Some parents of the Chibok schoolgirls have frowned at the insinuations that some of their daughters may have been the ones being used by Boko Haram sect to execute suicide bombings around the country.
Reacting to the allegations, a parent, Lucky Chibok, who spoke on behalf of the other parents, said that their girls were well behaved and could not, under any influence, allow themselves to function as bombers for “wicked people” like the Boko Haram”.
[eap_ad_1] He said “These girls are children of God, and they did not opt to be taken by the Boko Haram terrorists or any group of extremists; they are schoolgirls, innocent and god-fearing”.
“These girls have been brought up in the best homes of Christians and Muslims. In Chibok, we don’t have rooms for zealots or extreme bigotry; and we believe our children cannot be used for, or turned into such bestial acts of Satan”.
Speaking further, the Chibok parents told Leadership that the community would hold the government responsible for allowing their children to stay this long without being rescued.
“All of us will blame the federal government for turning them into what we did not bring them up to be”.