Chibok Girls No more stories – BBOG tells Buhari

Following the perceived inaction of the Federal Government, members of the Chibok community said they regret voting Buhari into power.

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Bring Back Our Girls (BBOG) protesters march to Aso Rock Presidential Villa in Abuja on Monday, August 22, 2016.

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The Bring Back Our Girls (BBOG) group has called on President Buhari to stop giving excuses why the abducted Chibok girls have not been rescued.

The group also said it is time for Mr. President to show commitment and order troops into Sambisa forest to rescue the girls.

Chairman of Chibok community in Abuja, Mr Tsambido Hosea, added that the President promised not to rest until the Chibok girls are brought back when he was campaigning.

Hosea also said “Chibok people had often voted for the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, but in the last election, they voted wholeheartedly for the current President because of his promise to rescue our girls.

 “Prof. Osinbajo promised us during campaign that Gen. Muhammadu Buhari would lead and go to the Sambisa Forest and rescue our girls, but nearly two years later, they have not done anything. Is that not corruption? If this government is not willing to bring back our girls, let them tell us and declare us non-Nigerians so that the world can rally round us.

“Let them declare Chibok people non-Nigerians so that the world can help them. People are ready to help us. We regret our votes for Buhari. If they cannot help us, let them tell us so that we would go for our girls. If we perish, we perish.”

READ: ‘We regret voting for Buhari,’ Chibok community

Also, Esther Yakubu, the mother of one of the Chibok girls in the video released by Boko Haram Sunday, August 14, 2016, said Buhari’s administration is more clueless than Goodluck Jonathan’s.

READ: ‘Buhari administration more clueless than Jonathan’s,’ Parent says

Members of the Bring Back Our Girls (BBOG) group marched to the Presidential Villa on Monday, August 22, 2016.

A retired Captain, Sunday Adoba, has revealed that 40 Chibok girls were handed to Mala Yamari, adding that the military knows the location of the abducted students.

See the video that sparked the recent outcry by the BBOG group below.

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