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Photos: Boko Haram Terrorists Who Dropped Dapchi Schools Girls In Yobe In Exchange For Prisoners

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Check out the insurgents who dropped off the dapchi school girls in the heart of Dapchi town in Yobe state on Wednesday around 7am.

According to Sahara, the Federal Government paid huge ransom to secure the release of the children. In addition to that, SR learnt that some prisoners were released in return for the Dapchi girls.

The members of the Jihadi sect were seen driving around Dapchi without fear after releasing the girls as residents hailed them.

They reportedly left after admonishing the residents on the teaching of Islam for about 20 minutes.



  1. DB

    March 22, 2018 at 7:56 AM

    If not for the colonial masters who forced these savages on the whole country, what would we have had in common? Imagine the people hailing them, maybe for the lives of the girlsthatwas lost or for the backwardness they have dipped their feet into. UAE, Qatar, Saudi are making progess in science and technology, even with their islam but all these savages want is nothing but gross darkness and backwardness. I see a nothern agenda, which is to loot the treasury as fast as possible in the name of kidnapping and dialogue, so as to have enough money to pursue their agenda even if restructuring happens. That is why they will continue to rise against restructuring while clamouring to rule the nation. Bloody savages!

  2. Mon

    March 22, 2018 at 8:23 AM

    Who else can display such without the backing of the state or federal government? For those in doubt of Fulani government agenda and what they meant for entire Nation, i hope you can read between the line.

  3. Marcus Garvey ll

    March 22, 2018 at 1:20 PM

    The brutes should have been cornered after the children had been freed and cut to pieces. Helicopter gunships should have been waiting to vapourize the wretches. I suspect that the government is not being forceful enough in dealing with the unruliness.

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