FG not doing enough, says Ezekwesili
Former World Bank Vice President for Africa, Dr. Oby Ezekwesili, has said she is not convinced that the Federal Government is doing enough to bring back schoolgirls abducted by terrorists from a secondary school in Chibok, Borno State.
Ezekwesili, who spoke on the programme 'Face The Nation', broadcast on RockCity 101.9 FM in Abeokuta, Ogun State, said the initial 24 hours after the adoption was very critical and since government drag-footed and wasted time, doubting if the abduction was real or not, the kidnappers settled down to re-strategise.
She said: 'I am not yet persuaded that our strategy is top range. We had meetings with the NSA's office, with the Chief of Defence Staff's office and there were many of the generals in attendance. Later, we met the delegation of the president. In all of these, I am not yet persuaded that we, as a country, are asking the right questions on what's going on. My greatest sadness is how there is a whole political context within which a scourge that threatens the existence of our country is being looked at. For me, that is shocking.'