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She ran through the bushes in the middle of the night, and made her way back home.
After that, she resolved never to return to school.
The likes of First Lady Michelle Obama, celebrity TV personality Ellen De Generes, and Pakistani education activist Malala Yousafzai carried signs marked #Bring Back Our Girls. S.-based Nigerian human rights lawyer collaborated with a couple in Nigeria to help bring some Chibok schoolgirls who had escaped from Boko Haram to the United States.
“Schooling is an incredibly high-risk activity in northern Nigeria,” Ogebe said, explaining that girls freed from Boko Haram captivity could face security risks, survivors’ guilt and discrimination from their community. The three Nigerian activists, who later formed Education Must Continue Initiative, helped them obtain U. visas so they could attend reputable private schools that offered scholarships for them.
Gelak describes them as young ladies with a “special grace, good nature and wit.” Lily, Lovely and Murna do not yet know what the future holds for them.
Only 57 of the girls had escaped, and they did so with no help from the Nigerian government.
Amnesty International estimates that Boko Haram has abducted more than 2,000 people, mostly women.
The group has formed an official alliance with the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS), calling itself the Islamic State West African province.
“Most had been stigmatized as a ‘Boko Haram’ wife, which further traumatized them,” Ogebe said. Initially they attended two different schools, with some of the girls on the West Coast, but now all are attending the same school in Virginia. “I know I said I would never go to school again but things have changed,” Lily said with a smile. ” The girls recently went back to class after a summer break that included trips to the White House, museum and a national tour with a church choir.
Lily was made fun of after her escape; leaving Nigeria offered her a chance to change the course of her life. Host families housed the girls during the summer vacation. She is a very good person.” Sambisa Forest, a 40,000 square-mile stretch of nature reserve in northeastern Nigeria, is believed to be Boko Haram’ main hide out .