Politics Presidency Gave Girls, Parents N22.4m – Chibok Community -Punch



The Kibaku Area Development Association (Chibok community), has explained that the Presidency shared N22.4m to the Chibok parents and the escaped girls that held a meeting with President Goodluck Jonathan on July 22, contrary to reports that N100m was doled out to the recipients.

The Chibok community leadership refuted allegations that it was given N100m to share to the parents and women, adding that it did not handle or receive any money from the Presidency.

The association in a press statement signed by its spokesman, Dauda Ilya, in Abuja on Wednesday, said that 63 individuals comprising 51 escaped girls were given N100,000 each, 51 parents equally received N100,000 each and another 61 parents got N200,000 each.

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In a multitude of witnesses, the truth will be established. Why did Gulak deny Jonah gave the Chibok parents any money? He should be embarrassed right now.

Greed is everywhere in Nigeria. See these chibok comm leaders trying to reap where they did not sow. Even babies are taught to love money and money alone, no matter how its gotten. Its a rotten society, if we keep going on like this the next generation will be worse.

Cry, my beloved country! Cry!!
This could simply be compensation for what they have endured and the pain they must be going through. Everybody now wants their pound of flesh. They are flown from pillar to post by all sorts of parties claiming to be friends. The key question we should all be asking is and so what if the FG compensated them for the hardship. They are being exploited by all sides.