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Human rights groups and lawyers have criticised Nigeria's treatment of the freed girls, who are held in Abuja, the capital, nearly 900 m from Chibok.
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The failure of Nigeria's former government to quickly act to free the schoolgirls sparked a global Bring Back Our Girls movement, with even US first lady Michelle Obama posting a photo with the logo on social media. Months later, in October, the government negotiated the release of 21 Chibok girls.
Another girl was freed in November in an army raid on an extremist camp in the Sambisa Forest.
A crew from South African company TIA Productions filmed the group around Abuja, Nigeria’s capital, showing their family business in action.
Children are trained to tame the wild animals from birth, being fed potions the nomads believe enables them to handle them without fear of harm.“The hyena boys must also be tamed, fed strange medicines from infancy, and plied with snakes to be integrated into the community fuelled by the belief that they are spiritually connected to the animals,” the documentary makers said.
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Mufasa Mohammed, a tamer who demonstrated making a hyena “sit” on command, said he had been practicing since he was five years old and raises his own animals.“Since the animal was little, I've been feeding him, giving him meat and medicine - he got used to me,” he added.“I beat him if he misbehaves but if he does nothing I don’t..will turn around and hug us when it enjoys it.”Global animal charities have long campaigned against the capture and training of wild animals, pleading to countries to introduce laws to stop performances and asking tourists not to fuel the trade by giving money.
The hyenas are kept chained and muzzled, while snakes live in boxes and containers.
Some of the tamed animals are sold to rich Nigerian families who keep them for their children, while others are used in touring performances that incorporate dancing, drumming and music.