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Mama Taraba Speaks On Attempt To Rescue The Missing Dapchi Schoolgirls

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The Minister for Women Affairs and Social Development, Aisha Alhassan, has opened up on the Buhari government’s bid to rescue the Dapchi school girls.

While speaking when she was fielding questions from journalists in Jalingo, Taraba state capital, the Minister for Women Affairs and Social Development, Aishatu Alhassan, disclosed that the federal government is poised to ensure that the Dapchi school girls are rescued soon.

According to PREMIUM Times, the minister said: “President Muhammadu Buhari’s led administration is on top of the rescue mission, having deployed massive resources and intelligence towards achieving that feat.”


The influential politicial who is popularly called Mama Taraba, who drew a parallel between Buhari ‘s led government and that of Jonathan, said the government has taken all measures to ensure that the abducted school girls are ‘rescued with dispatch’.

She refuted allegations that the government was complacent over the abduction saga, adding that in the aftermath of the abduction, the government swiftly swung into action and gave marching orders that security operatives should swiftly rescue the girls.

She said: “I want people to understand that even in the most advanced democracies including the US, violent crimes do occur intermittently.

“Gun violence has become a past time of America’s checkered history and despite their advancement in technology. Cases of shooting in schools abound.

“So, cases of violent attacks are inevitable anywhere regardless of the government of the day,” she said.

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