A group photo obtained by a Nigerian Public Affairs analyst on Twitter, shows the 21 newly rescued Chibok girls looking all cleaned up, in a group picture with Senator Ali Ndume in Abuja. This is only three days after they were released by Boko Haram group.

 

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  1. I hope the government will quicken plans to fully rehabilitate them back to the society.

    What about the SSCE exam they’re unable to complete before their abduction? Is there plans to make sure they’re not stigmatised?

    All these need answers.

    Wish them a save return.

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