The Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose, has said the true story surrounding the release of abducted Chibok girls will be told one day.
Recall that Boko Haram sect had on October 13 released 21 of the over 200 girls abducted in 2014 following reported negotiation with the Federal Government.
On the 22 of December 2016, reports had it that another set of 21 girls were released but the Presidency dismissed it, saying the sect had not released another set but negotiation was on-going.
Also, troops on January 5, 2017, discovered one of the abducted girls, identified as Rakiya Abubakar with a six months old baby during a clearance operation in Damboa, Borno State.
Reacting to the issue of Chibok girls, Fayose wondered why the girls have not be fully reunited with their parents.
In a statement by his Special Assistant on Public Communications and New Media, Lere Olayinka, Fayose said, “Have you ever seen anyone that will be in captivity for that long and won’t be eager to reunite with his or her family two months after regaining freedom?
“If the girls are truly Chibok girls, their freedom must be total. They must also be allowed to tell their own stories.
“However, as it appears, the girls may have moved from one captivity to another.”