In News by stephen abiodun on the 21st, May, 2017


The federal government has said that 21 rescued Chibok girls have started remedial classes and should get back to school from next session, September 2016.

This development is coming as the 82 rescued Chibok school girls on Saturday reunited with their parents in Abuja, two weeks after they regained freedom.

Their parents had travelled from Borno State to Abuja.

The Minister of Women Affairs, Jummai Alhassan, announced at the event that a group of experts had been put together to address the girls’ psycho-social support and medical needs.

“The children are being rehabilitated and we believe that in due course they will be properly aligned with their families,” she was quoted as saying.

For the 21 and three that were earlier released, I wish to inform us that their psycho-social counselling is still in progress and of course they have started remedial classes.

“They are being taught five subjects, which is designed with a view to getting them back to school come the next school session, which is in September this year.

“They will be settled in various schools and I am sure they will continue their education from there,’’ she said.

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