Mother Of Leah Sharibu With Archbishop Of Canterbury In London:
On Thursday, February 20th 2020, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, met with Rebecca Sharibu , the mother of the abducted Nigerian school Christian girl Leah Sharibu in London for the second anniversary of her daughter that has been in captivity by a gang called Boko Haram terrorists.
“We were honored to share the Eucharist with Rebecca Sharibu today,” Welby said in a tweet. “A woman of profound courage and faith, Rebecca is the mother of 16-year-old Christian Leah Sharibu, kidnapped by BokoHaram two years ago.
Leah was kidnapped in Yobe State in northeastern Nigeria, along with about 109 girls from the school in Dapchi. Later on, all the girls were set free.
However, five died when their abductors were returning them to Dapchi, but Leah was never released because she refused to denounce Christianity her faith.
According to a source, Leah, who refused to renounce her Christian faith, was forced to accept Islam before being married to a top commander of the terror group.
Leah Sheribu, a Christian faithful girl kidnapped and held in Boko Haram captivity for over one year, has gave birth to a baby boy.
Leah gives birth to a baby a few weeks ago after being forced to marry a top Boko Haram commander.
Sources said Leah, who refused to renounce her Christian faith, was compelled to do so before getting married to the terrorist.