Maina said the prayer session became necessary as a show of concern for the plight of the abducted girls, adding that nothing was impossible with prayers.
“We strongly believe in the efficacy of prayers to God on behalf of our girls and for the restoration of peace and harmony in our nation.”
She said the present administration was resolute and committed to promoting education, saying it was a tool for national development.
She added that security was a collective effort of all Nigerians, saying all hands must be on deck to achieve this goal.
He said that, although the situation looked hopeless, help was coming the way of the kidnapped girls, adding that confusion would soon set in the camp of the abductors.
“Those who have taken these children should know that they cannot close the gates of heaven.
“Light will shine upon darkness, the power of God will come down, and the girls will come back to us straight, “Akanji said.
The FCT CAN president also called on all Nigerians not to be discouraged over the issue, urging all hands to be on deck.
He said there was need to sustain the momentum for the release of the innocent young girls, adding that awareness should be sustained to bring terrorism to an end.