In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 09th, July, 2020

Chibok Neighborhood Accuse Buhari Of Abandoning Promise To Rescue 112 Chibok Ladies

Chibok Community Accuse Buhari Of Abandoning Promise To Rescue 112 Chibok Girls

Chibok Girls

Kidnapped Chibok ladies


Members of Chibok group underneath the umbrella of Kibaku Space Growth Affiliation have known as out President Muhammadu Buhari, accusing him of abandoning and forgetting its undertaking on the rescue of the remaining 112 kidnapped Chibok ladies because the return of the rescued 82 ladies on Might 7, 2017.


In a press release signal by its Director Media and Publicity, Dr. Manasseh Allen, the affiliation decried assaults on its communities in Borno, stating that there could also be plan to annihilate the Chibok individuals and the silence of the federal authorities is worrisome on such event.


In accordance with KADA, because the evening of the kidnapping of the Chibok schoolgirls on April 14, 2014, which is precisely 2,276 days, the remaining 112 ladies are but to be recovered and there was no signal of doing so by the federal government of the day.


“Neither the households nor the Kibaku group had been briefed and knowledgeable by the Federal Authorities on rescue efforts or the whereabouts of our daughters because the final batch of 82 returned on 7 Might 2017, aside from the messages by President Muhammadu Buhari, launched each 13th of April on the eve of the 14 April commemoration. These messages are principally the identical copy and paste with minor alterations 12 months in and 12 months out,”

the assertion mentioned.


Talking on the rescued Chibok ladies, KADA mentioned, the women who had been enrolled on the American College of Nigeria (AUN) Yola, had been equally deserted and forgotten as there was no progress of their training.

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“Ten of them have out of frustration left the programme. They’re: Laraba Mamman, Mwa Daniel, Rachael Nkeki (who are actually married), Saraya Yanga, Philomena Dauda, Sarah Nkeki, Asabe Lawan, Glory Mainta, Talatu Adamu, and Lydia Habila,”

the assertion added.


“In class, they had been remoted and never allowed to mingle, work together, and socialise with different college students. The Federal Authorities has additionally pissed off any assist that got here the way in which of those daughters of ours.

“Whereas many colleges overseas, voluntary organisations and others provided to supply the women with scholarships the identical was mentioned to have been hindered and pissed off by the Federal Authorities.

“In August 2018, Maryam Wavi, Asabe Goni, Amina Ali Nkeki, Saratu Emmunuel, Rebecca Ishaku had been actually blocked on the airport by the police and State Safety Service (SSS) who handed them together with their mother and father to the Nigerian Immigration Providers with order to detain till they missed their flight.

“They had been on full scholarships to check in the US, with the total consent of their mother and father and correct documentation however after they missed their flight, the immigration providers allow them to return residence.”

The assertion mentioned.


The assertion added that, even the varsity, the place these ladies had been kidnapped is now a shadow of its self because the assault on April 14, 2014.


The Nigerian Military Engineering Corps, which started work on it, deserted the undertaking and it remained uncompleted to today. The college now operates purely as a day day faculty, in a close-by major faculty when the first faculty pupils shut within the afternoon.

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