As the Nigerian military continues to recapture more territories from the Boko Haram sect, the #BringBackOurGirls (BBOG) group has expressed concern over the fate of the 219 Chibok school girls, who were abducted by the sect, April 14, 2014.
Speaking during the normal sit-out of the group at the Unity Fountain, Abuja, one of its members, Dr Allen Manasseh, stated that many communities were said to have been recaptured by the military and wondered why there have not been any signs of the abducted girls.
Manasseh, who is also a native of Chibok, however, stated that it was the more reason why the BBOG group should not stop asking questions from the government about the abducted girls and when they will be returned to their families safe and alive.
“I am beginning to get worried that after many communities have been recaptured by the Nigerian army, they have not come up with the abducted girls. Bama, Gwoza, Sambisa, Buniyadi axis and other communities have been cleared, so where exactly are the Chibok girls? We have to keep asking questions”, he said.