Touching Moment Escapee Chibok Girl Dances For Joy As She Watches Her Schoolmates On TV Reuniting With Their Families (vid)
This is the heartwarming moment Rebecca Ishaku, one of the 57 girls who initially escaped from Boko Haram captivity in 2014 dances for joy as she watches her school mates reuniting with their family.
In an interview with BBC, Ishaku said that she was very happy when she heard of the return of 21 girls.
“I was very happy; that day was a day of joy and happiness for me to have my friends back,” she said.
“At some point, I thought they would never come back… that maybe they have been killed by now, but I dreamt that they came back.”
Ishaku was among the students who were originally kidnapped in April 2014 but she managed to escape from their abductors after she jumped off a truck hours after the ordeal.
In the clip, she jumps and dances, and constantly points to the televesion, exclaiming "see them!"
Watch the touching video below
Rebecca Ishaku one of the 57 escapees was over the moon as she watched her classmates on TV. #NeverToBeForgotten #BringBackOurGirls pic.twitter.com/hMescjELzk— Aisha Yesufu (@AishaYesufu) October 19, 2016
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