Leah Sharibu, Alice, are living fine in the hand of Boko Haram near Lake chard - Aides worker free by By Boko Haram Say

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Plateau State born aid worker, Miss Jennifer Ukambong, who was released on Thursday after she was abducted by the insurgency almost one ago has said that Leah Sharibu is somewhere close to Lake Chad.

Miss Ukambong who is now 22-year-old and nurse was on Saturday reunite with her families in Jos Plateau State after been held close to a month by Boko Haram.

Their was a "midst celebration by parents, well-wishers and some fellow nurses who gathered at her residence  in Bukuru, Ukambong  also said although the terrorists were ruthlessness, they were somehow kind to her and her fellow abductees", Punch report

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Ukambong said, “They ( Boko Haram)  told us it was against the Qur’an to forcefully touch a woman not legally married to you.

“They, however, tried to prepare our minds to expect such should they decide to keep us as slaves.

“According to them, the Qur’an gives them the right to such privileges when they take a hostage as slave.”

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 Ukambong also said  Mrs Alice Ngaddah, Miss Grace Taku and Leah Sharibu who were abducted at various times by the terrorists were  all “doing fine in the forest.”

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