We Need To See Our Girls Before We Pass On – Chibok Parents And Different Activists Respond To Yet-To-Be-released Chibok Girls Who Has Spent Their Seventh Year In Bondage

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Parents of the yet-to-be-delivered 112 young ladies abducted from Government Girls Secondary School Chibok in Borno State have communicated wishes of seeing their youngsters before they pass on.

Wednesday, April 14 denotes the seventh year when Boko Haram fear mongers raged GGSS Chibok on April 14, 2014, constrained 276 young ladies into a truck, and moved towards the Sambisa Forest. A few young ladies got away from not long after the snatching, and in excess of 100 others have since been liberated through exchanges.

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Women attend a demonstration calling on the government to rescue the kidnapped schoolgirls of the Chibok secondary school, in Abuja, Nigeria, Tuesday, May 13, 2014. A Nigerian government official said “all options are open” in efforts to rescue almost 300 abducted schoolgirls from their captors as US reconnaissance aircraft started flying over this West African country in a search effort. Boko Haram, the militant group that kidnapped the girls last month from a school in Borno state, had released a video yesterday purporting to show some of the girls. A civic leader said representatives of the missing girls’ families were set to view the video as a group later today to see if some of the girls can be identified. (AP Photo / Sunday Alamba)

One of the guardians, Bulama Jonah whose 18-year-old girl, Amina was among the snatched Chibok young ladies appealed to live and see the arrival of his little girl. He disclosed to Daily Trust that it is awful for guardians to pass on without seeing their youngsters.

As indicated by him, 17 guardians had kicked the bucket since the occurrence and numerous others were wiped out. He hence spoke to the President Muhammadu Buhari organization to accomplish more in its endeavors to overcome Boko Haram and salvage their kids.

He added that families were in disarray without any correspondence from the public authority on the whereabouts of the young ladies. Perusing out from his old pocket note pad in which he recorded significant dates and occasions since the snatching, including their visit to President Muhammadu Buhari, Jonah gave the name of 15 out of the 17 expired guardians.

Their names are Stover Mainta, Mainta Yahi, Mutah Sakwa, Haruna Thilaimakalama, Watsai Papu, James Bello, Usman Uffa, Nuhu Mutah, Musa Higwar, Mutah Haruna, Solomi Yama, Mrs. William Askira, Ali Nkiki, Mary Paul Lalai and Malam Koji.

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Jonah said;

“If the government had responded in time, our daughters would have been saved. The United States had spotted 80 girls during the last administration, why did the government fail to rescue them. We, therefore, call on the president to step up the search for these innocent girls.
“We heard that (former President) Obasanjo, at a point said many of the girls were pregnant and recently, we heard he concluded that the girls were dead and could not be found.
“It is always better for children to bury their parents and not the other way round. Sadly, our predicament is worse because we are not even sure if our daughters are alive. Assuming we saw their dead bodies and bury them, we would have carried on with our lives.
“I always dream that my daughter is back and pray the federal government will rescue them before we die.”

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