Little Boy Reunited With His Family After Spending 3-years In Boko Haram Captivity (Photos)

A young boy who was rescued by Nigerian military forces last week have been reunited with his family after three years in Boko Haram captivity.

He was allegedly kidnapped in 2018 when he and his father were ambushed by Boko Haram terrorists while on a road trip.

However, the boy remembered that his father was shot and killed on the spot, and that he and the car his father was driving were both taken to the Sambisa Forest.

Troops and members of the Civilian JTF recently rescued him, along with other women, as part of their continuing Operation Desert Sanity, in which the forest is being cleared.

When rescued, however, the boy had no recollection of his or his father’s identities.

Following public announcement with his photos, his family reached out to Al-Ansar Radio’s employees, and they were eventually reunited in Bama Local Government, according to report.

See photos below

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