An abducted Chibok girl, Susan Ishaya who was freed by the dreaded Islamic sect, Boko Haram on Wednesday is said to be pregnant and mentally ill.

The chairman of Chibok community in Abuja, Tsamdo Hosea Abana who made this known in a conversation with newsmen said Susan was four months pregnant, and appeared to be mentally unstable.

He said: “Susan is actually one of our daughters abducted from Government Girls Secondary School in Chibok. She was found in Mubi where her abductors dumped her and she was later taken to Yola. It has been proved that the girl is four months pregnant, and she is psychological and physically traumatized.

“Evidently, the girl was subjected to serious abuse. There are bruises on her body, and she is suffering from psychological trauma.”

It would be recalled that Susan was found near a police station in the border town of Mubi on Wednesday after she was left there by the insurgents. She was immediately moved to Adamawa State Police Headquarters in Yola where she is currently receiving treatment at the police clinic.

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