President Buhari promised that his administration would continue to do its best to secure the country, adding that he would be in Yobe State, from where Dapchi schoolgirls were abducted, later this week as part of his condolence visits to areas where these unfortunate events have occurred.
Falana said the group was going to court to not only demand for the rescue of the abducted girls but to demand for sanctions of those responsible for the students' safety. "When the Dapchi Girls were kidnapped, the same President Buhari carried on as usual and went to Kano to go and dance and socialize at a Society Wedding!"
"For us the parents of the missing girls, Our message to him is very clear; he should ensure that our daughters return safe and on time to us", one of the parents said.More news: Plateau Imposes Curfew On Communities Where 25 People Got Killed
Speaking in Damaturu, the Yobe state capital on Wednesday, March 14, 2018, he accused the previous government of looking away as the Chibok abductions took place.
He urged parents to remain calm and cooperate with government in the effort to rescue the girls safely. As a matter of fact, they were released by Boko Haram after the alleged payment of huge ransoms and freedom of captured Boko Haram commanders by the Buhari administration.
If lawmakers accept the committee's report it will be sent to Buhari and the new members can be sworn in.
The President vowed to deal with whosoever found culpable in the situation that led to the abduction of the school girls.More news: NASA Twin Study reveals space's effect on telomeres, bones and more
The President further proceeded to Yobe State in company with the governor and some ministers.
The abduction of girls from Chibok caused worldwide outrage and criticism of then president Goodluck Jonathan for his handling of the attack, contributing to his election defeat.
In his speech, Buhari said he was aware of "orchestrations by some evil elements to take advantage of the development to score cheap political points".More news: Nuveen NY Municipal Value Plans Monthly Dividend of $0.03 (NYSE:NNY)