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Thursday, 19 June 2014


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The chairman of the Chibok Community Association in Abuja, Mr Tsambido Hosea-Abana has expressed fear over the inability of the Nigerian security agencies to rescue the over 200 girls abducted at Chibok, Borno State, even as he noted that there is the possibility that some of these girls may not return alive.
The chairman, who was speaking at the Unity Fountain during the sit out of the Bring Back Our Girls group yesterday, lamented that despite daily media reports on the efforts of the security agencies, the truth still remains that after 66 days, the girls are still in captivity of the deadly Boko Haram sect.
“I am calling on the president to put in more efforts, even if it involves negotiation and inviting former president, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo to assist in ensuring that our girls are returned safely,” Hosea-Abana said.
He also wondered why the security agencies have not been able to make any notable attack on the Sambisa forest, and noted that it is a cause for alarm, while suggesting the use of local hunters in the rescue mission.
Members of the #BringBackOurGirls group who expressed concern over the failure of the security agencies to rescue the Chibok girls up till now, also warned that if the government fails in the rescue mission, they would not hesitate to push for a motion to impeach the president.

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