Seven more girls out of the 100+ girls that were abducted from Government Girls Secondary School Chibok, Borno state on April 14th have escaped the Boko Harem den. According to the Borno State
Governor, Kashim Settima who revealed this during his Easter message to the state, the girls escaped
between Saturday night and Sunday evening and have reunited with their families. He said out of the 129 that were kidnapped, 52 have reunited with their families while 77 are yet to be found.
The Governor described the last one week as the most troubling of his tenure since he assumed office
“I have seen very serious moments since I became the Governor of Borno State in 2011 at a period of insurgent crisis. I have seen many innocent lives lost for no reason and I mourn every life lost with empathy and high sense of responsibility. But the last one week have been my worst days as a Governor and even the worst in my life. I am troubled as a father, as a leader and as a politician.
So much is being done by rescue teams. There is very high commitment on the part of the Federal, State and Chibok local government authorities in
working for the freedom of these innocent daughters of ours that are future leaders and mothers of future leaders” he said.