We located Chibok girls but Jonathan didn’t allow us rescue them
Goodluck refused Britain’s help in locating kidnapped Chibok girls, David Cameron, has alleged in his memoir Cameron said British troops traced the location of some of the victims and offered to help but Jonathan refused – According to him, British troops from the skies above a forest three times the size of Wales, we managed to locate some of them Former president Goodluck Jonathan has been accused of refusing help when Boko Haram kidnapped 274 schoolgirls in Chibok, Borno state.
The allegation was raised by former British prime minister, David Cameron, In For The Record, his memoir and published by The Cable. According to him, British troops traced the location of some of the victims and offered to help but Jonathan refused. “In early 2014 a group of its fighters centered the government secondary school in the village of Chibok, seizing 276 teenage girls. They were taken to camps deep in the forest. The Christians among them were forced to convert to Islam. Many were sold as slaves, entering the same endless violent nightmare the Yazidi women suffered.
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