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Chibok girls to be kept in 'captivity' by FG, Nigerians react

Chibok girls to be kept in 'captivity' by FG, Nigerians react

- On May 7, 2017, 82 Chibok girls were released by Boko Haram in exchange for two of their prisoners

- The release of the girls generated a lot of reactions among Nigerians ranging from happiness to conspiracy theories

- The presidency has announced that the girls will be kept away from their parents and this has led to more reactions

Garba Shehu, the official spokesperson to President Muhammadu Buhari made some details known about the Chibok girls.

Many were not happy with the arrangements the federal government had made for the reuniting of the Chibok girls with their parents.

Below is one of the tweets:

Below are some of the reactions:

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Some of the freed 82 Chibok girls have bullet fragments on their bodies, the minister of women affairs and social development, Jummai Al-Hassan has said.

The minister in an interview with CNN said one of the girls was taken out of their hostel to remove shrapnel from her body.

“But behind their smiles and brightly coloured clothes lurk memories of their dark past. One of them was absent to remove shrapnel still embedded in her body," Alhassan said.

Meanwhile, the return of the Chibok girls has been a source of protests. Watch a NAIJ.com video covering one of the latest protests below:

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