It’s no more news President Buhari promise to find Chibok girls. This promised was made during his appearance at the United Nations. He reiterated same message during his campaign tour for President. Buhari categorically stated in his address to the world , “One of our major aims is to rescue the Chibok girls alive and unharmed,” he said to applause during his first address to the General Assembly since taking office earlier this year.
It’s now sadden the heart in this modern time that a President of the most populous African country would disdainfully storm out of a meeting with parents who have been brutally traumatized for almost two years.
It has been reported in Vanguard Buhari stormed out of his meeting with parents of the abducted Chibok girls and the Bring Back Our Girls (BBOG) movement, according to information by the group, as journalists were barred from the hall, after the arrival of the president.
Earlier, there was drama when the parents and the group were told that the president would not meet with them but they insisted on seeing the president, who had promised, on July 8, to rescue the abducted schoolgirls.
The president had sent Aisha Alhassan (Mama Taraba), minister of women affairs, as his representative but Alhassan lambasted the protesters for not giving the government prior notice of their coming.
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