Parents of kidnap Dapchi school girls storm NASS, demand rescue of their daughters

Parents of the 110 abducted Dapchi schoolgirls on Thursday, March 8,  matched to the National Assembly to register their pains with the federal lawmakers in continuation of their clamour for the release of the students abducted by Boko Haram terrorists.


Wearing swollen faces that bore marks of pain and agony, some of the parents recounted their ordeals since the abduction of their daughters, saying that it had been a heartbreaking experience and nightmare since their daughters went missing.

The parents, who wore adorned in black shirts with inscription, “We are Dapchi People”, said that they had not come to criticise and attack the government but to demand the rescue of their daughters.

Sources Vanguard



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