Tuesday, 27 May 2014
We know where Chibok girls are, but won't use force to rescue them - Military
Nigeria's Chief of Defense Staff Air Marshall Alex Badeh said that the Nigeria military has been able to locate the 234 girls abducted in Chibok on April 14th but will not use force to rescue them because that could put the girls in great danger as the insurgents could kill them.
He revealed this today while addressing a group of protesters, the Citizens Initiative for Security Awareness, outside the Defence Headquarters in Abuja. He said the military knows what they are doing and should be allowed to continue their work
"We want our girls back. The military can do it, but where they are held, can we go with force? The good news for the girls is that we know where they are but we can't tell you. Just leave us alone. We are working. We will bring the girls back" He said