Video appears to show some Chibok girls alive

Exactly two years ago terrorist group Boko Haram abducted over 200 schools girls from a school.

FILE: Members of the ‘Bring Back Our Girls’ movement march to press for the release of the missing schoolgirls kidnapped in 2014 from their school in Chibok by Islamist group Boko Haram, during a rally in Abuja in January 2016. Picture: AFP.

NIGERIA - Exactly two years ago today, the deadly terrorist group Boko Haram abducted over 200 schools girls from a secondary school in Chibok in north-eastern Nigeria.

Two years after their abduction, the girls are still missing.

While it appears the girls may never be located, a video has emerged showing that the girls may still be alive, increasing the possibility of their rescue.

WATCH: Boko Haram shares video of some Chibok girls

The kidnapping of the 276 girls triggered widespread demonstrations in Nigeria and other parts of the world which led to the global social media campaign #BringBackOurGirls, spearheaded by Nigeria's former education minister Obiageli Ezekwesili.

Speaking with CNN, Nigeria's government spokesman Lai Mohammed said talks are ongoing with the terrorist group.

"There are ongoing talks but of course many of these investigations cannot be disclosed properly."

To mark the second anniversary of the kidnap of the school girls, hundreds of parents are due to hold a march in the Nigerian capital, Abuja, to demand the government does more to find their daughters.