Leah Shabribu’s father, Nathan Sharibu, has said that he accepts his fate concerning the news of his daughter’s motherhood to a child fathered by the Boko Haram commander who she was forced to marry.
He also stated that he is greatly displeased with the conspiracy by the Federal Government over the abduction of his teenage daughter, as he strongly believes that the FG and Ahmad Salkida, the one who broke the news of her delivery are very aware of the location of Leah but have chosen not to rescue her.
Speaking to PUNCH correspondent, Nathan said;
“I remain undaunted because, if that is the will of God; then, I receive it with all pleasure.”
“ I have been receiving calls from last night, if that is the will of God, it is well. Whatever they have done I receive it with all pleasure. The government knows Leah’s whereabouts.
“I repeat it; the government knows Leah’s whereabouts, as well as Ahmed Salkida. But whatever it is, I don’t have anything more to say, than to receive it (the condition of Leah) with all pleasure.”
Recall that The Herald reported that the first response from Nathan Sharibu regarding the news stating that Leah Shabiru has given birth to a son fathered by the Boko Haram commander, was that he does not want to hear of such pathetic news about his daughter
Sharibu, who was contacted by Vanguard said;
“I have not heard that and I don’t want to hear any such news.”
Leah Sharibu, Christian student who was abducted by Boko Haram insurgents in 2018, according to a source who spoke to Sahara Reporters, disclosed that Leah was forced to renounce her Christian faith before the insurgents married her off to their top commander.
Another Boko Haram captive, Jennifer Ukambong, who was released on Jan 20, 2020, disclosed that Leah had has gotten fatter since her abduction in 2018. She also revealed that Leah was around Lake Chad where the terrorists are camped.
According to her, Sharibu is being treated well in captivity and had grown fatter than she was when abducted.
Leah Sharibu was among a dozen girls abducted by Boko Haram in 2018. Leah remained in captivity while her other mates were freed because of her refusal to denounce her Christian faith and accept Islam, the religion of the terrorists.