The Federal Government Of Nigeria led by President Muhammadu Buhari, has reassured affected parents and concerned Nigerians that they have not forgotten the missing Chibok Secondary school girls who were kidnapped by Boko Haram some years ago. In a series of tweet released by the Presidency through its verified Twitter handle @NGRPresident, the federal government further assured Nigerians that the fight to rescue these girls is still on and referred to it as "a work in progress".
The presidency, urged Nigerians to be hopeful, that the recent successful attacks by the military against Boko Haram are signs that the rescue of these kidnapped Chibok girls will happen anytime soon. In closing, the presidency urged Nigerians to continue to hope, support and pray for the military as they discharge their duties. Read the full press release below.
April 14th, 2021, makes it exactly 7 years since about 276 girls were kidnapped by Boko Haram terrorists in a Secondary school in Chibok town, Borno state. Seven years after this incident, more than half of the kidnapped school girls have been recovered, however, more than 100 of them are still missing.
The Presidency reassures Nigerians that all hope is not lost, that the fight to rescue the remaining Chibok girls is still on.
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