Global Christian News, 15 April 2018
Four years into the abduction of about 300 school girls in Chibok, north eastern Nigeria, the Nigerian government has claimed that it has encountered difficulties in securing the release of the remaining girls.
“We know that this is not the news parents want to hear after four whole years of waiting, but we want to be as honest as possible with you.” The statement added, “Don’t give up hope of seeing our daughters back home again.”
Contradicting the government’s position, Ahmad Salkida, a journalist has declared that only 15 out of the remaining 113 Chibok schoolgirls, are alive.
“I regret to state here that only 15 out of the 113 Chibok girls are alive today, based on my investigations in the last three months and we have already seen some of them in a video.” Salkida claimed.