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Everything About Chibok Abduction Stage-managed; Schoolgirls Were Camped Somewhere – Fayose

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SAN FRANCISCO, January 04, (THEWILL) – The Ekiti state Governor, Ayo Fayose on Wednesday accused the All Progressives Congress, APC-led federal government of engaging in propaganda when Nigerians are suffering.

While describing stories surrounding the adopted Chibok girls as a hoax, he stated that the report on the release of the girls was part of the propaganda of the APC when Nigerians were completely tired of their misrule.

Close to 300 girls were in April 2014 abducted from Government Girls Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State by Boko Haram terrorists. Their kidnapped generated reactions from across the world, with the formation of a group, #BringBackOurGirls, which has since then continued putting the fate of the abducted girls in the consciousness of all.

“Some day, the whole story surrounding the Chibok girls will be told. Everything you read and hear about the girls is a hoax. Everything looks stage-managed.

“There was nothing about the Chibok girls. The girls were camped somewhere and trained. The truth will be told one day,” the Governor told newsmen in Lagos.

He went on to call on the President Muhammadu Buhari administration to urgently put a stop to the killings in southern Kaduna State, stating that what the Christians were going through in the hands of Fulani herdsmen calls for concern.

Fayose wondered why nobody had been brought to justice over the frequent killings of Christians in southern part of Kaduna state.

He further pointed out that the country's electoral process was not characterised by violence under Peoples Democratic Party, PDP-led federal government unlike what presently is the case.

“Our electoral process was devoid of violence but today the story is different,” the Governor said.

It would be recalled that Fayose had declared that no pupil was abducted in 2014 by Boko Haram insurgents from Chibok as widely reported, saying that the kidnap was a political move aimed at influencing public opinion against the Goodluck Jonathan administration ahead of the 2015 general elections.