Cameroonian health and security authorities on Monday had begun the treatment of a captured suicide aircraft who asserted to be one of the 219 missing Chibok schoolgirls.
This information is contained in an announcement issued in Abuja on Monday by Mallam Garba Shehu, Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity to President Muhammadu Buhari.
The announcement said that the young lady was observed to be intensely sedated and bore a few wounds on her body.
It expressed that the young lady’s health condition had postponed her development to the far north local capital of Cameroon, Maroua, as prior arranged.
It said that the photos of the captured suspected aircraft got by Nigerian authorities showed that the young lady was likely a minor, between ages nine to 12 years.
The announcement kept up that her accessory was around 30 years or more, and both talked just in Kanuri dialect.
“Considering the understood rules with respect to the production of photography of minors, we have chosen to forward the photos of the suspected plane to the Murtala Mohammed Foundation for confirmation by intrigued Chibok group partners,” the announcement said.
According to the statement,
the Ministry of Women Affairs, the Nigerian High Commission in Cameroon and different offices of government will keep on cooperating with different partners to confirm every one of the issues