Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Missing Girls: Up To 80 Students Identified In New Boko Haram Video

According to new reports, up to 80 students have been identified in the new video released by Boko Haram leader, Abubakar Shekau on Monday. Immediately after the release, Borno State Governor, Kashim Shettima ordered a mass production of the video to be made available to parents for easy identification of their daughters.

Some parents were still conveyed to the Government house alongside few students, teachers and security men of the Government girls secondary school, where an open identification took place.


Shettima vowed to rescue the school girls alive and return them back to their parents. See photos of some parents, relatives, Vigilantes and few girls who escaped during the school raid at the Borno Government House during the identification exercise after the cut.






30 comments:

  1. 80? But some faces weren't visible now,issokay

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    1. What kind of gun are this people carrying nigeria is so shameless and come to think of it which one come be mother's of this girls and which ones are the escaped girls because that woman there is too old to be a mother of someone writing waec, this picures are not convicing at all. DERA MI

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  2. I looked at this pictures and l laughed.

    Is it not suicidal to be armed with Dane guns called shekebule to fight BH who are using AK47, Rocket launchers, surface to air missiles, grenade propellers and some times carrier Mini tanks?

    Is it that the government does not have money to buy the right weapons for this people or what?

    No wonder these people are no match for BH.

    With the type of weapons these men are carrying, these men are dead meat for BH.

    I am sure that BH militants will be laughing their heads off should they see pictures of these men with the kind of obsolete weapons these men are carrying.

    olu@atlanta

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  3. God of Elijah, please send down ur fire on this Boko haram people.

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  4. abeg wch force be ds sef? guns nd uniforms wit aboki

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  5. Nigerians asking government to bring some of this girls alive and most importantly to end terrorism in nigeria.

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  6. Please locate them and bring them home.


    #NaMeTalkAm

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  7. Story, story, story!!!



















    Salt

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  8. BLOG ANALYSER: This is getting serious, I hope they are found

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  9. Governor Shettima has evidently demonstrated his genuine concern over the missing girls.His body language and actions point in this direction. From all indications,the Boko Haram insurgency may soon be a thing of the past,going by the global interest it has lately generated.. Visit www.olusolaoso.blogspot.com for captivating stories on entertainment,breaking news,events,politics and sports.

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  10. Hmmmm. those vigilante made me laugh sha

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  11. There's still hope for them

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  12. I hope they are fine

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  13. God will expose them real soon

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  14. Governor Shettima is really tying his best

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  15. Vigilante and their sagabula gun

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  16. trendycubicle.com14 May, 2014 17:26

    Vigilante indeed! where did they pick them form and are they the ones that'll fight boko haram? mtchewww

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  17. May they return home safely

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  18. Let's take a step forward. Not only this

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  19. let's just hope all of them will come back sound and healthy

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  20. Asari dokubo needs to cover his damn ugly face. I thought he said there was no kidnap.Big shame on him

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  21. Great development@ least half bread is better than none

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  22. There is God o (in mama peace tone)

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  23. 80 OUT OF HOW MANY GIRLS. STILL A LONG WAY

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  24. Dear lord please change this story

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  25. Gov Shettima is trying his best, lets give it to him. Even if its high service at least its still some form of service.

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