REVEALED: Details Emerge How Abducted Dapchi Girls Died, Were Buried


While the military will not give out much about happenings around the release of Sharibu, the Bring Back Our Girls Group (BBOG) said it would take President Muhammadu Buhari to task on the release of Sharibu and remaining Chibok girls. According to the group, the president must fulfil his promise of rescuing the abducted girls before commencing his re-election campaign. The movement’s spokesperson, Sasugh Akume, told Sunday Tribune in Abuja that they would challenge President Buhari to secure the release of the girls from the insurgents. The movement quoted the president to have insisted that “the war against Boko Haram cannot be said to have been won except all our Chibok girls and other people in captivity are rescued.” He added that their group would be “challenging his basis for wanting to seek re-election as president if he could not fulfil his earlier promise of bringing back our Chibok girls.These are issues we are going to be amplifying going forward.” While expressing fears that campaigns ahead of the 2019 elections may sweep the issues of the Chibok and Dapchi girls under the carpet, the Akume disclosed the group’s plan to commence intensive advocacy to ensure that the issues remain in the front burner. He said: “We have been meeting everyday since 30th of April 2014. In the next two months, INEC is going to lift the embargo on campaign and we are going to enter the election season; we are concerned that if our Dapchi girl, Leah Sharibu, is not back and 112 Chibok girls are not back, they could forget about them and be canvassing politics. We are going to be doing a countdown to the days when embargo on electioneering will be lifted and to ensure that our Chibok and Dapchi girls are brought back.” On the threat to sue the Federal Government , Akume maintained that; “We are going to be announcing the update in due course; we are finalising with our actions and we are going to be announcing the update. We are certainly going to be suing the FG on all those counts. “The government of Nigeria owes those children, their parents and community the duty to ensure that they are brought back. It is something that should never have happened,” he stated. Add 0802 739 7554 To Receive SKYTREND NEWS Alerts On WhatsApp; For Adverts Enquiries, Whatsapp 0802 739 7554, Send Articles & News Stories To READ ALSO! Health Arena With Dr Adesina: Infertility – Causes, Effects And Treatment Options READ ALSO! 14-Year-Old Pregnant Housemaid Dislodges Her Childless Madam, Says I Can’t Share Husband With You READ ALSO! SHOCKING, ALARMING: Nigerian FRSC Official Engages Woman In Serious Physical Combat (VIDEO) READ ALSO! How I Stopped Obasanjo From Becoming Nigerian Version Of Mugabe — Atiku READ ALSO! I’m Happy Leaving My Husband, Nine Children For New Lover — Housewife After 23 Years Of Marriage READ ALSO! 15-year-old Groundnut Seller Took Her Torn Skirt To 58-Year-old Nigerian Tailor For Amendment: WHAT HAPPENED NEXT WILL SHOCK YOU! READ ALSO! Israeli Warplanes Strike Hamas Military Targets As Retaliation For Palestinian Rocket Fire READ ALSO! The Smart CEO: Top 5 Websites To Get Cheap Domain Name Registration READ ALSO! First Bank’s Appalling Customer Service And Utter Disregard For Its Customers READ ALSO! Between GoDaddy And Namecheap: Making The Best Choice For Domain Name Registrar READ ALSO! Nigerian Filmmaker, Zuriel Oduwole Makes Forbes List Of 100 Most Influential African Women READ ALSO! Woman Marries Her Son After Getting Pregnant For Him READ ALSO! This Pretty 21-year-old Lady, Tawa Oshunuga Committed Suicide After Her Lover Of 4 Years Dumped Her ]]>