Donald Trump And Daughters Host Two Escaped Chibok Girls
United States president Donald Trump and his daughters on Wednesday met with two Chibok girls who escaped Boko Haram captivity at the White House.
Joy Bishara, 20, and Lydia Pogu, 19, escaped from their terrorist captors back in 2014 in a brave attempt.
The duo and several other girls who escaped moved to the United States to complete school.
With the help of a Christian nonprofit organization and others, they were able to attend boarding school in Virginia.
Bishara and Pogu transferred their senior year and recently graduated from Canyonville Christian Academy. They will be attending Southeastern University in Florida in the fall.
President has promised his support to Nigeria in the fight against the deadly terrorist group, Boko Haram.