Abuja - The country’s Service Chiefs are on
Wednesday scheduled to appear before Senate to brief the lawmakers on efforts
been put in place to rescue school girls Boko Haram abducted at Chibok
Government Secondary School two years ago.
The National Security Adviser (NSA), Babagana Monguno, is
also set to appear.
Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, disclosed the
development at the Plenary on Tuesday.
“The Service Chiefs will appear by 1pm on Wednesday to brief
the Senate on the efforts made to rescue the Chibok girls,” said Ekweremadu.
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“All Senators should be around early to appraise themselves
with the brief of the service chief,” Ekweremadu added.
Last week, the Senate summoned the Security Chief to brief
them on their effort to rescue the girls.
Efforts to rescue the more than 200 girls have been
unsuccessful thus far.
- CAJ News