Nigerian actress Kate Henshaw is far from pleased with the current situation surrounding the only Christian Dapchi school girl  Leah that is still in the den of Boko Haram.

Nigerian actress Kate Henshaw is far from pleased with the current situation surrounding the only Christian Dapchi school girl  Leah that is still in the den of Boko Haram.

Nigerian actress Kate Henshaw is far from pleased with the current situation surrounding the only Christian Dapchi school girl  Leah that is still in the den of Boko Haram.

The iconic actress has revealed that the work of the government is very incomplete if they fail to bring back Leah.

The actress went on to disagree with the idea of the federal Government planning to give amnesty to Boko Haram members; she said they have to pay penance to their wrong doing.

“I don’t think the government should grant amnesty to members of Boko Haram. Have they paid penance for the wrongs they have done? Are they repentant? They have not even been punished for what they have done. When you do the crime, you do the time.

They must be punished for what they have done first and then we can talk about amnesty. It is very sad that other kidnapped Dapchi children have been released except one.

The government should have pulled out all the stops to get that one last girl out to make sure that their release was wholesome because you cannot leave anyone behind. Every child, every citizen of this country deserves to move around freely without fear.

If one person is still being held, then your job is not complete, you have not done anything. Also, why is it that it is a Christian girl that was left behind? I would not want to go into the religious aspect because I don’t want to go into something that would be divisive. She is a young girl and a human being,” Kate Henshaw wrote.

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