1st Afrika Times

Strongly Condemning Abduction of Over 300 Schoolgirls in Nigeria, Secretary-General Calls for Their Immediate Release, Safe Return Home

Nigeria's Zamfara school abduction: More than 300 Nigerian girls missing -  BBC News

The following statement was issued today by the Spokesperson for UN Secretary-General António Guterres:

The Secretary-General strongly condemns the abduction of over 300 girls during an attack today on a secondary school in Zamfara State, Nigeria.

The Secretary-General calls for the immediate and unconditional release of the abducted children and for their safe return to their families.  He reiterates that attacks on schools and other educational facilities constitute a grave violation of the rights of children and human rights more broadly.  He stresses that schools must remain safe spaces for children to learn without fear of violence.

More than 300 Nigerian schoolgirls abducted | Loop Tonga

The Secretary-General urges the Nigerian authorities to spare no efforts in bringing those responsible for this crime to justice.

The Secretary-General reaffirms the solidarity and support of the United Nations to the Government and people of Nigeria in their fight against terrorism, violent extremism and organized crime.

Another 300 schoolgirls kidnapped by militants in northern Nigeria |  CP24.com

Related posts

Investing in The Future: Protecting Refugee Children In The Middle East and North Africa // Investir Dans L’avenir : Protéger Les Enfants Réfugiés Dans Le Moyen-Orient Et L’Afrique Du Nord

Jide Adesina

Crawley Fundraisers Wanted For Fun Run In Ethiopia // Les Collecteurs De fonds Crawley Recherchés Pour Fun Run En Ethiopie

Jide Adesina

Huge Opportunities for Recruitment Across Africa

Jide Adesina

Leave a Comment

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More