During an operation in a community in Chibok Local Government Area in Borno State, northeast Nigeria, members of the Islamic State for West African Province, ISWAP, captured three girls.
According to reports from Tuesday night, they raided Yimirmigza and seized three Chibok girls.
Following the abduction, the insurgents called the family of one of the abducted girls, according to Naijacrawl.
According to a recorded chat between the militant and a family member, the ISWAP has a large number of fighters.
During the call, a family member inquired about how they might assist in the release of the girls, but the militant stated that he did not have the authority to do so unless their bosses gave the order.
While conversing in the Chibok language, one of the girls said the terrorists “are in their hundreds”.
“These people are too many. For now, there are only three girls in their custody, "she said.