#EGISTZ Abducted schoolgirls allegedly married off for N2,000, moved abroad #TEAMJIZZY (SHARE)

OK, here’s seriously hoping that
this is not true. But according to
reports, the 234 girls abducted at
Government Girls College on April
15th may have been married off for
N2,000 each and may also have
been removed from the Nigeria to
neighbouring countries like Chad and
Cameroon.
Daily Trust reports
Most of the 234 Borno schoolgirls
in Boko Haram captivity have
been ferried abroad to Chad and
Cameroon after they were
married off to sect members on
N2,000 bride price each, an elder
told Daily Trust yesterday.
Dr. Pogu Chibok, who is the leader
of the Chibok Elders Forum, told
Daily Trust yesterday that latest
information available to them
indicates that most of the girls
have been taken to the
neighboring Cameroon and Chad
by their captors.
He said before they were ferried
in canoes across the Lake Chad, a
wedding ceremony was conducted
at a town on the border with
Cameroon where they were
married off to Boko Haram
militants. Continue…
He said N2,000 was paid as bride
price on each of the girls to the
specific Boko Haram members who
took them from their school and
who had assumed “ownership” of
the students.
“They ferried them in canoes to
Cameroon and Chad republic after
they were wedded off to Boko
Haram members who bidded (sic)
and paid N2,000 each as dowries on
their heads,” Bitrus said.
“The dowry was paid to their
captors, the very people who
abducted them from their school.
One of them who married one of
the girls took her to a border town
close to Cameroon where villagers
saw her.”
Following their abduction, the
schoolgirls were thought to be first
taken to the Boko Haram camps in
the notorious Sambisa Forest.
Reports later said villagers had seen
the girls being conveyed in trucks to
other locations.
Bitrus said yesterday: “So many
sources have informed us that the
girls have been taken to Cameroon.
Many villagers said they saw the
girls being transported in trucks
and then in canoes.
“On Sunday they were taken to
Dikwa area where they (Boko
Haram) have a camp there. From
there they took them to Marte,
then Monguno before they were
finally ferried in canoes. It was
yesterday we got this latest report
of them being married off to the
insurgents by their captors.”
He said sources in Cameroon told
them that most of the girls were
now being held at “an area where
the Boko Haram operates in
Cameroon.”
On whether military authorities
were informed about the
movements of the girls, Bitrus said:
“The military was alerted on
Tuesday about two weeks ago when
some villagers saw many of the girls
being transported in trucks, some
with even their school uniforms.
The villagers tried calling the
senator representing the zone but
they couldn’t get him so they went
to Bama barracks where they
reported the matter.
“At the Bama barracks they were
told that they must put it in writing,
that that is the military tradition.
At that time if the military had
intervened they would have stopped
them from reaching their
destination.
(Source- LIB)

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