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Saturday, 24 February 2018

Yobe School Attack: My Emotional Escape - Student

My dramatic escape student
My dramatic escape student

A 15-year-old understudy of the Government Girls Secondary School in Dapchi, Yobe State, has uncovered how she barely avoided being snatched by the Boko Haram psychological militants that raged their school on Monday. 

In a talk with TheNation, Amina Mallam Usman stated: “When Boko Haram came to our school, we thought they were soldiers because they dressed like soldiers. We ran, and then one of them called us. One of them asked me to come to the car.

I got close to the car, and then one of them started laughing at me. I moved closer to them, thinking they were soldiers. “I soon realized that they were not soldiers. As I made to run away, one of them tried to grab me. I dodged him but he got my hijab. 

I quickly removed my hijab and left him with it and ran away. I thought I was dead. They entered our hostel again, but some of us ran into the bush. I ran up to five kilometres and hid in one Fulani settlement called Miligia."

Asked what number of understudies she found in the trespassers' vehicles, Amina stated:  “There were many students in the vehicles.. They were up to 50 that were in the vehicles.” 

She said she felt like the heavenly attendants should take her spirit the minute she understood the men were Boko Haram psychological oppressors. She isn't mentally arranged to come back to the Dapchi school.

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