Just in: Leah Sharibu delivers baby for Boko Haram General after one year in captivity

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Christian abductee Leah Sharibu, who was kidnapped over a year ago by Boko Haram terrorists has given birth to a baby boy. 

The young woman was forced to marry a high ranking member of the terrorist group and forced to convert to Islam. 

This was revealed by a reliable source to Sahara Reporters.

According to the source, she was forced into the new religion before her eventual mandatory marriage to the Boko Haram General. 


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Leah was among dozens of girls seized from a school in Adamawa State by Boko Haram fighters two years ago.

Some girls were returned while others didn’t survive the ordeal with Leah being the only one kept by the terrorists. 

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