President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday pledged that his administration “will not rest until the remaining Chibok girls” kidnapped by Boko Haram terrorists in April 2014 are “safely released”.
Buhari reiterated his commitment towards the release of the girls in Katowice, Poland, at a bilateral meeting with Swiss President, Alain Berset, on the margins of the UN Climate Change Conference, COP24 and was contained in a statement forwarded to Press by his spokesperson, Garba Shehu.
During his meeting with the Swiss President, Buhari had thanked the Swiss Confederation for its efforts and important role as intermediaries towards the secure the release of some Chibok girls.
He assured the Swiss President that the issue of the “remaining kidnapped girls and other abducted persons will remain a ”key priority” for the Nigerian government.”
According to Buhari, ”We will continue to make the safe release of the remaining Chibok girls a priority and will welcome any kind of support from any quarters to make this happen.
”Nigeria is totally committed to global efforts to mitigate and adapt to effects of climate change.”