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A report culled from Daily Trust Newspaper suggests that Aminat Ali Nkeki, the rescued Chibok Secondary School girl kidnapped by the Boko Haram, who is still breastfeeding her little 4 months old baby might be pregnant again, a doctor reportedly says.

A doctor from Chibok, Idriss Danladi, who has been treating beleaguered parents of the abducted girls, said she is pregnant again, report according to Daily Trust says.

Emotions ran high in Chibok yesterday as the first of 219 school girls abducted by Boko Haram insurgents over two years ago was brought to the village for identification.

Amina Ali was rescued on Tuesday night in Bale village at the edge of the Sambisa forest by a Chibok vigilante group which handed her over to the military.

The girls were seized by the insurgents from Government Girls Secondary School, Chibok, in Borno State in April 2014 as they stayed in school to write their final examinations. Since then no one had set sight on anyone of them.

Residents poured on to the streets as news spread that troops had brought one of the abducted girls to the village.

Some of those who saw the girl recognised her instantly and sent for her mother to come. On sighting each other mother and daughter ran into an emotional embrace. 

She was 17 when she was abducted, now she is 19, “married” to a Boko Haram fighter and carrying his four-month old child.

Her father died of trauma while she was in captivity. Six other parents also died of trauma.

“Amina, are you truly the one?  So, you are alive!” the mother, was quoted to have said.

The two cried for a while before Amina narrated her ordeal. Many of the residents also shed tears.

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