Mrs Rebecca Samuel Yaga, whose daughter Sarah Samuel is among the 195 girls still in Boko Haram captivity, yesterday begged the federal government and the international community to help bring back their daughters.
This was just as Bukky Shonibare, a strategic member of the #BringBackOurGirls group (BBOG), disclosed that since the abduction three years ago, 19 parents of the girls have died while others continue to battle high blood pressure and heartache.
They spoke at the inaugural annual Chibok Girls Lecture organized by the #BBOG group in Abuja yesterday.
Mrs Rebecca, in an emotional outburst, said there was nothing the Chibok parents and the community could do without thinking of the conditions of their daughters. She appealed for help to ease their pain.
“We keep wondering in what condition our girls are in, so please help us,” she pleaded.