According to Gordon Brown of the Mail Online, the leader of the community council in Chibok has painstakingly compiled a dossier on each of the over 200 abducted female students in Chibok.
The file has 185 pages, one for every girl. Each page has a photograph, and beside each passport-sized picture some stark facts — the girl’s name, her school grade and the date of abduction. For the other 19 abducted girls, he has yet to locate photographs.
The community leader and the girls’ families have given permission for their names and photographs to be put into the public domain so the world is reminded of the missing girls.
There is also a file on the 53 girls who escaped by running for their lives from their Boko Haram kidnappers.