The delegation introduced meals gadgets and money to the dad and mom.
A delegation of commissioners and a lawmaker, despatched by the Borno State Governor, Professor Babagana Umara Zulum, on Tuesday, visited dad and mom of the Chibok schoolgirls who had been kidnapped by Boko Haram precisely six years in the past.
The delegation which included the commissioners of training, girls affairs, poverty alleviation and the member, representing Chibok on the Borno meeting, delivered Governor Zulum’s message of empathy, hope and assurance.
Additionally they introduced the households with 500 baggage of rice (25kg), 250 gallons of cooking oil and a sum of N5.6million as social help.
The state Commissioner for Schooling, Bello Ayuba, assured the dad and mom and members of the group that President Muhammadu Buhari and the governor won’t ever quit on the rescue of the remaining schoolgirls.
Ayuba stated, “Governor Zulum has requested us to tell you that in all his conferences with President Buhari, the President has constantly proven concern and dedication to the rescue of the lacking women.
“The President and the Governor are fathers, with daughters. They understand how you are feeling they usually share your pains. They may by no means quit on the rescue of our daughters. No sane mother or father will quit on a lacking youngster. They’re dedicated and by the grace of God, these women will probably be rescued alive.
“The Governor sends his empathy, and as you all have seen in his actions and visits to Chibok, the Governor holds Chibok very pricey to his coronary heart. Allow us to stay hopeful and prayerful, whereas our leaders maintain their concerted efforts.”
Commissioner of Ladies Affairs, Zuwaira Gambo, and that of Poverty Alleviation, Nuhu Clark, who hails from Chibok took turns to help and encourage the dad and mom.
Boko Haram insurgents had on April 14, 2014, attacked a Authorities Secondary Faculty in Chibok and brought away over 200 schoolgirls from their hostels. The ladies had been nearly to put in writing the West African Secondary Faculty Certificates Examination.
A complete of 219 of them had been held by the insurgents, out of which 107 regained freedom after numerous rescue efforts and largely mediated negotiations between the Buhari administration and the insurgents.