Two-hundred and sixty-two days after their daughters were kidnapped from school, some of a distraught kin of a students of Government Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State, on Thursday criticised President Goodluck Jonathan for not fulfilling his guarantee to rescue a girls from a control of Boko Haram.
The abduction of a 219 girls from their hostel during night on Apr 14, 2014 has captivated tellurian snub and a President had betrothed several times that a girls would be discovered alive.
Nine of a abducted girls’ parents, during their assembly with a BringBackOurGirls organisation on Thursday in Abuja, carpeted a President for unwell to move behind a schoolgirls.
The personality of a parents, Rev. Mark Enoch, indicted a supervision of carrying a palm in a abduction of a girls, observant that a principal of a propagandize in Chibok had, few hours before a abduction, sealed a girls in their hostel and warned them not to leave.
Enoch explained that a kin of a principal and a propagandize dame were means to rescue their daughters from a sect, withdrawal other girls in captivity.
“This is intentional, a palm of supervision is in a kidnapping; we wish a supervision to move behind a girls. If they can't do it alone, they should find a assistance of a United Nations and some modernized countries, a unsettled father said.
The cleric, who appreciated a BBOG for not giving adult on a girls, remarkable that though for a activities of a coalition, a emanate of a girls would have been lost given a remote plcae of a Chibok community.
Another parent, Mrs. Samuel Abana, asked a President to do a guarantee he done in July, 2014, when he met with a kin during a Presidential Villa, Abuja. The President had told a kin that a supervision would secure a recover of a girls.
Abana, who pennyless down in tears while speaking, removed that a Federal Government had primarily denied a abduction before Jonathan met with a kin and affianced to rescue their daughters.
“I wish to remind a President of his guarantee when he met with us; he betrothed to rescue a daughters, he pronounced he would move a girls back, though 6 months later, there is no result. Mr. President, will we destroy to rescue them, if your daughter is abducted? If we can’t do it alone, entice a United Nations to come and rescue a daughters,” she said.
Another parent, Bulama Jonah, removed how a propagandize principal sent his daughter home since she had not paid N300 for commemorative certificate, adding that a girls had usually dual subjects to do in their examinations before they were taken divided by their abductors.
“The saddest thing was that my daughter was sent home since of N300 usually a day before she was kidnapped; we gave her a income for her commemorative and she went behind to propagandize usually for her to be abducted,” he said.
Mrs. Martha Enoch pronounced she was sleepy of government’s unsuccessful promises, and urged it to take whatever movement was required to rescue a seized girls.
“Government kept observant they would move behind a girls, though if they can’t move them alive, they should move their passed bodies,” she stated.
The BBOG lamented a disaster of a President to discuss a emanate of a Chibok girls in his New Year broadcast, stressing that it showed that a supervision did not caring about them.
Few days after a girls were abducted, Boko Haram claimed shortcoming for a kidnapping. It expelled a video of a girls while a sect’s leader, Abubakar Shekau, boasted that a immature girls, many of who were pronounced to be Christians, had been converted to Islamic sacrament and that they would be given out in marriages during a token.
While unconfirmed reports pronounced that some of a girls had died of lizard punch in a timberland where they were kept, a handful had transient from a insurgents’ captivity.
The United Nations in Aug had announced reconstruction comforts for a transient Chibok girls.
In a matter on a UN website, a United Nations Population Fund had pronounced that it was operative in partnership with a World Health Organisation and a United Nations Children’s Fund to set adult clinics to yield health screening for any of a girls entrance back, as good as educating those who had escaped.
The deputy of a UNFPA in Nigeria, Ms. Rati Ndhlovu, had also been quoted as saying, “The girls are using from home and they have no menstruation pads and have zero to use. They need water. They need a simple things that keep a lady dignified.”