PREMIUM TIMES has obtained the full list of the 82 Chibok girls freed by the Boko Haram on Saturday.
The girls were freed as part of a prisoner swap that also led to the release of some Boko Haram “suspects” by the Nigerian government.
On Sunday, the girls arrived Abuja where they met with President Muhammadu Buhari.
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