Abuja - A child focus organisation, Plan International has welcomed the news that one of the missing 219 Chibok schoolgirls had been rescued while also calling for sustained efforts to rescue all of the abducted girls, Vanguard reports.
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In a statement by Plan International Nigeria, Country Director, Hussaini Abdu, commended the government security forces for the efforts leading to the rescue of Amina Ali Nkeki.
Abdu also called for sustained efforts to ensure the safe return of the remaining abducted schoolgirls.
He also urged the international community to keep supporting Nigeria in its efforts to eradicate Boko Haram and to bring peace to the country's North-East.
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- News 24