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Thursday, 30 April 2015

Behold! The Pictures of Freed Hostages Released by Nigeria Army
NUJE Europe can authoritatively report that some pictures of girls and women  rescued from Sambisa Forest are being released by the Nigeria Army headquarters.
 The freed hostages are currently undergoing screening while proper identification excercise are still ongoing.  NujeNews crew gathered that all the hostages are being treated clinically as part of the screening which involve psychological and medical support. Europe reported that while their counterpart Niger and Camerounian soldiers in joint operations were defeating Boko Haram insurgents in some remote part of the North-east borders, Nigeria army, in her daring and brazen millitary approaches, have been recording successes in the series of onslaught operations to thwart the Boko Haram base, signalling high hopes that more captives would be freed from the Sambisa Forest.

The Nigerian military has moved the 293 females they rescued two days ago from Sambisa Forest to the University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital where they are to undergo series of test including HIV and pregnancy test. According to a military source who spoke to Punch, 7 of the girls rescued had gunshot wounds and are being treated at the hospital. The 200 girls rescued are of between ages 13 and 18 years.
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Read Also: Nigeria Army Rescued Another Over 160 Hostages 

 Courtesy of NUJ Europe

Report by  By Lashley Oladigbolu

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