Vice president, Yemi Osinbajo has confirmed that there is further negotiation going for the release of the remaining chibok schoolgirls still in the custody of boko haram militants.
Speaking during an interaction with journalists and actvists at the state House Abuja on Tuesday night, expressed hope that the dialogue will yield positive result.
He added that progress has been made in the negotiations, but cited the emergence of two factions in the Boko Haram camp, as reason for the seeming difficulty in securing the release of the girls.
The renewed commitment is coming as the Bring Back Our Girls campaign group began a week-long series of activities to commemorate the third year since the abduction of the school girls.
The group’s convener, Oby Ezekwesili, had accused the Federal Government of complacency and maintaining what was termed a definite silence about the search of the remaining 195 missing Chibok school girls.
She therefore urged President Muhammadu Buhari to fulfill his promise and responsibility by ensuring the speedy return of the girls.