Chibok Girls Would’ve Been Found Had Jonathan Sprung To Action Immediately They Were Abducted – Dogara

Yakubu DogaraSpeaker of the House of Representatives, Rt. Hon. Yakubu Dogara, has called on public office holders to take a vow to never let politics take eminence over the discharge of their duties.
Mr. Dogara made the call Wednesday on the second anniversary of the abduction of 276 girls from their dormitory in Government Girls Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State by Boko Haram Terrorists.
While dozens were able to escape, it is believed that 219 more of the Chibok girls are still being held captive by Boko Haram at undisclosed locations.
In a series of tweets via his handle @SpeakerDogara, the number four citizen said had the past government moved swiftly to action when it got wind of the girls’ abduction, they most likely would have been reunited with their families by now.
The immediate past Goodluck Jonathan administration, under which the abduction took place, was accused of indifference to the incident for over two weeks not until it sparked global outrage with President Barack Obama of the United States among other world leaders and global icons, lending their voice to the campaign to “#BringBackOurGirls”.
The speaker also urged Nigerians to spare a thought and a word of prayer for the souls of scores of students, who were killed in cold blood by the terrorists on their assembly ground in Potiskum and in their dormitories in Buni Yadi, all in Yobe State.
See his tweets below:


  1. That was a no-brainer. Jonathan couldn’t care a shit about anything that happened up North during his time in Aso Rock. If it had happened in his own enclave, I doubt if he would have still acted – that’s the nature of the man – so docile to a fault.


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