Another abducted Chibok secondary school girl has been rescued by troops from the Boko Haram enclave on the fringe of the Sambisa forest, barely two days after the rescue of the first of the abducted girls.
Spokesman of the army, Colonel Sani Usman, who broke the news on Thursday night, said the girl whose name is Sarah Luka, is among the 98 women and children liberated by troops and vigilante during a clearance operation at Shetimma Aboh Hong, and Biladili, in the Damboa Local Government Area of Borno State.
The army spokesman said the girl told troops who rescued her that three other Chibok girls escaped from the enclave at Shetimma Aboh area, during the battle.
He said the girl who was the daughter of Pastor Luka who resides in Chibok, and was a junior secondary school one student when the terrorists abducted over 200 students from the Chibok school in 2014.
The army spokesman said 38 of the Boko Haram fighters were killed in the clearance operation, and arms and ammunition capturedPlease subscribe to our newsletter