President Buhari Arrives Yobe State

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On February 19, over a hundred schoolgirls were abducted from a school in the town of Dapchi, Nigeria.

NAIJ.com earlier reported that the Bring Back Our Girls group led by former minister of education threatened legal action against the federal government over the recent abduction of 110 school girls from Dapchi in Yobe state.

Chairman, Parents Association of the Abducted Schoolgirls, Alhaji Bashir Manzo said "this is a welcome development and we are happy about it".

"We are not just going to court to demand for the rescue of the girls; we are also going to demand for sanction because once you do not punish impunity, you are going to have criminality happen all over the place" he said. "I can reassure parents, Nigerians and the International Community that we will do all that is within our power to make sure that the girls are brought back safely to their families".

The two men discussed the use of negotiations to bring back the abducted schoolgirls, the statement said, adding that Nigeria was working together with global organizations and negotiators, to ensure that the girls are released unharmed by their captors. S was aiding Nigeria to defeat Boko Haram terrorists.

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The parents, who spoke with newsmen in Damaturu said the option gave them hope for safe return of the girls.

"The membership of the Committee was drawn from among security agencies and local residents".

His visit to Yobe was part of a tour of states hit by unrest.

The Senate has held up some of President Muhammadu Buhari's nominees for the committee in a political spat which has left it unable since the start of the year to form a quorum to set interest rates. Buhari has not said if he will seek a second term.

It gave the government a seven-day deadline to free the remaining 112 Chibok girls and the 110 seized in Dapchi last month, or else face a lawsuit on the grounds of criminal negligence.

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