Release of 21 Chibok girls demonstrates Buhari’s sincerity


Some of the 21 Chibok schoolgirls released by Boko Haram last year

Prince Eze Madumere,  Imo Deputy Governor.
Prince Eze Madumere, Imo Deputy Governor.

Imo Deputy Governor Eze Madumere has said that the release of Chibok girls is a demonstration of President Buhari’s sincerity, responsibility and responsive leadership.

Madumere told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja on Monday that the All Progressives Congress (APC) led Federal Government had demonstrated its preparedness to salvage Nigerians from the doldrums of economic and social insecurity.

According to him, the development is exciting and worth celebrating and the release has once again rekindled the hope of other parents and Nigerians that the administration will truly rebuild the country.

“The good news has proved the fact that the Buhari administration is sincere in his electoral promises which are being pursued with vigor,” Madumere said.

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The deputy governor, who called on Nigerians to support the Federal Government, said that more promises would be delivered in future.

He said that the Buhari administration was people-oriented, and doing everything possible to ameliorate the plight of the entire citizenry.

Madumere expressed confidence in the capability of Buhari in restoring hope to Nigerians and called on Nigerians to be patriotic.

NAN recalls that the 21 Chibok girls were released from Boko Haram captivity on Oct 13.

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