The freed Chibok girl says she is unhappy to be separated from her boyfriend, who was identified by the military as a member of Boko Haram sect, who fathered her four-month-old child while she was held captive by the group.
In her first interview since being rescued in May, Amina Ali, 21, told Reuters: "I want him to know that I am still thinking about him. Just because we got separated, that does not mean that I don't think about him."
"I just want to go home - I don't know about school. I will decide about school when I get back, but I have no idea when I will be going home."
She was found by local people in a forest with the suspected militant who identified himself as her husband and their child.
The Nigerian government kept her and the child in a safe house for a "restoration process", while the whereabouts of the child's father are unknown.