Chibok ladies: Many abductees lifeless, says journalist

Aisha Oyebode. a founder of the Bring Back Our Girls movement speaks behind a banner with photographs of missing girls to press for the release of the remaining 112 Chibok schoolgirls at a vigil in Lagos on April 13, 2018.Image copyright

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112 of the 276 Chibok schoolgirls who have been kidnapped in 2014 are nonetheless lacking

A Nigerian journalist with hyperlinks to the Islamist team Boko Haram has claimed simplest 15 out of the 112 lacking Chibok ladies are nonetheless alive.

The 276 schoolgirls have been kidnapped by means of Boko Haram precisely 4 years in the past. Many have since been launched.

Ahmad Salkida mentioned he had negotiated for the women’ unencumber on behalf of the federal government, however a number of alternatives to have them freed were ignored.

The Nigerian govt mentioned there used to be no explanation why to assume some could also be lifeless.

A spokesperson instructed the BBC the federal government used to be nonetheless in discussions with Boko Haram to protected the discharge of the 112 ladies who stay lacking.

Mr Salkida mentioned the management of former President Goodluck Jonathan had requested him to barter for the discharge of the Chibok schoolgirls two weeks once they have been kidnapped.

He mentioned he had organized for a prisoner change on 5 events, however delays from the then govt resulted in a breakdown in negotiations.

Mr Salkida would no longer divulge the names of the rest ladies, mentioning that this used to be the duty of the Nigerian govt.

The kidnapping resulted in an international outcry for his or her unencumber.

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