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Thursday, 18 May 2017

Presidency reveals name of new Chibok school girl who escaped from Boko Haram captivity

According to the Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity to acting President Yemi Osinbajo, Laolu Akande, the Chibok school girl who escaped from Boko Haram captivity yesterday is Mariam Mohammed-Isa. She is 15 years old and was a JSS 1 student.

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Abegi

Alloy Chikezie said...

That means she was just twelve when she was abducted... How sad.
Thank God she is alive.

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Anonymous said...

I thought they told us that those that were kidnapped were writing waec? #justaskingteam .

Roberto said...

wait i thought they were all ss3 students that were about to write waec and neco

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has the story behind the kidnapping changed. the truth is always one but lies have different versions.

Vivian Reginalds said...

Poor thing
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FredLaw said...

JSS1? Thought they were preparing for WAEC physics?

Anonymous said...

I thought initially they said the chibok girls were students who came to take WAEC at that time. Being fifteen, she must have been eleven or twelve. And now she is fifteen and in JS 1. Na wa

OSINANL said...

WHAT ABOUT HER BABY?

patrick said...

Pls am confuse here ooo! Wat was a js1 student doin in sch durin holiday? We all know dat durin dat period it was only ss3 students dat were in sch Bcoz of their exams! Abeg make una tell us d true jor

Anonymous said...

Heheheee! Naija! But I thought the Government told us they were writing WAEC when they were kidnapped? How can a 12years old girl writing WAEC? #justasking#

Anonymous said...

Heheheee! Naija! But I thought the Government told us they were writing WAEC when they were kidnapped? How can a 12years old girl writing WAEC? #justasking#

victor kelvin said...

How did she escape te bondage of Biko haram... how possible is it y didn't she escape since it's now that we are all discussing abt Buhari traveling dat she knows she will escape to avert our mind

Anonymous said...

Madam Linda and company please stop blocking this particular comment. Those who comment on you blog spend time, energy and money to keep your business alive. This is perhaps the 101st time I would post it. Do you want me to believe that you are deliberately being selective with the comments that you publish on your blog????? My comment below contains no insult. Abeg madam! Publish my comment!

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, all wearing WELL-SEWN, FITTING dresses? 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, behavior, 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 story we were told was that 276 students sitting for their Physics WAEC exam were kidnapped. The average age of students in SS3 is 16 or 17. How come Mariam Mohammed-Isa, the Chibok girl "that escaped yesterday from 3 years Boko Haram bondage" (the choice words of Laolu Akande, the Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity to acting President Yemi Osinbajo) is only 15 years old and in JSS1???. This means she was "allegedly kidnapped" when she was only 12 years old. What a funny contradiction!

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, A 21ST CENTURY NIGERIAN SCAM. My views!!!

Anonymous said...

Madam Linda and company please stop blocking this particular comment. Those who comment on you blog spend time, energy and money to keep your business alive. This is perhaps the 101st time I would post it. Do you want me to believe that you are deliberately being selective with the comments that you publish on your blog????? My comment below contains no insult. Abeg madam! Publish my comment!

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, all wearing WELL-SEWN, FITTING dresses? 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, behavior, 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 story we were told was that 276 students sitting for their Physics WAEC exam were kidnapped. The average age of students in SS3 is 16 or 17. How come Mariam Mohammed-Isa, the Chibok girl "that escaped yesterday from 3 years Boko Haram bondage" (the choice words of Laolu Akande, the Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity to acting President Yemi Osinbajo) is only 15 years old and in JSS1???. This means she was "allegedly kidnapped" when she was only 12 years old. What a funny contradiction!

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, A 21ST CENTURY NIGERIAN SCAM. My views!!!

Anonymous said...

May 29 diversionary tactics. If una like make una see all of them it doesnt change the fact that this govt has failed the people. 2 years of nothing.

Sam said...

Not all. Most of them were writing junior waec

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