Battle-Ready Nigerian Troops Trailing Abducted Chibok Schoolgirls In Sambisa Forest? (SNAPSHOT)

Battle-Ready Nigerian Troops Trailing Abducted Chibok Schoolgirls In Sambisa Forest? (SNAPSHOT)

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Boko Haram Borno Sambisa Forest
Nigerian soldiers patrol in the north of Borno state close to a Islamist extremist group Boko Haram former camp on June 5, 2013 near Maiduguri. | Quentin Leboucher/AFP/Getty Images

Nigerian military troops are combing the Sambisa forest in Borno State in search of more than 200 Chibok schoolgirls abducted by the dreaded Boko Haram terrorist over two months ago.

This is according to photos tweeted by the special adviser to President Jonathan on new media, Reno Omokri, which shows soldiers in a forest believed to be Sambisa.

The Sambia forest formerly a games reserve has  an area of over  518 square kilometres and is bounded by Cameroon and Chad. Nigerian troops were deployed to Chibok since the abduction on April 14, 2014 to locate and rescue the schoolgirls. Two months later, with over five nations joining in the rescue operation, the girls are yet to be found.  

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