The House of Representatives has adopted a resolution urging the Federal Government to rescue of the Chibok girls in Borno before May Twenty-Nine. The resolution emanated from a motion of urgent public importance moved by Abike Dabiri-Erewa which was unanimously adopted by the house.
Leading the debate, Dabiri-Erewa noted that it was exactly one year that more than two hundred female students of the Government Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State were abducted by the insurgents.
She expressed regret that the girls were yet to be rescued or their whereabouts known till date, adding that the parliament was worried over their current status.
Other lawmakers namely, Friday Itulah and Nnenna Ukeje in their contribution to the debate appealed to the Federal Government to ensure the recovery of the girls before the handover date. INEC Set To Present Certificate Of Return To Elected Candidates