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Dame Jonathan believes that a combination of the contributions of the international community and Nigeria’s committed, loyal and patriotic security forces will further strengthen the search and rescue effort and help to bring the current situation to a happy ending.
She expressed the organisation’s deep appreciation of the support and solidarity that has been extended to the Nigerian government by world leaders and global institutions in the ongoing effort to resolve the challenge of terrorism in Nigeria and ensure the safe return of the innocent girls who were abducted from their school in Chibok, Borno state, on 14 April.
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