Via Facebook user Zidon Love
Miss Hauwa Dadi a 13yr old SS1 Christian Student, Abducted on 1/11/17 in Gashua, Yobe State
Mrs. Deborah Dadi, wife to the former CAN Secretary of Gashua, Bade LGA of Yobe State has just been crying on phone to me this night 4/11/17 for the release of her daughter.
Hauwa Dadi a 13 year old twin, an SS1 Student of the Brighter Academy Secondary School Gashua had been abducted and kept at the palace of Abubakar Mai Umar Suleman, the Emir of Gashua since Thursday, 1/11/17.
On this day, Miss Hauwa Dadi went to help her twin brother push water home on a cart, called “push push” but she has not returned home since then.
Hauwa’s mother, Mrs. Deborah Dadi said she went to look for her daughter in the Neibor hood and heard that Hauwa has been abducted by her Neighbours and was taken to Imam Babu Alkali Mamman, the Immam of Gashua.
Mrs. Deborah then reported the matter to Inspector Melody Habila at the Gashua Police Command. When Immam Alkali was invited to the command, he pleaded to be allowed to take the Jumma’at prayers before coming but he never came. Instead, the Immam’s lawyer later came to the Station and invited Deborah to the Emir’s palace.
Hoping that she would be given her daughter, Deborah left for the Palace without informing the police. She met the Divisional Police Officer, DPO Abdulkadir Aljamel already seated with the Emir. After interrogating her, the Emir asked her to come back today the 4/11/17 for her daughter.
When Deborah went to the palace this morning she was asked to come back at 4pm. On reaching there at 4pm this evening, she was neither given her daughter nor allowed to see the Emir again.
Mrs. Dadi said, “they do this to us because we are few.” According to her, Christians are just 10% in Gashua.
Stefanos Foundation is appealing to the relevant Authorities to step in and help this poor woman who has been nursing her sick husband for the past 6year.
Hauwa has just been released.
Thank you all for your tiredness concerns and prayers
The family send their gratitude and appreciation for all supports