The Federal Government has reunited the 82 freed Chibok girls with their parent’s weeks after they regained freedom from their captors.
The reunion took place at the Department of State Services facility in Abuja where the girls have been kept since they were brought to the nation’s capital a day after their release.
Some of the parents who cannot hold themselves in disbelief, some shed tears of joy, and some gathered together in prayers while weeping.
Before meeting their parents, the girls reunited with 21 of their colleagues who were released in October 2016 following successful negotiations between the government and Boko Haram.
Over 100 of the girls are, however, still in Boko Haram captivity.