Boko Haram willing to Negotiate Release of Chibok Girls to Avoid Execution

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According to the Times, the terrorist sect known as Boko Haram are willing to negotiate with the Nigerian government for their surrender and the release of the Chibok girls in a bid to escape execution.

The girls (over 200) were abducted from Chibok over two years ago. Subsequently, 57 of them escaped and more recently 2 more have been found and returned home.

The times also reports that according to the sect, only a third of the girls are still alive as the others have be ‘Martyred’

Reportedly a senior member of the sect, Amir Muhammad Abdullahi said “We want to surrender because things are getting worse,” He said

Abdullahi, who is reportedly Boko Haram’s second in command also said that no side was winning the battle and that only a third of the girls remained as “the rest have been martyred”.

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