With Leah Sharibu still held captive, for refusing to convert to Islam, after the remaining Dapchi girls were released by terrorist sect Boko Haram, Bestselling author and former aide to Ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Pastor Reno Omokri has released a book on the girl titled, “Leah Sharibu: The Girl Boko Haram Left Behind.”
This is just as music superstar, Onyeka Onwenu, in a video appeal to President Buhari and Boko Haram, wept profusely as she called for Leah Sharibu’s release.
In the video appeal, Onwenu lamented the trauma she said the girl would have been subjected to and called on all and sundry to join hands and have the girl released.
Omokri, said the book is filled with explosive revelations, backed with documentary evidence and eyewitness account and that it “exposed startling revelations about the #DapchiGirls Abduction which will no doubt cause shockwaves in Nigeria.
“The book revealed how strange orders were given to the military personnel guarding Dapchi to depart the town after it became known to the security forces that Boko Haram was about to target Dapchi.”
The author also claimed that “the Buhari administration deliberately allowed Boko Haram abduct the girls so it could justify its demand to withdraw $1 billion from the Excess Crude Account, according to testimony provided by a serving Senator.
The book comes with a heart wrenching appeal by music superstar, Onyeka Onwenu, who made a tearful appeal to Boko Haram to release Leah Sharibu.”
Meanwhile, Omokri, on twitter, said the General Overseer of the Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleiman, has just donated ₦1 million to Leah Sharibu’s family following the appeal by Pastor Omokri.
Omokri also said that profit realized from the sale of the book would be donated to Leah Sharibu’s family.
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