Groups urge caution in agitation for abducted Chibok girls’ release

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He said: “Our aim is bring cohesion so that they will be able to speak as one and we are seeing it happening.

“Our aim is that things that have been happening, especially the abduction of vulnerable people – young and women in this conflict – should be looked at the victims’ point of view.

“Our aim is that at the end of this the voice of the victims will be heard.“

On her part, the Special Assistant the President on Ethics and Values, Mrs Sarah Jibril, called for the setting of a fund alleviate the sufferings of vulnerable groups in the North, especially the middle-belt region.

She said that it was time for minority groups in the middle-belt seek help to solve their problems, rather than wait perpetually on government support.

A position paper on how end the conflict in the North East is expected to be released at the end of the forum. (NAN)