These are the names of 82 newly released girls

They were released after negotiations with Boko Haram and are the second batch to be freed by the sect.

President Buhari addressing the 82 released Chibok girls before leaving for his medical trip.

The girls were among more than 200 students who were abducted from Chibok, Borno state in April 2014.

The sect had released 21 of the girls in October 2016.  Find the full list of 82 girls below:

1. Kwatah Simon

2. Grace Dauda

3. Jummai Paul

4. Tabita Pogo

5. Yanke Shetima

6. Jummai Miutah

7. Juliana Yakubu

8. Mary Yakubu

9. Rulh Kolo

10. Mairama Yahaya

11. Racheal Nkeke

12. Fibi Haruna

13. Asabe Manu

14. Eslher Usman

15. Filo Dauda

16. Awa Ababa

17. Lydia Joshua

18. Na Oni Bitrus

19. Marlha James

20. Palmata Musa

21. Aisha Ezekiel

22. Mwada Baba

23. Hannatu Ishaku

24. Mwa Daniel

25. Rifkafu Soliman

26. Maryamu Yakubu

27. Rebecca Joseph

28. Ladi Audu

29. Amina Pagu

30. Sarah Nkeki

31. Esther Joshua

32. Saraya Yanga

33. Ruth Amos

34. Hauwa Musa

35. Hauwa Ishaya

36. Glory Aji

37. Mary Ali

38. Rahilla Bitrus

39. Luggwa Mutah

40. Lataba Maman

41. Lydia Habila

42. Deborah Peter

43. Naomi Yaga

44. Kwajigu Haman

45. Lugguwa Samuel

46.Maryamu Lawan

47.Tabita Hellapa

48. Ruth Ishaku

49. Maryamu Musa

50. Magaret Yama

51. Kauna Lalai

52. Solomi Tacitus

53. Naomi Yahona

54. Maimuna Usman

55. Grace Paul

56. Hauwa Ntakai

57. Yana Joshua

58. Comfort Bulus

59. Ramatu Yaga

60. Rhoda Peter

61. Naomi luka

62. Naomi Adamu

63. Iyatu Habila

64. Victoria wullgam

65. Ladi Ibrahim

66. Christiana Ali

67. Hanatu Stephen

68. Patina Fagbi

69. Martha James Bello

70. Tabita Silas

71. Yana Bukar

72. Abigail Bukar

73. Hadiza Yakubu

74. Naomi Zakariya

75. Maryamu wavi

76. Amina Bilama

77. Asabe Lawan

78. Mary Dauda

79. Maryamu Bilama

80. Naomi Filiman

81. Saratu Ayuba

82. Awa Yirma

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