Jonathan meets Chibok parents behind closed doors

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A between Jonathan and parents of over 200 girls abducted from their school’s dormitory , State, is ongoing Villa under very strict .

Fifty- of girls who escaped from terrorist group, Boko Haram, were on Tuesday morning brought to villa alongside parents of those still camp of Boko Haram.

Channels Television’s correspondent, Chukwuma Onuekwusi, says is tight at the venue of the and not even the State House correspondents were allowed to cover the closed-door .

Four of the brand new buses for the Abuja Urban Mass Transit were used to convey the girls and their parents from their hotel to the venue of the long expected . [eap_ad_2] Journalists and personnel watched as the girls and their parents, after the other, beginning the school principal, alighted from the buses.

The parents of the missing girls alighted from of the buses, some of them looking devastated by the they found themselves in.

Into the hall proper, the escaped girls were meant to seat together about 51 of them. Parents of the girls still in captivity sat at one end, parents of the escaped girls were together, while the community and opinion leaders, who are not direct parents of the girls, also sat together.

Jonathan joined them at about 11:15am local time to kick-start the special meeting.

The came in the of and Bauchi , , Ministers of , Finance, Information and other key in the Jonathan’s administration, including security personnel.

Journalists were barred from the meeting, with the indication the outcome would be made known to the entire world thereafter.[eap_ad_3]