OYOGist.com has learned that over 75 students of the Government Girls’ Secondary School who were abducted by the dreaded Boko Haram sect have been reportedly rescued.
According to report, the girls who were kidnapped during a raid by the insurgents at night, were rescued by a group of vigilante, local hunters and soldiers.
As fate would have it, after kidnapping the girls and putting them in tipper lorries, they got stuck in the bush while they were trying to crossover some muddy area.
Some of the girls were said to have jumped out of the lorry and ran for their lives.
Speaking on the incident, one of the rescued girl’s father said, his daughter told him that when they got stuck, the insurgents allowed those who jumped out escape and they did not shoot at them, adding that those who could not run either as a result of fear or wound are still with them in the bush. The girls who escaped were found in the bush by vigilante and local hunters.