BBOG Releases Names of 112 Chibok Schoolgirls Still Held Captive

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BBOG Releases Names of 112 Chibok Schoolgirls Still Held Captive
Women attend a demonstration calling on the government to rescue the kidnapped schoolgirls of the Chibok secondary school, in Abuja, Nigeria, Tuesday, May 13, 2014. A Nigerian government official said "all options are open" in efforts to rescue almost 300 abducted schoolgirls from their captors as US reconnaissance aircraft started flying over this West African country in a search effort. Boko Haram, the militant group that kidnapped the girls last month from a school in Borno state, had released a video yesterday purporting to show some of the girls. A civic leader said representatives of the missing girls' families were set to view the video as a group later today to see if some of the girls can be identified. (AP Photo / Sunday Alamba)
Obiajulu Joel Nwolu

The Bring Back Our Girls movement has released a list bearing the names of all the girls still held captive by the terror group, Boko Haram after their kidnap on April 14, 2014.

The list was released by the Lagos chapter of BBOG during a sit-out in Ikoyi to mark the seventh anniversary of the kidnap, Punch reports.

Lear Sharibu along with 275 other girls were abducted from their school while preparing for final year examinations.

After seven years, 164 were said to have regained freedom.

The names are listed below:

  1. Aisha Lawan
  2. Hauwa Mutah
  3. Falta Lawan
  4. Hajara Isa
  5. Kabu Mala
  6. Maryam Abba
  7. Hannatu Musa
  8. Laraba John
  9. Deborah Nuhu
  10. Saratu Dauda
  11. Aisha Grema
  12. Asabe Ali
  13. Margret Shettima
  14. Yana Yidau
  15. Hauwa Kwakwi
  16. Hauwa Musa
  17. Saraya Musa
  18. Hauwa Joseph
  19. Yana Pogu
  20. Jinkal Yama
  21. Eli Ibrahim
  22. Rifkatu Yakubu
  23. Hannatu Nuhu
  24. Maryamu Abubakar
  25. Hamsatu Abubakar
  26. Deborah Abbas
  27. Rhoda Haruna
  28. Hauwa Wuleh
  29. Hauwa Nkeki
  30. Christiana Yusuf
  31. Raklya Kwamta
  32. Christiana Yusuf
  33. Halima Gambo
  34. Rhoda John
  35. Hassana Adamu
  36. Ruth Ngiladar
  37. Safiya Abdu
  38. Serah Luka
  39. Aishatu Musa
  40. Hauwa Peter
  41. Ruth Bitrus
  42. Hanatu Ishaku
  43. Mary Amos
  44. Victoria Dauda
  45. Saratu Thuji
  46. Mary Dauda
  47. Saratu Iliya
  48. Halima Ali
  49. Bilkisu Abdullahi
  50. Rebecca Ibrahim
  51. Zainab Yaga
  52. Awa Ali
  53. Hanatu Madu
  54. Sarah Samuel
  55. Mary Nkeki
  56. Hauwa Isuwa
  57. Godiya Bitrus
  58. Awa Sasa
  59. Hauwa Balte
  60. Glory Yaga
  61. Mary Paul
  62. Ladi Paul
  63. Ruth Lawan
  64. Laraba Mallum
  65. Ruth Wavi
  66. Rahila Yohanna
  67. Ihyi Abudu
  68. Lydia Simon
  69. Zara Ishaku
  70. Rejoice Sanki
  71. Deborah Abari
  72. Sikta Abudu
  73. Saraya Ali
  74. Maryamu Lawan
  75. Esther John
  76. Ladi Joel
  77. Lydia Emmar
  78. Rose Daniel
  79. Hauwa Abdu
  80. Laraba Paul
  81. Esther Ayuba
  82. Mary Dauda
  83. Margret Watsal
  84. Miriam Jafaru
  85. Kuma Solomon
  86. Agnes Dauda
  87. Mary Dama
  88. Patience Jacob
  89. Tabi Thomas
  90. Hauwa Tella
  91. Maryamu Yahaya
  92. Saraya Stover
  93. Jummal Aboku
  94. Elizabeth Job
  95. Suzana Yakubu
  96. Mary Sule
  97. Saratu Thauji
  98. Ladi Wadal
  99. Yayi Abana
  100. Kwamta Kabu
  101. Grace Amadu
  102. Saraya Paul
  103. Esther Markus
  104. Rifatu Amos
  105. Nguba Bura
  106. Monica Enoch
  107. Sarah Enoch
  108. Rifkatu Galang
  109. Dorcas Yakubu
  110. Deborah Solomon
  111. Solomon Pona
  112. Saraya Amos

This post was written by Obiajulu Joel Nwolu.

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