83 Chibok young ladies to be liberated soon

Previously Released 21 Girls During Thanksgiving

A group of Boko Haram which a week ago liberated 21 of more than 219 Chibok young ladies captured in April 2014 will arrange the arrival of 83 a greater amount of the young ladies, President Muhammadu Buhari's representative said.

A while after one of the young ladies was found, a group of the activist gathering discharged 21 of the young ladies on Thursday. The Red Cross and the Swiss government handled the arrangement.

They were brought from the northeastern city of Maiduguri to the capital Abuja to meet state authorities. "These 21 discharged young ladies should be busybodies to tell the Nigerian government that this group of Boko Haram has 83 more Chibok young ladies," Garba Shehu, representative for President Muhammadu Buhari, told the Thomson Reuters Foundation by telephone.

"The group said it is prepared to arrange if the legislature will take a seat with them," said Shehu, including that the state is set up to consult with the branch of Boko Haram. The Islamic State-unified chip bunch said whatever remains of the hijacked Chibok young ladies were with the piece of Boko Haram under the control of nonentity Abubakar Shekau, as indicated by Shehu.

Boko Haram has obviously part with a major gathering moving far from Shekau over his inability to hold fast to direction from the Iraq-and Syria-based Islamic State, which in August named Musab al-Barnawi as its new pioneer for West Africa.

In any case, that arrangement was later rejected in a 10-minute sound clasp via web-based networking media by a man indicating to be Shekau, uncovering divisions inside the jihadist gather that has tormented Nigeria and neighbors Chad, Niger and Cameroon.

Information Minister Lai Mohammed on Thursday denied reports that the state had swapped caught Boko Haram warriors for their discharge and said he didn't know whether any payoff had been paid.

He said a Nigerian army operation against Boko Haram would proceed. As of late, the Nigerian army has been completing a hostile in the Sambisa forest, a fortress of Boko Haram.

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