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As Nigerians continue to demand the release of the abducted girls by terror group, Boko Haram from Federal Government Girls College, Chibok Borno State.
Nigeria’s President Goodluk Jonathan has set up a committee to ascertain the nature of the captured school girls.
The Minister of Information, Labaran Maku flanked by the spokesmen of the Defence, Police and State Security Service (SSS), at the end of the security meeting spoke to State House correspondents .
He said President Goodluck Jonathan Friday set a fact finding committee to find out the true position of things over the girls.
There had been contradictory information between the Defence Headquarters and Borno State government on the number of girls holed up in the enclave of the terror group.
Jonathan had Friday summoned an emergency security meeting to discuss the Thursday bomb blast in Nyannya, as well as the fate of the abducted school girls.
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