‘Chibok Girls Are Alive’ – Says Boko Haram Contact
Ahmed Salkida, journalist who has access to the leadership of Boko Haram, says he is confident that the abducted Chibok girls are still alive.
Salkida says multiple credible sources have informed him that the girls are alive and some of them have refused to convert to Islam.
Over 200 schoolgirls were abducted from a secondary school dormitory in April 2014 and have been in the custody of the dreaded Islamist sect ever since.
President Muhammadu Buhari said in his maiden Media Chat on Wednesday, December 30, 2015said that the federal government had no intelligence on the whereabouts of the schoolgirls.
Buhari added that he would negotiate with the terrorist group if they provide evidence that the schoolgirls are still alive.
Salkida insists that the girls are alive He said: “Most of the Chibok girls, whether they are split into groups or not, are alive, multiple credible sources have told me. And if a deal to release them will weaken national security and endanger the entire country, then the federal government shouldn’t make a deal.”