Money Falls On Dapchi Girls On Return Home
It is not a lot but the Dapchi schoolgirls have not returned home empty handed after all.
They had met with the President and they should be singing Davido's song now, with small money falling on them.
The last few days have been busy for the Dapchi girls returned by Boko Haram a month and a day after they were taken from Government Girls Science and Technical College in Yobe State.
On Sunday, the girls returned home to the waiting hands of their parents who had cried out over what they termed second separation when military shielded them from seeing their daughters.
On their return, however, the girls received a total of 10,000 Naira each from an individual and an organisation.
A Vice Principal of the school, who requested that he should not be named told Bounce News that each of the Dapchi schoolgirls received 5,000 Naira each from the Minister of state for Foreign Affairs, Khadija Bukar Abba Ibrahim.
After she handed them the money, a clinic also gave the girls 5,000 Naira each.
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According to the Vice Principal, all the returned Dapchi Schoolgirls are now at home with their parents.
The girls were returned on March 20 by a faction of the Boko Haram terrorist group that is allied with the Islamic State after negotiations with the Nigerian government.
The government insists that no ransom was paid.