Haba! 60 Parents Of Chibok Girls Detained By Nigerian Army [See Why]

Written by PeterPiper

There are reports that the Nigerian Army has detained some of the parents of the missing Chibok parents who were on their way to Abuja for the planned Bring Back Our Girls(BBOG) March To The Villa scheduled for Thursday, 14th January 2016. The parents have been detained since 7am today{12th January 2016} till now 7.37pm(12th January 2016}.

According to tweets from the Bring Back Our Girls(BBOG) handle @BBOG_Nigeria: “Today, the @NigerianArmy practically detained more than 60 parents of our 219 missing #ChibokGirls since 7:00am at #Askira in Borno State. Their only crime was that they were heading to #Abuja to join in the planned

#BBOGMarchToTheVilla scheduled for Thursday January 14, 2016. The @NigerianArmy claimed they have #OrdersFromAbove!! Who gave the Order? Is it Mr President @MBuhari or the VP @ProfOsinbajo?Of 120 #ChibokParents planned to be part of the #BBOGMarchToTheVilla, more than 60 of them, + their Chairman, have been blocked from coming.”

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