More On 82 Freed Kidnapped Chibok Girls, Schedule To Be In Abuja Today
Bashir Ahmed, Abuja: President Muhammadu Buhari pleased to announce that negotiations to release more of the Chibok Girls have yielded results.
Today, 82 more of the previously kidnapped girls in Chibok in 2014 are released.
After lengthy negotiations, our security agencies have taken back these girls, in exchange for some Boko Haramsuspects held by the authorities.
The released Chibok girls are due to arrive in Abuja today Sunday May 7, and will be received by the President.
President Muhammadu Buhari expresses his deep gratitude to all who played a part in ensuring the success of this operation, as follows: Security agencies, the military, the government of Switzerland, the International Committee of the Red Cross and local and International NGOs.
The President has repeatedly expressed his total commitment towards the safe return of the Chibok girls and all other Boko Haram captives.
The President has received detailed briefings from the Director-General of the Department of State Services (DSS) at every stage of the negotiations and operation.