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Saturday, 13 May 2017

Photos/Videos: AK 47 clutching Chibok girl explains why she doesn't want to return home

Last week, one of the negotiators for the release of the 82 Chibok school girls, disclosed that one of the girls refused to be freed saying she's found her husband at the terrorist camp and would love to be with him. In a new video released by the terrorist group, four of the supposed Chibok girls, one of them armed with AK 47, explained why they do not want to return home. The girls spoke in Hausa. According to journalist Ahmad Salkida, one of the girls in the video is Maida Yakubu...


43 comments:

Faith Ogaga's (SIM-MATES ACCESSORIES) said...

Make dem sitdown there na !!

CHERYL (aka FROM GLORY to GLORY) said...

Looks staged to me.


Long live LIB

Anonymous said...

The Chibok tale is currently the best selling movie in Nigeria. Proudly produced and directed by Buhari and APC. WeldoneSirs! To all those that believe this fiction, go for deliverance

Emy said...

As stupid as they want some 'itiboribos' to believe them, BH allow to take a pix of the 'chibok girl' and also ask her questions too? Anyways, i leave for the hailers to decipher.

Alloy Chikezie said...

SMH. These girls are forced to do this, they're acting it.

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Hrm paul said...

Wetin concern us u wil die like a rat

Anonymous said...

These girls are been forced to do this.. Can't you see the pain in their eyes??

Opeyemi Ogundipe said...

Is this how we go dey dey?

Opeyemi Ogundipe said...

So funny a country.

Anonymous said...

Look at the background of the video. This girls are kept in the houses of top APC chieftains. The governor of Borno state is aware of their destination. Nigerians don't be deceived.

Jay Blaze said...

Season 5 coming soon

Anonymous said...

SMH I reserve my comment

edDREAMZ said...

a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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Only if i could watch the video but i cant... I think we should not be surprised that any of this things happened bcos they were taken when they were little and at that stage can be easily manipualated into diving into this unwanted act..... My condolence goes to the parent nothing else....
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***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

SongsOfSUSSAN said...

These girls want to go home, they are being forced to do this. Just look at their eyes and body language. SHAME on the lies that they refused to return.

Anonymous said...

Stupid girls,na prick they sweet dem,sex slaves, stupid things

Anonymous said...

Everything looks staged to Nigerians! Why are Nigerians like this? Looks staged!? When some of their mothers are still crying, Nigerians are saying "chibok-is-a-scam" it's not fair

DucciGreen said...

These r supposed wAEC candidates. But they can't speak English!

prince samuel said...

Na wao

Anonymous said...

Dey cant speak english is not d case my sista, if u happen to serve in either igbo state or north nd even yoruba town u will knw dat most of dem dnt speak english, dey love dere native language nd not ready to strt speaking in english

kel ose said...

Madam Linda! You suppose translate the hausa for person na.

Truthurts said...

Every tin about Chibok girls is a Stage. Hausa girls love see more than anytin else, This is because d re exposed 2 see @ a very tender age. D can rot there 4 all I care!

RareSpecie Z said...

Stockholm syndrome.

Pretty woman friend said...

These buhari n his pp,thinks we r fools

Anonymous said...

You can see their pain? Hmm, there is God ooh! Chai.

Anonymous said...

Northerners should know that everybody are not gullible like they are.
1. This crab is acted like that of a movie
2. If they were still going to release the BH commander to release these girl y do they have to take this long for the exchange
3. Waec Candidates and they cant speak english
4. Take a look at the background, never knew BH are living large
Aje ku iya le ma je all ye behind the massacre

Anonymous said...

Before u start sounding dumb,bcos u had the privileged of growing up in a big city and attended a good school where English language is well spoken by everyone, doesn't mean in the rural communities can't learn or study bcos they don't speak emglish, for ur info smartass, u can teach all subjects in any language.

Anonymous said...

You forget so easily? Did this start in Buhari and APC time? Try and be objective with your comments.

Jumsy said...

Some of u that said they are supposed waec candidates, but they can't speak English,'ve u been to the north before? Go to their villages school for ur confirmation, is it because u were born in d city English is very sweet in ur mouth u thought that is how it is for other pple,I school in d village too not in the north o,here in d south most of us can not speak fluently in other not to fool our self we will shot our mouth.I did my service in d north, majority of them in d village can not speak English.all of u saying it is a scam,Jonathan set up a committee to investigate d case they never told us it was a scam then.do u want to tell us that pple that are not relent in their effort in making sure that those girls are release are foolish? Like madam ex minister of Education.pls stop sll this scam,scam matter,someone even said they were kept in one of the APC official 's house ,all this years No whistles blower to open their secret pls reason with ur head not ur anus .

