Alhaji Mujahid Dokubo-Asari, the founder of the militant Niger Delta People’s Volunteer Force, which gave birth to era of armed struggle against the Nigerian state in the oil-rich South-southern region, has flagged off #AntiBringBackOurGirls Campaign.
The acclaimed freedom fight has consistently maintained that the abduction of Government Girls Secondary School girls, Chibok in Borno State, is a scam.
According to him, no abduction took place and there are no girls to bring back since it was difficult for the Borno State Government, the owner of GGSS, Chibok, to produce a single picture of the over 200 girls allegedly taken hostage on April 14, 2014, by Boko Haram fighters.
Despite a video showing some of the the girls, Dokubo Asari insisted that it’s all a scam.
He wrote on his Facebook page, “it’s clear Shettima knows more than what he’s saying. How can a a sensible and reasonable governor…wave aside advise from WAEC to move the exam to a safer place, without making adequate security (arrangement) for the school?”, he queried.