Militants “Boko Haram” showed video of kidnapped in 2014 Schoolgirls

Nigerian Islamist group Boko Haram published a video in which militants captured kidnapped in 2014, a schoolgirl from the city Cibot.

“We are addressing this message first, to their parents, so they know that their children are still in our hands, and secondly, the authorities of Nigeria, to those immediately released our brothers”, quotes Reuters the man behind the mask, behind which there are several dozen girls to wear headscarves.

The man in the video also claims that some of the kidnapped girls “with God” got married, some died in air raids. One of the girls in the video holding a baby.

In April 2014, the militants “Boko Haram” kidnapped 276 girls from a school in Chiboka. Some of them managed to escape, currently in hostages remain, presumably, 219 girls. In April 2016, the terrorists also released a video with the captured Schoolgirls. Then one of the leaders of the group said that the girls were converted to Islam, some of them identified parents.

Boko Haram, the radical Islamist organization, whose main goal is the introduction of Sharia law throughout Nigeria and the eradication of “Western lifestyle”. The organization also took responsibility for the attacks in Chad, Niger and Cameroon. In March 2015, the militants Boko Haram has sworn allegiance to the banned terrorist group “Islamic state”.