- Jonathan attacks Borno state governor, asks him difficult questions about the abduction of Chibok girls
- Chibok schoolgirls' parents write President Buhari, demand information on their daughters
- Buhari’s government grants 106 Chibok girls scholarship
- 42 Chibok girls graduate from private schools as FG promises to secure release of remaining girls
A U.S.-based Nigerian lawyer and social welfare campaigner, Emmanuel Ogebe, has sued Nigerian government to court for accusing him of exploiting Chibok girls.
SERAP says the EFCC has confirmed to it that the anti-corruption agency is investigating the missing N500million meant for the rebuilding of Chibok school.
- The DHQ describes reports that ransom was paid for the release of the 21 Chibok girls freed by the Boko Haram as unsubstantiated.
The mystery journey of the Chibok girls began way back in 2014. They have been deprived of their freedom and other basic human existence.
Mary Ali Maiyanga is the latest Chibok schoolgirl to regain freedom from the dreaded Boko Haram sect. She was rescued by Nigerian troops.
A recent report states that none the 21 released Chibok schoolgirls was assaulted during the two years they spent in Boko Haram captivity.
President Muhammadu Buhari has said that receiving the 21 girls released by the Boko Haram sect is a happy moment for him and Nigerians.
More than 100 of the abducted Chibok schoolgirls were unwilling to leave their captors. Here are some reasons why the girls may stay back.
The 21 fortunate Chibok girls met Professor Yemi Osinbajo, Nigeria's vice president, who told them what government plans for them.
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has received the 21 Chibok girls released by the Boko Haram group on Thursday, October 13.