Wednesday, 23 July 2014

11 parents of Chibok girls have died.

11 of their parents have died, according to town

Seven fathers of kidnapped girls were among 51 bodies brought to the Chibok hospital after an attack on the nearby village of Kautakari this month.

"One father of two of the girls kidnapped just went into coma  and died.
Jonathan pledged to continue working to see the girls "are brought out alive,"

Food crisis, shortages of money and fuel, have been another problem of the community and their neighbors communities. said community leader Bitrus.

Some women who escaped from Boko Haram camp are recovering according to health workers .

Families whose girls were abducted and girls who were raped are receiving counseling through a program funded by USAID.

Boko Haram in a  filmed video, threatened to sell the students into slavery and as child brides.

They also convert Christians among Chibok girls to Islam.

At least 20  girls were ill  and 2 have died.

Right now they are suffering from mosquitoes, poisonous snakes and spiders.

Report also said that many girls are held in the  Sambisa Forest — a wildlife reserve that includes almost impenetrably thick jungle as well as more open savannah.

There is population threat in Chibok because of attacks and attacks continue despite the fact the military placed the area under a state of emergency in May 2013.

Residents feel so abandoned that they appealed this month for the United Nations to send troops to protect them.

The U.N. has repeatedly urged Nigeria's government to live up to its international responsibility to protect citizens.

President Goodluck Jonathan insists his government and military are doing everything possible to ensure the girls' release.
The Defense Ministry says it knows where they are but fears any military campaign could lead to their deaths.

Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau in a new video released this week repeated his demands that Jonathan release detained extremists in exchange for the girls — an offer Jonathan has so far refused.

No rescue,No vote said protesters.

Hmmmmm...you could sense what those girls are passing through right now.

My question is how can those girls rescued safely?

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