Monday, 5 May 2014
Amina Sawok and Thabita Welse, are two of the girls that escaped from the Boko Haram clutch. Prompted by survival instincts they jumped out and ran into the bush when the truck the insurgents were using to transport them broke down.
According to their story, the insurgents came to their school late in the night dressed in army uniform and ordered them to assemble in the dinner hall, from where they loaded them into a truck.
My latest book. When a woman gets married, everyone expects her to get pregnant immediately. Whereby it doesn't happen the woman ...