- The deputy secretary general of the United Nations Amina Mohammed met with some of the rescued Chibok girls
- Mohammed said she feels humbled to have met the girls
- She also said the girls are an inspiration to many in Nigeria
The deputy secretary general of the United Nations Amina Mohammed on Thursday, July 20, met with some of the rescued Chibok girls.
The meeting which took place in Abuja was aimed at inspiring women and some of the girls cut up in conflict related areas in Nigeria.
Tweeting on her meeting with the girls, Mohammed said: "Women & girls are not only survivors but also crisis prevention agents. Inspiring chat with women leaders & conflict affected girls #DSGinNG."
Stating that survivors of conflicts are strong people, the UN scribe said she is humbled to have met and dined with the rescued Chibok girls.
"Survivors are strong. You have aspirations, drive and inspiration. I am humbled to have met, danced and dined with #ChibokGirls #DSGinNG," Mohammed said in a tweet.
NAIJ.com earlier reported that the deputy UN secretary general arrived Nigeria on Wednesday, July 19.
Mohammed's visit is part of her trip to various country in a few months after resuming duties as the deputy secretary general to the United Nations.
Upon her arrival to Nigeria, Mohammed met with the Acting President Yemi Osinbajo at the Presidential Villa on highlighting women's participation in peace and security processes.
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Also, NAIJ.com gathered that, part of her delegation's activities in the country include attending in the forth coming funeral of the executive director of the United Nations Populations Fund (UNFPA) Babatunde Osotimehin.
You can watch this NAIJ.com video of survivors of Boko Haram activities: