In March this year, the chairman of Chibok LGA, Ba’ana Lawan, who in the presence of the distraught parents, elders of Chibok and youths addressed a news conference in Maiduguri, said though their travails had attracted global attention, their condition had continued to deteriorate.He said besides the unflinching support the Chibok community had received from the Borno State government, there was nothing from the federal government. He said only fake promises and deception kept coming to Chibok from federal authorities and cited the recent launch to rebuild the school from where the girls were taken as one of the “inglorious approaches” of the government.
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