Boko Haram Contacts Aisha Wakil Over Abducted Dapchi Schoolgirls
A Human Right Activist, Aisha Wakil has said that the pupils of Government Girls Technical College, Dapchi, Yobe State kidnapped by Boko Haram are in safe hands.
She said that the Boko Haram insurgents had contacted her that nothing would happen to the girls and that they are in good health condition.
Wakil, who was one of the negotiators, the past administration of President Goodluck Jonathan was using, said she had been pleading with the Boko Haram to release the girls and was very sure that soon the girls would be freed.
Wakil stated that members of the insurgency called her mummy and that the girls were with one of her sons who would not do them any harm.
Asked if she could visit them where the girls were kept, Wakil stated that the Boko Haram refused but promised that the girls would be released at the appropriate time.
There are 110 girls abducted by the dreaded terrorists, according to the list released by the Federal Government.
Meanwhile, the troops of the Nigerian Army have intensified effort to locate the whereabouts of the girls. The soldiers have beamed their searchlight to Chad and some other neighbouring countries, including part of Cameroon, investigation revealed.