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Sunday, 16 October 2016

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Breaking News» Group begs Aisha Buhari To Support Her Husband

A group has begged the first lady of Nigeria Aisha Buhari to please support her husband in all corners.
The group, Global Excellence Foundation (GEF) also urged the first lady to deter women support for her husband.

Mr. President with his wife Aisha

The group’s country director Yemi Ola while speaking to journalists in Abuja said the fallout between the president and his wife defame Nigerian’s joy on the recently freed 21 abducted Chibok girls.

The group challenged the Nigerian military to build on the current success it has achieved in securing the release of the 21 Chibok girls. Ola also begged the Nigerian military to tightly it's rate to ensuring that all Nigerians held captive by the terrorist group is rescued.

He also commended president Muhammadu Buhari for his efforts in fulfilling some of his campaign promises especially through troops of the Nigerian military. “We however want to appeal to the military to remain focused on neutralizing the threat posed by unrepentant Boko Haram terrorist.

– those that have refused being part of the ongoing talks with the government. The ongoing negotiations must not be allowed to become a cover for those that are patently evil to regroup while we are rejoicing at the release of the captive girls,”Ola said.

“The reality is that the insurgency is not over until the last of the hardened terrorists has given up their weapons. Our challenge therefore is for the military to remain focused as victory is not secured until all is over.

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The military must, under the current development, reassess its promise to rescue the last person held hostage by the terrorist. We say this because there are people that are still held by Boko Haram that are not known to the public because they do not enjoy the kind of media attention around the released girls.

“This will be consistent with the more than 5000 persons troops have freed from Boko Haram’s captivity Meanwhile, we want to appeal to the wife of the president, Mrs Aisha Buhari to deter women support for her husband. Her recent interview in which she point out to withdrawing support for President Buhari in 2019 is a distraction that is not needed at this moment. The hectic fallout from her interview defame from the joy the girls’ release,” he said.

Some of the abducted Chibok school girls – 21 of them Chibok girls were released by the dreaded Boko Haram terrorists on Thursday, October 13. The government through the minister of information Lai Mohammed has repeatedly said that the rescue of the abducted girls was not a swap for some of the terrorists as earlier demanded but a total release of the girls.