Fani-Kayode demands truth on withdrawal of soldiers before abduction of Dapchi school girls

Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, is
demanding the truth on who ordered soldiers to
be withdrawn, a day before over 100 students
were abducted by suspected Boko Haram
insurgents from a secondary school in Dapchi,
Yobe state.
Fani-Kayode also compared the incident to
Chibok, where the Governor of Borno asked for
the Military to leave before some school girls
were abducted in 2014.
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“You Chibok me, I Dapchi you.
“We know that the Gov. of Borno requested that
the soldiers in Chibok be withdrawn a day before
BH attacked and abducted the girls.
“Now tell us WHO requested that the soldiers in
Dapchi be withdrawn a day before BH attacked
and abducted the girls,” he wrote on his Twitter
page.
The Governor of Yobe State, Ibrahim Gaidam, has
blamed the abduction of the Dapchi schoolgirls
on the withdrawal of security personnel from
communities in the state.
Addressing journalists last weekend at the Yobe
state Government House, Gaidam alleged that
security check points were withdrawn from Dapchi
and other communities, few days before the
attack, a development which he believed gave
room for the incident.

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