AMINA ALI DARSHA NKEKI: POSITION OF THE KIBAKU COMMUNITY ON THE STATUS OF OUR RECOVERED ABDUCTED DAUGHTER AND MOHAMMAD HAYYATU (THE ALLEGED FATHER OF HER CHILD)
19th May, 2016
One of our 219 abducted daughters, Amina Ali Darsha Nkeki from Mbalala was found around Kulakaisa area at the fringe of Sambisa Forest by civilian vigilante group on routine patrol, Tuesday night (17th May, 2016).
Amina Ali was found alongside her child of about a year old. She provided useful information that her other classmates are still held under heavy terrorist captivity inside the Sambisa forest, a very credible intelligence that should help the security agencies in tracing the whereabout of our remaining 218 girls and consequently rescue them .
She has been handed over by the vigilantes to Nigerian troops at Damboa for necessary actions and debriefing by Government.
The Chibok Community welcome Amina and accept her whole heartedly with her child and awaits all others still in captivity.
The Chibok Community’s stand on Amina Ali Darsha Nkeki of Mbalala Village Unit of Chibok Local Government, one of our abducted girls from GSS Chibok and the alleged Boko Haram sexual exploiter Mohammad Hayyatu are as follows;
1- We condemned calling Mohammad Hayyatu as Boko Haram husband of our daughter, but would rather he be referred to as Boko Haram Sexual Exploiter;
2- We will not support discussion with the Government or any agency of government in company of Mohammad Hayyatu, irrespective of whatever role he may have played in her escape;
3- We hereby call on the government to set up a team of crack experts to investigate Mohammad Hayyatu’s involvement in Boko Haram activities and what role he played that led to him being, in whatever manner, rewarded with our daughter as his sex slave against her will;
4- All reports and findings of the investigation should be made public;
5- All stakeholders (from the Government to the Parents, Chibok Community (KADA) and BBOG) should be included in every process of Amina’s recovery and her colleagues, whose rescue we pray shall be sooner than later, for the purpose of transparency and confidence building.
Tsambido Hosea Abana
Chairman, Chibok Community (KADA) Abuja