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Bring back our girls or resign, Chibok families tell Buhari

25 August 2016, 18:50

Abuja - Relatives of the abducted Chibok girls on Thursday told President Muhammadu Buhari to resign if he cannot rescue their daughters, reports Premium Times.

The relatives spoke in Abuja after they were stopped by security operatives from reaching the Aso Rock Presidential Villa to see the President.

They accused Buhari of abandoning their daughters to suffer in captivity.

Also read: #BringBackOurGirls to march on Aso Villa next week

They said Buhari should let somebody else who can do the job take it up.

The protest march, the second in the week, was organized by the BringBackOurGirls group.

The protest march is part of plans to put pressure on the Federal Government to take action on the issue of the missing Chibok girls, reports News 24

Speaking on behalf of the parents, Mark Enoch, whose two daughters are also among the missing girls, queried the president’s sincerity in the matter and wondered if he was at all motivated to find the girls.

Many Chibok parents voted you because we believed that you would ensure the return of our daughters. You promised us that you are a military man and that you cannot lie. You said the war will not be over until the girls are back,

- News 24


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