Parents of the abducted Chibok school girls are demanding for the release of their daughters and all other women and girls in captivity.
Yakubu Dogara has expressed regrets that numerous over 200 Chibok school girls in Borno State were still in captivity 4 years after their abduction by notorious Boko Haram sect.
"To us as a community and even the parents of these missing girls, four years of waiting in anticipation of seeing your missing child return home can be very traumatizing". We will continue to persist, and the parents should please not give up. Don't lose faith in this government's ability to fulfil our promise of reuniting you with our daughters.
"Don't imagine for a moment that we have forgotten about our daughters or that we consider their freedom a lost course, " the President said.
Buhari made the comments on the eve of the fourth anniversary of the abduction in which Islamist insurgents snatched 276 girls from their school, triggering a global outcry.
Also, President Buhari has assured the parents of the school girls that their daughters will never be forgotten or abandoned to their fate.
A disagreement between members of the terror group is responsible for the breakdown in negotiations, Buhari said in a statement Friday.
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He said these "repeated attacks against children in schools are unconscionable". "Children have the right to education and protection, and the classroom must be a place where they are safe from harm".
Mrs Aisha Oyebode, Co-ordinator Bring Back our Girls (BBOG) Lagos State Chapter, has called on Nigerians to stand up in prayers for Nigerian children still in the hands of terrorists.
The terrorists invaded the school on the night of April 14,2014 and took away the girls.
Since 2016, 107 girls have been found, released or escaped as part of a government deal with Boko Haram and the administration has said back-channel talks are ongoing for further releases and a possible end to the wider conflict.
Every year on the anniversary of their daughters' disappearance, the parents gather in Chibok to pray for their safe return.
On some of the girls that were shown on video pledging loyalty and allegiance to the Boko Haram, the medical personnel said "it is normal that when someone finds himself in such kind of situation of captivity for that length of time, the person may one way or the other subscribe to what the person is doing either willingly or by coercion".