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Breaking: Drama As APC Hails The Controversial Return Of Abducted Dapchi school girls




The APC has hailed the federal government for the return of the schoolgirls abducted from Government Girls Science Technical College, Dapchi, Yobe state by Boko Haram.

In a statement sent to by the national publicity secretary of the party, Malam Bolaji Abdullahi, the party said the prompt release of the girls “is another solid demonstration of the political will of the President Muhammadu Buhari-led APC administration to secure the lives of all Nigerians.”
The party also threw a jab at the immediate-past Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) administration, making reference to the Chibok girls abduction in 2014.

“If the immediate-past Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) administration had responded with the similar alacrity, the Chibok schoolgirls would have been released or rescued. Instead, the PDP wasted several weeks wallowing in denial and conspiracy theories such that it was now left for the APC government to rescue many of the girls and rehabilitate them,” the statement said.

The APC assured Nigerians that the current administration is committed to securing the release of the remaining Chibok schoolgirl still held in captivity by Boko Haram.

The party also expressed confidence in the Buhari administration’s ability to improve the capacity and efficiency of Nigeria’s security agencies to prevent such occurrences in the future.

According to reports, the insurgents returned the girls in the early hours of Wednesday, March 21, few minutes after soldiers were withdrawn from the town.

The chairman of the Dapchi schoolgirls parents association, Bashir Manzo, also confirmed the return of the girls.

His words: “My relatives and colleagues in Dapchi just informed me that the girls were brought this morning.

“I am heading to Dapchi now from Damaturu. When I get there we will do a head count to see if all of them have been released.”


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