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Troops rescue Chibok girl after 10 years in captivity

Troops rescue Chibok girl after 10 years in captivity Published By: Paul Dada

The Nigerian Army says its troops  deployed to the North-East have rescued Lydia Simon one of  the students of Chibok Secondary School, kidnapped on April 14, 2014.

The Army said this in a statement on Friday released by  the Department of Army Public Relations. The statement said:
“Lydia, who was on serial number 68 among the abducted missing Chibok Secondary School girls, was rescued along with her three children by troops conducting Operation Desert Sanity III, around Ngoshe in Gwoza Local Government Area of Borno State. Lydia was five months pregnant at the time of her rescue and claimed to be from Pemi Town in Chibok,”

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The statement also said  troops  successfully ambushed and killed three terrorists in Tse Kpese Community in Zaki Biam Local Government of Benue State. They recovered from the terrorists  three AK-47 rifles and four magazines in the operation.

 

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