Anonymous said...

Lies all

Anonymous said...

Lies all!!!

Anonymous said...

As in i am highly itritated with the insensitivity of most nigerians. We have a name and a surname their pictures are every where how come una never identify one of those girls as maybe your neigbour's daughters? We are not talking about 10 girls we are saying more than hundred girls with photos names and surnames, waec registration numbers. How daft can you guys be???
Ok so CNN a very credible news channel would be giving fake news?? I remeber they were camped in Chibok and aisha sasay was the reporter.Jonathan lost the election all these pdp sore lossers he did a horrible job as a president can we move on???
My former security man is from chibok, i personally asked him and he confirmed the story and told me first hand gist and that was his reason for running to lagos, after his sister was kidnapped. I pray if any of you is in dire situation the world would never take you serious and would say it is a sham!!!
Arrant nonesense!!!!!

Anonymous said...

This is dangerous for Nigeria news

CHERYL (aka FROM GLORY to GLORY) said...

You lack comprehension bt thats your problem ignoramus anon. I never mentioned the rescue of chibok girls. Am only talking about the news in context. The welding of ak-47 seems fake to me dear. Nothing can change my opinion.

Long live LIB

Keny Salami said...

Brainwashed !!!

ijeoma iduh said...

Including physics???

Sarah Aluya said...

Somebod should explain It in English language

Anonymous said...

IJ u b badass oo, Lol

Vivian Reginalds said...

when just beside her, there's someone threatening her life with a gun!!!
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

Anonymous said...

Madam Linda and company please stop blocking this particular comment. This is perhaps the 100th time I would post it and it would NEVER be published. Do you want me to believe that you are deliberately being selective with what the comments that you publish on your blog?????

Permit me to ask SOME VERY SIMPLE BUT REASONABLE QUESTIONS here. Please reason along with me...

(1.) The average SS3 set in a Secondary School in Nigeria will have about 6 classes (SS3A to SS3F) with an average of 35 students in each class. This brings the total number of students in SS3 set to 210 students (35 X 6 = 210). This would include students in Science, Arts, and Commercial. That said, WE ALL IN NIGERIA AND INDEED THE WHOLE WORLD KNOW that Northern Nigeria is EDUCATIONALLY BACKWARD compared to Southern Nigeria. We may thus reduce this number by about 20%. This would leave the total number of students at 168 students (210 X 80% = 168). On the average, we usually have 2 to 3 Science classes in each SS set. The number of Science students progressively shrinks from SS1 to SS3 as more students become uncomfortable with Science subjects. In 98% of Secondary Schools in Nigeria, we might just have 2 Science classes, usually SS3A and SS3B. This is a total number of 70 Students in Southern Nigeria secondary schools and 56 Students in Northern Nigeria secondary schools.
The "easiest" of the Science subjects for most students is Biology followed by Chemistry and Physics. HOW ON EARTH WILL AN ALL-FEMALE SECONDARY SCHOOL IN NORTHERN NIGERIA HAVE 276 STUDENTS SITTING FOR A PHYSICS FINAL EXAM IN ONE DAY??? THIS IS SIMPLY ILLOGICAL, UNREASONABLE AND, I DARE SAY, IMPOSSIBLE!!!!

(2.) Now think about this. How possible is it to release 82 young girls and within 24 hours THEY ALL are being flown from Borno State in North East Nigeria to Abuja in Central Nigeria for a meeting with the President? We are talking about young girls who "have supposedly been in captivity for about 3 years", have not been debriefed after their "purported release from captivity", not medically examined, not psychologically evaluated, and their experiences not properly catalogued. This is the STANDARD PROCEDURE even for military personnel not to mention young girls; 82 IN NUMBER!!! The physical appearance, behaviour, body language, and countenance of the girls we see in the government-published pictures DO NOT SUGGEST persons who have been subjected to the horrendous, mind-shattering captivity of the deadly Boko Haram sect.

