The Federal Government has yet to
reach out to Mr. and Mrs. Kabu Yakubu, the parents of Dorcas, who was
identified in the video of the 218 abducted Chibok schoolgirls that was released
on Sunday by Boko Haram.

Urban Express gathered that the
government had also not communicated its findings on the video to the
#BringBackOurGirls movement, 48 hours after it was aired.

The spokesman, Kibaku Area
Development Association, Dr. Manasseh Allen, said that the Yakubus and the
Chibok community had not been contacted by the government about its findings or
rescue plans.

“We have not heard from the
government since the video was released; no one has reached out to Dorcas’
parents or the Chibok community and the funniest thing is that some people are
busy defending the government,” he said’’.

Speaking in a similar vein, the
BBOG spokesman, Abdullahi Abdullahi, also said no official had contacted the
movement about government’s position on the video of the abducted girls.

He stated that the BBOG was in the
process of articulating its plans for its march to the Presidential Villa,
adding that the coalition would not give the government a breathing space until
it received a result-oriented action plan from the administration.

He
said, “Well, we have not heard from the government; so, our plan (to march to
the Villa) has not changed

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