21 Released Chibok Girls Came With 34 Children –Report

Source: Franktalk Magazine

Incident Overview:

  • Report by Murtala Muhammed Foundation details aftermath of 276 schoolgirls’ abduction
  • 34 children born in captivity, 48 parents of victims passed away, highlighting trauma
  • Dr. Aisha Muhammad-Oyebode’s ten recommendations address conflict and violence against women
  • Urgent need for security measures, community empowerment, and psychological support services
  • 91 schoolgirls still missing despite rescue efforts, emphasizing threat from groups like Boko Haram
  • Alarming parallels with 2018 Dapchi abduction stress importance of proactive prevention


There is an urgent need for proactive measures to be taken by individuals and the society at large to address the root causes of conflict and violence against women and girls. By advocating for enhanced security measures, community empowerment programs, and psychological support services, there is a clear call for concerted efforts from both the Nigerian government and the international community to safeguard the well-being and rights of women and girls in the face of this type of atrocities.

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