BBOG anxious over relationship between Buhari govt and Boko Haram

BBOG anxious over relationship between Buhari govt and Boko Haram

BBOG anxious over relationship between Buhari govt and Boko Haram

According to her mates, it was because she is a Christian and refused to convert to Islam as demanded by her captors.

There Dapchi community in Busari local government of Yobe state has been thrown into confusion over Leah Sharibu, the only girl in captivity out of the 110 students abducted on February 19.

While receiving the Dapchi schoolgirls freed by their Boko Haram on Friday, Buhari said his government was ready to "rehabilitate and integrate" into the society repentant insurgents as a shortcut to achieving lasting peace in the country.

The 2019 Oyo governorship aspirant on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) said, "It is curious to note that the abductors of the girls returned them the same way they were taken away with no security network to check the movement". The mass kidnapping sparked global outrage and a campaign to bring the girls back.

Buhari, a 75-year-old former military ruler, has in the last few weeks toured areas hit by security problems, but has not said if he will seek re-election.

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Instead of lining them up for photocalls on Buhari's lawn, some Dapchi parents, who did not find their children among those Boko Haram dropped off, wanted to talk to the returned girls to find out what happened.

The Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF) on Saturday asked the Boko Haram insurgents to lay down their arms and embrace the Federal Government's amnesty offer.

"The insurgents' only condition was their demands for cessation of hostilities and temporary ceasefire to enable them to return the girls at the point they picked", said Daura, who was involved in the negotiations. The release of the girls came with a chilling warning from their captors - "no more school". It was not military action that freed the girls but secret negotiations mediated by local and worldwide mediators, though military pressure on Boko Haram must have played a role too.

"Nobody was contacting me, I did not talk to anyone, no one told me about the situation", he said. Almost four years later, about 100 of them have never returned home.

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