The #BringBackOurGirls (BBOG) group on Wednesday said it was delighted at the return of the 104 Dapchi School girls but promises to interrogate the circumstances surrounding their return.
It also said it is saddened at the 5 reported to be dead, and 1 still held captive with the insurgents.
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The group in a statement issued by its spokesperson Sesugh Akume also reminded the Federal government that its notice to commence legal action as well as its 14 unanswered questions it posed still stands and will be followed through.
"Our immense pleasure at the return of most of our #DapchiGirls on this 30th day of their captivity notwithstanding, the 14 questions we posed to the Government of Nigeria still stand, as well as our notice to commence legal action. The circumstances of this return shall also be interrogated" the group said.
The group further it shall communicate with the press further “as we gain more clarity on what transpired and what is going on”.
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