Insecurity: Chibok Community Calls For Govt Presence In The Community

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The Kibaku (Chibok) Area Development Association (KADA), on behalf of Chibok Community has called for more government presence in the community.

Dauda lliya, president of KADA, made the call on Saturday in Abuja at a press conference.

Iliya said that the entire Chibok Community was, once again, appealing to government to intensify efforts to protect Chibok Community, an ethnic nationality, from total annihilation by the Boko Haram Terrorists.

According to him, there are still 110 Chibok girls, out of the 276 abducted in April 2014, who are yet to be rescued.

Similarly, Yarama Ndirmpaya, secretary of the association urged government to increase its presence in the community.

Dr Allen Manassah, media and communications director of the association, appealed to Journalists to visit Chibok to see the situation for themselves.

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