Full List Of Abducted Girls Of Government Girls’ Science Technical College, Dapchi, Yobe State

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  1. Fatima Bashir
  2. Aisha Kachalla
  3. Zainab Abubakar
  4. Falmata Wakil
  5. Fatima Isa
  6. Fatima Musa
  7. Aisha Usman
  8. Aisha Adamu
  9. Fatima Isa
  10. Hauwa A. Mohammed Idriss
  11. Maryam Mohammed
  12. Fatima Mohammed II
  13. Hauwa Salisu
  14. Hassana Gambo
  15. Aisha Adamu
  16. Adama Garba
  17. Zara Grema
  18. Maryam Daamkontoma
  19. Zainab Bama
  20. Fatsuma Abdullahi
  21. Fatima Yahaya Tarbutu
  22. Amina Yahaya Tarbutu
  23. Amina Adamu
  24. Hajara Ali
  25. Fatima Abdullahi
  26. Fatsuma Ali
  27. Zara’U Mohammed
  28. Salamatu Garba
  29. Falmata Alh. Inuwa
  30. Falmata Alh. Ali
  31. Aisha B. Danjuma
  32. Maryam Bashir
  33. Maryam Aliyu Mabu
  34. Fatima Modu Bamba
  35. Aisha Modu Bamba
  36. Hafsat Haruna
  37. Rabi Alh. Nasiru
  38. Hadiza Moh’D
  39. Fatima Aji Hassan
  40. Falmata Wakil
  41. Aisha Wakil
  42. Falmata A. Audu
  43. Aisha Maina
  44. Aisha Mohammed
  45. Aisha Mamuda
  46. Name missing on list

47.Zainab Usman

  1. Hadiza Mohammed Taiduma
  2. Maryam Ibrahim
  3. Fatima M. Gira
  4. Hafsat Ibrahim Gira
  5. Maryam Ibrahim
  6. Zara Tijjani
  7. Amina Haruna
  8. Fatima Adamu
  9. Khadija Mai Sale
  10. Khadija Ali
  11. Habiba Musa Jakana
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59 Fatima Bukar

  1. Hajara Gidado
  2. Maryam Basiru
  3. Fatima Usman
  4. Maryam Ibrahim
  5. Leah Sherubu
  6. Aisha Alh. Deri
  7. Fatima Hassan Mustapha
  8. Zainab Manu
  9. Zara Tijjani
  10. Zainab Bukar Abba
  11. Hauwa Saidu Abubakar
  12. Karima Inusa
  13. Amina A. Abubakar
  14. Yakura Sani
  15. Rabi Yahaya Tela
  16. Hajara Yahaya Tela
  17. Marya Mustapha
  18. Aisha Abdullahi
  19. Maryam Adamu Mohammed
  20. Bintu Usman
  21. Fatsuma Mohammed
  22. Salamatu Isiyaku
  23. Hauwa Lawan
  24. Aisha B. Danjuma
  25. Aisha Moh’D Jakusko
  26. Hauwa Bulama
  27. Fatima Abubakar Jambo
  28. Walida Adamu
  29. Fanna Mohammed
  30. Aisha M. Bukar
  31. Maryam Usman
  32. Aisha Abba Aji
  33. Maryam Usman
  34. Maimuna A. Hassan
  35. Zara Musa
  36. Maryam Mohammed Kaku
  37. Khadija Suleiman
  38. Habiba Nuhu Dan Inu
  39. Fatima Isiyaku Aliyu
  40. Sahura Jibir Mohammed
  41. Khadija Grema Dabuwa
  42. Zara Grema Dabuwa
  43. Zara Mohammed Lawan
  44. Fatima Mohammed
  45. Fati Modu Aisami
  46. Fatsuma Alli.


We’re yet to locate 105 girls — Parents


No fewer than 105 students may be missing in the aftermath of Monday’s invasion of the Government Girls’ Science Technical College, Dapchi, Yobe State, by suspected Boko Haram terrorists, The Nation gathered yesterday.


The names were personally submitted to the school’s authorities by the parents of the affected students, according to the Chairman, Forum of Parents of the missing Dapchi Girls, Mallam Bashir Manzo.


Governor Ibrahim Gaidam of Yobe State said 84 students remain missing .


The list obtained by The Nation contains the name of each missing student,her local government area and telephone numbers of her parents.


A mix of tension and mourning pervaded the community for the fifth day running yesterday when The Nation visited the area.


Residents said it was clear from the behaviour of invaders on Monday that their mission was solely to abduct the students.


Manzo said when the gunmen demanded that they be shown the way to the school, some residents tried to play a fast one on them and sent them in a wrong direction.


However the gunmen soon found out their destination when they heard the students shouting.


Manzo, recalling the sequence of events on the fateful day, said: “On Monday, Boko Haram entered our town and started shouting. We just came out from Magrib prayers when the shooting started.


“The shooting by Boko Haram sparked confusion at the school with everyone running helter-skelter.


“When they came, they didn’t even know where the school was located. They came and asked some people to show them the girls’ school.


“The first person they asked to show them the school took them to Central Primary School.


“They eventually found out the girls’ school when the students were screaming and trying to jump over the fence in a bid to escape.


“They rounded up as many girls as they could lay their hands on and packed them into their vehicles.


“They then escaped.

“The following day, the school authorities took a roll call of children in the school, but they did not give us the figure.


“The list we have here is from the parents that came themselves and reported that they had not seen their children up till this moment (yesterday).


“When a parent comes, he gives us his name himself, the name of his child, his town, local government area and his phone number. We are not collating these names by any phone call or text message. You have to come yourself and give your name and the name of your daughter that is missing, otherwise we will not accept anything short of that.


“The list we have got now is one hundred and five students that have not been found up till today (yesterday).


“We had a report that these children were found at Gaidam and people celebrated. We even gathered that the children would be handed over to the governor here in Dapchi.


“When the governor came, we were gathered at the house of the District Head and the governor told us that none of the girls had been rescued. The governor said he was not sure whether our children are in Boko Haram’s captivity, but we are sure that Boko Haram took our children. We have evidence.


“When they took them (children), they were crying and screaming for help. They came through the Gumsa Road and went back on the same road.


“Residents of villages along that road heard the children crying and screaming in the vehicles.


“In one of the villages, residents overheard the insurgents saying they needed to tie the children well so that they won’t escape.


“We are calling on those that would help us get back our children to help us. We are sure Boko Haram took our children. This one is an undisputable fact. That is the truth. We gave our children to the school authorities and so they should bring back our children. We will go as far as meeting President Buhari .


“They only came to get the girls and not to do anything in this town.


“We took the photographs of the store of the school and everything is intact. No single food item was removed.


“We are not happy with the delegation of the Federal Government. They did not look for the principal or the parents of the missing girls or enter any office of the principal or a classroom in the school when they visited Dapchi.”


Governor Gaidam, however, said yesterday that from the figures available to him, 84 students remain missing.


He put the students’ population at 906 out of which 822 were marked present after the attack.


Gaidam spoke yesterday when his Kano State counterpart, Abdullahi Ganduje paid him a visit in Damaturu.


The Yobe governor expressed surprise that security men were unexpectedly withdrawn from the town a few hours before the attack.


He said the attack is a major setback in the war against Boko Haram.


Source: The Nigerianvoice

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