The list of the 82 abducted Chibok girls that were freed by the Boko Haram sect on has been released.

According to the presidency, the girls were released in a prisoner swap deal after spending over three years in the hands of Boko Haram.

The opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Sunday hailed the release of the 82 school girls taken from their school's dormitory on April 14, 2014, but expressed concern over the “price” reportedly paid for their freedom.

82 freed Chibok GirlsIn a statement by the spokesman for the party's Caretaker Committee, Mr Dayo Adeyeye, the PDP said: “What is, however, of great concern is the price paid to secure the release of the girls.

“According to reports, the girls were released in exchange for the release of suspected Boko Haram terrorists being held by the government.

“If that is the Case, we say it’s a heavy price to pay and an unusual one at that”.

82 freed Chibok Girls.

After the girls were received by President Muhammadu Buhari, a spokesman for the President, Mr Garba Shehu, posted lists containing the names of the 82 girls on his Twitter handle.

The released girls are Kwatah Simon, Grace Dauda, Jummai Paul, Tabita Pogo, Yanke Shetima, Jummai Miutah, Juliana Yakubu, Mary Yakubu, Rulh Kolo, Mairama Yahaya, Racheal Nkeke, Fibi Haruna, Asabe Manu, Eslher Usman, Filo Dauda, Awa Ababa, Lydia Joshua, Na Oni Bitrus,  Marlha James, Palmata Musa, Aisha Ezekiel, Mwada Baba, Hannatu Ishaku, Mwa Daniel, Rifkafu Soliman, Maryamu Yakubu, Rebecca Joseph and Ladi Audu.

Also in the list are Amina Pagu, Sarah Nkeki, Esther Joshua, Saraya Yanga, Ruth Amos, Hauwa Musa, Hauwa Ishaya, Glory Aji, Mary Ali, Rahilla Bitrus, Luggwa Mutah, Lataba Maman, Lydia Habila, Deborah Peter, Naomi Yaga, Kwajigu Haman, Lugguwa Samuel, Maryamu Lawan, Tabita Hellapa, Ruth Ishaku, Maryamu Musa, Magaret Yama, Kauna Lalai, Solomi Tacitus, Naomi Yahona, Maimuna Usman and Grace Paul.

Others are Hauwa Ntakai, Yana Joshua, Comfort Bulus, Ramatu Yaga, Rhoda Peter, Naomi luka, Naomi Adamu, Iyatu Habila, Victoria wullgam, Ladi Ibrahim, Christiana Ali, Hanatu Stephen, Patina Fagbi, Martha James Bello, Tabita Silas, Yana Bukar, Abigail Bukar, Hadiza Yakubu, Naomi Zakariya, Maryamu wavi, Amina Bilama, Asabe Lawan, Mary Dauda, Maryamu Bilama, Naomi Filiman, Saratu Ayuba, and Awa Yirma.

A group, the Bring Back Our Girls campaigners say 113 girls are still missing. Over 200 girls were taken on that night from their school's dormitory in Chibok, Borno State.