Stella Dimoko Presidency Denies Claims That Chibok Girls Parents Are Not Allowed To See Their Daughters


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Sunday, May 14, 2017

Presidency Denies Claims That Chibok Girls Parents Are Not Allowed To See Their Daughters

The Senior Special Assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, on Friday dismissed allegations by parents of 21 earlier released Chibok girls that they have been restricted from having access to their daughters.

Shehu, in a series of tweets on his social media handle described the claims by the parents as totally false.

He noted that the girls, who were to visit their parents during the Easter period could not due to security concerns.

The tweets read, “It is time to put to rest the falsehood that parents of the 24 Chibok Girls who returned earlier are not allowed to see them. Cross section of the Chibok Girls recently released from Boko Haram

“This claim is outrightly false. By an arrangement put in place, the 24 girls will go home to spend time with their families every three months.

“They were due to go during Easter but security advice was against that.

“Instead, Government made arrangements for the parents to come to their girls in Abuja in batches.

“Eighteen of the parents left Abuja on Friday, May 5 after spending three days with their daughters. This can be verified.

“Another set will also come once arrangements for them are put in place.”

from dailypost


  1. This is an ongoing thing. Many girls are still in captivity and it makes sense to isolate them for a bit so they dont go around talking to the wrong people and hampering negotiotians/chances of rescuing their remaining colleagues. I only hope the FG didnt just dump them somewhere without extensive therapy. They should be undergoing therapy for the longest time.

  2. Presidency denies claims that the parents of Chibok girls are not allowed to see their daughters. #SoundsBetter# Aunty Stella no come dey do like LIB. You are known with good English. Watch your staff

  3. The parents definitely can't lie with a thing like that.

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    1. 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

      So, whose side are you?

  4. if i hear,nigerian govt and its tales by moonlight story...

  5. no girls were taken from chibok without against their will, the borno state government under Jonathan were trying to seek international attention since Jonathan ignored them so they took laws into their hands, buhari had to play along since they are all same north. I also heard there was a memo before the alleged kidnaping so parents/guardians withdrew their wards, this I confirmed myself someone I know his sister was schooling there. According to Fayose you can't look for something that was never missing in the first place. We Nigerians are smart please I know for a fact the stories don't add up. All this charade is for the int'l community. Stella please post, I'll understand if you don't.

  6. The safety of these girls should be paramount to their parents. There's the need for them to be 'deradicalized',rehabilitated and reintegrated back into the society.

  7. No poblem, Contunu .Diaris God oooo


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