Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Who Saw It Happen? Kema Chikwe Expresses Doubt Chibok School Girls Were Kidnapped

Mrs. Kema Chikwe, the National Women Leader of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) today publicly questioned the story of the abduction of teenage school girls in Chibok, Borno State.

Speaking at a prayer session held for national security at the party's national secretariat in Abuja, Mrs. Chikwe said there were many unanswered questions concerning the kidnap.

Among them, according to her, are: "How did it happen? Who saw it happen? Who did not see it happen? Who is behind this?”


Towards obtaining answers, she demanded that the principal of the school should release the names and photographs of the abducted girls.

Mrs. Chikwe was tabling her controversial queries on the same day that many indigenes of Chibok, including anguished mothers seeking answers from the government, staged a public protest in Abuja to demand the immediate return of the girls, who were abducted by suspected Boko Haram insurgents over two weeks ago.

Sahara Reporters

51 comments:

  1. Blessings will be to does not see but believe ma ! DERA MI

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  2. Naeto C, caution your mother!

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  3. Kema Chikwe God will punish you

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  4. Kema Chikwe, see we are not in a classroom. Moreover there is no time for question and Answer. I need to tell u that u are not our teacher. If ur doubting that the girls were not kidnapped then u can go to Sambisa n find out. I don't blame u.------ The Moon !

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    1. She is right...the first thing to do in a case of missing person,is to release the name,age image of the missing person with a little description of what the person was wearing when last seen,how can we find who we dont know...Kema Chikwe is the first person to say the right thing in this issue and all hell has broken loose,i pity my people.

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    2. Exactky thank you

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  5. She never expressed doubt. This is an excerpt from the real speech:

    ACTUAL SPEECH

    OPENING ADDRESS OF THE NATIONAL WOMAN LEADER, PDP-AMB. DR. KEMA CHIKWE AT THE OCCASION OF PDP WOMEN’S PRAYER SESSION FOR THE UNITY IN NIGERIA

    April 30th, 2014

    SING: MY LIFETIME

    Distinguished Ladies and Gentlemen, let me commence my remarks by thanking the Almighty God who made it possible for us to gather here this morning in His name. God has been merciful to our nation and indeed our party, the Peoples Democratic Party in so many ways. Significantly, since 1998, when our party was founded, we have weathered quite a number of storms, we have faced challenges from known and unknown quarters but PDP has always triumphed and will continue to triumph. The worst of these challenges manifested last year as we were endangered by curious loss of membership in an unprecedented manner. God in His infinite mercy intervened. We are now reaping new membership harvest. For a party in power since this new democratic experience in Nigeria, our depleting fortunes constituted major concerns nationally and internationally.


    Notwithstanding, we are still facing the frightening problem of Boko Haram, a monster that has taken the lives of so many innocent Nigerians. We face the unrelenting menace of kidnapping. Armed robbery has become more overwhelming. There is no newspaper that does not carry news of rape, even of babies. There is hypocrisy about corruption among individual Nigerians. The last straw that broke the camel’s back was the kidnap of the Chibok schoolgirls. There are many questions to be asked and more to be answered. How did it happen? Who saw it happen? Who did not see it happen? Who is behind this? Those behind these crimes love darkness rather than light because their deeds are evil. For everyone who does evil hates the light and does not come to the light; lest his deeds should be exposed. But he who does what is true comes to the light, that it may be clearly seen, that his deeds have been wrought in God. Let God’s light shine in our great Country Nigeria and reveal the perpetrators of darkness.

    Today, we will pray for miraculous revelations and solutions to this issue. We have convened this prayer session to bare our hearts open to God as Muslims and Christians. We shall make a way in our hearts for God to come in and settle, as we are contact points of our party members and all Nigerian Women.

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  6. May God in his Infinite Kingdom wipe away this woman for this her stupid remarks. One wont blame you since Non of her family member are not among this abducted girls. God where is your eyes, Fight on the cause of the masses.

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    1. I disagree wt you.We all kw that all schools hv ppt and ID of their students and never fail to publish and paste names of those owing sch fees every term so how come no names have been published since?Dis is d first thing done in civilised world in order to account for d missin persons.There r too many conspiracies and until dat so called principal releases d names and or with their photos I will keep #sippin my palmy n shooing flies frm d calabash.

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    2. Is it just me or I'm I mistaken cos I didnt see a single tear on d faces of all dis women who came t roll on d floor and scream d nation down.Abeg not one single tear fa?Or were these just hired mourners?Hw wld we know who is who?

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    3. Is it just me or I'm I mistaken cos I didnt see a single tear on d faces of all dis women who came t roll on d floor and scream d nation down.Abeg not one single tear fa?Or were these just hired mourners?Hw wld we know who is who?

