Wednesday, 12 September 2018

Leah Sharibu’s parents home raided by robbers in Yobe

 Leah Sharibu’s parents home raided by robbers in Yobe

The home of Leah Sharibu, the only student of Government Girls Secondary School, Dapchi, Yobe state, still in Boko Haram custody was raided by suspected robbers.

According to reports, the robbers invaded the home of the Sharibu's in the early hours of Monday, September 10th carting away foodstuff, a generator set and other of their personal possessions.

According to Leah's mother, she got back home on Monday after taking her son to school, only to discover their home had been burgled.

Leah was abducted alongside 110 of her classmates in February.

In March, the Boko Haram sect members released 104 of the girls but held on to Leah because she refused to denounce her faith. 5 of the girls died in the sect's custody.

Recently, the sect members released a proof of life video showing Leah pleading with the Federal government to come to her rescue.

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