National Chairman and presidential aspirant of the National Action Council (NAC), Dr. Olapade Agoro, on Thursday described the abduction and release of abducted students of Dapchi Government Secondary School, Yobe State as “a celebration of fraud”.
Agoro in a statement made available to journalists in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital while describing the abduction and release as “an arranged abduction and celebration of fraud” however, advised President Muhammadu Buhari “not to allow himself to be rubbished with the issue of the just released Dapchi girls by the Boko Haram insurgents.”
He said, “Obviously, the best language of a fool is self delusion, this summarises the narratives of the arranged abduction and thereafter playing to the global gallery with an arranged freedom of the innocent 104 Dapchi schoolgirls.”
Agoro said, “Somebody, somewhere is fooling somebody somehow with the unexpected dreaded Boko Haram suddenly becoming Father Christmas freeing the 105 Dapchi abducted 105 schoolgirls with parting gifts.”
The NAC National chairman emphasized that, “Going by the dramatic return of the abducted students by the Boko Haram insurgents, there are many questions for the presidency to answer to be able to convince Nigerians on the matter.”
“The questions begging for urgent answers from President Buhari and his APC led government are how was the arranged abduction carried out unnoticed by the military and the Nigeria Police? What pre-emptive actions had been so far taken by the federal government to unearth the full details of the abduction.”
“How many of the Boko Haram vehicles and their types were involved in the abduction? What route did the Boko Haram vehicles take to abduct the girls and from where were the freed girls brought? Who and who negotiated with the Boko Haram prior to the freedom of the Dapchi schoolgirls?
“Who and or what killed the five of the abducted girls rumoured to have been buried in the bush and in fact who buried their remains?”
“The nation shall need a clear cut answers to these questions.”