ANOTHER ELECTION, ANOTHER KIDNAPPING.

ANOTHER ELECTION, ANOTHER KIDNAPPING.

April 14, 2014, 276 high schoolgirls kidnapped in Chibok, Borno State.
February 19, 2018, 94 high schoolgirls kidnapped in Dapchi, Yobe State.
Two kidnappings by the terrorist Islamic Boko Haram prior to National elections.
All staged to sway public opinion or collect ransom to benefit a particular political party.
Chibok girls kidnapped to embarrass Jonathan and defeat his PDP?
Dapchi girls kidnapped to be used to extort money to benefit the APC?
Nigerians get ready to spend billions of dollars as “ransom.”
Thereby extending Buhari’s grip on power.
Another election, Another kidnapping.

Must innocent high schoolgirls be used in this game of terrorist chess?
As Buhari’s Government is appropriating more and more money,
To prosecute the war on terrorism and ostensibly improve security,
Boko Haram has become bolder and more daring after its technical defeat.
Boko Haram is mounting numerous suicide attacks on persons and institutions.
Latest kidnapping at Dapchi coming on heels of “narrow escape” of Abubakar Shekau.
Nigerian Army earlier ordered not to capture the Boko Haram leader.
With Shekau on the run – who will cash the ransom that will free the girls? – APC?
Another election, another kidnapping.

If these are not political kidnappings, where do you hide 94 to 276 boisterous schoolgirls?
Probably in safe houses next to their schools to be released after ransom is paid.
Must innocent schoolgirls be used as pawns in this game of political chess?
When will schoolboys be kidnapped for a change?
When will this game of political chicanery end?
Why not use your offsprings and family members in this game?
A defeated Boko Haram kidnapping school children?
Dead people appointed into statutory boards?
2022 – Another election due, another kidnapping.

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