#Dapchigirls: CAN tackles Buhari over abduction of Dapchi school girls

President Muhammadu Buhari

The Christian Association of Nigeria, (CAN) in the 19 Northern states and Abuja, has expressed sadness over the abduction of 105 girls of Government Secondary School, Dapchi, Yobe State

CAN spokesman in the 19 northern states, Rev. John Joseph Hayab, told journalists in Kaduna, yesterday that the Christian body was deeply concerned about the “return of kidnappings of large number of girls again in Nigeria.”

He called on the Federal Government to do what was necessary to rescue the girls as soon as possible and unhurt.

Hayab said:”CAN is deeply concerned with this development. When we have not yet got back all the Chibok girls, and now another 105 school girls have been kidnapped.

“And sadly, though, the Yobe State government have apologized for its first denial, but that denial made Nigerians more confused because it shows we cannot be truthful when fellow Nigerians are affected.

“The government and the security agencies must situp. The girls must not stay long like the previous ones before they are released.

“The girls must be brought back alive. The young girls are Nigerians. They need the protection of the Nigerian government. These girls can be anybody’s daughters.

“CAN is saying that the Nigeria security agencies must not play the propaganda game anymore. They should go after the criminals that have abducted these girls. The security should take serious action and stop making noise and confusing people.

“This particular abduction is a challenge to government to prove to Nigerians that the huge spending on security is not just a drain on our resources, because when we hear and read stories that billions of dollars is expended for security and we still have issues like this, then it tells us that there is a serious problem in the country.”

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