Modu B Goniri, Personal Assistant to the Yobe State Commissioner of Works and parent to two of the girls missing from Government Girls Secondary School, Dapchi, in Yobe State has spoken.
Goniri said his daughters; Aisha Modu, 18 and Falmata Modu, 17 both students of SSSII are among the missing girls.
According to the Sun, Goniri stated that about 94 school girls were still missing.
“It’s not true that some girls were rescued. About 94 of the girls are still missing, including two of my daughters.
“No one can actually say the whereabouts of the girls, they have disappeared completely without any trace,” Modu said.
He denied reports that the Nigerian military rescued some girls.
He added that the Yobe State Governor, Ibrahim Geidam addressed distraught parents Thursday afternoon at the premises of the school but could not say the whereabouts of the girls or whether they were rescued.
“Governor Gaidam told us to keep praying that the girls should be found,” Goniri added.