The Nigerian Minister of Aviation, Osita Chidoka made
the statement on Thursday, March 5, during an
The Nigerian Minister of Aviation, Osita Chidoka has
said that the abducted Chibok girls may not be found.
Chidoka made the statement on Thursday, March 5,
during an interview with BBC Hardtalk.
“Boko Haram is a terror group, it has decimated (sic)
the girls across vast areas of land in Borno State…
Maybe we will find them, maybe not,” Chidoka said
when asked if the missing girls would ever be rescued.
He also spoke further on the recent operations against
the sect mounted by a newly constituted multinational
“…We are not going to allow them hold territories
anymore. With the support of the multinational force,
Nigeria is able to push them back out of territories in
Nigeria,” Chidoka said.
A representative of the Nigerian government, also on
March 5, held a meeting with relatives of the missing
girls to assure them that rescue efforts were still on to
bring their wards home.
The over 200 girls were abducted from Chibok, Borno
State on April 14, 2014. Most of them are still in