The dad of a Nigerian student being held by Islamist aggressor amass since February has advised the BBC he is pleased to hear her voice in an as of late discharged sound chronicle.
“It truly is her voice. Since before I figured she wasn’t even alive,” Nathan Sharibu, revealed to BBC Pidgin.
His little girl was among in excess of 100 young ladies abducted, yet later liberated, from the north-eastern town of Dapchi.
The aggressors held her since she supposedly declined to change over to Islam.
The 35-second sound account, which is yet to be verified by Nigerian experts, was distributed by Nigeria’s link daily paper on Monday.
In it, the 15-year-old young lady approaches the legislature to encourage her.
Her dad said the chronicle had given the family trust: “I’m extremely energized that I heard the expressions of my most loved little girl.”
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Mr Sharibu said the entire family was arguing for the legislature to accomplish increasingly – as were “Christians and a few Muslims that are appealing to God for my girl”.
“We are, exceptionally tragic in the family. I trust they will put more weight concerning her discharge.”
Aggressors raged Dapchi town on the night of 19 February. They headed towards the compound of a young ladies’ live-in school as they shot firearms into the air. They at that point constrain the young ladies into a vehicle and hurried off.
Media captionStephanie Hegarty reports from Dapchi young ladies’ school
The 110 young ladies were taken by a Boko Haram group known as the Islamic State’s West Africa Province (Iswap).
Of those seized, 104 young ladies were discharged in March however five purportedly kicked the bucket amid their imprisonment.
The episode was like the seize of 276 young ladies from another north-eastern town of Chibok in 2014, which started the #BringBackOurGirls battle.
Boko Haram activists have discharged more than 100 of the Chibok young ladies however no less than 100 are as yet being held by the aggressor gathering. Their whereabouts are obscure.