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VIDEO: Why we don’t want to leave Boko Haram costody – ‘Chibok Girls’


The extremist Boko Haram sect released a new video yesterday, interviewing some of the kidnapped Chibok girls, the girls according to the interview in Hausa language, said they prefer to remain in the custody of Boko Haram rather than return to their families.
According to a foreign negotiator who was part of the facilitators that led to the release of the 82 girls,  some of the abductees were reluctant to be freed.
A new video on Sahara Reporters’ Youtube channel, shows some of the girls, with the one at the middle clutching an AK47 rifle, while responding to questions from a man believed to be a Boko Haram commander. Other girls were seen sitting around her.
Below is a transcript of the question-and-answer session between the commander and the girl.
Male voice:
These are some of the Chibok girls who said they are not going back to their parents they prefer to stay back and practice God’s religion. We will now ask them why they are refusing to return.
Q & A
Q: What is your name?
A: My name is Maida Yakubu
Q: Where are you from?
A: From Chibok
Q: What are your parents’ names?
A: My mother’s name is Esther Mutari and my father’s name is Yakubu Kaba
Q: what is the name of your school?
A: GDSS Chibok
Q: Why did you refuse to return to your parents?
A: Because they are in town of infidels, we want them to accept Islam and join us to practice the religion and rest in the hereafter
Q: What is the truth about the allegation that you are married off by force, is that true?
A: It is not true, only those who agreed to marry are married off
Q: What message do you have for your parents
A: My message to them is for them to accept Islam and practice the religion of God.
Q: What message do you have for the people of Nigeria?
A: I call on all Nigerians to leave any book that is not from God and follow the Holy book and sayings of the prophet. God’s religion will continue to prosper whether you like it or not, if you refuse, you will die in frustration.


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