5 Years gone Chibok Girls still missing, BBOG Demands Release Of Remaining Girls

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5 Years gone Chibok Girls still missing, BBOG Demands Release Of Remaining Girls

5 Years gone Chibok Girls still missing, BBOG Demands Release Of Remaining Girls

Members of the Bring Back Our Girls (BBOG) group are marking the 5th anniversary of the kidnapping of over 100 girls by the terrorist group, Boko Haram in the Chibok community, Borno State.

The group is asking the immediate release of the remaining girls who are still held in the captivity of the terrorist group and also demanding that the Federal Government to make schools in the northeast safe.

During a sit-out in Lagos State so as to honor the Chibok schoolgirls, the faces and names have been posted at the Falomo roundabout in the Ikoyi area of the state as well as other parts of Nigeria.

On Saturday, President Muhammadu Buhari in a statement renewed his promise to ensure the release of the remaining Chibok girls and  Leah Sharibu in Boko Haram’s den.

He stated this during a commemoration of the fifth anniversary of the abduction of the Chibok girls.

He made it clear that he is fully aware of his promise to help rescue the remaining girls and also the main reason the people of Chibok voted overwhelmingly for him in the February election.

During the beginning of Buhari’s first term, he had promised the parents of the kidnapped girls when he met them that he would ensure their daughters returned home.

He further stated that his government has made sure that 107 girls have been released and that he will not rest until the remaining girls are reunited with their families.

On the other hand, 112 girls are still in been held by the terrorist group.

5 Years gone Chibok Girls still missing, BBOG Demands Release Of Remaining Girls

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