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But it seems the possibility of starvation pushed Amina's 'husband' Mohammed Hayatu - said to be a Boko Haram fighter - to venture to the edges of the forest, where they were found by a vigilante group.
Yesterday, Binta - whose husband died just six months after Amina was snatched - was reunited with the 19-year-old, embracing her with such joy onlookers said they were certain they were going to 'roll on the ground'.
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Nothing had been heard from the 219 still held captive since a video published by the Islamists in May 2014, until an apparent 'proof of life' message was sent to the Nigerian government earlier this year.
The inability of Nigeria's government and military to rescue the girls led, in part, to last year's electoral defeat of President Goodluck Jonathan, who was seen as uncaring and not committed to freeing them.
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Dozens of girls managed to escape in the first hours, but 219 remained captive.
Amina is the first to have been freed for two years.
Freedom: 19-year-old Amina Ali was found with her four month old baby and a man she said is her husband two years after she was kidnapped by Boko Haram alongside 275 other schoolgirl's preparing for exams Amina - the youngest of 13 children, and one of only two to survive past the age of five - was rescued from the Sambisa Forest, in Borno state by vigilantes helping the military and brought back to her home in Mbalala, near Chibok, yesterday.
Hayatu - said to be a commander known as 'Amir' - told Channels Television 'hunger and ill health forced him to surrender as they were starving to death following the blocking of Boko Haram's food supply routes by the military'.