Hajiya Aishatu, one of the victims of the deadly Boko Haram sect, has issued a stern warning to the Federal government concerning the missing Chibok girls.
The woman, who is now taking refuge in Jos, Plateau state, said that bringing back Chibok girls into the country might spell doom for Nigeria’s anti-terrorism stance.
Aishatu giving the warning in an interview said: “Bringing back Chibok girls would amount to importing vampires into the country, the campaign for Chibok girls is not in the interest of this country.
“Chibok girls are not existing anywhere in the world, most of them had been used as suicide bombers by those who abducted them.”
“Young girls involved in suicide attacks in the last two years till date were the Chibok girls, it will be a waste of time for anyone to be talking of rescuing Chibok girls,” she added.
The Boko Haram survivor, who comes from Bama village, was lucky to fled to Jos during the heat of the terror war in the north-east.
Aishatu saw the killing of her husband and two children before her narrow escape urged the government to watch the activities of those engaged in the Bring Back our Girls Campaign base in Abuja because those involved are acting on absolute ignorance or they are not sincere to the nation.
“If at all Chibok girls exist anywhere, bringing them back to Nigeria will even spell doom for this country because they have been trained to see the country as the land of evil men,” she continued.
The woman appealed to National Emergency Management Agency to devise a means of identify those victims who are not staying in the camps now due to the kindness of their relations who gave them shelter by including them in the rehabilitation program of the federal government.
Boko Haram members stormed the government secondary school in the remote town of Chibok in Borno state on the evening of April 14, 2014, abducting 276 girls who were preparing for end-of-year exams.
Fifty-seven escaped but nothing has been heard of the more than 200 others since their appearance in a Boko Haram video.
One the commanders of the sect recently said that the terrorists didn’t know the location of the girls.
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