#BringBackOurDapchiGirls| #FreeDapchiGirlsNow

#BringBackOurDapchiGirls| #FreeDapchiGirlsNow

#BringBackOurDapchiGirls| #FreeDapchiGirlsNow

February 19, 2018 was a dark Monday in Dapchi, Yobe State, Nigeria, as Boko Haram terrorist group stormed a government girls school in the peaceful town, abducting 115 young girls in the process.

Report say that the dreaded killer-group dressed in military uniforms, making it easier to penetrate the school.

This article isn’t meant to blame anyone, who was at fault or who carries the biggest blame. It’s indeed a moment of sober reflection and a time to come together to make sure these young beautiful girls don’t toe the line of how Chibok incidence was handled.

Some of the girls kidnapped by Boko Haram April 2014 were later freed while whereabouts of some others are unknown.

Wherever where you are, whatever the language you speak, wheretever your religion is, no child deserves to be kidnapped by a group of criminals ,who hide under religion.

No religion allows such inhumane act, and it must be condemned by everyone reading this: whether you’re from the west, east, south, or the north, where this terrible things are happening.

Our northern brothers and sisters deserve our love. My January 2017 visit to Maiduguri, Borno State clearly changed my perspective about north and her loving people. There are bad and good people in the west, south, and the north isn’t an exception.

Irrespective of your language, you’re free to drop your comments below or on any platform you’re familiar with using the hashtag #BringBackOurDapchiGirls or #FreeDapchiGirlsNow.

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Let’s put ourselves in the shoes of the parents,whose children were abducted. The fact that this is happening in the north shows and tells us that it can get to any part of Nigeria (not a wish, but a reality of things if something drastic isn’t done urgently by Nigerian government.

No one is safe!

Amina Usman, one of girls that narrowly escaped.
Photo credit: AFP

The escape of one of the girls, Amina Mallam Usman, has gone viral on how she managed to flee from the shackles of the vampires, called Boko Haram.

Amina said: “When Boko Haram came to our school, we thought they were soldiers because they dressed like soldiers.

“We ran, and then one of them called us. One of them asked me to come to the car. I got close to the car, and then one of them started laughing at me, moved closer to them, thinking they were soldiers.

“I soon realized that they were not soldiers. As I made to run away, one of them tried to grab me. I dodged him but he got my hijab. I quickly removed my hijab and left him with it and ran away. I thought I was dead.

“They entered our hostel again, but some of us ran into the bush. I ran up to five kilometres and hid in one Fulani settlement called Miligia.”

With this on the scene experience by Amina, only God knows what others in their captivity are passing through right now.

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As at Saturday, February 24, 2018, parents of the abducted girls released the names of 105 girls.

1. Fatima Bashir
2. Aisha Kachalla
3. Zainab Abubakar
4. Falmata Wakil
5. Fatima Isa
6. Fatima Musa
7. Aisha Usman
8. Aisha Adamu
9. Fatima Isa
10. Hauwa A. Mohammed Idriss
11. Maryam Mohammed
12. Fatima Mohammed II
13. Hauwa Salisu
14. Hassana Gambo
15. Aisha Adamu
16. Adama Garba
17. Zara Grema
18. Maryam Daamkontoma
19. Zainab Bama
20. Fatsuma Abdullahi
21. Fatima Yahaya Tarbutu
22. Amina Yahaya Tarbutu
23. Amina Adamu
24. Hajara Ali
25. Fatima Abdullahi
26. Fatsuma Ali
27. Zara’U Mohammed
28. Salamatu Garba
29. Falmata Alh. Inuwa
30. Falmata Alh. Ali
31. Aisha B. Danjuma
32. Maryam Bashir
33. Maryam Aliyu Mabu
34. Fatima Modu Bamba
35. Aisha Modu Bamba
36. Hafsat Haruna
37. Rabi Alh. Nasiru
38. Hadiza Moh’D
39. Fatima Aji Hassan
40. Falmata Wakil
41. Aisha Wakil
42. Falmata A. Audu
43. Aisha Maina
44. Aisha Mohammed
45. Aisha Mamuda
46. Name missing on list
47.Zainab Usman
48. Hadiza Mohammed Taiduma
49. Maryam Ibrahim
50. Fatima M. Gira
51. Hafsat Ibrahim Gira
52. Maryam Ibrahim
53. Zara Tijjani
54. Amina Haruna
55. Fatima Adamu
56. Khadija Mai Sale
57. Khadija Ali
58. Habiba Musa Jakana
59 Fatima Bukar
60. Hajara Gidado
61. Maryam Basiru
62. Fatima Usman
63. Maryam Ibrahim
64. Leah Sherubu
65. Aisha Alh. Deri
66. Fatima Hassan Mustapha
67. Zainab Manu
68. Zara Tijjani
69. Zainab Bukar Abba
70. Hauwa Saidu Abubakar
71. Karima Inusa
72. Amina A. Abubakar
73. Yakura Sani
74. Rabi Yahaya Tela
75. Hajara Yahaya Tela
76. Marya Mustapha
77. Aisha Abdullahi
78. Maryam Adamu Mohammed
79. Bintu Usman
80. Fatsuma Mohammed
81. Salamatu Isiyaku
82. Hauwa Lawan
83. Aisha B. Danjuma
84. Aisha Moh’D Jakusko
85. Hauwa Bulama
86. Fatima Abubakar Jambo
87. Walida Adamu
88. Fanna Mohammed
89. Aisha M. Bukar
90. Maryam Usman
91. Aisha Abba Aji
92. Maryam Usman
93. Maimuna A. Hassan
94. Zara Musa
95. Maryam Mohammed Kaku
96. Khadija Suleiman
97. Habiba Nuhu Dan Inu
98. Fatima Isiyaku Aliyu
99. Sahura Jibir Mohammed
100. Khadija Grema Dabuwa
101. Zara Grema Dabuwa
102. Zara Mohammed Lawan
103. Fatima Mohammed
104. Fati Modu Aisami
105. Fatsuma Alli

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Use the hashtags #BringBackOurDapchiGirls or #FreeDapchiGirlsNow in your comments, and you’re free to invite your friends to join the campaign.
I pray for the timely liberation of those abducted as i charge all the security operatives to sit up .

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