Boko Haram Leader Says He Got Engaged With 2 Chibok Girls

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Boko Haram Leader Says He Got Engaged With 2 Chibok Girls

Boko Haram kingpin Hassan Ali
reportedly arrested by Borno
State vigilantes said the he was
engaged to two of the
kidnapped Chibok girls.
According to Leadership, Ali was
discovered and detained on the
Damaturu-Maiduguri highway by
the Vigilante Group of Nigeria
(VGN) as he was trying to leave
Maiduguri for Benisheik.
It happened 3 weeks ago when
vigilantes mobilized groups to be
given permission to go to
Sambisa forest for the girls.
When they spotted Ali and asked
him to identify himself, the man
pretended to be dumb, but "it
was when he sensed death that
he later confessed that he was a
member of Boko Haram, and that
he was sent to come to
Maiduguri to buy yams worth
N200, 000. He said he had
finished his transaction and the
truck had since left for Sambisa."
When asked about the abducted
female students, Ali said they
were neither hurt nor molested,
fed well with canned food mostly.
The alleged Boko Haram leader
said that he, as Amir, was
engaged to 2 school girls
The vigilante, who narrated the
story, claimed he was among
those interviewing him and said
they handed Ali to Civilian-JTF
officials later.
Leadership correspondent
referred to numerous Civilian-JTF
members in state, who verified
the fact of the incident when
questioned, however nobody
could provide details on Ali's
location at the current moment.
Female students abducted by
Boko Haram group in Chibok,
Borno State, have been missing
for almost a month and a half. In
the video released by the sect
leader Abubakar Shekau, the
terrorist number claimed the
victims had been converted to
Islam and said he would sell
them at the market.
Some days ago, the Nigerian
military stated that they had
detected the whereabouts of the
girls, adding they won't "go with
force" in order not to hurt the
The rescue operation is currently
in process, according to the

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