Pastor Who Cried Out To Buhari For Help, Finally Gets Help From Chibok Community, See What They Did
Information reaching our news desk now has it that the indigenes of Chibok community, family and church members of the Pastor Bulus Yakuru have raised money to secure the release of the abducted pastor who was taken by Ababukar Shekau led Boko Haram factional sect, those involved in contributing the money have planned to meet with the leader of the Insurgent group.
In a viral video clip recorded and released by members of the sect some days ago, have the pastor pleading with the President to help him out of the Boko Haram captivity, saying that he has been given only one week to live and failure to respond within that 7 days, the said pastor will be a dead man.
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According to report, elders of the Chibok community are seeking ways to reach out to the terrorist leader, Mr Abubakar Shekau, having contributed the money requested by the terrorist organisation, to ensure that Yakuru is safe and sound.
This was comfirmed to SaharaReporters by top elders in Chibok Community. The family and church members have been reported to be a depressed mood, since the abduction of the pastor.
It was learnt that the incident took place at Pemi Village in Borno State, some kilometres away from Chibok Community, on 24 December, 2020.
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