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Government releases names, details of missing Dapchi girls

The Federal Government on Tuesday, February 27, 2018 released the names and details of the missing 110 girls following attack on the Government Girls Science and Technical College, Dapchi, Yobe State on Feb. 19.

Dapchi girls

Some students of the Government Girls Science and Technical College, Dapchi

The list was contained in a statement issued in Abuja by the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed.

The minister said the list which was handed over to him by the Yobe State Government, contained the name, age and class of each of the 110 students.

He said that out of the 110 missing girls, eight were in JSS1, 17 in JSS2, 12 in JSS 3, 40 in SS1, 19 in SS2 and 14 in SS3.

The girls’ ages range from 11 to 19 years.

He said the list which contained the contact address and phone number of each missing girl, was verified by a 26-member Screening Committee.

The committee, according to the minister, included: the Executive Secretary, State Teaching Service Board, Musa Abdulsalam, Director, Schools’ Management, Ministry of Education, Shuaibu Bulama and the Principal of GGSTC, Adama Abdulkarim.

Others were the two Vice Principals, Ali Mabu and Abdullahi Lampo, Admission Officer, Bashir Ali Yerima, and the Form Masters for all the classes.

The minister said that the Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar had relocated to Yobe to personally supervise search for the girls.

He said the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) had earlier deployed more platforms to the North-east for the search, as the security agencies ramp up their efforts to locate and rescue the girls.

The minister said that as at 6 p.m. on Monday, the NAF had flown a total of 200 hours, while conducting the search.

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It will be recalled that the minister had twice led a Federal Government delegation to Yobe since the tragic incident occurred.

The list:

GOVERNMENT GIRLS’ SCIENCE AND TECHNICAL COLLEGE (GGSTC) DAPCHI

 

SUMMARY OF COMPREHENSIVE LIST OF MISSING STUDENTS

 

S/NO YEAR GROUP TOTAL NUMBER OF MISSING STUDENTS
1 JSS 1 08
2 JSS2 17
3 JSS3 12
4 SS1 40
5 SS2 19
6 SS3 14
  Total 110

 

 

COMPREHENSIVE LIST OF MISSING STUDENTS

 

