Pres­i­dency: Chi­bok girls not within easy

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It is quite un­just and un­be­com­ing for any right-think­ing Nige­rian to challenge the Buhari-led gov­ern­ment that has res­cued over 15 thou­sand women and children that were held cap­tive by the dreaded Boko Haram ter­ror­ists over the is­sue of res­cu­ing 200 hun­dred Chi­bok girls. Why is it that the 200 girls are more im­por­tant than over 15 thou­sand women ab­ducted? Why is it that the so-called BBOG group are so se­lec­tive in their mis­sion and their con­cern is lim­ited to Chi­bok ab­ducted girls only? It is quite un­for­tu­nate that the is­sue seems to be politi­cised. We ap­pre­ci­ate the ef­fort of the gov­ern­ment and the Nige­rian mil­i­tary over this is­sue of inse­cu­rity in­her­ited from the in­com­pe­tent past gov­ern­ment. Our hope and prayer is that any­body that in cap­tiv­ity of the Boko Haram would be lib­er­ated in­clud­ing the Chi­bok girls. We are strongly ap­peal­ing to the BBOG group and any other hu­man rights group to be sin­cere in their mis­sion and avoid sen­ti­ments. Musa Ya­haya Da'ifa mu­sadaura41@ya­hoo.com

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