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BOKO HARAM: FG To Transfer All Federal Government College(Unity School)'s Students



Following the recent attacks in North East part of the country, the transfer of 3,000 students from various Unity schools in Adamawa, Borno and Yobe state to others states have been approved by the Federal Government.
This was disclosed by the Minister of Women Affairs and Social Development, Hajia Zainab Maina on Thursday at the programme to mark the 2014 Universal day of the African Child, The Nation reports.
Zainab Maina who urged the Boko Haram sect to put an end to the incessant attacks which has left to the killings of several innocent civilians including children said “there can’t be development without peace.”
She said: “While government is putting on strategies through development of various policies and programmes to accelerate the change, the unfortunate and regrettable incidents where our innocent school children were either being abducted or massacred are highly regrettable”.
Zainab Maina has urged Nigerian children who she described are the greatest asset of any nation and the foundation on which the future of the nations are built not to get discouraged with the happenings and rather should face their studies.
Meanwhile over the past days, there has been deliberations in the senate on whether to approve or not President Jonathan’s letter seeking for an extension of emergency rule in three North – Eastern states of Adamawa, Borno and Yobe States.

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