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Thursday, 8 March 2018

Parents Of Abducted Dapchi School Girls Protest In Abuja (Photos)


A few guardians of the 110 snatched Dapchi schoolgirls walked to the National Assembly to enroll their torments with the government administrators in continuation of their clatter for the arrival of the understudies kidnapped by Boko Haram fear mongers penultimate week. 

Wearing swollen countenances bore marks of torment and misery, a portion of the parents described their difficulties since the kidnapping of their little girls, saying that it had been an appalling knowledge and bad dream since their little girls disappeared. The parents, who wore embellished in dark shirts with the engraving, 

“We are Dapchi People”, said that they had not come to criticise and attack the government but to demand the rescue of their daughters.

Parents of abducted Dapchi school girls protest in Abuja (Photos) Lailasnews2

Parents of abducted Dapchi school girls protest in Abuja (Photos) Lailasnews3
Parents of abducted Dapchi school girls protest in Abuja (Photos) Lailasnews1
At the point when the schoolgirls were seized President Buhari in an official statement made accessible to writers by his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu said he shared with the torments of the parents whose kids and wards were stolen and would save no endeavors in guaranteeing that the students were saved. 

He said the Federal Government would send more troops and observation air ship for a 24-hour reconnaissance of the territory. 

He stated, 

“When I received the devastating news of the attack on the school and the fact that the local authorities could not account for all the students, I immediately dispatched a high-level delegation on a fact-finding visit to the town.

“I also instructed the security agencies to deploy in full and not spare any effort to ensure that all the girls are returned safely, and the attackers arrested and made to face justice.

“The entire country stands as one with the girls’ families, the government and the people of Yobe State.

“This is a national disaster. We are sorry that this could have happened and share your pain. We pray that our gallant armed forces will locate and safely return your missing family members.

“Our government is sending more troops and surveillance aircraft to keep an eye on all movements in the entire territory on a 24-hour basis, in the hope that all the missing girls will be found.”


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