The Chibok girls were kidnapped April 14, 2014 and now we have 106 of them back, although it took very long to have those girls back, we are still glad that they are back. One can only imagine the horror those girls must have gone through, therefore, the safety and security of those girls is naturally supposed to be the utmost priority of the government. The Federal government has decided to enroll these girls in universities, which I think is a good thing, but I do not understand why it has to be private universities, that cost more than one million naira per child.
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