PHOTO NEWS: Rescued Chibok girls reunite with parents

Rescued Chibok girls reunite with parents

The 82 rescued Chibok girls recently released by the terrorist sect, Boko Haram, on Saturday reunited with their parents in Abuja.

The girls remain in the custody of the government. Their parents travelled from their communities in Borno State to Abuja.

See some of the photos released by the Office of Minister of Information and Culture.

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