by Soma Oj.
On October 13th 2016 when the Federal Government worked in conjunction with the International Committee of the Red Cross to release 21 Chibok girls from the captivity of the Boko Haram insurgents.
It was the first successful attempt by the Nigerian Government to secure the release of any of the school girls that were abducted on the 14th of April from their Federal Government secondary school.
A lot of people attributed this success to the combined efforts of the Nigerian government, Swiss and the Red Cross and that was acceptable.
But upon the release of 82 more girls during the weekend, the Red Cross deemed it a great time to finally explain their role in the process.
The only problem is that we still are not clear.
Watch for yourself:
— ICRC (@ICRC) May 7, 2017
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