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JOS, Nigeria (BP) -- The escape of a Chibok schoolgirl from Boko Haram is being exploited by the Nigerian government as an accomplishment in efforts to recover more than 200 girls still missing in the 2014 abduction, sources told Baptist Press.
The Nigerian government has used the escape of Amina Ali Nkeki to create photo opportunities for good publicity internationally, while skirting the ongoing tragedy that the government has not recovered any of the missing girls, Open Doors USA's advocacy director Kristin Wright told BP.
"It seems to be much more important to the Nigerian government to make good headlines around the world than it is to actually find the Chibok girls," Wright said. Read More