"I was on my way to the hospital to treat my son, then we were kidnapped by insurgents. I was forcefully married off to an insurgent that already had 2 wives.
I spent 4 years in Sambisa forest and on a daily basis, i saw people been killed for senseless reasons. One of my co-wife died during my stay there. She died because the hardship was unbearable. My other co-wife eventually escaped.
When i had had enough, i took my son and escaped. While we were running, i took some time to rest, i had to sleep on dead bodies.
I'm trying to adjust, but it's not easy. I returned with nothing, now i have to look after my son and myself. It's really very tough."
Binta Abdulmumuni, 50, Adamawa, Nigeria
Boko Haram is a Jihadist terrorist group which was founded in 2002 in Borno, a state in northern part of Nigeria. Boko Haram attacks in and outside Nigeria have left no fewer than 20,000 people dead and at least 1.8 million people have been displaced as a result of the ongoing attacks.