‘No girls are missing!’ – Ex Niger Delta militant Asari Dokubo declares

The leader of Niger Delta Peoples Volunteer Force (NDPVF) Mujahid Dokubo Asari yesterday expressed his doubt over the veracity of abducted Chibok girls.

The Niger Delta activist shared the status of one Tony Nwajei where controversial questions connected with the abduction were raised.

According to Mujahid Dokubo Asari, these are “the right questions begging for answers”: why there is such difference in the testimony given by the principal, why none of the girls while trekking from Chibok (almost km) at night didn’t try to escape. 

He also wondered why senator knew all the details regarding the movement and condition of the abducted girls, why people were calling for resignation of President Goodluck Jonathan, but not a word about the Governor of Borno State “who against the counsel of WAEC and the federal ministry of education allowed the girls to write the exams in Chibok”. 

The activist finally added:

“What is the relationship between the APC and Boko Haram?…why was it possible for the APC government in Yobe state to conduct local government election without the sound of a single knockout? What superior security arrangement do they have and why was it not deployed in Chibok to prevent the ‘abduction’ of the girls?

Stop playing this evil politics….Pass the message NO GIRLS ARE MISSING.”

Well…, what do you think of Asari’s claims?

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