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Exposed: How Tinubu’s Vice was indicted for Chibok Girls’ abduction

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A letter confirming the indictment of the All Progressive Congress’ Vice president, Kashim Shettima being responsible for the abduction of Chibok Secondary School in 2014, surfaces.

Chief Barrister Nyesom Wike, the then Minister of State for Education had written to the former governor of Borno State, that Shettima requested not to hold further West African Examination at the disturbed Chibok because of security risk brought about by Terrorists.

Shettima rather ignored the instruction. And Boko Haram later abducted 276 Chibok Girls.

It read: “In view of the current Security challenges in the North East Stares of the Country, the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) and the National Examination Council of Nigeria (NECO) have expressed concerns over the safety of the Officers who Will be deployed to supervise the conduct of the 2014 diet of the examination in your State.

“In response to the concerns, I have directed that the candidates in the Federal Unity Schools be assembled in the respective state capital where they are to sit for the examination in a Safe location.

“You are please enjoined to make contingency arrangements for candidates from public and private schools in your state to sit the examination in safe locations.

“Details of your arrangements should be forwarded to the Federal Ministry of Education and the two examination bodies for their information and necessary action”

APC has nominated the ex-governor, Shettima to be Tinubu’s running mate in the 2023 presidential race.

Nigerians have expressed worries about the picking of Shettima who has dented his image.


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