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    4. Haba. How can u curse her like this because she's opinionated?? This is the biggest problem with the average Nigerian when u do not share their views. They resort to insults and attempt to bully u out of any discourse, pretty shallow and pathetic. How about disagreeing and then stating why u object her query? For ur info she has a point. Anyone who challenges their brains daily by critically examining the happenings around them will think the same.
      Cos right now nothing makes sense again. We have all registered our disdain enormously since these kids have been abducted, and yet the govt have nothing to tender. So at this juncture one will start to think that perhaps no kids were abducted, if the govt can be so calm and quiet for this long. This woman was prolly being sarcastic because that's the only thing that makes sense right now. Or how else can one explain that for two weeks nothing has been found of them? Now we hear they've been transferred out of Nigeria. How can they possibly mobilise such number of pple without anyone seeing them? We all saw the list of the names of those who were bombed recently, they can also furnish the public with the names of the abducted since they say 234 are missing.

      I personally think that the latest developments by BH is perhaps to create diversion. Because they read the news too and are always one step ahead. They know we know their hideouts now, even though some say they are not hiding as such. The normal thing is for them to change location. While our govt observe and do absolutely nothing. Bunch of bastards they all are.

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    5. Why because she is asking questions that are true? NIGERIANS are sooo blinded by emotion it's ridiculous. She needs to enquire.

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    6. And this is why God is no where to be found in Nigeria.. Any little thing, we've fired death prayers to another person.

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  7. I agree with her I have thought the same all along. can the mothers of the girls identify themselves, because we have to be very careful. we women can be very quick to add sentiments to things. Does anyone know any individual family that is affected. can we hear personal testimony from the parents affected.

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    1. May ur child witness same fate today or in the future then u shall be called to identify urself! Scaliwag

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    2. U are just an Idiot. Y did u write b4 her? U learn bad things easily.

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    3. My frid just shut d fuck up idiot insensitive bitch

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    4. Exactly abeg

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    5. no need to curse on each other or this woman
      but as educated as madam kema chikwe is she shd know that it wl be insensitive to release those girls pictures, one; we do not even know what they are going thru now, some might even come back raped or molested, releasing their pictures to d public may bring snide and rude remarks from people when they step out in d future, imagine one of them becoming a popular Dr or Senator in future and one journalist pull out her pix as a kid and refer to her as one of the girls abducted in d hostel by boko on 2014, how wl u feel? lets be sensitive to our own plights, I dont think releasing their identities is the best to go now
      my opinion which may not be valid to some

      HYBunny

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    6. 100000 likes for this ur comment. Zuriel.

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    7. HY Bunny are you dense? how are we supposed to find people we do not know exist?

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  8. What effort did the state governor take towards ensuring that the children were safe .......considering the boko haram attacks in the north. What about buhari and co ? The ones that think Nigeria belongs to them alone and hence would make the country ungovernable if they are not in power. May the wrath of God descend on all enermies of Nigeria, boko haram and all evil men sponsoring them AMEN!

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  9. Anonymous 22:31,God will punish your entire generation for that dumb question of yours,including that yeye chikwe

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  10. How will a mother and grandmother ask such question,she should imagine if they are Naeto C's children and someone saying jagons like this.PDP bad blood running in her vein.

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  11. Makes a lot of sense

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  12. When them kidnap Naeto C or her grandchild,make she talk this kain remark...politicians just dey take us play kalokalo for this country,one day we go revoke like Ghana,kill all of una,arant nonsense

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  13. So kema chikwe because u did not see or meet any1 that saw it happen, does that mean it did not happen? Did u go out to look for witnesses? You r a moron and not fit for the office u r holding. Proper rubbish.

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  14. You are an idiot ma, both the President and chief Edwin Clarke have been personally affected by abductions of relatives in the relatively safe South.. (nobody saw them)

    Now, Mrs loud mouth.. are you aware that (of course except it is another lie) that there have been attempts to negotiate their release

    Ma, do you realise that you have failed in your responsibility first as a woman then as a mother and then as a leader to see that similar abductions have occurred severally over the years and this is just a case of 200 at once... In other nations your counterparts will work tirelessly to see that these girls return to their parents

    And may I conclude with an answer to your few stupid questions.. If the inept government of which you are some sort of leader had put citizens' safety on you 'must do' list.. There would be CCTVs all over Nigeria and most especially in states where your emergency rule has been in place for several months but instead you go about spending tax payers money and stolen oil money on rallies and festivities

    You are an idiot ma.

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  15. Foolish woman..

    U think this is a hoax?

