Posted by News Express | 28 April 2014 | 5,193 times
An NGO in Borno State involved in the fight against terror has announced the sighting of the about 200 abducted students of Girls Secondary School, Chibok and appealed to security agencies to react promptly.
In a message just uploaded on its website, www.ENDS.ng, the group which goes by the name Every Nigerian Do Something (ENDS), announced:
“This is a breakthrough that should be pursued. ENDS.ng has received credible intelligence from active citizens in Maiduguri that the 200 missing, abducted girls were seen being hustled around in about seven buses in South Borno, in the Gwoza-Bama axis. We urgently call on the security agencies to go in pursuit.
“We again reiterate and press the Goodluck Joanthan administration to immediately approve the urgent formal request of the thousands of Civilian-JTF members and several thousand ready-volunteer youth around the nation for the permission to bear arms as a civilian patriots army to seek, capture and eradicate Boko Haram terrorists and release all abductees and forced conscripts.”
The girls were abducted on Monday night, April 18, by Boko Haram.
Established March 18, 2013, in reaction to a deadly bus stop bombing by Boko Haram terrorists in Kano state of Nigeria, ENDS has since approached improving coexistence and promoting peace oriented behavior of Nigerian citizens via research, education, information and support and reward for citizen and communal peace directed behavior and initiatives.
Currently ENDS is supporting Nigerian civilian vigilante force, popularly known as the Civilian JTF, who have risked and lost their lives doing a wonderful job assisting the national security services to protect the northern extremes from the actions of the Boko Haram terrorist sect.
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