Missing Girls: Northern Nigeria CAN Sends Six Questions To Borno Governor


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5. Why no single photograph of the abducted children was made public by the school authorities? 

6. Where were the daughters of the Principal, Vice Principal and the CSO Chief when the abduction took place?

CAN prayed that the current situation was not a “political gimmick” to carry out a political conspiracy against the young girls, the future mothers and “leaders of tomorrow”.

“What we are after is the safety and future of these children, whether they are Christians or Muslims or our enemies doesn’t matter. They are Nigerians, first and foremost,” the statement pointed out.

It would be noted that the Northern States Christian and Elders Forum, an affiliate of CAN, over the weekend revealed a list containing 178 names of the missing GGSS Chibok female students, out of them 163 Christian girls, and only 15 Muslim girls.

The leader of Boko Haram sect, Abubakar Shekau, claimed responsibility for the abductions in a fresh video, released on May 5, 2014, Monday, threatened to “sell the girls in the market” because they have become his “slaves and property”.

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