Dapchi Schoolgirls: ‘My Christian Daughter Still Held By Boko Haram Over Her...

Dapchi Schoolgirls: ‘My Christian Daughter Still Held By Boko Haram Over Her Faith’ – Father

By Wires Editor | The Trent on March 21, 2018
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dapchi, Schoolgirls, Abduction

Following the prompt release of the kidnapped 110 Dapchi schoolgirls by Boko Haram terrorists, Sheribu Nata, a father of one of the abducted girls, has disclosed that his daughter, Leah Sheribu was not released by Boko Haram terrorists because she refused to abandon her Christian faith for Islam.

Nata, in an interview on RayPowers’ political platform programme on Wednesday, March 21, 2018, said he had spoken to about six parents who are already with their daughters, stressing that he is happy that his daughter did not denounce the faith.

He disclosed that the girls were dropped in Dapchi town just before 9 am on Wednesday morning.

His words, “Right now, I’m not in Dapchi. I’m in my duty post. I called the parents who are in Dapchi. I was informed that my daughter was not released. All of them have been released but they said some were dead there, but my daughter is alive.

They said she was a Christian that’s why they could not release her. They said she cannot be released until she becomes a Muslim. And my daughter said she would never be a Muslim.

“I spoke with about five to six of them whose daughters have been released. They are present with their daughters in Dapchi.

They were dropped by the Boko Haram people in Dapchi town this morning. I am happy because my daughter did not denounce her faith. They refused to release her because she refused to convert to Islam.”

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