President Muhammadu Buhari has once affirmed that his administration was determined to rescue the remaining abducted Chibok girls unharmed. He stated this at the breaking of Ramadan fast with members of the diplomatic corps, Thursday night in Abuja. ”We are not letting up our efforts to rescue the Chibok girls, our priority is to rescue them unharmed”, he said.
He further assured that he would continue to tackle the security challenges. The president regretted that the Boko Haram activities had rendered many Nigerians orphaned and homeless, saying “our main focus is to ensure their safe return to their homes and rehabilitation of their communities”.
The President also bemoaned the renewed militancy in the Niger Delta region, reassuring the diplomatic corps that the issue was being addressed. He, however, stated that “no amount of militancy shall distract us from engaging with the region”.