Comment --"I am just surprised that the whole drama appears to be professionally stage-managed. The girls even looked as if some of them were wearing costumes, I mean aso ebi."
Response - "Only the enemies of progress will look for things like that."
"The girls looked as if they were actresses in a script they did not understand."
Comment -- "But they are back. So? What are you actually complaining about? The rescue, or the management of the optics?"
Response ---"Some people are saying that by 2019, just before the elections, the last batch of the Chibok girls will emerge from wherever they are."
"Obviously, some people are weaving a conspiracy theory. I think the next time government wants to swap the girls for terrorists they should just swap supporters of the Jonathan government for the Chibok girls. That will settle this matter once and for all".
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