Presidency: DSS analysing Leah Sharibu’s audio recording

Leah Sharibu

Leah Sharibu

The only Christian girl among the students Boko Haram abducted from Government Girls Secondary School in Dapchi, Yobe State, Leah Sharibu has reportedly spoken from the den of the terrorists. Kindly help me out of my predicament.

Sharibu said in her native Hausa, a language widely spoken in the north of the country: 'I plead with, the government and the president to have pity for me and save me from my situation'.

The Nigerian Governmnet has confirmed it is looking into an alleged audio recording of the remaining Dapchi schoolgirl still in Boko Haram captivity.

In dealing with terrorists, Garba said nothing is too trivial.

"The secret service is analysing the voice".

According to a message he posted on his Twitter handle, he noted that the Department of State Services (DSS) was investigating the clip and the Federal Government will work on the outcome of the investigation.

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Adesina said President Muhammadu Buhari had made a commitment to do anything to rescue the kidnapped girls even if it means paying for their release. She has been in captivity since then, while rest of the abducted schoolgirls were set free.

She called on President Muhammadu Buhari and others to free her from her abductors. There was no information from them, but now that we heard her voice, it has really strengthened us. "I'm delighted to have heard her voice because it proved beyond doubt that my daughter is still alive", he said. Leah was not free because she was told to renounce Christian faith; which she did not accept.

Today's development has gone to vindicate her statement of the proof of life of the innocent girl still held by the insurgents in the last seven months. "In Nigeria, they expect the presidency to do everything".

"We are very, very sad in the family".

Nigeria's government denied claims that the militant group was paid a ransom for the girls' freedom, or that there was a prisoner swap. However, Leah's younger brother who helped open the news report for her was on hand to console her.

The special assistant on media and communications to CAN president, Adebayo Oladeji, on Friday, May 18, in an exclusive interview, said CAN would not stop to agitate for the release of the schoolgirl, adding that her death could spell doom for the country as she was being detained because of her religious inclination.

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