Leah Sharibu was abducted along with 110 other female pupils of a secondary school in Dapchi, Yobe State, in February.

When news broke that the girls had been released, her parents were filled with joy but that soon became tears when they discovered their little Leah was not among.

But while the other abductees were released by the terror sect, Sharibu was not.

The little Christian girl refused to renounce her Christian faith and the Boko Haram terror sect refused to release her.

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Meanwhile, the southern Youth Wing of Christian Association of Nigeria (YOWICAN) are pleading with the Federal Government and the security agencies to ensure the immediate release of the poor girl.

President of Southern YOWICAN, Oluchukwu Nnabugwu, said on Friday in a statement that “religion is a personal decision and should not be a determining factor for the safety of anyone in the country as being imposed by the Islamic group, Boko Haram”.

He urged all Christians to pray for the safety of Sharibu while the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) to demand the release of the names of the five girls that reportedly died in captivity.

His biggest prayer, however, is for a “miraculous shake up in Boko Haram camps that will truly decimate their terrorist activities”.