Chibok Community rubbishes claim of ‘100 girls unwilling to leave Boko Haram’
The chairman of Chibok community in Abuja, Tsambido Hosea Abana, told Oak reporters that the relationship between Chibok community and the #BringBackOurGirls campaigners still remains cordial amid rumors of a rift.
He made this known during the special sit-out of the group in Abuja on October 20, 2016 at the Unity Fountain.
Tsambido stated that the Chibok community is grateful to the #BBOG campaigners for their unrelenting advocacy demanding the release of their daughters.
On the issue of one hundred of the girls not willing to leave their Boko Haram captors, the chairman swiftly dismissed the reports, describing it as an act of evil induced by perpetrators to distract the populace in the call for the release of the remaining girls. He labelled the carriers of this rumor as ‘liars’.
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