Childbirth: All I want is see my daughter return alive, well – Nathan, Leah Sharibu’s father

 

The father of Leah Sharibu, Nathan Shuaribu, may have resolved to absolve necessary shocks arising from the news of her daughter giving birth to a child in her Boko Haram captivity. Leah was alaso said to have been married off to a Boko Haram commander in her hostage camp.

Nathan Sharibu was gathered to have in a media interaction on Sunday, expressed his preference to be silent on the on the information that his daughter has given birth to child in her captivity.

Nathan had simply emphasized his foremost expectations, saying: “my primary concern is to see my daughter return alive and well.”

National Daily gathered news that Leah Sharibu has given birth to a child and has been married to a Boko Haram commander dominated the society after Journalist, Ahmad Sakilda, who is said to have access to the terrorists made a broadcast  in a tweet that the abducted schoolgirl is now a mother. Ahmad Sakilda on his twitter handle, @A_Salkida, decried that virtually everyone abandoned Leah, and therefore, shouldn’t have expected non-occurrence of the latest news.

The tweet read: “Why, I wonder, do we pretend that leaving Leah behind won’t result in pregnancy? Since the terror group announced condemning her to slavery, is there any step or collective focus on preventing similar occurrences? “She’s a mother, but I don’t know about the gender of the baby,”.

— Ahmad Salkida (@A_Salkida)

Leah Sharibu was kidnapped with over 100 other schoolgirls of the  Science Secondary School, Dapchi, Yobe State, on February 19, 2018.

The federal government negotiation team secured the release of other girls except Leah. The Boko Haram terrorists were said to have withheld Leah’s freedom because she refused to denounce her religion – Christianity.

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