Nigerian girls

 Nigeria’s 110 girls have disappeared after an attack by suspected members of the Boko Haram terrorist group on a girls’ school in the northeast of the country, official sources said.
 (Reuters) – 110 girls have disappeared after an attack by suspected Boko Haram terrorist groups on a school in the north-east of the country to add to the criminal record, 270 schoolgirls from Chippock in 2014.
Boko Haram’s operations have killed more than 20,000 people and forced 2 million people to leave their homes in a violent insurgency that began in 2009.
“Boko Haram” means “Hausa”, which is commonly used in northern Nigeria. “Western education is forbidden.”
Nigerian President Mohamed Bukhari described the disappearance of the girls after the attack on Monday in the town of Dabchi in the state of Yobe as a “national disaster.”
On Monday, the terrorists launched an attack on the town of Dabchi and stormed a girls’ school, prompting hundreds of students to flee. Some of the attackers wore camouflage uniforms. Witnesses said several girls thought they were soldiers.
“The Federal Government confirms that the fate of 110 students from the Science and Technical College in Dabchi, Yobe, is not yet known after rebels believed to be from the Boko Haram faction attacked their school on Monday,” the Nigerian Ministry of Information said in a statement.
For its part, the Nigerian Air Force said on Sunday that the Chief of Staff of the Air Force in this country ordered the sending of additional air forces and members of the Nigerian air force immediately to the north-east of Nigeria to carry out day and night searches for girls disappeared.

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