The Coalition Against Fake Activists(CAFA) has told Nigerians to hold one of the conveners of the BringBackOurGirls (BBOG) group, Oby Ezekwesili, responsible for the continued abduction of the Chibok Girls.
On April 14 2014, scores of female students were kidnapped from a Secondary School in the town of Chibok in Borno State by Boko Haram terrorists.
Six years down the line, many remain in captivity and Ezekwesili and her group have used the opportunity to hug the limelight.
In a statement by Director of Communication and Publicity, Comrade Ibrahim Kabiru Dallah, on Thursday, the activists said the young girls would have been released long ago if not for Ezekwesili’s propaganda and theatrics.
According to Dallah, the erstwhile Minister of Education, accused of squandering funds meant for her presidential campaign, is trying to resume exploiting the situation.
It added that the chartered accountant aims to “mislead Nigerians to ignore the fact that the rescue and release of every person in the hands of fleeing elements of Boko Haram terrorists is a must for the military and the Federal Government.”
CAFA, therefore, warned Ezekwesili that Nigerians will not tolerate the inglorious activities of crisis merchants and fake activists at this period that efforts are on to protect the country from COVID-19.
The group further advised the co-convener and her associates to forthwith suspend their paid activism to allow the world defeat COVID-19 and the military clean out Boko Haram.