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Abducted schoolgirls taken out of Nigeria —Report

By News Express on 29/04/2014

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Some of the schoolgirls abducted from Government Girls’ Secondary School (GGSS), Chibok, Borno State in Nigeria’s troubled North-East have been moved to neighbouring Chad Republic, according to locals.

A Chibok youth leader, Dr. Pogu Bitrus, told the Hausa Service of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC): “We have a report that the sect might have divided the girls into different groups and separated them to make it impossible to get all the girls in one place.

“Since the girls were abducted from GGSS Chibok by the Boko Haram, we heard that the girls were separated. Some were detained in Sambisa Forest, some detained around Gwoza, Marte and Monguno axis.

“For almost two weeks the security forces left us in confusion regarding their glaring inability to rescue the schoolgirls and no information from the security that will calm the frustrated parents.”

Dr. Bitrus accused the Nigerian Government of not being serious in its claimed efforts to rescue the girls.

News Express had yesterday evening published a report that another set of the abducted girls were sighted in the in the Gwoza-Bama axis of Borno State but it is not clear if the authorities acted on the report.

The report was based on a message uploaded by Every Nigerian Do Something (ENDS), a Borno-based NGO involved in the fight against Boko Haram, which wrote on its website:

“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 from their hostel on Monday night, April 18 and only a few managed to escape. Nigerians say they are yet to see seriousness on the part of President Goodluck Jonathan’s administration to rescue the innocent girls.

•Photo shows a cross section of grief-stricken mothers of the abducted schoolgirls.

Source News Express

Posted 29/04/2014 3:04:38 PM

 

 

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