Chibok Girls Anniversary: Women Ministry Lauds Govt’s Efforts


The Federal Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development (FMWASD) has said the present administration has played laudable roles in ensuring the release of some of the abducted girls from Government Secretary School Chibok, Borno State and re-integrating them into society.

The Minister, Hajia Aisha Abubakar, said in a statement to mark the 5th anniversary of the abduction of the Chibok girls that the federal government had made relentless effort to secure the release of all kidnapped persons, and provide succor to the rescued victims.

She said all efforts by previous governments, individuals and organisations to secure the release of the girls proved abortive, until the coming of the present administration.

“The landmark was the rescue of 82 Chibok girls on May 7, 2017 which crowned the efforts of the present government in its resolve to protect and secure lives and property of Nigerians,” she said. 

She listed some of the government’s effort since the release of some of the girls ro include provision of rehabilitation and re-integration facilities, provision of shelter, security and medical support. Others include facilitation of psycho-social therapy, religious instruction, education, vocational training, skills acquisition, ICT skills and sports.

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