A new set of 82 out of the almost 300 Chibok school girls kidnapped by insurgent group, Boko Haram, have been set freed.
The were abducted preparing to write their final exams in their dormitories in 2014.
According to report, 21 of the girls were earlier released last October after negotiations between Boko Haram and the Nigerian government.
2 other girls were found separately, in addition to those who escaped on the night of their abduction, bringing to over 50 those who regained freedom.
It is not immediately clear how many girls were released this time, but preliminary report said 82 were released, and were at Banki town in Borno State awaiting airlift.