    Well, had the government that has corruptly enriched you provided CCTVs.. we would have answers to you stupid questions..

    Abductions are real, the President and his unofficial Spokesman Edwin Clarke have experienced first hand in the relatively safe South
    I have also had to wonder pray and fast since a colleague of mine was abducted from work in Edo state in 2012 (nobody saw them)
    madam, there have been reported sightings
    there is an ongoing negotiation for their release (which I hope your ignorance and folly won't jinx)

    BRING BACK THE GIRLS..



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  16. She has a valid point. Names and pics of †ђε students isn't asking for too much!

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    1. Maybe. When she gets their names, she can go and find dem abi? Abi did the millitary say nothing ofsuch happened? How about the15 that escaped? Has she bothered to find from them if its true? Madam chikwe, plsgo to chibok And ask these questions

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    2. Why??? We haven't even heard of the ones tht escaped. Why aren't there any interviews? Nada!

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  17. God bless u ma. Exactly what I have been saying. Where's d school? D principal? How did it happen? The parents? The community? Has any media person met with any of the above mentioned? And they said parents of the girls were protesting in Abuja, how? Who sponsored them down there? Who's the senator that came with d gist of the girls being married off & transported? How does he know so much? Where are d escaped girls? So many questions. I don't believe there are abducted girls. It's all politics and distraction. All in the bid to blame d FG and Nigerians are following blindly

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  18. She make sense Politically.
    Political rivals can do more than that to bring opponent.
    Wise woman.

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  19. Dis is the most stupid nd insensitive nonsense spilling from her spelling bleached mouth idiot it's pipo like her tht sponsors dis BH sect God will punish u

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  20. I hope dat d abducted girls are WAEC candidates. Let d security agents visit WAEC to get d attendance sheets for d already written papers b4 d incident.

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  21. #BringBackOurGirls #BringBackOurGirls #BringBackOurGirls


    #NaMeTalkAm

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  22. Anon 22:30 I see how foolish u are to have made such statement, talk your mind and shut up. Who is telling u that she made that statement cos her family members are not involved. Have any family come forth to say my daughter or our daughters are missing? Have any list or pictures of those girls been published to the public. Gullible Nigerian like u. See before u act ok.

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  23. If they had kidnapped her own child she won't be there saying "who saw it happen?"and telling people to release the child's picture so they know its true.hiss.nonsense!!

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  24. See this stupid woman playing politics with children's lives. Chibok is not Timbuktu, I believe she can find her way there go speak with the parents since she's the one expressing doubts. If it is a lie then she should have no issues going there abi? Even foreign media have already gone there to see things and confirm for themselves. Idiot!!!!

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  25. First, that excerpt has been taking out of context, get the whole speech! But na wa for Nigerians o, once a person shows sense, it remains to curse them abi. Her questions, even out of context is sensible. Imagine, 200 girls kidnapped, are they ants?! The how, the where, the when still baffles me like mad. Am being kidnapped, I scream, 200girls and no one noticed, screamed to get attention, how were they transported. I have never being to borno, bt I doubt it is as big as Lagos or Ibadan, I can't imagine 200 girls vanishing at once in this rowdy places without notice. Someone is playing on our sentiments, and those collections of someones are the ones we should be cursing. Pictures and names should be released, let even CNN seff carry it, maybe one girl can be identified and rescued. All those cursing Kema Chikwe are really the problem in Nigeria, instead of thinking rationally and critically, they are the ones who hear and believe

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    1. u are one of the sensible people on this blog. All the curses written under my comments should go right back to the writers in Jesus name. I am anon 22.31 and I stand on my opinion.

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  26. I hope all u that were condemning her feel foolish after reading the full and actual speech put across by anonymous 22:29(God bless u). Ladun get ur facts right before u publish so as to not be charged with defamation. That's why ud never reach Linda Ikeji's standard.

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  27. I see a point in what she's asking although from a different angle. The pictures of these girls should be released so we cal all help to look for them. In developed nations, when people disappear their pivtures are posted all over the place so that the public can help look for them. A number will also be provided for anyone with useful information. If one of these girls is hidden in my street, I won't even know anything wrong is being committed.

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  29. Whatever.....just #bringourgirlsback
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  30. Madam chikwe, dont worry they wouldnt be evidence when ur grand daughters will be kidnapped.

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  31. I agree. this might just be another move to divert Nigerians attention from the real issues on ground. the parents of these children should come forward and let their names be published.

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  32. Madame Chikwe may be right because when the children were being taken away, the principal, some staffs and school security should have followed them to their destination being a boarding school.I don't think it happened. I pray the secret of what happened will be revealed when the children are found

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