The Minister of Information and Culture Alhaji Lai Mohammed, Sunday, in Abuja joined the recently released 21 Chibok Girls by the Boko Haram terror group at a thanksgiving service.
The girls, from a video posted by Ladi Vera Cruz and shared on his the Facebook page and that the Special Adviser (Media) to the Minister of Information and Culturre, Segun Adeyemi show happy and excited girls.
They sing Christian praise songs mostly in Hausa language. From the video, the girls may have adjusted fast to their new environment after over 900 hundred days in captivity.
The 21 Chibok girls were released late last week after a series of negotiations between the Federal Government, Switzerland, Red Cross as well as Boko Haram sect.
Release of the 21 girls has bouyed the confidence of the APC-led Government that the remaining girls in captivity will be returned alive.
The Sunday Thanksgiving service was organized at the released Chibok Girls’ holding facility in Abuja. The event was attended by parents of all the girls as well as family members and other well wishers.
The President of Ekklisiyar Yan’uwa A Nigeria, EYN (Church of the Brethren in Nigeria), the biggest church in Chibok, Rev. Samuel Dali was part of the service.