Boko Haram extremists have released a video of a portion of the ladies stole after they assaulted a police guard in Borno State on June 21.

The extremists had apparently assaulted the guard passing on a carcass of a perished policewoman to Adamawa state for internment.

Yet, the Borno Police Command denied Shekau’s claim, saying there was no police lady in Boko Haram’s bondage.

Be that as it may, the slippery pioneer of the extremists, Abubakar Shekau, in a most recent video, said the snatched officers had moved toward becoming slaves.

Talking in the video, one Adam Gomdia said five of the ladies were open hirelings who were providers in their families.

Gomdia, who presented herself as a speaker at the Federal College of Fisheries, Baga said,”Today, here we are, everybody has seen us, our relatives have seen us, government, our adolescents have all observed us, this is not a lie, we have been snatched for 30 days.”

Another lady who talked in the video, Deborah Philipus said the radicals had been dealing with them since their kidnapping.

“We are thankful to you (Boko Haram). Be that as it may, the legislature of Nigeria ought not state we were not kidnapped, in fact we were snatched,” Philipus said.

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