Nigerian Govt Ready To Swap Boko Haram Detainees With Chibok Girls – President Buhari

Abducted Chibok Schoolgirls
Nigerian Government is willing to swap Boko Haram detainees with Chibok girls abducted by the terrorist group as long as it was convinced that it was dealing with the right leaders of the group which has custody of the girls.

President Muhammadu Buhari gave this hint during an interview with reporters at the sidelines of the ongoing sixth Tokyo International Conference on Africa Development (TICAD VI) in Nairobi, Kenya.

He said government was ready to discuss the release of the Chibok girls kidnapped by Boko Haram terror group since April 2014. While observing that there has been a split in the leadership of the insurgent group, Buhari advised that if the bonafide leaders of the group were not comfortable with negotiating with government, they could search out a credible inter international Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) by themselves which they could trust to work with.

He said:
I have made a couple of comments on the Chibok girls and it seems to me that much of it has been politicised. What we said is that the government which I preside over is prepared to talk to bonafide leaders of Boko Haram.
If they do not want to talk to us directly, let them pick an internationally recognised Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), convince them that they are holding the girls and that they want Nigeria to release a number of Boko Haram leaders in detention, which they are supposed to know.
If they do it through the ‘modified leadership’ of Boko Haram and they talk with an internationally recognized NGO then Nigeria will be prepared to discuss for their release
President Buhari however warned that the Federal Government will not waste time and resources with “doubtful sources’’ claiming to know the whereabouts of the girls.

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