Abuja - The Federal Government said on Monday that it had identified a number of leads that would help in rescuing the over 200 school girls abducted by insurgents over two months ago.
Mike Omeri, Coordinator, National Information Centre, stated this in Abuja while fielding questions from newsmen at the centre.
"We are moving closer to finding them (kidnapped girls); at least we have identified a number of leads in the course of this exercise (military operations).
"And this is what leads to the arrest of the chief of intelligence of Boko Haram and some of their female recruiters, Omer said.
He said government was working assiduously to rescue the girls unharmed.
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