When will my daughter come back? This was the question that the one minute 25 seconds video released by Leah Sharibu’s mother, Rebecca Sharibu, seemed to be asking even if it was made to look like a Christmas message.
In the video released to The Punch on Wednesday through the Leah Foundation, Mrs Sharibu pleaded with her daughter’s abductors to pity the family and set her free. “We are always praying for you wherever you are that God will bring you back. We are pleading with the government to put in more effort so that Leah will be released.
“We are wishing you a Merry Christmas wherever you are. We are not happy that you are not with us this Christmas and we pray God set you free and bring you back to us.
We are pleading with those who are holding you captive to please pity us and release you. We are in great pain, thank you,” the mother said in the video.
Leah was abducted by Boko Haram terrorists alongside 109 other pupils of Government Girls’ Science…