It is not quite long as same Chibok community led by the Chairman announces their regret over voting President Buhari and another comments and agitation came up today stating they are tired to be Nigerians.
Kibaku is the native language of Chibok local government, the community where over 200 secondary schoolgirls were abducted by the Boko Haram sect during the administration of former president Goodluck Jonathan in April 2014.
Tsambido who lamented the failure of federal government to rescue the remaining 218 schoolgirls advised President Buhari to disown the Chibok community “if he cannot” help them.
“Let them (federal government) declare us not Nigerians so that the world would rally around us,” he said.
“They sit at the gate of help and they did not help. “Please give us a chance and allow people who are ready to help us. We regret our fault, therefore give us a chance so that we go back to these girls. If we perish, we perish,” he said.
Tsambido while speaking at the Bring Back Our Girls (BBOG) protest in Abuja on Monday, August 22, 2016 said the Chibok community regret voting the All Progressive Congress (APC) into power.
He added that the President Buhari had failed to fulfill his promise of securing the release of the girls after a year since he took over power on May 29, 2015.
“We voted the current president wholeheartedly under the promise that he would bring back these girls.
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