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>> Returning from captivity the first of the Nigerian school girls kidnapped by Boko Haram more than two years ago. Meeting the President, teenager Amina spoke to Muhammadu Buhari carrying her four month old daughter in her arms accompanied by her mother Binta. Reuters Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani.>> It was emotional, but not in a sad way.
It was very emotional, but in a gentle way. She smiles, she smiles almost as if people were welcoming a new member of a family. And I think that moment was symbolic because every baby born in Nigeria, every baby is welcome irrespective of whether your father was Boko Haram, whether your mother had spent two years we welcome them.
>> Soldiers working with a civilian vigilante group found Amina on Tuesday near south of alongside a quote suspected Boko Haram terrorist called Muhammad who said he was Amina's husband. He's been detained.>>
> It's hoped Amina will be able to shed light on the fate of 218 other abducted Chibok girls.
The Nigerian Army determined to rescue them within weeks. The military is already moving into the Zambezi Forest, a Boko Haram stronghold. The pressure to bring back our girls now stronger than ever.