New Development About Missing Chibok Girls Emerge Amidst Long Wait


New Development About Missing Chibok Girls Emerge Amidst Long Wait Missing Chibok Girls

The Federal Government on Monday said that talks are ongoing for the release of more school girls that were abducted by Boko Haram insurgents from the Government Secondary School Chibok, Borno State.

Senior Special Adviser to the President – Media and Publicity – Femi Adesina gave the hint shortly after delivering lectures at the Nigerian Army School of Public Relations and Information’s (NASPRI) annual media workshop for Defence Correspondents and Commanding Officers.

According to the spokesman, the President said that with talks still ongoing, many more abducted girls can be recovered according to the Daily Sun.

On how many could be expected to be released, Adesina said “just know that there are talks still ongoing and many more can be recovered. The released Chibok girls are being rehabilitated, physically, psychologically in all ways, and their education will be restarted.” 

He debunked allegations that the government knows the sponsors of Boko Haram, saying that if they knew the sponsors, then the sponsors would not be spared.

Adesina’s comments came shortly after admonishing the military on the need to be more open in their relationship with the media to ensure that frictions in information management are avoided.


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