The Nigerian Military are afraid of Boko Haram, says Chibok Chairman

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The Chibok community Chairman in Abuja, Tsambido Hosea-Abana, has reportedly said that security , both from Nigeria and other countries, are afraid of Haram.

Tsambido reportedly made the disclosure at a daily sit-out of the #BringBackOurGirls group in Abuja on Sunday.

This is coming after the inability of the security forces, which are currently engaged in the rescue mission to bring back the Chibok girls after four of their abduction, to achieve success.

Speaking further, the Chairman of Chibok Community, Hosea Abana, categorically challenged the security agencies to attack the sect members and rescue the girls if they want to prove that they are afraid, Daily Independent reports. [eap_ad_1] Abana, who stated that the security operatives are afraid of the Boko Haram sect because of fears of losing their lives, also noted that “the families of the abducted girls are ready to sacrifice something provided the menace of Boko Haram are curbed.

“I know now that the military are scared of Boko Haram. That is my conclusion after four months and our girls are not yet back. I don’t know if we can find another strategy that will help bring the girls back.

“For months now, if the military are really doing something, they would have brought our girls back. If there is a rescue operation, the girls would have been back by now.

“We don’t want stories any longer. Since the Nigerian does not want to negotiate, they go into the forest. After four months, there is nothing concrete. There is no information to show that there is a rescue mission.

“Something should be done, as the parents of the Chibok girls are living a life of . They need answers,” he said.

He also called on the Federal Government to empower the hunters and civilian JTF, who are ready to fight the sect members so that they can invade the Sambisa forest, saying “the excuse of losing some of the girls by the military can no longer weight.”