Leah Sharibu’s mother Rebecca Sharibu was in Canterbury Thursday to met with the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby in London.
Leah is one of the school girls abducted by Boko haram when the insurgents raided a school over two years ago.
Her mother Rebecca is in London to mark the second anniversary of her daughter’s abduction by the terror group.
“We were honoured to share the Eucharist with Rebecca Sharibu today,” Welby said in a tweet. “A woman of profound courage and faith, Rebecca is mother of 16-year-old Christian Leah Sharibu, kidnapped by #BokoHaram two years ago.
“We pray for you, and for Leah to be released free from harm.”
Sharibu told a rally in Westminster, of the great pains she feels since her daughter was abducted.
“My daughter, my only daughter, is already two years in captivity, and President Buhari promised me that she would be released but she has not been released. I need Leah back home and I need him to set Leah free, just like the other girls were set free,” Rebecca Sharibu said in Hausa.
“The students who were taken along with Leah have been brought back to their parents but we have been going through pain for two years, pains that cannot be described.
“On a daily basis, we hear Leah this, Leah that. We are in great pains. At times, when the stories come out, we feel so pained, we feel so terrible. We are constantly in pain, all we desire is to have Leah back with us.”