Christian Leaders Fume As Names Of Abducted Chibok Students Are Released By CAN

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BornuChristian Leaders Fume As Names Of Abducted Chibok Students Are Released By CAN-The names of almost 200 students abducted by Boko Haram have been identified and released by Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN.

The students have been abducted for over three weeks with many demanding for the names and evidence of their identity through their names.

CAN have released the names and are demanding that the government be taken responsible for the damage caused both the students who were sitting for their West African Examination Council.

The National Christian Body, consequently, demanded N50m as damages as well as overseas scholarship, for each girl from the federal government.

 

The students were abducted  April 15 at the Government Girls College in  Borno State, Nigeria on April 15 this year.

The Christian body claimed that among the abducted, 165 were Christian and  only 15 are Muslims.

According to  figures  obtained from Evangelist Mathew Owojaiye, president of Old Time Revival Hour, and former chairman of Northern States Christian and Elders Forum, the estimated number of the abducted girls totaled 180.

The details were contained in a statement signed by the President/Founder of Old Time Revival Hour, Kaduna & immediate-past chairman of Northern States Christian and Elders Forum (NOCSEF), an affiliate of CAN.

Evangelist Matthew Owojaiye also gave reason for the attack on the girls’ college.

“Chibok Local Government is 90% Christians. Majority of the girls abducted are Christian! Why did Boko Haram visit Chibok Local Government? Why didn’t they visit so many other Local Government Girls Secondary Schools in Borno State?”

While demanding for those girls in Senior Secondary School, SSS, one and two to be transfered to schools of their choice, CAN called on faithful across the country to pray for their release.

Owojaiye said for “Daughters of Zion taken captive, to be treated as slaves and sold into marriage to unclean people. Abomination has been committed.

“Raise lamentation to High Heavens. What a shame on the Church of the Living God.

“The Church in Nigeria is hereby called to A Lamentation Prayer.

“Every Christian home must raise a lamentation to heaven daily. Let God arise and defend his Name, Honour and Majesty.

“Let a 15 minutes cry to heaven be done in every Church every time they gather. Oh God, Rend the Heavens and come down!

Why should the people say where is our God?

“The Military may not be able to solve the problem but prayer will. Ordinary Military force may not get them out! Intensive Agonizing Prayer will.”

CAN added that there should be a concrete plan by the federal government after the recovery of the abducted girls.

“We make the following demands of the Federal Government whose duty it was to protect the innocent girls.

“First, a N50million damage as trauma compensation to each girl.

“Second, a preparation to take each girl to an overseas University on Government scholarship by September 2014. Preparation for that must start now!

Vanguard has not been able to verify the authenticity of the list.

The names as released by CAN.

Here are the names of our daughters.

Gunmen kidnap 8 more girls in BornoThese are the Christian Girls:

1. Deborah Abge Chrstian

2. Awa Abge

3. Hauwa Yirma

4. Asabe Manu

5. Mwa Malam pogu

6. Patiant Dzakwa

7. Saraya Mal. Stover

8. Mary Dauda

9. Gloria Mainta

10. Hanatu Ishaku

11. Gloria Dama

12. Tabitha Pogu

13. Maifa Dama

14. Ruth kollo

15. Esther Usman

16. Awa James

17. Anthonia Yahonna

18. Kume Mutah

19. Aisha Ezekial

20. Nguba Buba

21. Kwanta Simon

22. Kummai Aboku

23. Esther Markus

24. Hana Stephen

25. Rifkatu Amos

26. Rebecca Mallum

27. Blessing Abana

28. Ladi Wadai

29. Tabitha Hyelampa

30. Ruth Ngladar

31. Safiya Abdu

32. Na’omi Yahonna

33. Solomi Titus

34. Rhoda John

35. Rebecca Kabu

36. Christy Yahi

37. Rebecca Luka

38. Laraba John

39 Saratu Markus

40. Mary Usman

41. Debora Yahonna

42.Naomi Zakaria

43. Hanatu Musa

44. Hauwa Tella

45. Juliana Yakubu

46. Suzana Yakubu

47. Saraya Paul

48. Jummai Paul

49. Mary Sule

50. Jummai John

51. Yanke Shittima

52. Muli Waligam

53. Fatima Tabji

54. Eli Joseph

55. Saratu Emmanuel

56. Deborah Peter

57. Rahila Bitrus

58. Luggwa Sanda

59. Kauna Lalai

60. Lydia Emmar

61. Laraba Maman

62. Hauwa Isuwa

63. Confort Habila

64. Hauwa Abdu

65. Hauwa Balti

66. Yana Joshua

67. Laraba Paul

68. Saraya Amos

69. Glory Yaga

70. Na’omi Bitrus

71. Godiya Bitrus

72. Awa Bitrus

73. Na’omi Luka

74. Maryamu Lawan

75. Tabitha Silas

76. Mary Yahona

77. Ladi Joel

78. Rejoice Sanki

79. Luggwa Samuel

80. Comfort Amos

81. Saraya Samuel

82. Sicker Abdul

83. Talata Daniel

84. Rejoice Musa

85. Deborah Abari

86. Salomi Pogu

87. Mary Amor

88. Ruth Joshua

89. Esther John

90. Esther Ayuba

91. Maryamu Yakubu

91. Zara Ishaku

93. Maryamu Wavi

94. Lydia Habila

95. Laraba Yahonna

96. Na’omi Bitrus

97. Rahila Yahanna

98. Ruth Lawan

99. Ladi Paul

100. Mary Paul

101. Esther Joshua

102. Helen Musa

103. Margret Watsai

104. Deborah Jafaru

105. Filo Dauda

106. Febi Haruna

107. Ruth Ishaku

108. Racheal Nkeki

109. Rifkatu Soloman

110. Mairama yahaya

111. Saratu Dauda

112. Jinkai Yama

113. Margret Shettima

114. Yana yidau

115. Grace Paul

116. Amina Ali

117. Palmata Musa

118. Awagana Musa

119. Pindar Nuhu

120. Yana Pogu

121. Saraya Musa

122. Hauwa Joseph

123. Hauwa kwakwi

125. Hauwa Musa

126. Maryamu Musa

127. Maimuna Usman

128. Rebeca Joseph

129. Liyatu Habitu

130. Rifkatu Yakubu

131. Naomi Philimon

132. Deborah Abbas

133. Ladi Ibrahim

134. Asabe Ali

135. Maryamu Bulama

136. Ruth Amos

137. Mary Ali

138. Abigail Bukar

139. Deborah Amos

140. Saraya Yanga

141. Kauna Luka

142. Christiana Bitrus

143. Yana Bukar

144. Hauwa peter

145. Hadiza Yakubu

146. Lydia Simon

147. Ruth Bitrus

148. Mary Yakubu

149. Lugwa Mutah

150. Muwa Daniel

151. Hanatu Nuhu

152. Monica Enoch

153. Margret Yama

154. Docas yakubu

155. Rhoda peter

156. Rifkatu Galang

157. Saratu Ayuba

158. Naomi Adamu

159. Hauwa Ishaya

160. Rahap Ibrahim

162. Deborah Soloman

163. Hauwa Mutah

164. Hauwa Takai

165. Serah Samuel

Below are the Muslim Girls.

166. Aishatu Musa

167. Aishatu Grema

168. Hauwa Nkeki

169. Hamsatu Abubakar

170. Mairama Abubakar

171. Hauwa Wule

172. Ihyi Abdu

173. Hasana Adamu

174. Rakiya Kwamtah

175. Halima Gamba

176. Aisha Lawan

177. Kabu Malla

178. Yayi Abana

179. Falta Lawan

180. Kwadugu Manu