The BringBackOurGirls group (BBOG) group has challenged the federal government to inform Nigerians the true state of the ongoing talks with Boko Haram over Chibok girls.
The group said it won’t stop demanding the girls’ freedom until all remaining 195 are rescued.
Recall that Minister of Information, Lai Mohammed, recently explained why more girls are yet to be freed.
But in a press release signed by BBOG leaders, Dr Oby Ezekwesili and Aisha Yesufu, the group called on the federal government to accelerate the effort of the rescue operation of the girls.
“Today as we ponder the colossal tragedy of the non-return of 195 of our girls on day 1000 of daily #BringBackOurGirls advocacy, we renew our commitment to never stop demanding until all the remaining 195 of our missing girls are rescued.
“It is why we today ask the federal government to accelerate the effort it assures is being made to successfully negotiate the release of another set of 83 of our Chibok Girls.”
BBOG said it wondered what exactly the government of the day is doing on the issue.
“We don’t know whether Nigerians should take the silence around the return of the 83 girls to mean that the negotiations with the said Boko Haram leadership have broken down or what.”
It added that it did not wish “to see Day 1100 without all our ChibokGirls back.”