Now more than two weeks after the Dapchi Girls were kidnapped, has President Buhari held a National Security Council meeting to address the situation?
The group also accused the federal government of criminal negligence while calling for sanctions for those responsible for the safety of the girls.
We hope that something can be developed to release these girls quickly.
President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday said that his government is not like that of former President Goodluck Jonathan which "looked the other way while the Chibok girls were taken away in 2014".
The President will proceed to yobe state in continuation of his tour of trouled states.
The United States Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, said on Monday America is ready to coordinate efforts to rescue the school girls abducted at the Government Girls Science and Technical College, Dapchi, Yobe State, by suspected Boko Haram fighters, adding the U.
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She wondered why soldiers were withdrawn from Dapchi shortly before the attack thereby making it easy for the terrorists to attack the school and abduct the schoolgirls. "This is borne out of this administration's conviction that doing so is safer, so that it will not endanger the lives of our young girls".
"So, that duty has been breached in the case of Chibok and Dapchi girls and why it is worse in this case is that having regard to the facts and circumstances of the developments in that part of the country, it is intolerable and unacceptable that the same manner of abduction took place".
"The Dapchi and Chibok students are our girls and must enjoy our protection".
Boko Haram, which has killed tens of thousands of people since 2009 in its bid to create an Islamic state, lost most of its territory in the face of an offensive by Nigeria's army backed by troops from neighbouring countries in early 2015. They must live to achieve their individual ambitions, to be great women of tomorrow.
The abduction of the 110 schoolgirls in Dapchi, Yobe State last month, highlights the significant security flaws that persist in northeastern Nigeria. I call on law-abiding citizens to shun activities and statements that may cause a breakdown of law and order.