S/NO NAME OF STUDENTS AGE CLASS
1 Aisha Abdullahi 12 years JSS1
2 Fati Muhammed 11 years JSS1
3 Fatima Modu Aisami 12 years JSS1
4 Fatima Abdullahi Ali 12 years JSS1
5 Salamatu Garba 13 years JSS1
6 Adama Garba 12 years JSS1
7 Hadiza Ali 11 years JSS1
8 Aisha Adamu Alkali 11 years JSS1
9 Hadiza Muhammed Musa 14 years JSS2
10 Fatima Usman 14 years JSS2
11 Rabi Yahaya Tela 13 years JSS2
12 Zainab Usman 14 years JSS2
13 Fanna Muhammad 13 years JSS2
14 Zainab Mohammed Bama 13 years JSS2
15 Fatima Yahaya 13 years JSS2
16 Amina Yahaya 13 years JSS2
17 Maryam Aliyu Mabu 14 years JSS2
18 Fatima Ishaku Aliyu 13 years JSS 2
19 Habiba Nuhu Dan-Inuwa 14 years JSS2
20 Zainab Bukar Abba 14 years JSS2
21 Fatsuma Ali 14 years JSS2
22 Salamatu Isiyaku 14 years JSS2
23 Hauwa Bulama 14 years JSS2
24 Rabi A. Nasir 14 years JSS2
25 Khadija Sule 13 years JSS2
26 Aisha Muhammad Aminami 14 years JSS3
27 Aisha A. Maina 14 years JSS3
28 Fatima Bashir 14 years JSS3
29 Fatima Muhammad 14 years JSS3
30 Fatima Aji Hassan 15 years JSS3
31 Hadiza Sale 14 years JSS3
32 Khadija Suleiman 15 years JSS3
33 Walida Adamu 15 years JSS3
34 Maimuna A. Hassan 14 years JSS3
35 Maryam Ibrahim 14 years JSS3
36 Zainab Abubakar Yakubu 13 years JSS3
37 Amina Haruna 15 years JSS3
38 Falmata Wakil 15 years SS1A
39 Maimuna Musa 16 years SS1A
40 Sahura Jibrin Muhammad 15 years SS1A
41 Fatima Bukar 16 years SS1A
42 Hajara Yahaya Tela 15 years SS1A
43 Hajara Ali 16 years SS1A
44 Maryam Adamu Muhammad 14 years SS1A
45 Fatsuma Muhammad 15 years SS1A
46 Hauwa Salisu 14 years SS1A
47 Amina Adamu 16 years SS1B
48 Zara Musa 16 years SS1B
49 Aisha Abba Aji 16 years SS1B
50 Fatima Alhaji Ari 15 years SS1B
51 Aisha Alhaji Deri Dokta 16 years SS1B
52 Maryam Usman Sale 15 years SS1B
53 Hassana Gambo 15 years SS1B
54 Hauwa Usman 16 years SS1B
55 Hajara Muhammad Gidado 16 years SS1B
56 Zara Muhammed Lawan 15 years SS1C
57 Khadija Grema Dabuwa 15 years SS1C
58 Aisha M. Wakil 15 years SS1C
59 Amina Abubakar 16 years SS1D
60 Fatima Modu Abubakar 15 years SS1D
61 Fatima Ibrahim 16 years SS1D
62 Zara Grema Dabuwa 15 years SS1D
63 Maryam Adam Kontoma 15 years SS1D
64 Falmata Wakil 16 years SS1D
65 Maimuna Umar Alhassan 15 years SS1E
66 Hajara Adamu Abubakar 15 years SS1E
67 Aisha Modu Bamba 16 years SS1F
68 Bintu Yerima 16 years SS1F
69 Zara Grema 16 years SS1F
70 Fatima Adamu 16 years SS1F
71 Fatsuma Abubakar Jambo 16 years SS1F
72 Maryam Mustapha 15 years SS1F
73 Fatsuma Abdullahi 15 years SS1F
74 Aisha Usman 15 years SS1F
75 Fatsuma Ibrahim Isa 16 years SS1F
76 Fatima Hassan Mustapha 16 years SS1F
77 Leah Sharibu 16 years SS1F
78 Maryam Bashir 17 years SS2A
79 Maryam Muhammed 17 years SS2A
80 Maryam Ibrahim Adam 16 years SS2A
81 Hauwa Manuga Lawan 16 years SS2A
82 Hauwa Saidu Abubakar 17 years SS2B
83 Falmata Alhaji Inuwa 16 years SS2C
84 Zara Muhammed 17 years SS2C
 85 Fatima Muhammed 16 years SS2C
86 Maryam Usman 16 years SS2C
87 Aisha B. Danjuma 18 years SS2C
88 Aisha Mamuda 16 years SS2D
89 Zara Tijjani 16 years SS2D
90 Aisha A. Adamu 16 years SS2E
91 Fatsuma Sani 17 years SS2E
92 Fatima Usman 17 years SS2E
93 Amina Abdullahi 18 years SS2F
94 Aisha Kachalla 16 years SS2F
95 Maryam Kalwuri 17 years SS2F
96 Bintu Usman 17 years SS2F
97 Fatima A. Grah 18 years SS3C
98 Habiba Musa 18 years SS3C
99 Hajara Karumi 18 years SS3C
100 Karima Inusa 18 years SS3C
101 Falmata A. Audu 18 years SS3C
102 Hafsat A. Grah 18 years SS3D
103 Fatima Makinta Liman 19 years SS3D
104 Aisha Muhammad Jakusko 18 years SS3D
105 Hadiza Muhammed 18 years SS3D
106 Hauwa Mohammed Idris 18 years SS3E
107 Aisha M. Bukar 18 years SS3E
108 Hadiza Abubakar 18 years SS3F
109 Fanna Muhammed Modu 17 years SS3F
110 Maryam Muhammed 18 years SS3F
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