Maida Yakubu’s mother, Esther Yakubu, one of the Chibok schoolgirl displayed carrying an AK 47 gun in a Boko Haram video released over thw weekend said on Sunday that she would not watch the video.
Mrs Yakubu said this yesterday in a telephone conversation with newsmen, Madam Yakubu said she had not seen the video and was not ready to watch it.
The video is one of the two made available by the sect at the weekend where Maida and three other girls said they would not return from the terrorists’ den.
“I have not seen the video and I don’t intend to see it. I cannot comment on what I have not seen,” she said.
Also yesterday, Parents of the released 82 girls confirmed that they were being mobilised from Chibok and environs where they live to visit their children in Abuja.
The father of one of the girls, Yama Pogu, said the parents had been meeting in Chibok, getting ready for the journey to Abuja.
Pogu said although a date had not been fixed, all the parents had been mobilised.
He said the parents had no idea if the Federal Government would sponsor their trip to Abuja but were determined to see their daughters.
“They have mobilised us and we have started making preparations but yet to set a date for our departure. We even had a meeting today, all the parents, including those outside Chibok.
“We have all decided that we are going; we don’t know if they would be paying for our transportation or sending vehicles for us, but we as parents have decided to look for money so that whether they pay for our transportation or not, we can pay our way to Abuja to see our daughters.”