(United Nation Population Fund) – “It was during the quiet hours, about 8:30pm, that Boko Haram came,” 15-year-old Goggoji told UNFPA. “I could see fire as houses were burnt.” She and her mother were captured by the militant group and loaded onto trucks filled with women and girls. “They shot any young man they saw,” she described. It was the beginning of more than two years of torment. She was only 12 and a half years old at the time, but that did not matter. “They came in large numbers to select wives among us,” Goggoji said.