Aisha Yesufu, co-convener of the BringBackOurGirls campaign group, has responded to requires her arrest and addressing by the apex Igbo socio-cultural organization, Ohanaeze Ndigbo.
We revealed that Ohanaeze, on Thursday in an announcement, blamed Aisha for having data liable of endangering the life of the minister of transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, following the release of a video circulated by her on social media.
The apex Igbo socio-cultural organization called on security agencies to arrest and question Aisha.
This is following Aisha’s announcement on Twitter asserting that Amaechi and his convoy fled after kidnappers attacked passengers at Rigasa train station on Sunday night.
Aisha, responding to the require her arrest, challenged those signing petitions to proceed.
In a post on her Twitter page, she stated, “I have perused and heard the petition and report seeking my arrest and questioning over the train incident I reported which had Amaechi as a victim.
“Possibly a arrest will make my cheeks come down.
“The security hover thought about that attack, and they did not do anything about it.
“I’m rehashing my previous explanation that I had two siblings on that train and a sister-in-law. They had beefed up security because the minister was there to scare the attackers, but that didn’t happen.