Thursday, 19 May 2016

Hunger, ill health, forced alleged Husband of rescued missing Chibok girl, Amina Nkeki, to surrender

Mohammed Hayatu, the husband of the Chibok girl, Amina Nkeki, who was rescued yesterday  reportedly surrendered himself, his wife and their baby to members of the Borno state Civilian Joint Task Force due to lack of food and poor health care.

According to Channels TV, Hayatu who is said to be one of the Boko Haram commanders also known as “Amir”, reportedly escaped with his wife, Amina and their baby from Sambisa forest and surrendered to some members of the Civilian Joint Task Force in Balle, a village in Damboa.

Hayatu told the vigilante group members that hunger and ill health forced him to surrender as they were starving to death following the blocking of Boko Haram's food supply routes by the military.

Ali Gwoza and Apagu Chibok are some of the vigilante members who identified Amina, when Hayatu surrendered.

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