By Omeiza Ajayi
ABUJA – The Chibok community in Abuja said it has been able to establish the location of two Chibok girls, Amina Nkeki and Serah Luka who were found months ago but had since been kept away from the public by the federal government.
In a Sunday night statement released in Abuja, Chairman of the community, Tsambido Hosea Abana hailed the federal government for its psycosocial support for the girls.
The whereabouts of the two girls had become a subject of intense advocacy in recent time following the secrecy surrounding their rehabilitation and reintegration.
“We wish to commend the way and manner the Federal Government has been handling the process of rehabilitation of the rescued girls namely Amina Ali Nkeki and Sarah Luka. On demand by the community made to the Federal Government, the leaders/elders of Chibok residents in Abuja were allowed to see the two girls. After an interaction with them, we wish to express our appreciation on how the Federal Government is handling the Psycho-social Counseling and Reintegration Process. This has rekindled the hope in us that when the other girls are finally rescued, they will undergo successful and similar process and eventually be reintegrate into the community. It has demonstrated that the Federal Government has the will power and capacity to do the needful.