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Arrested suicide bomber not Chibok girl – Report

Cameroonian authorities have identified the girl as Aissatou Musa and revealed that she has no relationship with the missing girls.

The kidnapped Chibok girls.
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Cameroonian authorities have identified the girl as Aissatou Musa and revealed that she has no relationship with the missing girls, The Nation reports.

According to the report:

“Available information as regards the acclaimed Chibok girl indicated as follows: Aissatou Musa, who claimed to be one of the Chibok girls, is the daughter of Musa Bladi and Fanta(mother) of Mandara ethnic group.”

“The second girl is Mamma Sali. She is the daughter of Sali Chetima and Hajiya Bintou of Kanuri tribe.”

“Both hailed from Bama and speak in Mandara, Hausa and Kanuri. They have never been to Western school, except Koranic schools. They have no relationship with the 219 Chibok girls.”

The girl and her older accomplice, Mamma Sali, are however yet to be handed over to the Nigerian government.

The Federal Government had earlier said that it would send some members of the Chibok community to Cameroon to verify whether the girl was indeed one of the abducted schoolgirls.

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