"All one has done is WAIT ON FG for OFFICIAL STATEMENT since late night Monday that news on Government Girls Science&Technical Secondary School, Dapchi Yobe State Boko Haram attack filtered into the public space".
He urged them to resume after the one the one-week psychological break as more measures are been put in place to ensure adequate security in the school and the entire Dapchi community. Reacting however, the national publicity secretary of PDP, Kola Ologbondiyan, said "Indeed, we are very disturbed by this ugly development, especially given the conflicting reports on the whereabouts of these innocent girls.
There are reports that more girls have returned to the school after the head count", the Police chief said.
The attack on Government Girls Science Secondary School was part of Boko Haram raid in Dapchi Local Government area of Yobe State.
"I am on the ground with the school authorities at the school premises now, but I can not confirm that any girl has been kidnapped, we don't have that information yet", Mr. Bukar said.
In a statement issued Wednesday, Bego said that more than 50 of the 926 students were still missing.
In the same vein, Aishatu Abdullahi, one of the schoolgirls that escaped the attack has claimed that it was not all of the students that were so lucky as she claims that some of the girls may have been taken away by the armed insurgents.
Boko Haram has seized thousands of women and young girls, as well as men and boys of fighting age during the conflict, which has left at least 20,000 dead since 2009.
FILE - Remaining girls who were kidnapped from the northeast Nigerian town of Chibok are seen in an unknown location in Nigeria in this still image taken from an undated video obtained on January 15, 2018.
About 100 of the 276 girls abducted by Boko Haram from Chibok in 2014 are still believed to be with their captors. The army still largely controls access and infrastructure has been devastated by nine years of conflict.
As the issue gained world attention, spawning the hashtag #BringBackOurGirls, the then president Goodluck Jonathan was increasingly criticised for his lacklustre response.
Although its details were still murky, the Yobe incident has brought back memories and fears of the Chibok girls kidnap, which gained worldwide media attention for several months.
"They're spending a lot of money on arms and logistics".