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Buhari challenges air force on rescue of Chibok girls

By Channels
23 April 2017   |   4:48 pm
Buhari challenges air force on the rescue of Chibok girls.


5 Dec 2017
The six-year-old Boko Haram victim, Alih Ahmadu, who underwent a successful spinal surgery in Dubai, returned to the country through the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport on Monday.
12 Dec 2017
Ali Ahmadu Chibok, the six-year-old boy who fell victim to one of Boko Haram’s murderous invasions on Chibok community in Borno State four years ago, returned home Monday to a tumultuous welcome ahead of his seventh birthday.
16 Jan 2018
Boko Haram video we won’t return, abducted ‘Chibok Girls’ declare.
26 Mar 2018
Obasanjo meets with missing Chibok girls' parents
14 Apr 2018
As the world marks the 4th Anniversary of the kidnap of the 'Chibok Girls', the government should intensify efforts to facilitate the release of the 112 girls still in captivity.
17 Apr 2018
Senior Pastor, Latter Rain Assembly, Tunde Bakare has accused President Muhammadu Buhari and the All Progressive Congress (APC) of not doing enough to secure the release of the remaining 130 Chibok schoolgirls and Leah Sharibu.
2 Jun 2018
President Muhammadu Buhari Thursday in Abuja signed the “Not Too Young to Run Bill” into law with a charge to the youths to utilise the opportunity provided by the new law to leave their mark on the political space.
8 Mar 2019
What does the re-election of Nigeria’s President, Muhammadu Buhari mean for the country’s private sector? Timothy Olawale, Director General of the Nigeria Employers Consultative Association joins CNBC Africa from Abuja to discuss this.
15 Apr 2019
Five years after the kidnapping of 276 girls from Chibok, many schools in northeastern Nigeria are still not safe. Student numbers have dropped and education is still suffering under the threat of Boko Haram.
16 Apr 2019
Documentary takes a viewers to Chibok in virtual reality form
16 Apr 2019
Bukky Shonibare speaks on 5th anniversary of Chibok girls abduction.
16 Apr 2019
Last Sunday marked five years since Boko Haram jihadists kidnapped 276 schoolgirls from their school in northeastern Nigeria. While some are back, 112 are still missing. The mass abduction sparked a global outcry and the #BringBackOurGirls social media campaign and remains Boko Haram's biggest publicity coup.