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Kankara Schoolboys Narrate Ordeals With Boko Haram – [Video]


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Some students of the Government Science Secondary School, Kankara who were recently freed by their abductors have begun to disclose their horrible experiences while in captivity.

Naija News understands that the 344 schoolboys who were abducted last week Friday by Boko Haram got released on Thursday night, December 17 and arrived Katsina from Zamfara state on Friday (today).

Sharing their awful experience with the dreaded terrorist group a few moments ago with Channels TV, one of the boys who gave his name as Aminu said they were fed potatoes and sometimes forced to sleep with hunger in the bush.

He said, ”We suffered in the bush. In fact, we were hungry in the bush. It took up to two days before we ate in the bush. They usually gave us dan kali (potatoes in Hausa) to eat.

Aminu while been interviewed said he is feeling very sick.

Narrating his own experience, another student whose name is given as Abubakar said: “At the time we were there, the place was very cold and the food we were taking was just bread and groundnut cake and cassava. The place we were sleeping is the same place we were defecating. In the night if yiu say yiu want to go and urinate or defecate, they would beat you and ask you to go back and sleep.”

Abukakar vowed not to return back to his school except the Nigerian government provides them with adequate security.

He added, “Nobody amongst us is thinking of going back to that school unless if some forces are there to guide us and control us.”

He lamented that the distance between their school to the town is much and that was why their abductors could easily carry them away into the forest before the police and army arrive at the school

Watch the pathetic video below as shared by Channels TV:

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Meanwhile, former Minister of Education, Oby Ezekwesili has challenged President Muhammadu Buhari’s government to rescue 112 Chibok and Dapchi girls captured by Boko Haram, Naija News reports.