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‘Boko Haram Not Defeated Until Chibok Girls Are Found’ – NUTWN
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The National Union of Textiles
Garment and Tailoring Workers of
Nigeria (NUTWN) has stated that the
Federal Government cannot claim to
have ended Boko Haram insurgency
until the Chibok school girls abducted
two years ago are found and freed.


Speaking to pressmen on Thursday
in Kaduna, at a conference to mark
the two years anniversary of the
abduction of the girls, the national
president of the union, Comrade
John Adaji, noted that the
abduction of the girls left the
country with a big injury yet to be
healed.

He said:-

“We hear good news of how the
insurgents have been dislodged
by soldiers. Check points have
disappeared and we hardly hear
of bomb blasts. But we cannot
celebrate when our girls
kidnapped in Chibok are still
missing. To me, insurgency ends
when the girls are found.”

Speaking also, the General
Secretary, Comrade Issa Aremu,
said 17 parents of the victims have
reportedly died, following the
trauma of their missing daughters.
Aremu, who was represented by his
Deputy National Secretary,
Comrade Dele Ojo, noted that
“those who abducted the 219 girls
have criminally kidnapped the
communities of future leaders.

“We must join forces with the
forces of progress and
development worldwide to rescue
our beloved girls.”

“Global terrorism is making the
world of work more precarious.

“Thousands of workers in
Nigeria, France, Belgium, Syria
and Iraq have been abducted and
killed by terrorists, who see
defenceless workers as soft
targets.

“The International Labour
Organisation (ILO) must,
therefore, redouble efforts with
other international agencies to
rid the world of terror. Social
dialogue and negotiated
settlements are tested ILO’s
mechanisms for resolving social
conflicts, not senseless violence in
which innocent Chibok girls are
victims. Nothing justifies criminal
abductions.

“Chibok girls are missing, but
they are not forgotten until they
are rescued.”
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