The president of the Missing Chibok Girl’s Parent Association, Yakubu Nkeki, has said that 38 parents of the missing girls have died in the first three years of the incident.
He made this known at an art exhibition whichheld in Ikoyi, Lagos on Saturday.
Nkeki said, “It’s not a small test for Chibok families. I want to share with you, almost 38 parents died, refused to eat, no help rendered to them during the first, second and third years of these girls in captivity.
It gives me a tough time to organise the families and get together, you know we are from different locations in Chibok Local Government.
I have to use a bicycle and ride almost 50km to see some of the parents.”