Seven out of the 317 school girls bandits abducted at Government Girls Science Secondary School, Jangebe have escaped, and already home and dry. More are coming, according to sources.
A source Jangebe town confirmed this to The Nation on Friday.
The girl claim they maneuvered their way back from the bandits while trekking along the forest.
The source further said more of the girls have escaped and were being expected having run out of the grip of bandits while trekking in the forests.
In the meantime, the federal government have deployed the military, police, and DSS to rescue the kidnapped girls.
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