Parents Of Chibok Girls: We’re Ready To Die In Sambisa Forest In Search Of Our Daughters

Parents of the abducted Chibok schools girls and other residents of the community have said they are prepared to die in Sambisa forest for the rescue of the girls.

The distraught parents and residents who are still mourning the loss of their children, who have been missing for close to 3 months, after they were abducted in a night raid by Boko Haram, said they are left with no other option but to storm the forest and get their girls back.

The parents who disclosed this to Leadership in Maiduguri yesterday said, they would be happy to receive the corpses of their daughters for decent burial than for them to remain in Boko Haram’s captivity without any knowledge of what they are passing through.

However, the Borno State chairman of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Reverend Titus Pona, explained that the people have already started mobilising themselves to go in search of the girls inside Sambisa Forest as they feel the government is not doing enough to rescue the girls, but that stakeholders in the area have been pleading with them not to embark on such a deadly mission.

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