‘I Was Defiled 15 Times by 15 Men Everyday’, Escapee Chibok Girl Narrates Her Shocking Ordeal In The Terrorist’s Den

Another Chibok school girl who escaped the Boko haram sect’s den after over 200 of the school girls were kidnapped on April 14 in Borno state has recounted her horrific experience.

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It was reported on June 4 that one of the escapee Chibok schoolgirls who were held hostage in Sambisa forest by the terrorists revealed what the camps was like.

The girl’s shocking ordeal in the hands of the insurgents was shared by a clergy and expert on counter-terrorism, Oladimeji Thompson, of The Omoluabi Network, who has been working with other groups to assist victims of the abduction overcome their pains.

He said: “One of the girls I interviewed was being raped 15 times by 15 men every day.” He said the girl was traumatised and confused.

“It’s obvious this girl needs to be managed. She looked confused. She found it hard to talk to me but after much prodding, she confessed to me that she was raped 15 times by 15 men throughout the time she was with the Islamic insurgents before she could escape from their den.

“A girl who has been raped by 15 men every day, you say you negotiate and gave her back and release a terrorist who will go out and kill more. What negotiators do is to say that they must not tell their stories, they blanket all the information. In a situation like this, it is the Boko Haram that wins more.”

Oladimeji Thompson, who however, declined to comment on if the girl is pregnant, probably in an attempt to protect the schoolgirl called on government not to negotiate with the terrorist group but explore every other option in rescuing the missing girls.

“The people who are talking about dialogue in the first place don’t understand that this thing is a merciless, unrelenting, non-negotiating monster. Those who have studied it globally and locally know that anybody who says negotiate is likely a mole that really belongs to the Boko Haram, pretending not to be part of them.

“If you look at the United States today, the reason it is a prosperous nation is because it refused to negotiate with the colonial powers that threatened it. Nigeria negotiated, look at where we are today. America stood by principle, look at where it is today. So, we are at a crossroads right now. If you claim to negotiate and make Boko Haram stronger, you have betrayed all the blood of thousands who have been slaughtered by these terrorists. If you negotiate, you are only prolonging the evil day, helping people who will eventually reach your own children.

The Omoluabi Network is working with other groups such as the Unlikely Heroes, a United States based trauma management specialists and the Gabasawa Women Initiative, a coalition of women across Northern Nigeria led by Kucheli Balami, to provide psychological and emotional support for the escaped girls and their grieving parents.

It was also reported on June 2, that the escaped Chibok school girls paid a visit to the Borno state Governor Kashim Shettima with the Governor Shettima promising to relocate the girls to safer schools in different states of the nation inorder for them to complete their studies.

The search for the missing school girls is still ongoing with countries like the United states of America, France helping in the rescue mission while it was reported on May 28, that President received a new video showing the abducted Chibok girls begging for their lives .

The secret negotiator, Dr Stephen Davis hired by President Jonathan to help with the rescue mission said some of the girls have fallen ill and need medical treatment.

