Parents of the abducted Chibok school girls Wednesday expressed concern that there was the need for President Goodluck Jonathan to visit them or alternatively invite them to Abuja. You are the president of Nigerians. Act like one.
“It is embarrassing that the president had to wait for Malala to come all the way to Nigeria to convince him to meet with us three months after the attack,” Dauda Iliya, one of the parents was quoted saying
The parents of over 200 schoolgirls abducted by Boko Haram from Chibok, Nigeria refused to meet Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan, showing their anger at the government's failure to trace the missing girls.
The Nigerian President had organized a meeting with the parents of the abducted girls. However, the meeting had to be cancelled as the parents decided to shun the event in the last minute.
Jonathan had agreed to meet with the Chibok parents, after Malala Yousofazai, education activist and a victim of terrorist attack, requested the Nigerian President to hold a meeting with the parents of the missing girls.
The embattled Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan Wednesday is seeking parliamentary approval to borrow up to $1 billion (730 million euros) in foreign loan to fight the Boko Haram militants.
An impeach Goodluck Jonathan Campaign has now been launched to Save Nigeria.