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Dapchi Girls: PDP describes release of students as a scam

The Miracle of Dapchi should relieve and worry Nigerians

According to the Federal Government, the girls were released by the terror group on Wednesday, March 21, 2018.

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has described the release of the kidnapped Dapchi girls by Boko Haram as a scam.

According to the Federal Government, the girls were released by the terror group on Wednesday, March 21, 2018.

Days after the Defence Minister, Mansur Dan-Ali, promised that the girls were going to be released soon.

Speaking further, Kola Ologboniyan, PDP’s spokesman said that the release of the school girls was a plot hatched by the All Progressives Congress (APC).

He also alleged that the APC put the ‘scam’ together in other to gain heroic appraisal from Nigerians. Daily Post reports.

PDP slams FG

Also, the PDP on its Twitter page, alleged that the abduction and release of the Dapchi girls was staged by the APC Government.

The party said “We condemn the @APCNigeria and certain officials in the @NPresidency for staging the abduction of the schoolgirls in Dapchi, Yobe State, for political purposes. It is wicked, callous and tormenting to use innocent schoolgirls as pawns.

“Nigerians know that the main aim of this devilish act was to delude the public, set the stage for an orchestrated rescue, create a heroic myth and false sense of achievement around the @APCNigeria administration and serve as a spur for @MBuhari ’s declaration to contest in 2019.

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“As a political party, we want to further state unequivocally that by all ramifications, this is a war crime against humanity and gross violation of human rights on the part of the @APCNigeria administration, all in the bid to push a selfish and ill-lucked 2019 ambition."

 

Meanwhile, former Minister of Education, Oby Ezekwesili has expressed happiness over the return of the Dapchi schoolgirls.

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