French Family Held In Northern Nigeria Return Safely To France

French Family Held In Northern Nigeria Return Safely To France

The French family, father, mother, their four kids and father's brother, who were abducted in Cameroon on February 19th 2013 by Islamist militants and brought to Nigeria, have returned safely to France.

They were welcomed by their family members and the President of France.

Also read: Abducted French Tourists Released

The Moulin-Fournier family, who were based in Cameroon, were kidnapped while visiting a national park in the northern part of the country. A few days later, they were taken to northern Nigeria where they were held by members of Boko Haram who asked Cameroon to free detained members of their group before they free the abducted family. The French family returned to their country on Saturday April 20th. No word yet on how they were released.

 

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