There Are Plans for More Chibok Girls to Be Released...See Interesting Details

Sunday, 7 May 2017

There Are Plans for More Chibok Girls to Be Released...See Interesting Details

It has been revealed that more of the kidnapped Chibok Girls still in
Boko Haram captivity will soon be released as plans are already in

The Minister of Communications, Adebayo Shittu, on Sunday expressed
optimism that more Chibok girls would be released soon. He spoke in
Ibadan at the 3rd General Assembly of the Muslim Ummah of South West
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that no fewer than 82 Chibok
girls were released by the terrorist sect, Boko Haram, on Saturday.
The minister said more of the girls held hostage by the insurgents
would be set free as government was adopting the same method used
in brokering the earlier releases.

Shittu also said that the president needed the prayers of Nigerians
in regaining his health as well as tackling the challenges
confronting the citizenry.

He said the current administration was averse to propaganda, adding
that it was diligently working hard to put the country on the path of
growth and development.
"It is now clear that Buhari has come today and you know that his
body language is enough to get things working in a better way.
"Electricity has improved, price of petroleum products has
stabilised, corruption has reduced to the barest minimum, Boko Haram
is no longer in control of territories and the Niger Delta issue
has been resolved,''Shittu said.

Shittu also said that for the first time in the history of the
country, telecommunication contributed about 10 per cent to
Nigeria's GDP.The President of MUSWEN, Alhaji Sakariyau Babalola,
in his remarks, urged government at all levels to do more for the
Babalola advised the Federal Government in particular to quicken the
pace of work on its social investment programme, saying it could help
improve the economic wellbeing of citizens.
He enjoined all Nigerians to pray for good health for the president
and all leaders in the quest to promote development.
Babalola also rallied support for the anti-graft war, saying
corruption had been a major factor that had not allowed Nigeria to
claim its rightful place in the comity of nations.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that dignitaries at the
occasion included Justice Tijani Babalakin and Abdul-Jabar Ajibola,
the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of MUSWEN.

Also present was Sheikh Jamiu Kewulere, the President-General of the
League of Imams and Alfas of Yorubaland, Edo and Delta.


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