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Nigerians Speak On Leah Sharibu’s Over 200 Days In Boko Haram Captivity

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Nigerians Celebrate Leah Sharibu As She Turns 16

Comments As Leah Sharibu’s Mother Sues Federal Government, Police Over Daughter’s Kidnap.

Nigerians have again criticized the Federal Government over delay in rescuing Boko Haram Kidnapped Leah Sharibu  who has now spent seven months in the terrorists’ custody.

This is as Mother Of Leah, Rebecca Sharibu, filed a suit with Daniel David Kadzai and a United States-based Lift-Up-Now Incorporation, a Non-Governmental Organisation, demanding N500m as a compensation for the indignities and human deprivations suffered by Leah since her kidnap in February 2018, Naija News reports

Notable Nigerians, celebrities and other individuals took to their Twitter handles to express displeasure at the Federal Government in the whole incident, saying that they do not understand how Nigerian Military were able to rescue 110 of the girls while leaving Leah Sharibu behind.

 

A notable Nigerian Actress, Kate Henshaw wrote; ‘All Focus has shifted to elections Leah Sharibu is still missing’ . See her Tweet below

Some have also looked elsewhere, noting that Pastors as well as the Christian Organizations should intervene, if the federal government has failed in its duty to rescue Sharibu.

In other series of tweets, Nigerians prayed for Leah Sharibu to return safely, while some suggested that President Muhammadu Buhari should make sure to release Sharibu as a means to win the 2019 election.

 


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Last Modified: 10 July, 2019 at 10:45 am