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Dapchi Girls Regain Freedom

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Reports Reaching LEADERSHIP says  Boko Haram today returned 105 girls kidnapped from a high school compound in Dapchi a few weeks ago.

The Dapchi girls have just been released to patents and community leaders.

According to a monitored report by a news station (TVC, reporters were stopped from entering Dapchi town.

The report noted that Boko Haram drove into the community themselves and dropped the girls.

The report also indicates that six vans drove the girls into the areas even as  Security agencies were said to be there but they didn’t allow journalists access to the community

The Boko Haram insurgents reportedly dropped the girls and drove off.

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