Buzzing Today: New facts emerge on Dapchi girls – Abduction not carried out by Boko haram


Joe Parkinson, an award-winning journalist who has covered revolutions, conflicts, and economic crises in more than 40 countries in a recent Twitter post made deep revelations about the abduction of the Dapchi school girls. Parkinson, of The Wall Street Journal, (the Wall Street Journal, based in New York City, is America’s most circulated newspaper with more than 2 million copies daily) in a series of tweets yesterday revealed that Dapchi girls abduction not carried out by Boko haram. See thread below;

Meanwhile, Amnesty says that between 2:00 pm and 6:00 pm on February 19, at least five calls were made to tell the security services that Islamist fighters were in the Dapchi area. Locals spotted about 50 members of the Islamic State group affiliate in a convoy of nine vehicles in Futchimiram, about 30 kilometres (19 miles) from Dapchi, then at Gumsa. Amnesty, whose researchers spoke to about 23 people and three security officials, said the army command in Geidam had told callers they were aware of the situation and were monitoring.

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  • This stories if true, clearly shows that the military and Government of Nigeria are involved with what is happening.

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