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Alleged Plot By APC To Stop The Release Of Schoolgirls Revealed By APGA Chieftain

Kidnapping is one of the major security challenge affecting the Northern part of Nigeria. Over the last couple of months, we have heard a lot about the Kidnap of school children ranging from the Kankara abduction in Katsina to the recent abduction of over 200 schoolgirls in Jangebe, Zamfara state.

Recall that on Friday, February 26, the entire nation woke up to the news of the abduction of the schoolgirls. Many feared that another Chibok girls episode was about to begin but, fortunately for us, they were released some days later.

In recent news, Dr. Sani Abdullahi Shinkafi, a Chieftain of All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) in Zamfara State who also happens to be the leader of the political party in the state alleged that the All Progressive Congress (APC) in Zamfara State offered the sum of N56 million to bandits not to release the abducted schoolgirls.

According to him, the aim of the All Progressive Congress (APC) was to internationally sabotage the effort of the state governor, Matawalle Bello in ensuring that peace exist in the state.

The APGA leader also noted that security operatives should be more watchful and active in curtailing the Insecurity situation that is currently affecting the country.

He noted that if politicians from both the ruling party and opposition parties should submit their phone numbers and a security check is done on them, the story that will come out will be too shocking to bear. 

Sarkafi said all security checks should be dated back to February 25th, the day before the abduction to the time when the school girls were released.

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