The 16 Women and children snatched by Boko Haram are still not rescue- Adamawa lawmaker By Tom Garba,Yola2 min read
Tsandu said that the initial source of the reports claiming the Military have freed the women are baseless and contrary to what is been widely reported in many quarters, as Boko Haram are the custodian of the women.
“According to reports that the 14 women and 2 children were rescued is not true, honestly this Women are still under the custody of Boko Haram,I m maintaining a constant link with my people,all the villages heads, the vigilante groups leaders who have being supporting the military to fight the insurgents reliably confirmed to me this women are no where to be found”,the lawmaker said
He call on the Military to do a serious and through work in moping up the Madagali as indicators are showing that Boko Haram because of the terrain nature of the area are still hiding in the caves in the mountains and launching some intermittently attacks in some of our villages.
The anticipation of about 56,000 displaced Nigerian returnees from Cameroun is raising a lot of questions on the authenticity of either they are true Nigerians and free from any suspicious of belonging to the Boko Haram group.
Tsandu is of the opinion that Government should close all camps, let every one go to his or her own community, that way all the security agencies will concentrate well on protecting lives and property and it will give room for the IDPs to go back to farm so as to be able to take of themselves.
The Chief of Air staff,AVM Sadique Abubakar yesterday (Sunday) told the people of Adamawa state that Boko Haram has come to an end,that his coming is to mop up all places initially attacked by the insurgents as the security is in the final stage of cleaning up the ravaged areas.