The Borno State governor recently hosted some of the abducted schoolgirls from Chibok who escaped from Boko Haram’s den after being kidnapped by the terror group.
The governor promised to relocate the girls to a safer schools in different states of the nation, from Abuja to lagos so as to complete their studies.
Shettima promised them that he will invite American therapists to help them after such a traumatic event. However the girls numbering around 57 did not talk to reporters at the meeting and were mute throughout the hosting.
Shettima said: “The abduction of schoolgirls by the Boko Haram gunmen does not only affect parents here present in this council chamber, but all of us, including my humble self and other stakeholders in Borno state.
I have daughters too and as a leader, people’s lives and property must be protected, including the rehabilitation of traumatized girls and their parents. “These girls have no other place to go.
“We also have no plans to politicize the abduction of over 200 innocent schoolgirls from their school on April 14 by suspected Boko Haram gunmen. “If any person doubts the abduction of the schoolgirls, let him or her go to the affected town and meet the parents.”
“We are taking these girls here in this council chamber to a school in either Zaria, or Abuja or Lagos, but we will not disclose the name of the Secondary Schools in which they will complete their secondary education that had been interrupted by their abduction.”
He explained that the budget for each school girl to complete her education will be N1.5 million.
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