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Ezekwesili: Presidency has a lot to tell Nigerians

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Former Education Minister #BringBackOurGirls (#BBOG) advocacy leader Dr. Oby Ezekwesili yesterday said that the Presidency has a lot to tell Nigerians about the release of the Dapchi girls.

Dr. Ezekwesili expressed her joy at the release of the girls by Boko Haram in a number of tweets.

She insisted that the 14 questions demanded by the group remained more relevant now, adding that it was saddening that five of the girls had to die due to a preventable tragedy.

She said: “76 out of 110? And what is the story with the rest of OUR #DapchiGirls? This is not a time for piecemeal information? Pls .@AsoRock provides detailed report on this return of #DapchiGirls now.

“What a real pity. Extremely saddened that even one of our #DapchiGirls died in this entirely preventable tragedy. Now five parents will be grieving these unpardonable deaths. Our prayers are with them for God’s comfort & peace that passes all human understanding.

“Someone just asked me if our Movement .@BBOG_Nigeria will continue with our legal suit against .@AsoRock@NGRPresident @MBuhari for the gross negligence that let to #DapChiGirlsAbduction.

“I responded YES. Our 14 questions have become even more relevant with their return.

“Very good that .@AsoRock @NGRPresident have now confirmed the return of our #DapchiGirls . we are glad. Beyond happy for our girls and their families.

“Pls swiftly deploy the winning formula to secure return of our #112 ChibokGirls who will god forbids 4 years with terrorists.

“Aaaaaah!! There is so much joy that this news is springing up from our hearts!

There are so many questions that everything about their “abduction” are springing up from our minds.

“@AsoRock @MBuhari @NGRPresident sure have a lot they need to tell the people of Nigeria.”


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