Borno State government to rebuild girls secondary school Chibok

Salisu Waziri

Borno  State governor, Kashim Shetima has promised to rebuild the government girls secondary school in Chibok   Community where over 200 school girls were abducted two years ago.

The governor made this known at an event where Chibok community mark two years since the Chibok  school girls were abducted by the insurgent group Boko Haram.

The governor lamented that the past administration promised to rebuild the school but until now nothing has been done in the school.

He therefore urged the community leaders to come up with the name of a contractor within the community who is capable to handle the school project to kick start the project in a week time.

Governor Shitima also commensurate with the families of the abducted girls saying the Government is doing all it could to rescue the girls.

“May I assure you that the present administration is very committed  in rescuing the abuducted  Chibok girl back to their parents alive, we feel your pains,  president Mohammadu Buhari also share your pains and that is why we are here with you today to comes irate with  you we believe in no much time our daughter will be rescued, we have been hearing some chearing news about this issues so very so we will get them,” the governor explained.

On her part Mrs Amina Mohammed who represented president Mohammadu Buhari at the occasion said the Nigerian government is working hard with both local and international partner to ensure the release of the girls back to their families.

She further stressed that the government is more ready than ever to stop the suffering of the people in the state.

“As a mother of four girls, I personally feel the pains you are going through now but I assure you that the government will do all it could to find this girls,” she stated.

Earlier in his remark, the chairman association parent of the abducted Chibok girls Mr Daniel I kereke said its heart troubling that over two years now no news of the where about of the girls.

Mr.  kereke also noted that about 18 parents have so far died as a result of heart attack and many more are sick because they have not seen their children for the past two years.

“Our daughters where are you? Are you dead our alive? Are you pregnant or have given bath? Do you eat what you want or you are forced to eat what you don want? What is happening with you now? Have you said you morning prayers or you are forced to practice another religion against your faith? These are questions we parent are asking now and we know it is only God that can provide answers,” he lamented.

The event was attended by top government officials from the state, senators, ministers, the girls parents and community leader.

The Nigerian government also presented some foods and non food item to the girls parents and the Chibok community.

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