The news of the release of 76 out of the 110 Dapchi school girls by the terrorist Boko Haram group is generating reactions from Nigerians.
Nigerians who spoke on the issue took to Twitter to add their voices in joy, suspicion, disbelief and call to action on the release of the school girls.
The Dapchi abduction on February 19 brought back painful memories of a similar abduction in Chibok in April 2014, when more than 200 girls were taken.
Check out the numerous reactions down below from Nigerians.
What a REAL PITY. Extremely SADDENED that even 1 of OUR #DapchiGirls DIED in this ENTIRELY PREVENTABLE tragedy. Now 5 parents will be grieving these UNPARDONABLE deaths.
Our prayers are with them for God's COMFORT & PEACE that passes all human understanding. https://t.co/sd2yR0uxkD
— Oby Ezekwesili (@obyezeks) March 21, 2018
It must have taken a lot to return the #DapchiGirls in terms of logistics. It would be great to know what Nigeria had to give/do this time to have these girls returned. We are glad they are back but let’s not miss a chance to learn how to do better.
— JJ. Omojuwa (@Omojuwa) March 21, 2018
— #BringBackOurGirls (@BBOG_Nigeria) March 21, 2018
Before #DapchiGirls were abducted, someone calledto withdraw the security forces in the area. Before they nearly captured Boko Haram leader Shekau, someone called the troops to stand down.
Who is this someone who has no name?
— Babasola Kuti (@SKSolaKuti) March 14, 2018
Media: BH returns kidnapped #DapchiGirls
We: Thank God o! But how come?🧐🤔🤨 pic.twitter.com/Hx2Wr7RLPg
— Ikechukwu Prince 🤴 (@Ike_prince_Ike) March 21, 2018
The news of d release of d #DapchiGirls is an exciting one if it's been confirmed 2 be true…it's sth we can commend d APC govt 4.
But on a 2nd thot, I'm forced 2 ask how d deal was brokered swiftly. Is there sth d govt is not telling us? @MrFixNigeria @segalink @obyezeks
— Obi Anyaogu (@iamOBIECHINA) March 21, 2018
#DapchiGirls saga poses more questions than answers. Unfolding events suggest that #Nigeria is in an extremely deep mess: Fed Govt is more or less a helpless onlooker in the scheme of things: security and security intelligence in real terms have failed completely!
— Mbaka Ogonnaya (@Mbaka_Ogonnaya) March 21, 2018
We are thankful to Almighty, and then grateful to those who worked tirelessly for the return of #Dapchigirls to their parents. The good news made my day, today.
— Isa Ali Pantami, PhD (@DrIsaPantami) March 21, 2018
What do you pple take Nigerians for? Ori gbogbo yin ti daaru.
Finally, Dapchi girls Abduction is a Scam. @Gidi_Traffic
— Atilade Mensah (@Fadeojamomi) March 21, 2018
It's only in Nigeria that terrorist will be funded by the government.
it's only in Nigeria that terrorist will kidnap in the night and return in the day.
Wawu!!!!!!@segalink @YemieFASH @ayosogunro
— thisisBOJ (@thisisBOJ) March 21, 2018
SOME NIGERIANS~Buhari is incompetent.
Buhari negotiated for their release and #dapchigirls freed,
SAME PEOPLE:Buhari is playing Politics.
We hail thee!
— PositiveMantra (@skaalbgroup) March 21, 2018
#Dapchigirls girls have been returned, some dead.
Government paid Boko Haram, allowed them to drive them back to Dapchi town, drop them without any arrest.
— Adetutu Balogun (@Tutsy22) March 21, 2018
— Duru Chibuzor eric (@DuruchibuzorE) March 21, 2018
BHT Kidnapped Girls….Stage 1
Boko Haram Returns Kidnapped Girls… Stage 2
Buhari, I have fulfilled my Promise to rescue Abducted girls…. Stage 3
End of Movie
— The Nigerian Wailers (@NGRWailers) March 21, 2018
So Boko Haram returned the kidnapped #DapchiGirls in the same set of vehicles they used to kidnap them and none of the security agent assigned to the vicinity saw them.
Is there more to this report they aren't disclosing? pic.twitter.com/wZQzv6EK33
— Kemi Ariyo (@d_problemsolver) March 21, 2018
They think Nigerians are stupid having struck a deal with terrorists on #DapchiGirls conundrum, now someone will rekindle the Messiah Myth with imbecilic narratives that will be gobbled up by Online Herders scavenging for crumbs. Others will be distracted by the lies about Money. pic.twitter.com/Dvm0AVjI85
— SEGA L’éveilleur®🚨 (@segalink) March 21, 2018
#DapchiGirls are back, except for the 5 that died (according to report)!
Boko Haram drove all the way from Sambisa forest to drop the girls in Yobe town & drove back and nobody saw them? 🤔
It is obvious that Boko Haram & Fulani Herdsmen are both Political!
— Opeyemi Babalola (@CACCOT1) March 21, 2018
Don't blame them. WAILING is their default settings.
— Adebayo Bankole Akintunde (@AdeBanqie) March 21, 2018
If it was not apparent before, it is now with the return of the #DapchiGirls. BH will be here with us for a long time. It has become too lucrative. Even people who are not ideologues will create small factions just to kidnap & take a ransom. We are in deep sh*t.
— Babanla (@biolakazeem) March 21, 2018
I believe Nigerians should ask questions on every issue. And the government must also explain. This is a democracy. Because the girls have returned doesn't mean we shouldn't ask "what happened"? and "What did you do to release them"?#DapchiGirls
— Israel Ugochukwu Journalist (@JonalistIsrael) March 21, 2018
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