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HE Toyin Saraki’s Response to the Release of 21 Chibok School Girls

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Official Headshot of H.E. Mrs Toyin Saraki, Founder-President Wellbeing Foundation Africa and Global Goodwill Ambassador, International Confederation of Midwives
Official Headshot of H.E. Mrs Toyin Saraki, Founder-President Wellbeing Foundation Africa and Global Goodwill Ambassador, International Confederation of Midwives

The Founder-President of the Wellbeing Foundation Africa, HE Toyin Saraki offered the following statement after the news that 21 Chibok school girls were released by Boko Haram to the Nigerian government.

“I am delighted to learn, from preliminary news reports, of the release of 21 girls abducted in the north-east of Nigeria 883 days ago. This news, coming just two days after the International Day of the Girl Child, is a testament to the perseverance and a testimony to persistence of all efforts to find our missing girls, and we are grateful for their restoration to freedom. In the coming days, weeks, months, and years, we hope the 21 released girls, 18 of whom are reported to be nursing mothers, and all other victims of forcible disappearances around the world, will receive the necessary psycho-social counselling, in efforts to ensure their holistic rehabilitation and wellbeing”

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