Ekiti State governor, Ayodele Fayose has said he still doubts the story behind the abduction of over 200 school girls in Chibok by terrorist group, Boko Haram in 2014.
Fayose said this when he was a guest on a programme ‘Hard Copy’ on Channels TV on Friday.
Fayose said, “I am not clear about the issue of the Chibok girls. Over 200 students were to go for exams and they are physics students.
“They were to sit for exams as physics students, but the first one they brought could not speak English and the second one was restricted by the bring back our girls group.”
He further added: “When you look at the scenario, you begin to ask question, is this a make believe?”
Fayose wondered how there were over 200 students writing physics in a school, while his state has barely 1000 physics students.
“In Ekiti state, we probably don’t have more 500-1000 physics students in a school, are you telling me there were over 200 physics students in a school? For me a lot of things are shrouded in secrecy.
“But if they want us to believe that is the story then we will keep our fingers crossed,” he said.