CAN : Chibok Abductions was a scam ,Poses Six Queries To Born Borno Governor !!!

The Northern Nigeria chapter of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) says it suspects a conspiracy regarding the abducted girls of Government Girls Secondary School in Chibok, Borno State, involving Governor Kashim Shettima, the Commissioner for Education, the Principal of the school and the Chief Security Officer (CS0).

Among others, in a statement issued today, it noted that neither the daughters of the teachers nor of the Principal were abducted.

In the statement, signed by the Secretary-General, Prof. Daniel Babayi, and the Public Relations Officer, Sunday Oibe, CAN asked whether the governor has set up any panel since the abduction of the girls three weeks ago to investigation the matter.

It also asked:

How did the 353 female students disappear from the school into thin air?
Why did the Borno State Commissioner for Education, Principal, Vice-Principal and Chief Security Officer, all Muslims, ignore the valid advice of WAEC on the security implication of writing exams in the school and the need to have a centre where the children’s life will be secured?
How did Boko Haram carry over 200 students and their food stolen by these criminals from the school? Was it carried with trailer?
Why is it that since this issue came up, no single photograph of the abducted children was made public by the school authorities? After all, they were preparing for exams and may have submitted their photographs.
Where were the daughters of the Principal, Vice Principal and Chief Security Officer when the abduction took place?
CAN suggested that the entire matter might be a “political gimmick to carry out a political conspiracy against these daughters of Nigerians, future mothers of Nigeria and citizens who are wants to be leaders of tomorrow.”

It would be recalled that in a video released yesterday, Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau claimed responsibility for the abductions, saying he would sell the girls.

In a statement issued on behalf of CAN three days ago, Evangelist Matthew Owojaiye of the Old Time Revival Hour Church in Kaduna has published a list of 180 girls he claimed to be the abducted.

Text of the press statement by Northern Nigeria CAN:

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