NSCDC nabs two teenagers in Borno including a 15-year-old pregnant ex-wife of a Boko Haram commander
Agents of the Borno State Command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps, NSCDC, on Tuesday caught two high school young ladies, including an ex of the factional pioneer of the feared Boko Haram order, Mamman Nur.
State commandant of the corps, Ibrahim Abdu, while parading the young ladies at a press preparation in Maiduguri, said they were suspected to have been carried from Sambisa timberland into the town do suicide assaults.
Abdu uncovered that one of the young ladies, a 15-year-old Fatima Kabir, admitted to being a
previous spouse to Mamman Nur and that therapeutic test demonstrated that she is conveying a four-month pregnancy.
The other adolescent, 14-year-old Amina Salisu, has similarly conceded hitched to two seperate Boko Haram individuals in Sambisa timberland, he included.
The commandant additionally uncovered that the young ladies were discovered standing around at the prevalent Kano Motor Park in Maiduguri city and that upon broad cross examination, they admitted to being sneaked in into Maiduguri for conceivable suicide assaults. After legitimate examination, the charge would hand them over to the proper specialist for next line of activity.
Nonetheless, in a different meeting with writers, the young ladies denied that they were on any suicide mission, saying they got away from the Boko Haram camp in Sambisa and surrendered to the troops in Bita town, Gwoza nearby government territory of Borno state.
Fatima guaranteed that she hailed from Gwoza town and was snatched by the extremists and taken to Sambisa three years prior.
"I am an indigene of Gwoza town. One day Boko Haram raged our town, killed many individuals and grabbed me. From that point forward, I have been living in the backwoods and wedded with some Boko administrator. I was worn out on that alarming life so one day I settled escaping which I succeeded. As I was running, I saw group of military men and immediately hurried to them and portrayed my experience", Fatima said.
"They took me to their associates in Gwoza, who thusly passed on me to Kano engine stop in Maiduguri and gave me the aggregate of N3,000 and say I ought to utilize it for nourishment and transport to search for my folks in one of the IDP camps. So while remaining there till night, stranded with no place to go, a few agents of the common protection secured us and took us here."
Amina, who said she was hitched to two radicals that later surrendered her and fled Sambisa, likewise substantiated Fatima's portrayals, saying she hailed from Gulak town in Adamawa State however was stole and taken to Sambisa two years back.