Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, has urged the campaigners to refund monie

Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, has urged the campaigners to refund monies collected for the movement.
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He lamented that it was shameful that “merchants of fortune” profiteered from the abduction of over 300 schoolboys from Government Science Secondary School, Kankara, Katsina State.
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Shehu said the creators of hashtags like the lacked patriotism. Several hashtags including the had surfaced online after the December 11 abduction of the Kankara schoolboys.
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Gunmen on motorcycles had attacked the school and abducted the students a few hours after the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), arrived in the state for a week-long private visit.
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Katsina State Governor, Aminu Masari, however, announced the release of the 344 schoolboys six days after their abduction by bandits.
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While some Nigerians, particularly the parents of the abducted students, delight in the news of the schoolboys’ release, the President has been knocked in certain quarters by persons who felt he created the problem and should not relish in the students’ release.
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But Shehu, in a piece on Sunday titled, ‘Five Takeaways From The Safe Return Of 344 Kankara Schoolboys’, said the release of the students would be celebrated in any decent part of the world where empathy overrides cheap politics.
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According to the presidential aide, by the release of the Kankara schoolboys, the Buhari regime demonstrated “unquestionable capacity to protect Nigerians” and those who doubt the regime’s resolve are “mischievous”.
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Shehu slammed the “mischievous” elements who he claimed anticipated a prolonged stay of the students in captivity.
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Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, has urged the #BringBackOurBoys campaigners to refund monies collected for the movement.
.
He lamented that it was shameful that “merchants of fortune” profiteered from the abduction of over 300 schoolboys from Government Science Secondary School, Kankara, Katsina State.
.
Shehu said the creators of hashtags like the #BringBackOurBoys lacked patriotism. Several hashtags including the #BringBackOurBoys had surfaced online after the December 11 abduction of the Kankara schoolboys.
.
Gunmen on motorcycles had attacked the school and abducted the students a few hours after the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), arrived in the state for a week-long private visit.
.
Katsina State Governor, Aminu Masari, however, announced the release of the 344 schoolboys six days after their abduction by bandits.
.
While some Nigerians, particularly the parents of the abducted students, delight in the news of the schoolboys’ release, the President has been knocked in certain quarters by persons who felt he created the problem and should not relish in the students’ release.
.
But Shehu, in a piece on Sunday titled, ‘Five Takeaways From The Safe Return Of 344 Kankara Schoolboys’, said the release of the students would be celebrated in any decent part of the world where empathy overrides cheap politics.
.
According to the presidential aide, by the release of the Kankara schoolboys, the Buhari regime demonstrated “unquestionable capacity to protect Nigerians” and those who doubt the regime’s resolve are “mischievous”.
.
Shehu slammed the “mischievous” elements who he claimed anticipated a prolonged stay of the students in captivity.

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