Some of released Chibok girls
However, in new tweets, yesterday, Salkida said new information available to him, from two other cells within the sect, indicated that apart from the original 15 he knew were alive, there were 15 other girls still alive.
He wrote: “A leading member of the Jama’atu Ahlis-Sunna Lidda’Awati Wal-Jihad or BH has now clarified the earlier information about 15 girls.
“Indeed, the 15 #Chibokgirls are available, but known to a particular cell that spoke to me emphatically days leading to the fourth anniversary.
“However, two other cells within the larger group have brought additional information, clarifying the earlier information; that there are another 10 girls available to another cell.
“Outside of the 15 and 10, another 5, amongst the girls, are also alive; as at early hours of today. (yesterday).
“With the new information, the total number of the girls, reportedly, alive are 30.”
Salkida said the objective of his tweets on Saturday was to compel government and Boko Haram to speak but that government was unnecessarily defensive.
“It is most disappointing that the federal government, in its might and given the machinery available to it, peremptorily declared to the public that it lacks institutional memory regarding the processes of the #Chibokgirls,”he added. SHARE THIS STORY USING ANY OF THE BUTTON BELOW ⬇ PLACE YOUR TEXT ADVERT BELOW ⬇⬇⬇