FG told Chibok girls not to share BH Experience with parents-Relative

One of the relatives of a rescued Chibok girl Peter Joseph has claimed that the Federal Government has barred the girls from telling their experiences in Boko Haram captivity.
 Joseph made this known during a programme on Al Jazeera titled, "The Stream".

 He claimed his niece was one of the 21 school girls rescued in October 2016 while his sister is still in Boko Haram captivity.
 Joseph disclosed that, for over 6 months since their rescue, the school girls had not been united with their families.
 Headded that in December 2016, the girls were allowed to return to Chibok but were kept in a government facility where their parents visited them, like its being done to children in boarding schools on visiting day.
 He said the girls were not allowed to go to their parents homes.

 "Nobody is allowed to see them. So, it's like another imprisonment, but this one has to do with the government.
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