Head of the ‘Bring Back Our Girls’ campaign in Lagos, Mrs Aisha Mohammed-Oyebode, has asked the Nigerian government to redefine its strategy in its efforts to rescue the abducted Chibok girls.
Mrs Aisha in an interview with Channels Television on Tuesday stressed that the new strategy should be put in place with adequate consideration of every lead.
“We need to redefine our strategy. I think it’s very important to have a clear tactic now, but more importantly I think communication is very important,” she stated.
Mrs Aisha further urged the military to always take note of important leads as they come.
“The reality is that the video and even the rescue of Amina Nkeki, earlier in the year, are all leads and every time we get leads like that, it is very important that we follow them.
“We must put all our resources and power behind it to make sure that we find those girls,” she opined.
Although Mrs Aisha admitted that rescuing the girls was a difficult task, she advised that the military and the government should maximise every given opportunity.
“I know it’s a very difficult operation and I think we would want all the girls to come back to us alive.
“All of them, or as many as possible, but at the same time, every opportunity must be maximised such that as soon as it is possible and practicable, we can bring these girls back home,” the Bring Back Our Girls campaign group member said.