Nigerians begin to doubt the story of the abducted Chibok girls, even as the world focuses it's searchlight on Nigeria!
3 weeks after the reported abduction of 276 girls from G. G. S. S Chibok, Nigerians have shockingly started doubting if the girls were actually abducted. This is coming as the attention of the world has turned to Nigeria and the search for the missing girls.
Governor Godswill Akpabio of Akwa Ibom state, Charles Novia, Mujahid Asari Dokubo are a few of the public figures that have aired their doubts on the matter.
Here's what Governor Godswill Akbabio said in an interview on Channels tv.
"I don't have the details but there are a lot of mysteries surrounding this situation. Two hundred and thirty something girls, for you to take them out of the school, you need a lot of vehicles.What were the security agents in that area doing? What was the reaction of the school principal? And how come the principal's daughters were not abducted? The female teachers were not touched?"Northen CAN also raised these points in their press release
How did Boko Haram carry over 200 students and their food stolen by these criminals from the school? Was it carried with trailer?
Why is it that since this issue came up, no single photograph of the abducted children was made public by the school authorities? After all, they were preparing for exams and may have submitted their photographs.
Where were the daughters of the Principal, Vice Principal and Chief Security Officer when the abduction took place?
Former Niger Delta militant Asari Dokubo posted this on his Facebook page.
Movie producer Charles Novia also revealed his doubts below.
Meanwhile the world is still neck deep in the bring back our girls campaign.....