The Bring Back Our Girls campaign group has accused the Federal Government of complacency and what they called a definite silence about the search of the remaining 195 missing Chibok school girls.
On the third day of week-long activities to commemorate the third year since the abduction of the school girls, co-convener of the group, OBY EZEKWESILI, said President MUHAMMADU BUHARI must fulfil his promise and responsibility by ensuring the speedy return of the girls.
Meanwhile, entertainer, CHARLES OPUTA, also known as CHARLY BOY, has embarked on a lone journey to the presidential villa in Abuja in solidarity with the Bring Back Our Girls, BBOG movement.
Speaking on a monitored programme, CHARLY BOY said he was protesting the federal government’s reluctance concerning the rescue of the abducted Chibok girls.
Over 200 girls were abducted at their school dormitory at Chibok secondary school on April 14, 2014.