The Bring Back Our Girls (BBOG) group will on July 8, 2015, finally get to meet with President Muhammadu Buhari regarding the fate of the remaining 219 Chibok girls who are yet to be found.
One of the Co-conveners of the group and former Minister of Education, Mrs. Oby Ezekwesili, made this disclosure on her Twitter page on Wednesday.
Tweeting from @obyezeks she wrote, “#ChibokGirls: Stop Press. We hope you will join us @BBOG_Nigeria on our march to meet with our President on July 8 at 12noon. #BBOG!!!!!!!!
“We @BBOG_Nigeria have received confirmation of schedule of our meeting with @MBuhari and FG on our #ChibokGirls for July 8, 2015 at 12 noon.
“DAY443 of our #ChibokGirls. On July 8, we shall march to the President @MBuhari to ask him what he has done and is doing to bring you back.
“I could have chosen the easy path of looking away on the tragedy of our #ChibokGirls to avoid the toxin they spew. God forbids. I stand on.”
In an earlier report by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), Ezekwesili said the group wrote Buhari over the fate of the missing girls and efforts to successfully bring them back.
She was quoted to have said, “We have written to request for a meeting with the President as we did on several occasions with the previous government.”