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Thursday, October 20, 2016

President Buhari Assures The 21 Rescued Chibok Girls That His Government Will Give Them The Best The World Can Offer.


We’ll give you the best the
world can offer, Buhari tells
Chibok 21
President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday at the
State House, Abuja, received the 21 rescued Chibok
girls, assuring them that his government will give
them the best the world can offer.
While he thanked God that at last some of the girls
have been freed, he promised that government shall
redouble its efforts to ensure that “we fulfil our
pledge of bringing the remaining girls back home.”
Adding that the credible first step has been taken
and that government will not relent in its efforts until
all the remaining girls return safely, he assured
them of rehabilitation and reintegration into the
society as quick as possible.
In his earlier remarks, President Buhari had said,
“My dear children. This is a happy moment for me
and for all Nigerians. I welcome you back to
freedom. It is a moment your parents, the nation
and the International Community have been eagerly
waiting for, since your abduction on 14th April
2014.
“We must from the onset, thank Almighty God for
this day that 21 of the Chibok girls have again
breathed the air of freedom and are reunited with
their parents. We are equally prayerful, that God in
his infinite mercies and benevolence, will see to it
that the girls remaining in captivity will be freed and
returned to us soonest.”
President Buhari further promised the 21 rescued
girls that government will give them adequate and
comprehensive medical, nutritional and
psychological care and support.
“The Federal Government will rehabilitate them, and
ensure that their reintegration back to the Society is
done as quickly as possible. Aside from rescuing
them, we are assuming the responsibility for their
personal, educational and professional goals and
ambitions in life. Obviously, it is not late for the
girls to go back to school and continue the pursuit
of their studies.
“These dear daughters of ours have seen the worst
that the world has to offer. It is now time for them
to experience the best that the world can do for
them. The Government and all Nigerians must
encourage them to achieve their desired ambitions,”
Buhari said,
Out of the 276 girls abducted by Boko Haram on
April 14, 2014, 57 initially escaped, followed by
Amina Ali, who was found in May 2016, before the
release of these 21 girls by their captors on October
13.
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