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Author: Omotayo Yusuf
- Mama Boko Haram has said she is working with International Committee of Red Cross to see that Leah Sharibu is released from captivity
- According to her, Leah has not renounced her Christian faith
- Leah is one of the abducted Dapchi school girls yet to be rescued from Boko Haram captivity Aisha Wakil, popularly known as Mama Boko Haram, has revealed that she is partnering with the International Committee of Red Cross to rescue Leah Sharibu who was abducted by Boko Haram.
Sharibu was one of the 112 girls kidnapped by Boko Haram from Girls Technical College, Dapchi, Yobe state. While others were later released, Sharibu was held because she refused to renounce her Christian faith.
PR Nigeria reports that Mama Taraba said Sharibu has not renounced her Christian faith and that her NGO, Complete Care And Aid Foundation, in collaboration with the Red Cross will see to her release. She said: “I am really worried about Leah and her freedom from Boko Haram is very important to me. Leah did not renounced her religion, that I can assure you and we shall do everything with both the government and the international organisation to ensure she regain her freedom just like her colleagues that were reunited with her families.” Meanwhile, after its plenary on Wednesday, July 4, the house of commons of the United Kingdom (UK) assured the federal government of its supports in ensuring the safe release of Leah Sharibu, one of the Dapchi girls who were kidnapped by Boko Haram terrorists in February 2018.
The United Kingdom has vowed to the federal government that it will support it in its effort to actualise the safe recovery and return of Leah Sharibu, one of the Dapchi girls abducted by Boko Haram terrorists in February 2018. Sharibu, the only Christian, was held back for allegedly refusing to renounce her faith, The Cable reports. The Cable reported that the house of commons (lower chamber of the UK parliament) came to a consensus on Sharibu at its plenary on Wednesday, July 4.