One of the released Chibok girls on Wednesday, April 14 lamented that the federal government was silent on the release of her colleagues still in the captivity of Boko Haram.
The student, identified as Tabitha Stover, made the comment at the seventh anniversary of the kidnapping hosted by the Allamin Foundation in Maiduguri, Borno state.
She said the federal government’s silence was killing them, adding that their lives had not remained the same since the incident happened.
She consequently urged the Federal Government to come to their rescue.
President Buhari recently assured that the remaining Chibok girls will be released.
Stover said: “Please our parents are still dying; they don’t have anyone to help. A commoner like me does not have an answer to these questions, but I know that our governors, our president have the answers to these questions but you’re still silent, please are we not a citizen of this country? Let us know that we are slaves.
“Put yourself in our shoes, how will you feel, if we are your children or some that are still in captivity are your children; if you put yourself in our shoes, how will you feel.”
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