Parents of the abducted Chibok schoolgirls has rejected claim by the military that a second girl has been rescued from Boko Haram.
The army had identified the girls as Serah Luka, the daughter of a pastor.
However, the head of the Chibok Abducted Girls Parents, Yakubu Nkeki, said they had no record of the girl and none of the parents was a pastor.
He also said the military did not consult them before announcing the rescue of the second girl, making it impossible for them to point out the fact that none of the abducted girls bore the name Sarah.
Nkeki, an uncle to Amina Ali, who was rescued on Wednesday, said his records showed only two girls with the surname Luka.
He said, “These are Kauna Luka Yana and Naomi Luka Dzakwa. Among the list of parents we have only four priests and none of them is Luka.
“Among the girls none of them is from Madagali. They were either from Chibok, Damboa, Askira and Uba (all in Borno state). So I can say… that this girl is not among the abducted Chibok girls.
“We were never contacted by the military for verification of the girl’s identity before the announcement was made.”