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Chibok Girls Abduction Isn’t Fake, It’s Real: Parents Identify 4 Girls In Boko Haram Video

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Chibok Girls Abduction Isn’t Fake, It’s Real: Parents Identify 4 Girls In Boko Haram Video

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May 13, 2014 – Chibok Girls Abduction Isn’t Fake, It’s Real: Parents Identify 4 Girls In New Boko Haram Video

In the last 3 days, several Nigerians have expressed outrage over the alleged abduction of over 234 children at a Government secondary school in Borno state.

Skeptic of the abduction, Naija Delta militant leader, Asari Dokubo has joined other Nigerians to say the abduction was framed.

To prove them wrong, Esther Mutali, one of the women whose daughters were abducted by Boko Haram militants in Chibok, Borno State, today stated that three mothers have identified their children in a video released by the Islamist sect. Mrs. Mutali’s daughter, Douka Yakubu, is among 276 schoolgirls abducted from Chibok Government Girls Secondary School by members of the Islamist sect in an April 14 midnight raid that has garnered worldwide outrage.

In a telephone chat with SaharaReporters, Mrs. Mutali disclosed that the girls so far identified include two seniors from Askari Uba Secondary School and Wuyo Secondary School respectively. Both schools are near Chibok. A third girl, whose name was given as “Abdu Hauwa”, has also been identified by her mother. The source added that a fourth girl, Adiza Isah, has also been sighted in the video, making the total of identified girls four.

Mrs. Mutali said she and other mothers were saddened by earlier claims by Nigerian government officials questioning the abductions. Asked if the parents know the whereabouts of their daughters, she said they keep hearing that the girls are with the militants inside Sambisa game reserve.

The frenzy to identify the abducted girls has been heightened by claims by Allan Manasseh, a Chibok community leader, who told SaharaReporters that most parents of abducted schoolgirls were still unable to identify their children 24 hours after Boko Haram’s leader, Abubakar Shekau, released a video of the teenage girls dressed in Hijab and reciting the Qur’an.

Mr. Manasseh stated that he personally visited seven parents and also met with one of the girls who escaped from the Boko Haram militants, but none could find their daughters in the video or recognize any of the girls. He said he was worried that Boko Haram may be using the new video to distract the world from pursuing the rescue of the abducted schoolgirls.

He further stated that the video has shown that the fringe Islamist sect has many teenage girls in their possession, adding that all the girls need to be rescued by the Nigerian government forces.

SaharaReporters contacted a Borno State government official who disclosed that the state government had constituted a committee headed by the chairman of Chibok local government area to handle identification of the girls in the video. “The committee will work with the parents, relatives and friends of the missing girls to identify them,” said the official, who asked not to be named.

The state official remarked that the committee has been showing the video to many parents in different parts of Borno, Abuja, Kano and other places to which some parents have relocated since the abductions.

The official asserted that the state government strongly believes that the girls in the video are those kidnapped by Boko Haram from their school in Chibok. He noted that, since the sect only showed a partial list of girls, it was possible that some parents who did not see their daughters would naturally be disinterested in identifying others.

Meanwhile the official revealed that the state government plans to gather parents of the abducted girls living in Maiduguri and its surrounding areas to watch the video at the Government House today to enable them to identify their daughters.

[Report with Sahara Reporter New York]



  1. Kingsley oKOYE

    May 13, 2014 at 3:00 PM

    Only fools like Asari will badmouth d abduction

  2. Amesopirari Emi

    May 13, 2014 at 3:10 PM

    Pls parents let nt ur heart be trobuled just put ur self in order & keep praying 4 their rescue.they would all b release.

  3. Bose Sanya

    May 13, 2014 at 3:21 PM

    This whole news is getting confussing. Some parents said they did not see their girls and some said they did saw their girl, which one should we believe? From this perspective, this should advice us that the images of those girls we saw in the video are not only the video of the abducted girls since some parent said they can’t see the picture of their girls…so who are those unidentify faces? This indicated that there are some girls living at Sambosa State before which I believe some kids might have been missing long while ago that those haramites have abducted before, that the Government can not even account for since it’s not in data base.

    • bros

      May 14, 2014 at 12:44 AM

      Yes ur correct to a very large extent. some of the girls were captured earlier mostly in Yobe state but not the number of Chibok girls are more than 200 and from this pix i don’t think they will be unto 100. that is the reason why u hear some parents say they can’t recognize they kids.

  4. red

    May 13, 2014 at 9:23 PM

    To all the mom whose daughters are still in the hands of this beast,don’t cry,be strong they must be back home soon, I know is hard for you getting in bed at night and waking in the morning to a empty space, this is your trial period,never give up,forget the confussion some fools are trying to great in your mind,if God didn’t want to live, they coull have beenchistory now.keep praying is will all walk with them and hand them over to their rightful husbands.Amen

  5. red

    May 13, 2014 at 9:31 PM

    Am still waiting for those doctors and professor that called me blind and sealed it with sleeping tablets with other degrading names.i might be seeing double here and need help.

  6. O Nels

    May 13, 2014 at 9:57 PM

    If they are telling us that the abduction of chibok school girls are all scam, it means that Nyanya bomb blast is also a scam. It is high time we stand up and speak in one voice! Please bring the girls back to their families. Let’s stop playing politics here.

  7. Anguscity

    May 13, 2014 at 10:28 PM

    All this ar geting confusing by Nigerians, i think those shakue surface on the vidoe ar older than the chibok skool girls been addu cted by B.H. coz thier parents keep on lamenting that they can’t find thier daughters on the vidoe which shakue release, the question is who ar those on the vidoe?

  8. Otibe emmanuel otibe

    May 14, 2014 at 9:10 AM

    Please for crying loud stop tellig the world that the abduction was fake because your daughter or your sister or any of your relation was not a victim of boko haram abduction . Did you want to be abducted for you to know that the abduction was real? there is a saying that say who feel it, know it.

  9. Christ Is All.

    May 14, 2014 at 3:01 PM

    God is in control so we shouldn’t panic for soonest, a sound of freedom n hapiness of our girls will be heard. #JesusChristIsLord!

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