The Federal Government has invited parents of the 82 released Chibok girls to Abuja to meet with their daughters on Friday May 19th.
The 82 Chibok school girls who were released on May 6th after they were swapped with some Boko Haram commanders have been in Abuja since May 7th. They are currently undergoing a reorientation programme.
Chairman, Chibok Community in Abuja Hosea Tsambido, said this in an interview.
Tsambido stated, “Many of the parents have identified their children through the photos and I was told that they are coming on Friday.”
Leaders of the Chibok community met with the Federal government last week and they were handed photographs of the released Chibok girls for proper identification..
After their parents identified the girls, they were then asked to come to Abuja on Friday to meet with them.