- Immanuel James Ibe-Anyanwu, a facebook user, expressed grief over the captivity of Leah Sharibu
- Ibe-Anyanwu wondered why the issues surrounding her captivity was never mentioned by politicians during election campaigns
- The facebook always applauded the brillaince of the girl as reflected by her junior WAEC result
Leah Sharibu, one of the Dapchi schoolgirls abducted by the Boko Haram insurgent group, would be a year in captivity come Tuesday, February 19.
She is the only school girl that is yet to gain her freedom after her mates were returned by the terrorist group.
Immanuel James Ibe-Anyanwu, a facebook user, took to his page on Friday, February 15, to lament the condition surrounding Sharibu's continued unknown whereabouts.
Ibe-Anyanwu uploaded the girl's excellent junior WAEC result, applauding the girl's brilliance despite the fact that she is from a state where academic intelligence as hers is rare.
He also lamented the fact that nobody mentioned her issue in the just concluded campaign for the general elections.
Ibe-Anyanwu mentioned that in a saner society, the issue of Sharibu would have impacted greatly on the general elections.
He said : "Junior WAEC result of Leah Sharibu, a girl whose story should be ours. She is from Nigeria’s least-educated state, where a stunning result should hold promise for girls seeking education. But with 9 A’s and 3 B’s, Leah is serving Al-Barnawi in the bush, enslaved without consequence.
Not even electoral consequence attends her neglect by the government of her country. There was no mention of her name all through electioneering. Earlier, her abusers had, instead, reportedly received juicy ransoms rather than reproach for the evil they did.
Tomorrow is Nigeria’s presidential election. In decent places, Leah would impact that exercise. While we may be helpless about her, we could at least choose this moment to remember her yet again. To let her know that, though they may never remember, we will never forget."
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Recall that Legit.ng earlier reported that Rebecca, the mother of Leah Sharibu, appealed to President Muhammadu Buhari to fulfill the promise he made to her that her daughter will be released.
Mrs Rebecca Sharibu said that by Tuesday, February 19, it will be a year since her daughter had been in the captivity of the insurgent group.
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