Rescued Chibok girls won't be going back to home town for school

Rescued Chibok girls won't be going back to home town for schoolThe rescued Chibok girls will not be going back to their rural home town to complete their schooling, Nigeria’s minister for women said on Tuesday. Speaking at a ceremony welcoming 82 newly rescued girls to a government rehabilitation facility in Abuja, Aisha Alhassan said all the girls will be heading back to class in September, without specifying where. There are a total of 106 rescued Chibok girls that were kidnapped by Boko Haram jihadists in 2014 who are receiving medical and psycho-social treatment at the Women Affairs Centre, located on the outskirts of the capital.



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