Following the information by the federal government on the rescue mission of the Chibok girls, the #BringBackOurGirls(BBOG) group has stated that it will continue to monitor the progress and act accordingly.
The group ‘s spokespersown, Abubakar Abdullahi however commended the federal government for the feedback on the girls and urged it to continue with the feedback which signals a new period of continuous feedback to parents of the girls and Nigerians.
“Our movement has been asking for feedback on our Government’s rescue efforts since our last meeting of January 14, 2016 to no avail. So we consider today’s briefing by the Federal Government, a start. We welcome every factual communication of their effort to bring back our girls and hope that this signals a new period of continuous feedback to parents, our movement and the general public. Our Movement will monitor progress in the next one week and act according lying,” he said.
Recall that the Federal Government revealed that the security agencies had thrice struck a chord to rescue the abducted Chibok girls.
Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, disclosed this at a press conference to update the public on efforts of government to rescue the girls.
The Minister said the attempts were, however, stalled by a contact group and the division in the Boko Haram camp.
Meanwhile, the group have expressed sadness over the recent attack by suspected Boko Haram members outside a church in Kwamjilari village in Chibok, Borno State which left about eight people dead.
According to a local resident identified as Luka Damina, the incident which happened shortly after morning service last Sunday in the village, was carried out by gunmen on bicycles.