President Muhammadu Buhari has said the rescue of one of the abducted Chibok secondary school girls, Amina Ali Nkeki, has raised the hope of his government that others will be rescued alive from the captivity of Boko Haram.
Buhari who stated this while receiving the girl and her baby at the presidential villa, Abuja, said the presidency would give her the best Medicare, psychological and emotional attention it could afford to reintegrate her back into the society.
He said the girl would be returned to school to continue her education disrupted by terrorists, and assist her in living a normal life, adding that no girl should be put through the brutality of forced marriage.
Every girl, Buhari said has the right to an education and a life.
Amina Ali was flown from Maiduguri to the Presidential Villa, Abuja, accompanied by her mother, governor Kashim Shetimma, and top presidency officials, including the Defence Minister, the National Security Adviser and the Chief of Defence Staff.