Boko Haram insurgents have warned parents in the northeast of Nigeria not to endanger the lives of their children by putting them in schools.
Eyewitnesses revealed that Boko Haram insurgents told people in Dapchi town when they dropped the abducted schoolgirls that parents should not put their daughters in schools again.
“Don’t ever put your daughters in school again,” witnesses say Boko Haram warns as Nigerian schoolgirls freed, tweeted Associated Press on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, Dapchi town is on lockdown as security officials poured into the town to track down fleeing insurgents.
Residents confirmed sounds of helicopters and surveillance aircraft hovering over the city.
Many are wondering why the military failed to arrest the insurgents when they came to the town with vehicles to drop the girls.
Boko Haram, it was learned, used the same vehicles used in abducting the schoolgirls last month in their school to drop them off at the center of Dapchi town on Wednesday.
The skeptics are already smelling a rat and calling for a thorough investigation of the security forces.