Chibok girls: Many abductees dead, says journalist

Aisha Oyebode. a owner of a Bring Back Our Girls transformation speaks behind a ensign with photographs of blank girls to press for a recover of a remaining 112 Chibok schoolgirls during a burial in Lagos on Apr 13, 2018.Image copyright

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112 of a 276 Chibok schoolgirls who were abducted in 2014 are still missing

A Nigerian publisher with links to a Islamist organisation Boko Haram has claimed usually 15 out of a 112 blank Chibok girls are still alive.

The 276 schoolgirls were abducted by Boko Haram accurately 4 years ago. Many have given been released.

Ahmad Salkida pronounced he had negotiated for a girls’ recover on interest of a government, though several opportunities to have them liberated had been missed.

The Nigerian supervision pronounced there was no reason to consider some might be dead.

A orator told a BBC a supervision was still in discussions with Boko Haram to secure a recover of a 112 girls who sojourn missing.

Mr Salkida pronounced a administration of former President Goodluck Jonathan had asked him to negotiate for a recover of a Chibok schoolgirls dual weeks after they were abducted.

He pronounced he had organised for a restrained barter on 5 occasions, though delays from a afterwards supervision led to a relapse in negotiations.

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Mr Salkida would not exhibit a names of a remaining girls, saying that this was a shortcoming of a Nigerian government.

The abduction led to a tellurian cheer for their release.