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Boko Haram Insurgents reportedly call for truce to release Chibok girls

It was further reported that many months after the kidnapped of schoolgirls in Chibok, the insurgents are calling a peace talk to return the girls and save their lives.

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Nigerian insurgents widely known as Boko Haram are reportedly calling for a truce after a senior member revealed current state of kidnapped Chibok girls.

According to a report by The Times, members of the Boko Haram are looking at giving up on the fight as the Nigerian army are not only closing up with them but they have been losing members.

It was further reported that many months after the kidnapped of schoolgirls in Chibok, the insurgents are calling a peace talk to return the girls and save their lives.

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Amir Muhammad Abdullahi, a senior member of Boko Haram reportedly said, "We want to surrender because things are getting worse."

Continuing, the Boko Haram's reportedly second in command further said though no side was winning the battle, only a third of the kidnapped girls remained as the rest have been martyred.

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