The Mail, a foreign newspaper on Sunday has claimed it has seen a new video were eight of the abducted school girls begged for their freedom. They claimed the girls dressed in a pale blue gingham school uniform in the new footage the paper described as “heartbreaking”
An Australian cleric, Dr. Stephen Davis, said to have been hired by President Goodluck Jonathan, has been working secretly in Nigeria for almost a month now and has been negotiating for the release of the girls, who were abducted in their school on April 15, the paper also said.
Sadly, some of the girls are already ill, with one of them nursing a broken wrist.
Four of them, who spoke clearly in Hausa, said they were taking by force and that they are hungry.
“A tall girl, aged about 18, says tearfully, ‘my family will be worried’.
“Another speaking softly, says: ‘I never expected to suffer like this in my life’. A third says: ‘They have taken us away by force’. The fourth girl complains: ‘We are not getting enough food’.”
But the president and few of his ministers have assured Nigerians that the Chibok school girls will be rescued alive.