It was an emotional scene in Yola, Adamawa State, on Thursday, as the recently released 21 Chibok girls stopped over, on their way home for Christmas and New Year celebrations.
The girls, released in October, were abducted alongside over 200 others in April 2014.
They were escorted to Yola by operatives of the State Security Service, and the military.
The Adamawa State governor, Bindo Jibrilla, said the girls’ reunion with their families was an event many prayed for.
“For me, it is a rare opportunity to see you in Adamawa healthy and sound, we are grateful to almighty Allah and also commend the present administration for the efforts in