Chibok girls: Activist group urge FG to prioritise rescue operation


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 Nigerian female rights activist group have expressed concern over the slow pace of the Federal Government’s efforts in finding and and rescuing the missing Chibok girls.The group -- Women Arise for Change Initiative and Women Advocates Research raised their concern in Lagos.They spoke in commemoration of two years in captivity of the Chibok girls.They urged the government to fulfill its constitutional role of protecting the lives and property of its citizens.

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we recall that on April 14, 2014, over 200 female students were said to have been kidnapped from Government Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State.The Boko Haram terrorist organisation claimed responsibility for their kidnap.The incident has continued to attact local and international concerns and condemnation, with calls for intensified action for their rescue.President, Women Arise for Change Initiative, Joe Okei- Odumakin, the said that the commemoration of the abduction of the school girls should inspire action on the part of the government to rescue the girls.Okei-Odumakin, however, commended the efforts of the Nigerian Military in the fight against insurgency in the North-East.

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