Soldiers have Sighted the Abducted Girls in Boko Haram Camps

6 years ago by: linda Afolabi
[1] 2
-- (m) at 21-05-2014 09:04PM (6 years ago)

(9 | Newbie)


Better late than never. Nigeria’s special forces from the Army’s 7th Division have sighted and narrowed search for the over 200 abducted Chibok schoolgirls to three camps operated by the wicked Boko Haram sect north of Kukawa at the western corridors of the Lake Chad, senior military and government officials said.

That claim was supported by another senior commander from the Army’s 7th Division, the military formation created to deal with the insurgency in the Northeast. The 7th Division is headquartered in Maiduguri, the Borno State capital.

The breakthrough comes at a critical moment for the Nigerian military that has faced cutting criticism over its handling of the kidnapping of the girls more than a month ago.
“Our team first sighted the girls on April 26 and we have been following their movement with the terrorists ever since. That’s why we just shake our heads when people insinuate that the military is lethargic in the search for the girls,” one of the sources said.
“It has been a most difficult but heroic breakthrough,” a senior military official said in Abuja.
The abductions have sparked international outrage, with the United States, United Kingdom, France and Israel, providing intelligence and surveillance assistance.

According to Premium Times, Nigerian military officials coordinating the search and other officials in Abuja said Boko Haram insurgents split the girls into batches and held them at their camps in Madayi, Dogon Chuku and Meri, all around the Sector 3 operational division of the Nigerian military detachment confronting the group’s deadly campaign.

The location of the abducted girls – north east of Kukawa – opens a new insight into the logistic orientation of Boko Haram, responsible for thousands of deaths in a five-year long insurgency. President Goodluck Jonathan said the group has killed at least 12,000 people so far – that’s minus the hundreds killed in a car bomb on Tuesday in Jos and the about 10 murdered on Sunday in Kano in a suicide bombing.

Notwithstanding the sighting, the government is said not to be considering the use of force against the extremists, a choice informed by concerns for the safety of the students.

But with growing local and international pressure, a likely option may be for the authorities to enter into talks with the group, whose leader, Abubakar Shekau, in a May 12 video broadcast, called for dialogue and “prisoner” swap with the government

CLICK HERE TO READ LATEST SHOCKING NEWS AND CELEBRITIES SCANDALS


-- chicco77 (f) at 21-05-2014 09:10PM
(22116 | Addicted Hero)

PLS DO UR JOB
Reply
-- beneno (m) at 21-05-2014 09:44PM
(25964 | Addicted Hero)

me too sight them,no be to sight them be the problem now,make una go bringbackourgirls ni be the matter  Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes
Reply
-- omoboriowo96 (m) at 21-05-2014 10:13PM
(467 | Upcoming)

Weldone
Reply
-- koboko1 (m) at 21-05-2014 10:15PM
(458 | Upcoming)

I can't understand, sighted or rescued?
Reply
-- italianjob (m) at 21-05-2014 10:16PM
(232 | Upcoming)

A positive move, kudos naija soldiers.
Reply
-- winace (f) at 21-05-2014 10:24PM
(30118 | Addicted Hero)

Story. Jt bring bak d girls dats all.
Reply
-- akinmanchy (m) at 21-05-2014 10:26PM
(11207 | Hero)

Thnx for the update but the most important thing is to bring back the abducted girls

Reply
-- steve25 (m) at 21-05-2014 10:47PM
(155 | Upcoming)

nigeria goverment and so called army knows noting,,you sighted the girls and you come out to announce it so that the boko hara's informant may go back and tell them to change position or to prepare and wait for you,,so childish,,America told nobody anything about the location of osama bin laden untill when he is been killed,,you want us to clap for you
Reply
-- lanudja (f) at 21-05-2014 10:55PM
(8826 | Hero)

Sighting is d issue bringing dem back is what we want.
Reply
-- lanudja (f) at 21-05-2014 10:57PM
(8826 | Hero)

Sighting dem is nt d issue, bringing dem back is what we want.
Reply
-- beneno (m) at 21-05-2014 11:10PM
(25964 | Addicted Hero)

Quote from: ajanni on 21-05-2014 11:05PM
noted
see Ajanni oooooo,where una keep the girls ?  Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes
Reply
-- odprince (m) at 21-05-2014 11:15PM
(2064 | Gistmaniac)

NIGERIA ARMY THAT DESTROY OTHER COUNTRY AND BRING PEACE TO THAT COUNTRY,NOW BACK HOME AND THEY CAN'T DO ANYTHING,DON'T YOU SEE THE HAND WRITING IN THE WALL?Huh??NIGERIAN ARMY ARE MEMBERS OF THE SECT,,AS LONG AS THE ARMY OFFICER IS A MUSLIM,ALL OF THEM BELONG TO THE SAME PLACE,SO THEY CAN'T DO ANYTHING BECAUSE THEY ARE THE ONES GIVEN THEM THE GUN AND BOMBS......DIVIDE THE COUNTRY PERIOD.
Reply
-- dareper (m) at 21-05-2014 11:44PM
(20642 | Addicted Hero)

Story story. Tell that to the birds
Reply
-- Bankable (m) at 21-05-2014 11:50PM
(351 | Upcoming)

They've just informed Boko haram that they sight them, now Boko haram will move the girls to a different location where it will take JTF another 6 weeks to sight them. Lazy ass military. Shut the fu*ck up and rescue the godamn girls.
Reply
-- richi192 (f) at 22-05-2014 02:32AM
(2448 | Gistmaniac)

Ok sight nd #Bringbackourgirls plz

Reply
-- daveobahon (m) at 22-05-2014 02:53AM
(3099 | Gistmaniac)

omtop ds scam mata again?
Reply
-- newtoncruz (m) at 22-05-2014 03:02AM
(965 | Upcoming)

AFTER THAT WHAT HAPPENED
Reply
-- shannon034 (f) at 22-05-2014 03:11AM
(348 | Upcoming)

Where is my glasses.......have they bring back our girls ?  Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin
Reply
-- EmekaBlue (m) at 22-05-2014 03:27AM
(4394 | Gistmaniac)

NIGERIAN ARMY recruitment forms r out..Join d force and help fight boko haram rather dan making noise here
Reply
[1] 2