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Chibok: Northern Christian Elders Forum Releases Names Of Abducted School Girls

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BEVERLY HILLS, CA, May 04, (THEWILL) â€' The Northern States Christian and Elders Forum (NOCSEF), an affiliate of Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Sunday, released the names of the female students abducted by Boko Haram gunmen about 20 days ago at the Government Girls Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State.

A statement signed by Evangelist Matthew Owojaiye, President/Founder of Old Time Revival Hour, Kaduna, who is also the immediate-past chairman of NOCSEF, lamented that out of the list of the 180 girls abducted, 165 of them are Christians.

'Daughters of Zion' were 'taken captive, to be treated as slaves and sold into marriage to unclean people,' he lamented, saying ' Abomination has been committed.'

​Calling on all Christians in the country to 'Raise lamentation to High Heavens,' describing the abduction of the girls as 'a shame on the Church of the Living God,' the body lamented that most of the abducted school girls are Christians.

In a declaration of facts contained in the statement which also stated the names of the abducted girls,NOCSEF said : 'Chibok Local Government is 90 percent Christians. Majority of the girls abducted are Christian! Why did Boko Haram visit Chibok Local Government? Why didn't they visit so many other Local Government Girls Secondary Schools in Borno State?

The Church in Nigeria is hereby called to A Lamentation Prayer.'

The group therefore called on every Christian home in the country to raise a lamentation to heaven daily.

' Let God arise and defend his Name, Honour and Majesty. Let a 15 minutes cry to heaven be done in every Church every time they gather. Oh God, Rend the Heavens and come down! Why should the people say where is our God?,' it stated.

The group gave the names of the abducted school girls as well as their religion as follows:

