Amina Ali meets President Muhammadu Buhari
Amina Ali entered the presidential villa in Abuja this afternoon, having been flown from Abuja.
LAGOS - The teenager found alive in the country's northeast after being kidnapped by Boko Haram militants two years ago has met with Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari.
Amina Ali entered the presidential villa in Abuja this afternoon, having been flown from the northeastern city of Maiduguri to the capital Abuja on a presidential jet.
She was taken from her Chibok school along with more than 200 classmates who are still being held.
The hashtag #bringbackourgirls became a reference point for advocacy and interface between parents of the girls and the federal government of Nigeria.
When news filtered in on Wednesday afternoon that one of the girls had been rescued co-founder of the group and Nigeria's former minister of education could not hide her emotion.
"There is one Chibok girl and she is here, she's back and mixed up with the fact that there are 280 others who were abducted."
Co-founder Amina Yusuf said they will not stop their campaign until the other girls are rescued.
"We will not stop looking for them."