Chibok Money: Controversy Rises Over Alleged 100 Million Naira Cash Gift

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A new controversy is brewing in Chibok village, with parents of the abducted girls alleging that they have been shortchanged by Chibok community leaders who received N100 Million cash gift from the Presidency, on their behalf.
Although a presidential aide denied any such gift to Chibok parents, through their leaders, one parent, Mr Abdu Halidu, told the BBC that he got only N200, 000 from the money. Now the parents of the missing girls are saying that the amount shared to them is unacceptable. According to Mr Halidu “I got only N200, 000 out of the said N100 million. Some of us got N300,000 and some less than that. Our leaders in Abuja are using the girls to enrich themselves and this is unacceptable.”

Meanwhile, the leadership of Kibaku community an umbrella body for the Chibok community has denied claims that money exchanged hands after the community’s meeting with President Goodluck Jonathan.

Bring Back Our Girls coordinator and Former Education minister, Oby Ezekwisili weighed in on the subject on Twitter and from her tweets, she believes that indeed money exxchanged hands.


What are your thoughts on this recent development?

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