A new twist has emerged in the abduction of teenage secondary school girls in Chibok, Borno State by the dreaded Boko Haram terrorist group.
The revelation came when the Borno State Governor, Kashim Shettima paid a visit to Government Girls Secondary School, Chibok. Parents of some of the children told the Governor that when they drew a list of missing children, they found out that 234 students could not be accounted for.
Musa Inuwo Kubo, the state’s Commissioner for Education and the principal of the school had stated that 129 science students were at the school to write a physics examination when the school was attacked on April 14.
Meanwhile, the Defence Headquarters had to apologize and recant after it had stated that all but eight of the missing students had been rescued.
Officials have disclosed that the sect uses abducted women as sex slaves, cooks and porters.