Following the release of 21 of out the 218 remaining Chibok girls, the #BringBackOurGirls(BBOG) group has revealed that it has stepped down the release of the second Chronicle of False Narratives.
In a press release signed by the leaders of the group, Dr Oby Ezekwesili and Aisha Yesufu, stated that the group’s hope is renewed that federal government will fulfil the pledge it made to rescue all the #ChibokGirls
“Our hope is renewed that our government will fulfil the pledge it made to rescue all our #ChibokGirls as well as every other abducted citizen of our country. We have therefore decided to step down the release of the Chronicles of False Narratives II,” it said.
The group, however, stated that it will continue with its one month monitoring of the federal government’s renewed rescue activities.
“We can continue to make our demand for the rescue of the remaining 197 #ChibokGirls with greater expectation of their quick return. We trust that our government will continue to work to keep their safety, security, and well-being a high priority.
“To the international community, especially the Swiss Government and others involved in securing this release, we send our deepest appreciation. We urge you to continue to support our government’s effort to rescue all other abducted Nigerians, so that parents, the Chibok community, the nation, and the world can finally put an end to this nightmare,” it said.
Recall that the group has stated that it will release the chronicle of false narratives over the rescue of the Chibok girls by the government on October 14, 2016 which is 30 months since the abduction of girls.