Federal government has reportedly started the long process of reuniting the recently released 82 Chibok girls with their families.
The 82 were freed on Saturday in exchange for five Boko Haram prisoners, following negotiations brokered by the ICRC. But their identity needs to be confirmed.
Representatives of parents from Chibok on Wednesday traveled to the meeting point with pictures of those who have been released.
Presidential spokesperson Garba Shehu told the BBC that at the end of the careful identification process, the families will then be taken to the capital Abuja to be reunited with their daughters.