Girls who escaped Boko Haram plead for help for others
Clip: 03/20/2018 | 12m 43s
Two girls who were abducted by Boko Haram in 2014 thought they would never be able to escape their cruel captors. They were married to insurgents, faced brutal treatment and rape, and gave birth to their own children. Now Ya Kaka and Hauwa join Judy Woodruff to recount their harrowing experiences, how their lives have changed since fleeing the insurgents and what they want for their futures.
Aired: 03/20/18Video has closed captioning.
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