Former CNN journalist Isha Sesay's book Beneath the Tamarind Tree which is about the abduction of the Chibok schoolgirls in 2014, has been described by the government as a "misrepresentation that risks a negative judgment of history". The abduction of the 276 girls by Boko Haram sparked a global outcry and gave rise to the #BringBackOurGirls campaign. Some have been rescued, but the government says 110 still remain captive.
Chibok Girls - Presidency Reacts to Sesay's Book, Commits to Release Others
Vanguard, 15 July 2019
The Presidency has welcomed with reservations a new book, titled "Beneath The Tamarind Tree", written about the kidnapping of 270 Chibok school girls, by Isha Sesay, the ex-CNN… Read more »
Presidency Faults Isha Sesay's Book On Chibok Girls
Leadership, 16 July 2019
The Presidency has reiterated the government's unwavering determination to secure the release, by peace or by force, of the remaining 110 Chibok girls, Ms Leah Sharibu and all… Read more »
Nigeria Reacts As Reporter Isha Sesay Releases Book On Chibok Girls
Premium Times, 16 July 2019
The Nigerian Presidency has welcomed with reservations a new book titled "Beneath The Tamarind Tree", written about the kidnapping of 270 Chibok school girls, by Isha Sesay, the… Read more »
We Haven't Given Up On Leah Sharibu, Chibok Girls - Presidency
This Day, 15 July 2019
The presidency Monday night in Abuja reacted to the conclusion drawn by CNN journalist, Isha Sesay, in her book that the Federal Government of Nigeria had abandoned Leah Sharibu… Read more »
Five years ago #BringBackOurGirls captivated people around the world after 276 Nigerian schoolgirls from Chibok were kidnapped by terrorist group Boko Haram. But while the ... Read more »
President Muhammadu Buhari has pledged that his government would not rest until the remaining Chibok girls kidnapped by Boko Haram terrorists in April 2014 are safely reunited with ... Read more »
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari and his Swiss counterpart Alain Berset met in Katowice, Poland, where new strategies were mapped out for the release of the remaining Chibok ... Read more »
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