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Presidency: Suspected Chibok bomber being treated in Cameroon

Cameroonian health and security officials yesterday started the treatment of an arrested suicide bomber who claimed to be one of the 219 missing Chibok schoolgirls…

Cameroonian health and security officials yesterday started the treatment of an arrested suicide bomber who claimed to be one of the 219 missing Chibok schoolgirls from Nigeria.
The Senior Special Assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on Media and Publicity, Mallam Garba Shehu, made this known in a statement last night.
The presidential spokesman said the girl was found to be heavily drugged and bore several injuries on her body.
He said The girl’s health condition had delayed her movement to the far north regional capital of Cameroon, Maroua as earlier planned.
Shehu said pictures of the arrested suspected bomber obtained by Nigerian officials indicated that she was likely a minor aged between nine and 12 years.
He said the girl’s accomplice was about 30 years or more, adding that both spoke only in Kanuri language.
“Considering the well-known guidelines regarding the publication of photography of minors, we have decided to forward the pictures of the suspected bomber to the Murtala Mohammed Foundation for verification by interested Chibok community stakeholders”, Shehu stated.
He said the Ministry of Women Affairs, the Nigerian High Commission in Cameroon and other government agencies would continue to work together with other stakeholders to verify all the issues.

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