By Christian George
The President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (retd) said that he grieves over the remaining Chibok girls yet to be released.
President Buhari said this during his farewell nationwide broadcast on Sunday morning.
According to Buhari, “Up-till now, I still grieve for our children still in captivity, mourn with parents, friends and relatives of all those that lost loved ones in the days of the senseless brigandage and carnage.
“For all those under unlawful captivity our Security Agencies are working round the clock to secure their release unharmed.”
He made it known that the battle to ensure that all Nigerians lived in a safe and secure environment had achieved considerable results.
He also explained that his administration had been able to reduce the incidences of banditry, terrorism, armed robbery and other criminal activities considerably.
He enjoined Nigerians to be more vigilant as well as support security agencies.
“To sustain the gains made so far, I call on all Nigerians to be more vigilant and support the security agencies by ensuring that our values defined by being your brothers’ keeper govern our actions” he added.