Source: Punch Nigeria

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  • It must be said here and now that the time to negotiate with these angels of death known to be Boko-Haram is over. Negotiation should have come at the early stage of the agrieved Sect, when Mhammed their leader was captured before he was evetually silenced by interested parties within the Government at the time. Following the development from inception of the saga, one is quick to notice that there was a conspiracy theory emanating from certain part of the country by some elements that are bent on disrupting the peace of the country. It is worthy of note that a certain section of the country wanted to be in total control of power at all cost. The country is larger than any individual or group. The ruling class have at the same time brought the country to its present position of uncertainties and mess. Corruption, nepotism , assassinations, ethnicity and religious sentiments that have trailed the country has in no small way contributed and snowballed, transforming the nation to its present position of insecurity be-deviled by Boko-Haram. Boko-Haram have in no small way infiltrate or rather have moles within the government of President Goodluck Jonathan. The only solution now remaining is to seek help in flushing out the group and their agents as steps have been rightly put on the way by the government of Mr. President, through the assistance of Countries like the US, Britain, France, China and Germany presently in Nigeria should help rescue those captured Chybok girls. Before this ugly situation gets out of control certain lapses must be controlled and checked like Corruption, under-development, looting and stealing of public funds and that of the electorates votes by dubious politicians who are bent on hijacking power at all cost, god-fatherism, the issue of nepotism, insecurity must all be checked, for meaningful development to thrive and for investors to come into the country that has a fair and peaceful environment, etc. We must also be vigilant of our surroundings and notice any suspicious movements within us. The Boko-Haram group are individuals living among us harboured by some people living among us, these people are collaborators and enemies of the state. Nigeria has assumed the status of a failed state at a glance, simply because of some greedy few in government, these
    greedy few must be identified by any serious government that assumes power and that which is sincere in re-shaping the debris of a failed state. All culprits of the state must be brought to book and justice must prevail in other to atone the thousand of lives that have already been killed by the Boko-Haram group.

  • You See its painful to hear the federal government tell her citizen they are doing about it,let them put the adulbted kid parents in their shoes if it is mr president or chief senate in their sheos something would have happen I mean war please do something fast or may be my prayer will soon be come to pass,its time for revolution the people of our great country so Mr president boko haram,senate panel,house of rep,Atiku,Babangida,buhari,Ribadu and so on,so its time for revolution.

  • Negotiation? While they’re still busy destroyn lives n property through their bombing. This Bokoharam of a sect aren’t they in this country/planet? Although, politicians in d country are using this means as a campaign strategy. The APC have made it clear that they have solution to the manace only if they’re elected into power. Don’t u think something is FISHING…………

  • Ayodeji Johnson, you can say that again; thanks for that intelligent talk/comment up there.

    Thinking or talking about negotiating with Boko Haram is as good as negotiating with a naked, high tension electric wire or a very venomous beast like a viper!!! Both are incapable of reasoning because they have neither consciences nor human feelings. Boko Haram as a sect is made up of blood-thirsty, thick-skinned, immoral and barbaric people that are devoid of reason and who lack heart. What is the work of the government and the Nigerian Army? Have both the Nigerian government and army now agreed that Boko Haram is a stronger “force” than them and would now want to negotiate with the latter to take over the work of the army to protect our territory? This is a very terrible thing!

    Come to think of it; how big is Sambisa forest? Is it bigger than the whole of Borno state itself that locating Boko Haram’s hideout and freeing the abducted girls is seemingly proving abortive or has taken longer than is necessary? In my own judgment, those working for the monstrous sect in the force and government of Nigeria may have been the major reason the matter has become a riddle difficult to crack.
    Maybe the Nigerian Army should totally take their hands of the matter for the foreigners to handle since Boko Haram has infiltrated the government and the various forces of the nation. Yes, I strongly believe that, with God on our side, if the foreigners are given the chance to work, in no distant time, Boko Haram would become a thing of the past. Where are the likes of Saddam Hussein, Osama Bin Ladin, Mouamar Ghadaffi and the likes of them? They came, made noise and killed very many innocent people. But in the end, they too died ignobly because the innocent blood they shed cried out vengeance against them!! Boko Haram, it is your turn!!!!!!!!!!

  • Boko Haram is a set of wild animals in human skin. Wild animals may be better in this case because it is possible to tame them. Boko Haram cannot be tamed.
    Negotiating with them is like adding more feathers to their wings. They are evil and has defied everything godly.
    What the FGN should do is to put forces together to get a final solution to the insurgents. We do not have to deceive ourselves, not all the girls will return. Only some of them will come back, some of which might have been battered seriously. What makes us believe that some of them are not dead either out of fear, sickness, inhuman treatment or even murdered?
    Prayer has its place but we should work with faith. Action is what we need. Enough of talk talk.

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