The Bring Back Our Girls group has today, September 30, posed a strong question to President Muhammadu Buhari over the over 200 missing Chibok girls.
The BBOG has criticised President Muhammadu Buhari over comments on the missing Chibok girls.
Speaking in Abuja during a world press conference, one of the group members Maureen Kabrik decried the statement made by President Buhari at United Nation Assembly in New York last week.
The president had in New York said he would no longer speak on the issue of the missing Chibok girls.
The BBOG has also accused the government of constantly harassing of protesters and citizens.
However, Maureen said it is a shame that the President Buhari could make such a statement.
She said: “The government officials use tax payers’ money and cannot deny Nigerians their basic rights.”
“No Nigerian is more Nigerian than the other,” she added.
Also speaking, Mausi Segun spokesperson for the Human Rights Watch said: “I wish I could say that I am happy to be here today.”
She said its discouraging that after almost two years since the abduction of the girls, the Nigerian government is yet to take any tangible decision on the issue.
She also said the constant harassment of protesters and citizens by the Nigerian government is saddening.
Mausi said: “It is even more surprising that some people in the government will see this as a threat to the nation. I think that there are more that threaten the nation than this sitting.”
She further called on all Nigerians to join hands in calling the federal government to order.
“These are signs that we all must remain tenacious and vicious towards protecting human rights,” she added.
Meanwhile, Babafemi Ojudu, a special adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari on political matters, has told campaigners of the Bring Back Our Girls (BBOG) group to stay away from the presidential villa because of its many protests.
Speaking on Monday, September 19, Ojudu, a veteran journalist, hinted that the BBOG would never be allowed near Aso Rock again because it has made its protests look like President Buhari detained the Chibok girls.