Chibok: Apologize or you’ll know no peace — MURIC tells Jonathan

Ex-President Goodluck Jonathan may have a lot to worry about following the recent revelation by former British Prime Minister David Cameron who in his recent memoir, ‘For the Record’, accused Jonathan of turning down offer that would have seen the rescue of over 200 abducted Chibok girls by Boko Haram terrorists in 2014.

According to Cameron, Jonathan seemed unconcerned over reports of the missing girls as though it was nothing more than a political stunt aimed at destroying his ambition to seek re-election.

In a swift reaction, Jonathan debunked Cameron’s claims saying why would he reject the help he seeks?

Although the former president gave his own side of the story with regards to the abducted girls, Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC), is demanding for an apology or the the former president will know no peace.