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Friday, 20 May 2016

A young lady safeguarded by Nigerian troops from Boko Haram aggressors does not have all the earmarks of being one of the young ladies stole in 2014 from a school in the town of Chibok, as was at first reported, a dissident said Friday.

Serah Luka, who was safeguarded Thursday, attended the school, yet wasn't kidnapped in the meantime as the 276 taken from the school on April 14, 2014, as per Bukky Shonibare of the #BringBackOurGirls crusade.

"Be that as it may, the same way we celebrate over the arrival of the Chibok young lady, so additionally is our bliss over this one," Shonibare said.

A Nigerian armed force officer said Thursday that Luka was a piece of the mass kidnapping. On Friday, Army Brig. General Abubakar Rabe declined to address whether Luka was a piece of that snatching.

"We shouldn't concentrate on whether she is one of the Chibok young ladies or not," Rabe said. "The critical thing is that we are seeking after Boko Haram and safeguarding people every day. We ought to be permitted to be focus on protecting other individuals in our operations."

Saved Nigerian schoolgirl not one of the Chibok missing


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