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Parents of Missing Chibok Girls Urge Public to Beware of Fraudsters Posing as Them



200+ Chibok Girls - May 2014 - 02

Parents of the abducted students of Government Secondary School (GSS) Chibok, Borno, on Sunday alerted the public on the activities of some fraudsters using their names to defraud Nigerians and corporate bodies.

More than 200 students of the school were abducted by suspected insurgents on April 14, 2014, while writing their final examination.

Yakubu Maina, the Chairman of the association of parents of the abducted girls, raised the alert at a news conference in Maiduguri.

“We wish to alert Nigerians and corporate organisations on the existence of some individuals and organisations masquerading as parents of Chibok girls to defraud them of their money. The call became necessary because this group have turned the agitation for the release of our daughters into a scam,” he said.

Maina, suppported by the Secretary of the association, Lawan Zanna, lamented that the group had often deceived some parents of the girls into attending their functions only to be duped.

“We have realised that the whole thing have been turned into business by individuals who pretend to be fighting our cause. Some real parents had been lured to attending meetings with highly placed individuals in Abuja and beyond only to discover that they have been short changed by these individuals,” Maina said.

He also stated that 14 parents of the abducted girls have died due to heart related diseases.

“Fourteen parents have so far died since the abduction of our girls in 2014. Most of them died due mainly to heart related diseases and trauma,” said the chairman.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) was established by the Federal Government of Nigeria in May 1976 to gather and distribute news on Nigeria and cover events of interest to Nigeria at the international level for the benefit of the Nigerian Media and the Public.


  1. •Cookie Face`

    July 5, 2015 at 5:37 pm

    Can’t they move from Bornu? Like the whole bombing and all of that is now a weekly/ monthly routine.. If those organizations helping these mothers find their children are really into it.. Help these women relocate.. As well as other individuals, school kids and the rest!! Bornu is becoming their main camp. Move these women awayyy..

  2. jwezee

    July 5, 2015 at 7:54 pm

    Means that’s the real parents Av been begging for arms….all the same I still feel all this is a huge scam

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