Written by COMFORT 95.1FM on March 12, 2018
Parents of the missing schoolgirls from Chibok town in Borno State will tomorrow visit Dapchi town to express sympathy with parents of the one hundred and ten schoolgirls abducted by insurgents last month.
It was gathered that the visit was essentially to sympathize with parents of the recently abducted schoolgirls from Government Girls’ Science and Technical College, Dapchi.
Chairman of the Abducted Chibok Girls Parents’ Movement for Rescue, Mr. Yakubu Nkeki and the Women Leader, Mrs. Yana Galang, would tomorrow lead 30 parents of mostly yet to be found Chibok girls to visit Dapchi where they would share experiences.
They said they would go there, sit, listen and talk to one another about managing situations as traumatized parents whose daughters were still in Boko Haram’s hands.
The leaders said some parents of freed Chibok girls would be in the delegation to strengthen the faith and raise the hope of the Dapchi parents that their daughters would one day return home safely.