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Chibok girls kidnapped to embarrass Jonathan’s govt – Okupe

Posted: Apr 19, 2015 at 3:59 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

Senior Special Assistant on Public Affairs to the President, Doyin Okupe, has said that the abduction of over 200 schoolgirls from Chibok, Borno State, on April 15, 2014, by terrorists, was a deliberate move to paralyse President Goodluck Jonathan’s administration.
He made this declaration on his Facebook page.
“One of the reasons the Chibok girls were kidnapped was to present Jonathan’s administration as incompetent and hold it to ransom against 2015 elections.
“One of the reasons the BBOG (#BringBackOurGirls) was formed was to sustain and internationalise the embarrassment. One of the reasons President Jonathan lost the election was a national and international conspiracy predicated on this carefully choreographed and assiduously sustained perception.
“One of the issues that will be in the handover notes will be the missing girls,” Okupe said.
According to him, “What is reasonable and expedient for well-meaning men and women of good conscience is to dialogue with the incoming administration on what best new approach to employ to find and rescue the Chibok girls.
“Not much can be achieved, except mischief, by continuing to flog this administration on this matter.”

Chibok girls kidnapped to embarrass Jonathan govt – Okupe
Senior Special Assistant on Public Affairs to the President, Doyin Okupe, has said that the abduction of over 200 schoolgirls from Chibok, Borno State, on April 15, 2014, by terrorists was a deliberate move to paralyse President Goodluck Jonathan’s administration.
He made this declaration on his Facebook page.
“One of the reasons the Chibok girls were kidnapped was to present Jonathan’s administration as incompetent and hold it to ransom against 2015 elections.
“One of the reasons the BBOG (#BringBackOurGirls) was formed was to sustain and internationalise the embarrassment. One of the reasons President Jonathan lost the election was a national and international conspiracy predicated on this carefully choreographed and assiduously sustained perception.
“One of the issues that will be in the handover notes will be the missing girls,” Okupe said.
According to him, “What is reasonable and expedient for well-meaning men and women of good conscience is to dialogue with the incoming administration on what best new approach to employ to find and rescue the Chibok girls.
“Not much can be achieved, except mischief, by continuing to flog this administration on this matter.”