- Boko Haram terrorists released a video of some Chibok girls still in captive
- One of the girls, identified as Maida Yakubu reveal reasons the girls prefer living with the terrorists
- The girl gave reasons why she prefer to support the terrorists
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A video has emerged of alleged Chibok girls holding AK 47 riffles while professing love and support for the captors, the Boko Haram terrorists.
This video released by Boko Haram leader, Abubakar Shekau, is coming less than a week after the Nigerian government swapped about five Boko Haram commanders to secure the release of 82 Chibok girls.
In the video, one of the girls, who spoke Hausa, was asked to introduced herself and she identified herself as Maida yakubu.
She said: "My name is Maida Yakubu from Chibok town. My mother's name is Esther and my father's name is Yakubu."
Maida also said she was a student of GSS in Chibok town.
The girl said she won't be returning to her parents because of these three reasons:
1. She said her reason for being here is that she doesn’t want to stay in the town of the infidels
2. She said whether people want or not, what Allah said will happen must surely happen and urge people to follow the Qur’an and Hadith and not the Nigerian constitution
3. She said she and the terrorists are under Allah's protection and that Allah guides can’t be misled and that everyone should turn to Allah urging the government to tread softly.
Watch the girls' video below:
Meanwhile, the Boko Haram commanders released another video of the five commanders recently swapped by the federal government for 82 Chibok girls.
In the video, the terrorists threaten the Nigerian government and vow to bomb Abuja, the federal capital soon.
The spokesman in the video, Shuaibu Moni, said the group has no dialogue with the government, only war and the government should be ready.
Watch this NAIJ.com video of people protesting the abduction of Chibok girls: