114 kidnapped Chibok girls are either died or married off

114 of the about 200 kidnapped Chibok girls might never return to their parents sources have revealed 

About 114 have either died, been married off, or become radicalised and don’t want to leave their Boko Haram kidnappers 

Only 83 will be negotiated for in next round of talks

Released Chibok girls

At least, 114 of the about 200 kidnapped Chibok girls might never return to their parents sources have revealed. According to report by CNN, about 114 have either died, been married off, or become radicalised and don’t want to leave their Boko Haram kidnappers.

Recall that 21 of the girls were recently released by their abductors as only 83 will be negotiated for when Nigerian government resumes talks today, Monday, October 17, 2016 for their release, CNN added.

According to CNN, two sources close to the negotiations disclosed that that Boko Haram received money as part of the deal. The sources did not disclose the amount.

But the federal government is yet to either confirm or deny reports that it paid money for the release of the 21 girls.

Meanwhile, the federal government has pleaded with Nigerians not to do things that will jeopardize the release of more Chibok girls that are still in captivity of Boko Haram Islamist insurgents.

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