REVEALED: See What Released Aid Worker, Jennifer Ukambong Samuel Said About Leah Sharibu Current Condition in Boko Haram’s Captivity
An aid worker from Plateau State, Miss Jennifer Ukambong, who was released on Thursday after staying nearly one month in Boko Haram captivity, said Leah Sharibu is somewhere close to Lake Chad
Leah Sharibu was kidnapped from the Government Science Secondary School, Dapchi, Yunusari Local Government Area of Yobe State, on February 19, 2018.
The 22-year-old nurse who returned to Jos on Saturday amidst celebration by parents, well-wishers and fellow nurses who gathered at her residence in Bukuru, Ukambong also said although the terrorists were ruthlessness, they were somehow kind to her and her fellow abductees.
Ukambong said, “They ( Boko Haram) told us it was against the Qur’an to forcefully touch a woman not legally married to you.
“They, however, tried to prepare our minds to expect such should they decide to keep us as slaves.
“According to them, the Qur’an gives them the right to such privileges when they take a hostage as slave.”
Ngaddah, a United Nations Children’s Fund medical worker, was abducted in 2018 by Boko Haram in Rann community in Borno State.