To this end, a group of medical experts are currently attending to the girls in Abuja.
In a tweet, Mr. Laolu Akande, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo’s spokesman, said that “FG is now gathering medical and other support and care in Abuja for the just released 21 Chibok girls.”
The girls may also be formerly received later today by the vice president. But Akande told Vanguard on phone that Presidency’s priority was to ensure an improved health status of the girls first having stayed for more than 2 years in Boko Haram dungeon.
“Government wants to make sure that the girls get the best medical attention now. “We will keep you informed of any development”, he said.
It will be recalled that the released 21 girls were among the 219 abducted school girls from Chibok community, Borno State on April 14,2014 by the dreaded Boko Haram sect.