JUST IN: Decade after Chibok Tragedy, United States Stands with Nigeria, Assures Victims’ Families of Support

The United States has reiterated its stance on the fight by Nigeria against terror attacks, as the abducted Chibok school girls’ incident marks 10 years, saying, the United States stands with Nigeria.

The US in a statement made available to Africa Health Report, expressed commitment and support to the efforts being made by Nigeria to fight terrorism.

In the statement issued by the United States Diplomatic Mission, Public Diplomacy Section, with the title, The United States Stands with Nigeria: A Decade After the Chibok Tragedy, the country said categorically it “remains committed to supporting Nigeria’s efforts to combat terrorism and protect its citizens”.

The US assures, “We continue to support the Nigerian government’s ongoing efforts to make Nigeria more secure, to hold perpetrators of attacks accountable, and to ensure the safety and well-being of all its citizens.

“The partnership between the United States and Nigeria is built on a foundation of shared values and common goals.  We will continue to work together to promote peace, security, and stability in the region, and to support initiatives that foster education, economic growth, and human rights.

“As we mark one decade since this terrible act, we reaffirm our support for the survivors, their families, and all those affected by terrorism.  The United States stands with Nigeria in its fight against extremism and its commitment to creating a safer, more prosperous future for all its people”.

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