The minister was represented by Amb. Sola Enikanolaiye, a director in the ministry.
“Since the Paris Summit, a number of significant steps have been taken, especially establishment of the Intelligence Fusion Centre, technical assistance by our international partners and deployment by Cameroon of 1,000 troops.’’[eap_ad_2]
Wali, however, said that rescuing the Chibok girls would require extreme care, tact and patience so as not to expose the girls to harm.
“Our security forces are, therefore, taking utmost care in dealing with the situation,’’ he said.
Amb. Tayo Ogunsilire, President of Association of Retired Career Ambassadors of Nigeria (ARCAN), said that there were challenges in the effectiveness of the nation’s foreign service.
“The reality is that the service is nowhere near fulfillment of the hopes and aspirations of the founding fathers and pioneers of the service,’’ he said. (NAN)[eap_ad_3]