Following the release of 21 Chibok girls on Thursday, the Federal Government, FG, has promised to facilitate education and employment for the victims.
The promise was made by the Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo when the girls were handed over to him in Abuja by the Department of State Service, DSS.
Recall that twenty-one of the girls were dropped off by the degraded Boko Haram group on Thursday at the Banki area of the state and they were picked up by military helicopter.
Also, the Presidential spokesperson, Garba Shehu, had confirmed the release of the 21 girls, saying their release, in a limited number was the outcome of negotiations between the administration and the Boko Haram.
The VP, in a statement by the Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Laolu Akande, said the FG will make provisions for the girls’ education and desired career.
The statement reads in part: “We are also going to see to it that everything that you require going forward.
“Perhaps your education, those who need to go back to school, those who need to find employment, we are going to make sure that we make all the provisions for you.
“I am sure you are going to be very well taken care of. We have provided very good accommodation for you where you will stay where you will sleep and your parents will come and meet you there also,” the VP said, adding that the FG was very committed to their rescue and welfare.