The Army has rescued a woman held captive by Boko Haram since 2014.
Nigerian Army troops have rescued a woman who has been held captive by Boko Haram, an Islamist militant group, since 2014.
This was revealed in a series of tweets by Zagazola Makama, a Lake Chad-based counter-insurgency expert and security analyst.
The woman was rescued by Nigerian Army troops during operations to clear the Bama area of Borno State of terrorists, according to Zagazola. He also revealed that she was rescued with 42 other kidnapped victims, including women, children, and an elderly person.
See the following tweet:
Mrs Shetu Bamai Sangayama, he claims, was kidnapped in 2014 along with her four children.
Mr Bamai Sangayama took to Facebook two years later, in 2016, to inform the world about his missing wife and children, praying and hoping for their miraculous and safe return.