Boko Haram Attacks- Update on The 103 Female Students Kidnapped by Boko Haram
If you think we have government that can guarantee your security in Nigeria, you are sitting on a long thing. The evidences on ground have shown that we all are at the mercy of kidnappers and suicide bombers.
While over 100 families are still mourning the tragic death of their people, no fewer than 103 female students of the Government Girls Secondary School, Chibok in Borno State, were on Monday night abducted by the same dreaded Boko Haram sect believed to have carried out the Abuja attack.
Just before the news of the abduction spread on Tuesday, there was pandemonium at the National Assembly as a bomb scare forced Senators and House of Reps members to run for their lives and close their offices.
As for the female students, they are now at the teeth of Boko Haram. They were woken up at about 10pm in their hostel by the militants and ordered into four waiting lorries…
A girl, who did not wish to be named, was quoted as saying that she managed to escape after seeing some of her classmates jump out of the back of one of the lorries.
The insurgents also killed an undisclosed number of people in the village, carted away food items and burnt some houses as well as vehicles. It was learnt that some members of the special military force were among those killed by the terrorists, who were said to have had a field day.
At the National Assembly in Abuja, one of the workers said: