52 Escapee Chibok girls revelation.



The 57 escapee Chibok schoolgirls have
suspended sitting for the ongoing NECO
examinations, following the decision of
the state government to send them to
private schools in some parts of the
country, where they would repeat their
final year classes, LEADERSHIP Weekend
gathered.
The girls, who were once accommodated
in one of the secondary schools in
Maiduguri from where they joined other
final year secondary school students to
write the NECO exams, had since been
relocated to a secured government
facility in the state capital.
One of the schoolgirls who spoke with
LEADERSHIP on phone said, they have
been asked to vacate the school
dormitories where they were before to
their present accommodation.
The schoolgirl, who sought anonymity on
the grounds of being reprimanded by the
officials of the government facility, said
“They told us to be here now; and that
we may no longer need to write the
NECO exams because the governor said
we would be transferred to some private
schools in either Abuja, Lagos or
Kaduna”.
According to the schoolgirl, though they
were excited about the latest idea, they
still feel unhappy as they would be one
year behind their mates in other schools.
She said, “That was what we are told;
that we would be taken to the cities to
retake our SSS-3 (Senior Secondary
School 3); and that the schools are
better than the ones we were in Chibok.
We are really excited about it but at the
same time it means we are going to be a
year behind our mates.
The girl said she and her colleagues are
also sad that in spite of the efforts being
made to rescue the rest of their mates
from the Boko Haram captivity, none of
them had been brought home.
She said, “We really don’t understand
why our mates cannot be found and
rescued up till now. Whatever
government gives us now, cannot really
make us happy because it was because
they are still in the bush, that was why
we are being given these kind of
treatments. We believe that if all of us
had escaped that night, no one would
have remembered us today. That is why
we kept praying every night before we
sleep that God should assist our soldiers
and government to bring the other girls
back home because it is them that have
spent so much time there in the bush
that even deserve more attention”.
The Principal of the Government Girls
Secondary School, Chibok, Mrs Asabe
Kwambura, told LEADERSHIP Weekend on
phone that, “The 57 abducted students
that escaped captivity would not be
taking the NECO exams because they will
have to retake their classes, as directed
by the state governor, but the 119
others students that were not abducted
are still writing the exams”.
The principal added that the 57 girls
have since finished taking the
counselling lessons offered to them by
the Interfaith Group from Kaduna and
would be returning home to wait for
their postings to their new schools.


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