The story of the missing school girls in Chibok, Borno State looks promising as reports say 16 more of the abducted girls have been found alive near the Cameroon border forests.
The Borno State Commissioner for Education, Musa Inuwa Kubo, Friday says with the 16, it brings a total number of those re-united with their families to 30.
Before now, there’s been confusion over the release of the girls kidnapped in a secondary school in Chibok.
The Ministry of defence had put the number of those released at 121 but later retracted the claim Thursday.
Some Parents of the kidnapped school girls have joined in the search for their children while others contributed money to the local vigilante groups to help in their rescue.
It is not yet clear as to those responsible for the recent attacks but fingers point to the dreaded Boko Haram sect terrorising the North-Eastern states especially Borno; as the radical sect abhors Western Education.