Chibok Community Slams Buhari – With 2 years gone since the reported kidnapping of over 200 students from a school in Chibok, the community isn’t happy with events so far.
The bulk of the girls haven’t been rescued, and according to Enoch Mark, a parent of one of the girls, the community is disappointed with how President Muhammad Buhari’s government has so far handled the matter.
“It has been two years since the abduction of our daughters. When the former government was in office, I was not happy. I was saying they were not doing well. But when Buhari came in, I was expecting him to do something to rescue our daughters,” Mark said in a recent interview.
“It looks like the past government and this present one the difference is very little. Concerning the Chibok girls, the past government was a bit closer to us. I was expecting this present government to do better, but it looks like this government has made us lose hope. If this is how they will continue we the parents have little hope.
“I don’t have much hope. We have heard of the rescue of 270, 1000 girls and women, but we have not heard of the rescue of one Chibok girl. Does it mean they don’t know?”