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The Nigerian Government has reacted to a viral email sent by one Sergeant David Bako alleging that the Dapchi Girls kidnap was planned by the Nigerian Army and the presidency.

In a statement on Sunday, the report was described as fake as there was no soldier named ‘David Bako’ in the Nigerian army.

In an email sent to a Paris based news outlet, the said Sergeant David Bako, who claimed to be from Plateau state, said the plot was planned and rehearsed for two weeks by Buhari’s loyalists in the army of which he was one. He said the desperation by Buhari to rule Nigeria for another four years drove him on to employ all means to make sure he remains in power.

Speaking to journalists in Lagos, Minister for Information, Alhaji Lai Mohammed who described the news as disinformation and fake news said there is no soldier bearing the name ‘David Bako’ in the Nigerian Army and that the intention of those behind the fake news is to cause disaffection between Christian and Muslims.

“Let me use this opportunity to react to the fake news making the rounds concerning a supposed Sergeant in the Nigerian Army, named David Bako, who said he was part of an alleged conspiracy by the Government to abduct the Dapchi girls.

“This is a classic example of what I have just said: Disinformation and fake news! I can tell you categorically that this David Bako is fake. There is no such soldier in the Nigerian Army. There was no conspiracy anywhere. The intention of those behind the disinformation and fake news is to cause disaffection between Christians and Muslims, and between Southerners and Northerners”.

“This Administration’s success in seeking an early release of the Dapchi girls has ruffled many feathers. It has upturned a lot of plans by naysayers. They have not been able to sleep since the girls came back”.

“Their campaign to unseat President Buhari is fuelling their desperation. Nigerians should prepare to see more avalanche of disinformation and fake news. But they should not lend any credibility to such reports. They belong to the trash can!


2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. david

    March 25, 2018 at 5:34 pm

    Time will prove if it is true and false

  2. Emeka

    March 25, 2018 at 6:29 pm

    I have one question, how did girls picked up with only wrappers, come back with luggage’s? Lai Mohammed should cross checked before misleading people.Has the Boko Haram become very generous to provide those. I believe David Bako. The truth will vindicate Sgt. Bako

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