The governor of Borno state Babagana Umara Zulum has dispatched a high powered delegation to distribute relieve materials and a sum of 5.6 million Naira to the parent of the abducted Chibok girls as their abduction turns 6 years.
He did this to console the parents of the 112 school girls left in the captivity of the Boko Haram.
Members of the delegation include the State Commissioners of Education, Women Affairs, Poverty Alleviation and the member, representing Chibok LGC Constituency at the Borno State House Assembly, to deliver Governor Zulum’s message of empathy, hope and assurance.
They also presented the families with 500 bags of rice (25kg), 250 gallons of cooking oil and a sum of N5.6million as social support.
The State Commissioner for Education, Hon. Bello Ayuba who led the delegation assured the parents and members of the community that President Muhammadu Buhari and the governor will never give up on the rescue of the remaining abducted schoolgirls.
“Governor Zulum has asked us to inform you that in all his meetings with President Buhari, the President has consistently shown concern and commitment to the rescue of the missing girls.
“The President and the Governor are fathers, with daughters. They know how you feel and they share your pains. They will never give up on the rescue of our daughters. No sane parent will give up on a missing child. They are committed and by the grace of God, these girls will be rescued alive. He said.
The deliverance of the schoolgirls can be hastened if Christians in the country can call unto the Lord with one voice.
Churchpalaba encourages Nigerians to arise in prayers for the rescue of the abducted school girls.
God help us