Contrary to the news circulating on the social media regarding the purported release of some of the Chibok Girls abducted by Boko Haram some months ago, there are no girls released.
“A top military source had claimed that two Toyota Hiace buses loaded with the girls were driven into the Maimalari Barracks, the headquarters of the 7th Division of the Nigerian Army in Maiduguri, this evening. When contacted, Defence Spokesperson, Chris Olukolade, confirmed the development. He said the exercise was still ongoing and that appropriate statement would be made soon.” – Premium Times.
Our source refuted such breaking news by relating to us the true situation that prompted such lies. According to our dependable source, on the verge of the recent victory made by Nigerian Soldiers against Boko Haram, the Borno State Governor recently made effort to console the Chibok people especially, the parents of the missing girls. Gov. Shetima encouraged them to allow those 74 girls that earlier escaped from Boko Haram to return to school on a special support from the Government of the State. The parents of the 34 girls agreed but, the rest refused to comply. Therefore, the Borno State Government made arrangement and transported the 34 girls via 2 Borno Express busses to Maimalari Barracks for security reasons. When they arrived the barracks, the women in the barrack came out in numbers to meet the girls, wondering if the girls in the two busses are coming from Sambisa or their parents houses! They were later told that the girls are those that escaped on the day they were kidnapped. In essence, there are no girls rescued from Boko Haram recently.
In fact, the girls have been moved to Kaduna and ready to be distributed to some schools under the sponsorship of Borno State Government.
CHRIS OLUKOLADE SHOULD PLS SAVE THE IMAGE OF THE NIGERIAN MILITARY AND STOP SOUNDING LIKE A DESPERATE IMAGE MAKER!
Written By – IG Wala.