Parents of the released Dapchi schoolgirls and the community said government’s effort would only be successful if the girl still in Boko Haram’s captivity is freed.
TVC News Correspondent Michael Oshomah also reports that the community also held prayer session for the schoolgirls who died.
Speaking with TVC News crew off camera, the aggrieved fathers said they were disappointed that they can’t see the remains of their daughters.
Parents of the daughter who is still in the den of the terrorists appealed to the federal government to do the needful to rescue her daughter.
Members of the Dapchi schoolgirls parents association said the struggle continues until the last girl’s freedom is secured.
Though residents of community are grateful for the large number of girls released but the fact that one of the girls is being held back by the insurgents is a major concern they would not want taken lightly.