The second Chibok girl the Nigerian Army claims it rescued last night, Serah Luka, has left many Nigerians confused as her emergence has raised more questions than answers.
Serah’s purported rescue comes barely 24 hours after Amina Ali, one of the abducted girls from Government Secondary School, Chibok was rescued and reunited with her family.
According to the statement by the Nigerian Army spokesman, Col. Sani Kukasheka Usman, Serah, who is Number 157 on the list of the abducted schoolgirls, was a junior secondary school one (JSS1) student of the Chibok school, at the time of her abduction, and is believed to be the daughter of one Pastor Luka.
It is thereby contradictory, the claim that Serah was a JSS1 student when she was abducted as Nigerians were made to believe that all the girls abducted by Boko Haram from the school were final year students who were preparing for their West African School Certificate Examination.
Also the timing of the second rescue which comes just a day after Amina’s rescue has raised many eyebrows.
Read what Nigerians are saying about Serah, Amina and the WAEC in JSS1 confusion…
— ayodejitokunbo (@ayotook) May 20, 2016
— akunnaesiobike (@cemonii) May 20, 2016
Abeg oo thought they said all chibok girls where writing WAEC exams how come this one is in JSS1 SCAM @TouchPH
— Rogers harison (@rogersharison) May 20, 2016
@voanews a JSS1 student still have 5 more years before she can sit for Senior WAEC. Those “kidnapped“ were said to be writing SENIOR WAEC
— Onuigwe C. Sirnoel (@Chigold101) May 20, 2016
Sarah Luka rescued by d military says she ws in JSS1 wen she ws kidnapd #BokoHaram.But WAEC has her name as a candidate.I nid clarifcations.
— IamNdukaMiracle (@tuk2mimi) May 20, 2016
— Naomi victoria (@Naomivictoria4) May 20, 2016
1-When we asked what girls were doing in school while a state of emergency had been initiated,they said it was for waec
— The Retired One (@Prince__KO) May 20, 2016
A Senior student writing her final exams not able to speak English nor Pidgin?
I'll believe this Chibok girl story ONLY if WAEC confirms it!
— abiola kahdijat (@AbiolaKahdijat) May 20, 2016
Patience Jonathan must have done her waec in the north 😂😂😂 https://t.co/kLLyfIBPoq
— MR FOWOSERE (@espeezeal) May 20, 2016
@iam_olutayo but how come the 2nd girl is a jss1 student sch was on holidays only SS3 were in sch cos of WAEC so who are they deceiving?
— #DoTheNeedful (@Sonopel) May 20, 2016
So, y'all mean Jss1 students are there writing WAEC in Maiduguri while we are down here waiting to reach ss3 before we write WAEC?! 😐
— U̶̲̥̅̊che P.® (@theRealUche_P) May 20, 2016
The lies of Chibok girls. Jss1 student amongst stydents writing WAEC?
— Ìféolúwa Olábámpé ♻ (@TOLABAMPE) May 20, 2016
The second chibok girl said she's a JSS 1 student, since when did JSS1 students start writing waec? #chibokgirls
— Ini Daniel. (@tickin_clocks) May 20, 2016
I thought WAEC published names of the chibok girls? How come the second girl that was found said "She was kidnapped when she was in jss1"
— A ManUtd Knight (@Bobosky07) May 20, 2016
So what was the 2nd #Chibok girl doing in sch as a jss1 student. When the other ar preparing for waec. Some needs explanation
— @ omolumark (@omolumark1) May 20, 2016
So Sarah Luka was an jss1 student but i thought the CHIBOK girls was writing waec.#GODHELPNIGERIA
— NUELO (@EmmanuelChibugo) May 20, 2016
Ok so another chibok girl has been found who claims she was in JS 1. Wasn't she supposed to write WAEC as we were told earlier?
— Alice A (@Alicespringz01) May 20, 2016
Serah luka I was in jss1 when kidnapped, they said earlier they we're writing WAEC please which one we go believe for this country
— micheal emezie (@yawagist) May 20, 2016
— ayodejitokunbo (@ayotook) May 20, 2016
JSS1 student preparing to
write WAEC practical physics at the time of the abduction. These stories do not add up at all!
— 3rd World Thug (@AburoHazard) May 20, 2016
— Etiks (@Etiks89) May 20, 2016
"The second rescue girl is JS1 Student". Do we have a different educational system in the north. How can JS1 student also be written WAEC?
— Kemawilly (@kemawilly) May 20, 2016
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