Dapchi girls: Yobe Governor Calls For Intensified Aerial Survelliance
Governor Ibrahim Gaidam of Yobe has called on the Nigerian Government to intensify aerial survelliance to rescue the abducted Dapchi schoolgirls and enhance general security of the state.
Gaidam made the call on Monday when the Presidential Committee to unravel circumstances surrounding the abduction of the students of Government Girls Science Technical School, Dapchi, visited the state.
He commended the Buhari Administration for its committed zeal in fighting insurgency in the North-East.
He said the visit by four different delegations sent by the Nigerian government underscored the commitment of government to rescue the schoolgirls.
The governor also commended to the Nigerian Army for acting with dispatch and realigning the check points in Ngelzarma and Damagum to beef up security.
“I am optimistic that with the kind of inspiring concern exhibited by the federal government, other patriotic Nigerians and indeed, the international community, we will intensify our efforts until all the girls are found.”
He lauded the efforts of security organisations, which he said, had recorded unprecedented success to the admiration of all.