Nigeria's Chibok girls, once kidnapped by Islamist group Boko Haram, now celebrating their freedom. 106 of them have been staying in a government-owned facility, where they've received psychological and medical care. They'll finally join their families after sitting down to a so-called send-forth dinner, hosted by Nigeria's Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development.
The organization hopes the girls will soon be joined by the 48 remaining captives.>> Negotiations are still on, still going on very seriously. The government had never relented in the negotiations since the release of the 82 in May. The government is continuing and we see light at the end of tunnel by the grace of God.
And very soon, by God's grace we'll have our daughters, the remaining daughters, back.>> 270 girls were kidnapped by Boko Haram in 2014. 82 were freed in May after mediation by the government. And another 24 were released or found last year. Boko Haram's seven year insurgency has spread fear across the country.
The militant group has killed over 15,000 people and displaced at least 2 million others in a bid to create an Islamic caliphate in northeastern Nigeria