Screen Shot 2014-05-10 at 11.21.25 AMPresident Goodluck Jonathan says he believes the hundreds of schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram last month are still in Nigeria and not trafficked across the border into Cameroon and Chad.

“There are stories that they have moved them outside of the country,” Jonathan says, according to Reuters. “But if they move that number of girls to Cameroon, people will see, so I believe they are still in Nigeria.”

“We are also working with the experts that will use remote sensors to see [the insurgents] wherever they are. So that basically says they are within the Sambisa area,” Jonathan adds.


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  • vintage3000

    Yes that’s great president Goodluck, broadcast to the entire world your strategy for finding these girls.

  • Deelilah Maye

    I don’t trust anything he has to say at this point though I don’t doubt it’s true. He has seemed more afraid of culpability than finding the girls from the jump.

  • Tabatha

    How does he knw that? Oh,I forgot. He also had knowledge the kidnappings was going to take place and , did nothing.