JUST IN: Boko-Haram Denies Abducting Dapchi Girls, Now Enroute Dapchi As Residents Desert Town


Reports coming say the dreaded Islamist insurgents Boko Haram has denied ever abducting Dapchi girls as they vow to unleash fury on Dapchi.

According to reports, Boko Haram insurgents have begun their movement to Dapchi, the community where they reportedly abducted over 100 schoolgirls a month ago.

Similarly, Daily Trust newspapers whose correspondent is in the town of Dapchi, said he heard about the rumour in the early hours of the day about the planned invasion.

Daily Trust further reports that one of the residents who spoke with its correpondents said that the town has been deserted as many are not sure of the mission of the insurgents.

"We heard about it this morning. We are told that they are about 70km away from Dapchi. Most of the residents are leaving the town, " he said.

However, some residents are hopeful that the insurgents want to return Sharibu Leah, the only girl still with them.

According to report, the insurgents refused to release Leah with her mates because she declined to convert to Islam during her over 30 days in Boko Haram captivity.

Our correspondent also reported that the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris is expected to visit the school where the abduction took place.

He noted that there is heavy concentration of security forces at the extreme end of the northern part of the town.

However, we earlier took delivery of a mail in the early hours of today from a certain Nigerian Army deserter, Sergeant David Bako, who narrated how the Dapchi kidnap story was planned and hatched by agents believe to be loyal to the President.

The return of the Boko Haram insurgents simply corroborates the story by the army deserter.
JUST IN: Boko-Haram Denies Abducting Dapchi Girls, Now Enroute Dapchi As Residents Desert Town JUST IN: Boko-Haram Denies Abducting Dapchi Girls, Now Enroute Dapchi As Residents Desert Town Reviewed by The news cable on March 24, 2018 Rating: 5

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