Wednesday, 11 January 2017

Heartbreaking things our daughters told us about politicians sponsoring Boko Haram, Sambisa – Chibok Pastor

The 21 recently released Chibok girls have
narrated their ordeal in the captivity of
their Boko Haram abductors to a clergy,
Pastor Bulus
- They told Bulus they were not immediately
taken into the forest after capture but to a
house in Borno Government Residential
Area (GRA) in Maiduguri where they stated
for two months
- From the GRA, the girls said they were
taken to Gwoza where they claimed that a
top politician allegedly housed them in one
of his residences for about 8 months
- The girls also reportedly said that some
of the Chibok girls never made it to
Sambisa forest as they were killed in
Gwoza by a bomb allegedly dropped on the
house they were staying by a Nigerian
Airforce fighter jet.
The 21 recently released girls pictured here have
told a clergy man of how politicians played a
major role in their disappearance for over two
years.

The recently released Chibok girls have
revealed details of how some politicians
allegedly sponsored the activities of the
Boko Haram insurgents in the northeast
for their personal gains.
According to a Chibok clergy called
Pastor Bulus Baba from Kaya
community in Chibok local government
area of Borno state, his discussions with
some of the girls revealed that some
politicians reportedly played an active
part in their abduction.In an interview with Daily Post in
Maiduguri, Pastor Bulus said the
politicians reportedly did this in order
to frustrate the administration of past
president Goodluck Jonathan.
First, he said, the girls claimed they
were not immediately driven into the
forest as widely believed, but were first
taken to a house in Borno Government
Residential Area in Maiduguri where
they stayed for two months before they
were taken to Gwoza where they
claimed that a top politician allegedly
housed them in one of his residences for
about 8 months.In an interview with Daily Post in
Maiduguri, Pastor Bulus said the
politicians reportedly did this in order
to frustrate the administration of past
president Goodluck Jonathan.
First, he said, the girls claimed they
were not immediately driven into the
forest as widely believed, but were first
taken to a house in Borno Government
Residential Area in Maiduguri where
they stayed for two months before they
were taken to Gwoza where they
claimed that a top politician allegedly
housed them in one of his residences for
about 8 months.