A human right activist, Aisha Wakil, has expressed joy over the release of 104 Dapchi school girls from Boko Haram captivity.
The presidency on Wednesday confirmed the release of the girls abducted by the insurgents at Government Science and Technical School, Dapchi on February 19.
Wakil, popularly called “Mama Boko Haram” said she received the news of the release of the girls with great joy.
She praised the Federal Government and other parties who contributed to the development, and expressed the hope that the remaining girls including Chibok girls would also be released soon.
Wakil said: “I am highly elated over the release of the girls, it is a welcome development.”