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Presidency appoints 12-man committee to probe abduction of Dapchi girls

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The Federal Government has set up a 12-member committee to unravel the circumstances surrounding the abduction of 110 students of the Government Girls Science and Technical College (GGSTC) in Dapchi, Yobe State, following the attack on the school by insurgents on 19 Feb. 2018.

The committee was convened by the National Security Adviser (NSA), Maj.-Gen. Babagana Monguno (rtd), according to a statement issued in Abuja on Tuesday by the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji
Lai Mohammed.

The Committee, which will be chaired by a military officer of the rank of Major-General, comprises one senior Provost each from the Nigerian Army, the Nigerian Navy and the Nigerian Air Force; representatives of the National Intelligence Agency (NIA); Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA); Nigeria Police Force (NPF); Department of State Services (DSS); Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC); two representatives of the Yobe State Government and a representative of the Office of the National Security Adviser.

The panel, which is expected to submit its report by 15 March 2018, is also saddled with recommending measures to prevent future occurrence. The Committee will be inaugurated on Wednesday.

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  1. That’s Good approach to the issue and we prayed for Allah SWT to give our Security personnel Strength and protection in discharging their duties. We also hope that it will not take too much time in rescuing these girls from the hands of the So called Islamic Terrorists. Qick and effective measures are what the citizens of this great Nation needed in order to avoid the repeat of 2014 Chibok Girls abduction which brought I’ll and negative consequences to the nation stability all as result of their(Girls) long captivity in the hands of the insurgents.
    Longlive Nigerians
    Longlive Federal Republic of Nigeria.

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