'These are the Christian Girls:
1. Deborah ​Abge
2. Awa ​Abge
3. Hauwa ​Yirma
4. Asabe ​Manu
5. Mwa ​Malam Pogu
6. Patiant ​Dzakwa
7. Saraya ​Mal. Stover
8. Mary ​Dauda
9. Gloria ​Mainta
10. Hanatu ​Ishaku
11. Gloria ​Dama
12. Tabitha ​Pogu
13. Maifa ​Dama
14. Ruth ​Kollo
15. Esther ​Usman
16. Awa ​James
17. Anthonia Yahonna
18. Kume ​Mutah
19. Aisha ​Ezekial
20. Nguba ​Buba
21. Kwanta ​Simon.
22. Kummai ​Aboku.
23. Esther ​Markus
24. Hana ​Stephen.
25. Rifkatu ​Amos
26 Rebecca ​Mallum
27.Blessing ​Abana.
28. Ladi ​Wadai
29. Tabitha ​Hyelampa.
30. Ruth ​Ngladar
31. Safiya ​Abdu
32. Na'omi ​Yahonna.
33. Solomi ​Titus
34. Rhoda ​John
35. Rebecca ​Kabu
36. Christy ​Yahi.
37. Rebecca ​Luka.
38. Laraba ​John
39. Saratu ​Markus.
40. Mary ​Usman.
41. Debora ​Yahonna.
42. Naomi ​Zakaria
43. Hanatu ​Musa
44. Hauwa ​Tella
45. Juliana ​Yakubu.
46. Suzana ​Yakubu
47. Saraya ​Paul.
48. Jummai ​Paul
49. Mary ​Sule
50. Jummai ​John.
51. Yanke ​Shittima.
52. Muli ​Waligam .
53. Fatima ​Tabji.
54. Eli ​Joseph.
55. Saratu ​Emmanuel.
56. Deborah Peter.
57. Rahila ​Bitrus.
58. Luggwa ​Sanda.
59. Kauna ​Lalai.
60. Lydia ​Emmar.
61. Laraba ​Maman.
62. Hauwa ​Isuwa.
63. Confort ​Habila.
64. Hauwa ​Abdu.
65. Hauwa ​Balti.
66. Yana ​Joshua.
67. Laraba ​Paul.
68. Saraya ​Amos.
69. Glory ​Yaga.
70. Na'omi ​Bitrus.
71. Godiya ​Bitrus.
72. Awa ​Bitrus.
73. Na'omi ​Luka.
74. Maryamu Lawan.
75. Tabitha ​Silas.
76. Mary ​Yahona.
77. Ladi ​Joel.
78. Rejoice ​Sanki.
79. Luggwa ​Samuel.
80. Comfort ​Amos.
81. Saraya ​Samuel.
82. Sicker ​Abdul.
83. Talata ​Daniel.
84. Rejoice ​Musa.
85. Deborah ​Abari.
86. Salomi ​Pogu.
87. Mary ​Amor.
88. Ruth ​Joshua.
89 .Esther ​John.
90. Esther ​Ayuba.
91. Maryamu Yakubu.
91. Zara ​Ishaku.
93. Maryamu Wavi
94. Lydia ​Habila.
95. Laraba ​Yahonna.
96. Na'omi ​Bitrus.
97. Rahila ​Yahanna.
98. Ruth ​Lawan.
99. Ladi ​Paul.
100. Mary ​Paul.
101. Esther ​Joshua.
102. Helen ​Musa.
103. Margret Watsai.
104. Deborah Jafaru.
105. Filo ​Dauda.
106. Febi ​Haruna.
107. Ruth ​Ishaku.
108. Racheal Nkeki.
109. Rifkatu Soloman.
110. Mairama yahaya.
111. Saratu ​Dauda.
112. Jinkai ​Yama.
113. Margret Shettima.
114. Yana ​Yidau.
115. Grace ​Paul.
116. Amina ​Ali.
117. Palmata Musa
118. Awagana Musa
119. Pindar ​Nuhu
120.Yana ​Pogu.
121. Saraya ​Musa
122. Hauwa ​Joseph.
123. Hauwa ​kwakwi.
125. Hauwa ​Musa.
126. Maryamu Musa.
127. Maimuna Usman.
128. Rebeca Joseph.
129. Liyatu ​Habitu.
130. Rifkatu Yakubu.
131. Naomi ​Philimon.
132. Deborah Abbas.
133. Ladi ​Ibrahim.
134. Asabe ​Ali
135. Maryamu Bulama.
136. Ruth ​Amos.
137. Mary ​Ali
138. Abigail Bukar
139. Deborah Amos
140. Saraya ​Yanga
141. Kauna ​Luka
142. Christiana Bitrus
143. Yana ​Bukar
144. Hauwa ​Peter
145. Hadiza ​Yakubu.
146. Lydia ​Simon
147. Ruth ​Bitrus .
148. Mary ​Yakubu
149. Lugwa ​Mutah.
150. Muwa ​Daniel.
151. Hanatu ​Nuhu
152. Monica Enoch.
153. Margret Yama.
154. Docas ​yakubu.
155. Rhoda ​Peter
156. Rifkatu Galang
157. Saratu ​Ayuba.
158. Naomi ​Adamu.
159. Hauwa ​Ishaya
160. Rahap ​Ibrahim
162. Deborah Soloman.
163. Hauwa ​Mutah
164. Hauwa ​Takai.
165. Serah ​Samuel.
Below are the Muslim Girls.
166. Aishatu Musa.
167. Aishatu Grema.
168. Hauwa ​Nkeki
169. Hamsatu Abubakar
170. Mairama Abubakar.
171 Hauwa ​Wule
172. Ihyi ​Abdu
173. Hasana Adamu.
174. Rakiya ​Kwamtah
175. Halima ​Gamba.
176. Aisha ​Lawan .
177. Kabu ​Malla
178. Yayi ​Abana.
179. Falta ​Lawan.
180. Kwadugu Manu.
The Christian body maintained that 'The Military may not be able to solve the problem but prayer will,' adding 'Ordinary Military force may not get them out! Intensive Agonizing Prayer will.'

The group also demanded the following from the Federal Government whose duty, according to the statement, it was to protect the innocent girls: ' A N50million damage as trauma compensation to each girl; A preparation to take each girl to an overseas University on Government scholarship by September 2014, saying preparation for that must start now! ; SS1 and SS2 girls in that school must be transferred to schools of their choice from Government coffer.'