Day I dreamt about Leah’s freedom, my most exceedingly dreadful moment – Mrs Sharibu

Written by on September 10, 2018

Over seven months after the capturing of her daughter, Leah, by the Boko Haram association, Mrs Rebecca Sharibu on Friday in Jos continued offering her hopelessness to a demand to President Muhammadu Buhari to make a move and secure her young lady.

Her saddest moment, she expressed, was when ensuing to conveying enjoyment and fulfillment that her young lady had been freed, she woke up to understand that she was simply envisioning.

She incorporated that the family had not proceeded as before since the shocking scene.

Leah Sharibu was one of the 110 female understudies of the Government Girls’ Science and Technical College, Dapchi, Yobe State, who were grabbed on February 19, 2018, by Boko Haram fear mongers. While others were released by the dread based oppressors following courses of action, Leah is so far being held prisoner since she declined to deny her Christian certainty.

Rebecca Sharibu talked in a gathering with news men at the home office of the Church of Christ in Nations in Jos in the midst of the second remembrance of the Arewa Christians and Indigenous Pastors Association.

In a gathering with news men on the sidelines of the event, Mrs Sharibu expressed, “I am Rebecca Sharibu, mother of Leah Sharibu. I have only two youths, Leah Sharibu and Donald Sharibu who is in SS1. My significant other works in Yola as an administration representative yet I am a fundamental instructor in Dapchi. The nonappearance of Leah has affected my life since we have reliably been tendency frightful.

“We have been feeling frightful and our lives have not been the same because of the nonattendance of my daughter. My supplication to President Muhammadu Buhari is that he should make a move to bring back my daughter, Leah.

“My daughter has been taken and held prisoner since February 19, 2018. I have stood up to damage since. Regardless, I had a dream multi month back (August) that my daughter was freed and she returned home. I was particularly happy and energized that Leah returned, yet just to wake up and comprehended that it was every one of the a dream.

“That was my most exceedingly awful and saddest moment; I felt terrible and started crying again in light of the way that it was a dream and not reality. I assume that one day and by God’s style, Leah will be back.”

The woman furthermore avowed that the voice of the young woman in the audiotape released starting late by the Boko Haram association was her daughter’s.

She expressed, “Really, I can avow that the sound voice that was released last time was the voice of my daughter, Leah Sharibu. We were at home and she was in school with her accomplices. We didn’t grasp what happened anyway recently heard that Boko Haram people connected at our place and hijacked them.

“We went to the school the next day and saw nobody. The report we got was that their captors took away 110 understudies, including my young lady, Leah Sharibu.”

The National President of ACIPA, Luke Shehu, said while past President Goodluck Jonathan was priggish in stopping the resistance, there was an extension of light and little arms, the ascent of Fulani volunteer armed force, exclusion and pulverization under Buhari.

Shehu expressed, “The reliable week after week, if not step by step killings by Boko Haram or Fulani herders can never again be persevered. With a nostalgic miserable memory, we will audit the September 2, 2018 killing of 14 irreproachable people again in Barkin-Ladi. We think about their amazing plan of inconspicuous and wild course of action to accept control indigenous grounds.

“The Fulani volunteer armed force ambush unreservedly and unpredictable, we think about the preposterous provocating and prompting articulations of Fulani pioneers without catch or arraignment.”

Noble 107.1 FM Ibadan

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