The best form of rehabilitation is to ensure the girls are quickly reunited with family members whom they have known and trusted all their lives. Family members are better placed to show genuine love, concern, care, and attention than paid government officials like Minister of Women Affairs and Social Development Aisha Alhassan. It is ludicrous to read that the best form of rehabilitation for these girls is to "strangers" to take them to movies and parks. In saner climes, no effort would have been spared to locate close relatives of these "purported released Chibok girls" and fly them down to Abuja immediately to meet with their children. Yet, it is expected that hard-pressed, financially incapable relatives would have to make their way unaided by the government from Borno State to Abuja to see their children. What a joke!!!

I do not doubt that some innocent girls from Chibok Community were kidnapped, like many other girls have been kidnapped from various communities in the North East. However, EVERYTHING about the Missing Chibok Girls Story (276 Students) seems like a prevarication, mendacity, canard. It seems more like an urban legend, tales by moonlight, a falsehood, a load of baloney. My views!!!

Anonymous said...

Madam Linda and company please stop blocking this particular comment. This is perhaps the 100th time I would post it and it would NEVER be published. Do you want me to believe that you are deliberately being selective with what the comments that you publish on your blog?????

Permit me to ask SOME VERY SIMPLE BUT REASONABLE QUESTIONS here. Please reason along with me...

(1.) The average SS3 set in a Secondary School in Nigeria will have about 6 classes (SS3A to SS3F) with an average of 35 students in each class. This brings the total number of students in SS3 set to 210 students (35 X 6 = 210). This would include students in Science, Arts, and Commercial. That said, WE ALL IN NIGERIA AND INDEED THE WHOLE WORLD KNOW that Northern Nigeria is EDUCATIONALLY BACKWARD compared to Southern Nigeria. We may thus reduce this number by about 20%. This would leave the total number of students at 168 students (210 X 80% = 168). On the average, we usually have 2 to 3 Science classes in each SS set. The number of Science students progressively shrinks from SS1 to SS3 as more students become uncomfortable with Science subjects. In 98% of Secondary Schools in Nigeria, we might just have 2 Science classes, usually SS3A and SS3B. This is a total number of 70 Students in Southern Nigeria secondary schools and 56 Students in Northern Nigeria secondary schools.
The "easiest" of the Science subjects for most students is Biology followed by Chemistry and Physics. HOW ON EARTH WILL AN ALL-FEMALE SECONDARY SCHOOL IN NORTHERN NIGERIA HAVE 276 STUDENTS SITTING FOR A PHYSICS FINAL EXAM IN ONE DAY??? THIS IS SIMPLY ILLOGICAL, UNREASONABLE AND, I DARE SAY, IMPOSSIBLE!!!!

(2.) Now think about this. How possible is it to release 82 young girls and within 24 hours THEY ALL are being flown from Borno State in North East Nigeria to Abuja in Central Nigeria for a meeting with the President? We are talking about young girls who "have supposedly been in captivity for about 3 years", have not been debriefed after their "purported release from captivity", not medically examined, not psychologically evaluated, and their experiences not properly catalogued. This is the STANDARD PROCEDURE even for military personnel not to mention young girls; 82 IN NUMBER!!! The physical appearance, behaviour, body language, and countenance of the girls we see in the government-published pictures DO NOT SUGGEST persons who have been subjected to the horrendous, mind-shattering captivity of the deadly Boko Haram sect.

The best form of rehabilitation is to ensure the girls are quickly reunited with family members whom they have known and trusted all their lives. Family members are better placed to show genuine love, concern, care, and attention than paid government officials like Minister of Women Affairs and Social Development Aisha Alhassan. It is ludicrous to read that the best form of rehabilitation for these girls is to "strangers" to take them to movies and parks. In saner climes, no effort would have been spared to locate close relatives of these "purported released Chibok girls" and fly them down to Abuja immediately to meet with their children. Yet, it is expected that hard-pressed, financially incapable relatives would have to make their way unaided by the government from Borno State to Abuja to see their children. What a joke!!!

I do not doubt that some innocent girls from Chibok Community were kidnapped, like many other girls have been kidnapped from various communities in the North East. However, EVERYTHING about the Missing Chibok Girls Story (276 Students) seems like a prevarication, mendacity, canard. It seems more like an urban legend, tales by moonlight, a falsehood, a load of baloney. My views!!!

Anonymous said...

I don't care what you people say, one of the rescued girls said, it was politicians that did this. Why becos they were kept in a politicians house for 8 months.

Anonymous said...

I concur.

JohnJohn Uket said...

Interesting

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