Browsing: Bring back our girls

In a statement in Abuja on Monday, the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, said the BBOG’s continued portrayal of the government as an adversary and the needless firing of darts at President Muhammadu Buhari, who is doing his utmost best to bring the girls back home safely, are ultimately counter-productiv

If the search team is lucky, the whole of the country will be proud and happy for it; if the outcome is to the contrary, we must also have the courage to brace up and move forward with the larger picture of annihilating Boko Haram and other terror agents from our geographical space

There is no contradiction in the fact of the recovery of Camp Zairo by our troops and yet our Chibok Girls not having been recovered at that same time. This is because, in view of the vast land of the Sambisa General Area, our Chibok Girls could have been taken to a new base into which the terrorists relocated when they fled Camp Zairo

The Air Officer Commanding, Tactical Air Command, Air vice Marshal Nurudeen Balogun, made this known while briefing the Federal Government team and representatives of Bring Our Girls Back on tour of the North East

‘Also, records from the Army show the rescue of no fewer than 15,000 captives, mostly women and children, from the terrorists from February to date. In addition, dozens of communities that were previously under the control of the terrorists have been liberated, allowing thousands of previously displaced citizens to return home and resume their normal lives’