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Soldiers have found one of the girls kidnapped by Boko Haram from a boarding school in Chibok town, her uncle
said Wednesday, describing her as pregnant and traumatized but otherwise fine.
Senior officers commanding the counter-insurgency against Boko Haram then handed her over to the care of Shettima at the state government headquarters. "The military is already moving into the forest".
One of 219 schoolgirls kidnapped in Chibok in northeast Nigeria in April 2014, Amina Ali is the first to be recovered safe and sound.
"From now on, I shall call out any media that writes or says "her Boko Haram husband" for that predator that violated #AminaAli".
The 19-year-old, now a breastfeeding mother of a four-month-old baby, was rescued in Kulakaisa village at the fringes of Sambisa forest, by a Chibok vigilante group, popularly known as the Civilian Joint Task Force.
"Having seen Amina grow up and get to the age she was and Amina being snatched away from her, she (Binta) was heartbroken and devastated", it added.
Some managed to escape within hours, mostly by jumping off the lorries and running off into roadside bushes.
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has met with Amina Ali Nkek, the first Chibok girl rescued by security operatives in Sambisa forest .
Ali Gwoza and Apagu Chibok are some of the vigilante members, who identified Amina, when her captor gave himself up.
"It is a proof that the girls are alive and we urge the government to do its best in rescuing them alive so they could be reunited with their loved ones".
The Nigerian military aided by its neighbours, has recaptured most territory once lost to Boko Haram but the group still regularly stages suicide bombings.
Nigeria's government said it was studying a "proof of life" video showing 15 of the more than 200 schoolgirls abducted by Boko Haram, as parents and their supporters marked the second anniversary of the kidnapping.
Ryan Cummings, director of the Johannesburg-based security firm Signal Risk, said: "The narrative presented is that the #ChibokGirls are a prized commodity by Boko Haram [and] yet the hostage [was found] wandering in Sambisa [which] suggests otherwise".