Members of house of representatives have called for a more realistic stance to ensuring the rescue of the #ChibokGirls by advocating that Boko Haram be mandated to #ReleaseOurGirlsNow.
Speaking at a soulful congress headed by Hon. Beni Lar, Chairman Human Right Committee of the House of Representative, she called for no-blame-games but action to deal with terrorists and ensure immediate release of the abducted girls.
Other legislators present were Hon Nnenna Ukeje, Hon Evelyn, and 12 others across the country.
In the session, organs of government such as NAPTIP and National Human Rights Commission were queried and then charged to do more and implement strategic tactics rather than quote laws.
Nigerian soldiers and security were also applauded for a exceptional sacrifice and gallantry in the face of multi-hydraheaded terror attack.
Follow @Jenny_chisom #StopTheViolence #StopTheKillings #ReleaseOurGirlsNow now to read more from the discussions every day.
#ReleaseOurGirlsNow is the urgency of the campaign for the abducted #Chibok School girls. This campaign was flagged off by Nigerian house of representatives headed by the Chairman, Human Right Committee, Hon Beni Lar on Thursday 22nd May 2014
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A US General on Thursday May 15th, said the Nigerian military is becoming afraid of engaging Boko Haram insurgents and this might affect the US level of involvement in finding the missing girls. Testifying on Thursday before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, the US Air Force Chief of staff, Gen. Mark Welsh III, said, "We're now looking at a military force that is, quite frankly, becoming afraid to even engage. The United States doesn't have the capacity, the capability to go rescue every kidnapped person around the world." The New York Times reported that the US might choose to minimize its involvement in the search for the over 200 schoolgirls abducted by Boko Haram due to doubts over Nigeria's military capabilities.
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