Sunday, 3 August 2014

Chibok Girls: Bring in foreign troops to help search for our daughters Parents

Apparently distraught by the continued absence of their daughters currently in the captivity of the Boko Haram sect, parents of the abducted girls want federal government to allow foreign troops to be sent in search for the schoolgirls.

One of the abducted girls fathers told LEADERSHIP Sunday on phone that We are tired of waiting. If our soldiers have challenges concerning their weapons, they should go and bring in foreign troops to help us rescue our daughters, said the middle-aged man, whose names would not be mentioned for security reasons.
The man who said the lives of the 219 girls have become an issue of politics, pleaded that government should forget its pride and call in those who can assist them to rescue our girls.
This is getting out of hand and the girls days with Boko Haram are now over 100 days. Yet, we take it as if it was all a joke. If our soldiers have to wait until they get new weapons that are being purchased by government, then let the federal government allow American troops that showed interest in the rescue come and help us out before it is too late, said the aggrieved father, who claimed he was not part of those that met the President last week at the Aso Rock Villa.
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