“With the help of God we were able to come out of bondage” said Chibok girls who broke away from Boko Haram captivity

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Chibok girls recently escaping terror group Boko Haram’s captivity say they are overwhelmed with praise and thankfulness towards God. Families celebrated the return of the girls, as they recently found freedom from the clutches of the terror group. Their return was celebrated with joyful songs of praise and worship.

Chibok girls freed by Boko Haram

21 Chibok girls were able to escape, as two years ago more than 200 schoolgirls were abducted in Chibok, Nigeria. “Praise the Lord! We are thankful, we never imagined we would see this day. But with the help of God we were able to come out of bondage,” exclaimed Helen Musa, one of the 21 girls freed recently.

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Moreover, Ruth Markus mother of another freed girl, Saratu Markus said: “I felt like it was the day that I born her into this world. I danced and danced and danced.”

In April 2014, the terror group Boko Haram militants kidnapped as many as 276 girls from their boarding school in Chibok. The girls when left the Boko Haram camp, walked for two days in the forest prior to arriving in a border town are were able to contact Nigerian officials.

One of the girls who arrived back to their homes, recalled her ordeal and said that after their abduction the militants took them to their camp. She said that the militants hurled two clear offers at them saying either they may join the militants or else they may become their slaves.

One of the girls who arrived back to their homes, recalled her ordeal and said that after their abduction the militants took them to their camp. She said that the militants hurled two clear offers at them saying either they may join the militants or else they may become their slaves.