I’ll not rest until Chibok girls are back, reunited with their families , Buhari vows

 
Sun Apr 14th, 2019 - Borno
 

President Muhammadu Buhari has vowed that he will not rest until all the remaining missing Chibok girls are back and reunited with their families.

This came as he also said that his government has succeeded in bringing back 107 and that the government will not rest until all the remaining girls are back and reunited with their families. I made this promise when I became President, and I will keep it.

Dauda Iliya (3R, 1st row), National President of Kibaku Area Development Association (KADA) addresses the media on April 14, 2019, during the 5th Year Commemoration of the abduction of the 276 Chibok Schoolgirls by Boko Haram Terrorist on April 14, 2014 from Government Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State. – On April 14, 2014, gunmen stormed the Chibok girls’ boarding school, kidnapping 276 pupils aged 12-17, 57 of whom managed to escape by jumping from the trucks. After negotiations with Boko Haram, 107 of the girls either escaped, were released in exchange for prisoners or were recovered by the army. 112 Chibok girls are still missing. (Photo AFP) Parents and relatives arrives holding portraits of their girls for a commemoration five years after they were abducted by Boko Haram Jihadists group on April 14, 2019 at the Chibok Local Government. – On April 14, 2014, gunmen stormed the Chibok girls’ boarding school, kidnapping 276 pupils aged 12-17, 57 of whom managed to escape by jumping from the trucks. After negotiations with Boko Haram, 107 of the girls either escaped, were released in exchange for prisoners or were recovered by the army. 112 Chibok girls are still missing. (Photo AFP)

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He said : ‘We have succeeded in bringing back 107 of them, but we will not rest until all the remaining girls are back and reunited with their families. I made this promise when I became President, and I will keep it.’

Today marks five years since the abduction of our Chibok daughters. We have succeeded in bringing back 107 of them, but we will not rest until all the remaining girls are back and reunited with their families. I made this promise when I became President, and I will keep it.

— Muhammadu Buhari (@MBuhari) April 14, 2019

We will never give up on our missing daughters, including Leah Sharibu; and all the other people held hostage by Boko Haram. In the last four years our security agencies have successfully rescued thousands of captives, and they will not relent until every captive is free.

— Muhammadu Buhari (@MBuhari) April 14, 2019

It gladdens our hearts to see the progress being made by the young women rescued from Boko Haram. We celebrate their courage & determination to defy the evil ideology of the terrorists, by continuing to pursue their education. There is no doubt that the world is inspired by them.

— Muhammadu Buhari (@MBuhari) April 14, 2019

I extend our best wishes to all the Chibok girls in various schools in Nigeria and around the world. Special congratulations to Kauna Yaga Bitrus, who has excelled in her college in Maine, USA, and will very soon be receiving an ‘Against All Odds Award’ from her school.

— Muhammadu Buhari (@MBuhari) April 14, 2019

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source: Vanguard