Chukwudi Dikko, of Milford, concerned for family after recent kidnapping of Nigerian schoolgirls

Chukwudi Dikko came from Nigeria to southwestern Connecticut

Chukwudi Dikko came from Nigeria to southwestern Connecticut as an exchange student more than 25 years ago. He says he is concerned for his family who still lives in Nigeria. (May 9, 2014 7:52 PM)

A Milford man with close ties to Nigeria spoke with News 12 today about the recent kidnapping of more than 200 girls from a Nigerian school.

The Islamic terror group Boko Haram kidnapped the girls last month and has threatened to sell them into slavery.

Chukwudi Dikko came from Nigeria to southwestern Connecticut as an exchange student more than 25 years ago. He says he is concerned...

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