Missing Dapchi School Girls: Why is President Buhuari still seating in Abuja? -Aisha Yesufu

(Last Updated On: March 30, 2018)

“President Muhammadu Buhari is the father of this nation, so what is he still seating doing in Abuja? Paying visit to Dapchi as a father of nation will give parents of the abducted school girls hope and assurance,” Co-convener of Bring Back Our Girls, Aisha Yesufu, said Friday.

She said Nigerian government has vital information about Boko Haram that’s not ready to share with its citizen, which according to her could have helped in the rescue mission.

“It is sad that exactly what happened in 2014 in Chibok, Borno State, is repeating itself in another state, Mrs. Yesufu said on Sunrise Daily, Nigeria’s 24/7 News TV station.

She said it’s so sad that no one could come out to tell Nigerians the identity of the girls kidnapped in Dapchi, Yobe State five days after.

Boko Haram, a terrorist group in Nigeria, invaded Government Girls Science Technical College (GGSTC) Dapchi, Yobe State, on Monday, February 19, 2018.

There are controversial figure at the time of compiling this report the number of missing girls, but parents are beginning to cry out about the whereabouts of their kids.

To make matter worst, Yobe State government Wednesday night issued a statement that some of the girls had been rescued, it was false after all.

The state government had apologized, but it shows the lack of information gathering at all levels of government in Nigeria.

“The public may recall that we issued a statement last night in which we announced that some of the girls at Government Girls Science Technical College (GGSTC) Dapchi who went missing after Boko Haram terrorists had stormed their school last Monday were rescued by officers and men of the Nigerian Army who are currently executing the war against the Boko Haram Insurgents.

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“We issued the statement on the basis of information provided by one of the security agencies that is involved in the fight against Boko Haram and which we had no reason to doubt.

“We have now established that the information we relied on to make the statement was not credible,” Yobe State government said in a statement.

Does it mean that Boko Haram hasn’t been defeated as claimed by the military?

 

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