Friday, 20 May 2016

BREAKING NEED:Chibok girl rescue has put Jonathan, Fayose to shame – APC

Chibok girl rescue has put
Jonathan, Fayose to shame –
APC


– Southeast APC salutes the
gallant Bring Back Our Girls, the
Nigeria armed forces, the JTF and
President Buhari for their
fortitude, and perseverance in
ensuring the rescue of Amina Ali,
one of the abducted Chibok Girls
– Southeast APC remains hopeful
that the remaining school girls
will be found and rescued
– The Southeast APC believes the
rescue of Amina put an end to
doubts from Patience Jonathan
and Fayose who didn’t believe the
abduction of the girls
The southeast caucus of the All Progressives
Congress (APC) has hailed President
Muhammadu Buhari, the Nigerian Army, the
Civilian Joint Task Force and the Bring Back
Our Girls group for their fortitude and resilience in
ensuring the rescue of one of the abducted Chibok
school girls, Amina Ali.
Speaking in Abuja, Osita Okechukwu, the
spokesperson of APC southeast caucus also noted
that the rescue of Amina Ali has put former first
lady, Patience Jonathan and Governor Ayo
Fayose to shame, The Punch reports.
According to Okechukwu, both Patience
Jonathan and Fayose were among those who
doubted the truth of the abduction of the girls.
Okechukwu explained that if President Buhari has
remained indifferent like his predecessor, Goodluck
Jonathan, the penetration of Sambisa forest would
have been impossible.
APC southeast caucus says the rescue of Chibok
girl, Amina Ali has put former first lady,
Patience Jonathan and Governor Ayo Fayose to
shame
He said: “Indeed the rescue of Amina
Ali has put to shame people like the
former First Lady, Mrs Patience
Jonathan and Governor of Ekiti, His
Excellency, Ayo Fayose, who up to
date thought the abduction of the
girls was a scam, meant to demonise
Jonathan regime.



“We salute the gallant Bring Back Our
Girls, the Nigeria armed forces, the
JTF and the Commander in Chief of
the Armed Forces, Federal Republic
of Nigeria, for their fortitude,
resilience and perseverance.
“Our message to the parents of the
remaining school girls is that they
should bear in mind that with God
nothing is impossible. Their hope
should not wane, as we have every
hope that more girls will be rescued.
“The Southeast APC remains hopeful
that the remaining school girls will be
found and rescued.
Amina Ali was rescued on Wednesday, May
18, by the Civilian Joint Task Force and
Nigerian troops.
The entire nation was thrown into jubilation, when
news broke that Amina, one of the over 200
secondary school girls who went missing over two
years ago, had been rescued.