Aside from an audio the State Security Security, (SSS), has promised to investigate about Leah Shuaibu, the sole girl out of the Dapchi lot still being held b y Boko Haram, a popular culture group is out with troubling questions for the president, the ruling party and just about every other player in the system on why the victim is still no where to be seen. The five minutes, thirty five second long video is all questions, questions and questions, the sort of questions that make popular culture powerful in constituting reality through framing.
Transcribed along, it poses no language problem for its plausible audiences. Both the video and the pop interrogation brings the ugly reality of Leah’s reality back to national consciousness. All these go to show how terrorism can be a problem for democracy, for the state, for security and for human rights. The already widely circulating popular culture performance is reproduced below.