The BringBackOurGirls Campaign team has issued a 48-hour ultimatum to President Goodluck Jonathan to respond to their letter demanding answers to questions raised by the abduction of over 200 Chibok schoolgirls.
The group stated that if the president failed to respond to its letter, it would stage a mega protest on Tuesday.
Speaking during the usual everyday 3pm village square meeting, the former Education Minister, stated that the group would in the meantime, mobilise people from all the states as it awaited response from the president.
“We are still waiting for the response from the presidency as to the letter we have written for a meeting with him and we are still going to continue follow up. And then we will let you know as soon as we get a feedback from him,” she said.
She also disclosed that the group would be paying a visit to the Chibok community by next week so as to sympathise with them and show them that Nigerians were all rallying around them until the abducted girls were released.
Also speaking, the head of mobilisation of the group, Jibrin Jibom also emphasised the need for the group to prepare a Citizen Chartered of Demand on not only what should be done in rescuing the girls, but how to correct nonperformance of the whole system of government.
He stated that it was high time the president stopped listening to people around him, who did not have the good of the country at heart.
The group, which debated about meeting constantly to discuss on new development about the abducted girls, agreed that there was no sacrifice too small for the girls and would meet everyday until the girls were released.