The 21 Chibok girls who were recently released by terrorist group, Boko Haram finally arrived Abuja on Sunday, reuniting with their parents after 900 days.
Bulama Modu Lawal, the Vice Principal of GSS Chibok, from where the girls were taken more than two years ago, expressed appreciation to the federal and Borno State governments for their unrelenting efforts that led to the return of the girls to their parents.
He said the face of each of the 21 freed girls flickered on his mind as the Chibok Local Council chairman read out their names to him immediately after the news broke out.
“I became emotional when I heard their names and their faces came to my mind. They were my students,” he said.
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