Nigerian Vice President Yemi Osinbajo (R) looks on while his wife Dolapo (C) comforts one of the 21 freed Chibok girls freed today from Boko Haram, at his office in Abuja on October 13, 2016. Jihadist group Boko Haram has freed 21 of the more than 200 Chibok schoolgirls kidnapped more than two years ago, raising hopes for the release of the others, officials said Thursday. Local sources said their release was part of a prisoner swap with the Nigerian government, but the authorities denied doing a deal with Boko Haram. / AFP / PHILIP OJISUA (Photo credit should read PHILIP OJISUA/AFP/Getty Images)

MAIDUGURI, Nigeria — Nigerian authorities say another girl seized during a mass abduction from a boarding school in Chibok nearly four years ago has been found. She was found in the company of another young woman who had a child with her.  
Col. Onyema Nwachukwu confirmed Thursday that the girl’s name was on the list of abducted Chibok girls.  
More than 100 of the girls remain captives of the Boko Haram Islamic extremist group, with many forced to marry their kidnappers. 
Chibok community leader Madu Usman expressed happiness that the girl finally was free but said efforts must be made to find all those who remain in captivity. 
The militants abducted 276 girls in 2014. Some escaped on their own, while more than 80 were released last year after negotiations.