Today, veteran Journalist and panelist of the Journalists' Hangout, Babajide Kolade-Otitoju, expressed his joy at the release of the 279 girls that were abducted by bandits at Government Girl's Secondary School, Jangebe.
Babjide Kolade-Otitoju, clearly stated that there were false reports about the release of the girls, but this time around they Government had truly secured freedom for the 279 girls.
However, the line where he asked Nigerians not to ask him if the girls were released after a ramsom was paid, was a truly subtle one because he went ahead to give Nigerians a hint on how the girls were released.
In my opinion, subtly pointed out to Nigerians that since the Nigerian Army was not involved in the release of the young girls, ransoms may have been paid. However, his statement was for Nigerians to make use of deductive reasoning an feet the necessary answers, themselves.
Dear Nigerians, what is your take on this very delicate issue of National concern?
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