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Breaking News: Dapchi girl, Leah Sharibu on way home - BBC

ITREALMS:
The only surviving Christian girl among the abducted Dapchi Girls, Leah Sharibu, may have been released on Saturday and is on her way home, ITRealms reports.

According to a report monitored by ITRealms on BBC Hausa service, Saturday evening, Leah Sharib, who has been the only member of the Christian religion Boko Haram terrorist group refused to release, but dismissed her counterparts in a controversial scam, may have regained her freedom.

As said by BBC.com, “Her father, Shades Nathan, was assured that his daughter was on her way to Dapchi on Saturday to meet with her family.”

ITRealms recalls that on Wednesday, March 21, some 106 girls and one man were released; but Leah Sharibu was refused due to her acceptance to the Christian faith.

The incident has led to Boko Haram so far attracting huge condemnation across the country, including from Muslims who insisted that Islam does not approve of harassment or involvement.

Since Wednesday, concerned Nigerians have since started a campaign with hashtag "‘#Let's Pray for Leah Sharibu’ ... who is held captive because of her faith in Christ."

ITRealms gathered exclusively that since last Wednesday, there have been series of prayer sessions dedicated to Leah Sharibu and her family at this time, especially for her immediate release and in addition, through the intervention of Jesus Christ among all the Saints.

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