Members of the Bring Back Our Girls campaign group and Chibok community members have been left in tears and regrets over the way they have been neglected by the government.
It is sad news for parents of the kidnapped Chibok girls and Chibok Community in Borno State as they have continued to wail in agony over government’s refusal to address them. The members of the Bring Back Our Girls campaign were prevented from going inside Aso Rock by policemen today.
Speaking after today’s ordeal, Chairman of the Chibok Community in Borno state, Hosea Tsambido said they regret giving out their votes during the 2015 general election to the All Progressives Congress and President Muhammadu Buhari.
According to him, no government official has reached out to them since the new video showing their abducted daughters was released by Boko Haram members on Sunday August 14th.
“They tell us that our girls seen in the latest video was merely an arrangement. No one has spoken to the family of any of the Chibok girls since the last video was released, by the terrorists. We regret our votes. We regret it.
“We were promised that the president would visit Sambisa, after becoming president. We were also told that within two weeks our girls would be rescued. But over one year now, there is no tangible statement about our girls. The presidency has stated instead that it is confused,” he said