The first and second batches of Chibok girls who got freed from the shackles of the deadly Boko Haram sect, have been reunited.
The Chibok girls are reunited
The first and second batches of the freed Chibok schoolgirls have been reunited by the Federal Government, Punch Metro reports.
21 of the abducted school girls were released by Boko Haram in October 2016 while another 82 regained their freedom two weeks ago.
Both batches of girls were freed by Boko Haram in a swap deal with the Federal Government.
The reunion took place on Saturday in Abuja where the girls have been kept by the government since their release.
The girls are part of the 276 girls abducted by the insurgents from Government Secondary School Chibok, Borno State in 2014.