In a report during the early hours of Friday, 27th May 2016, President Muhammadu Buhari made it clear during a statement that his government was resolute in its commitment and efforts at rescuing all the missing Chibok Girls, just as he vowed to crush the Boko Haram terrorists. According to him, he would ensure that no Nigerian was put through the brutality of abduction, violence in whatever form or forced marriage, even as he challenged all stakeholders to rise up and take a decisive action to stem what he termed, the unacceptable cases of violence and intimidation against Nigeria children. Speaking in Abuja to mark 2016 National Children’s Day Celebration, President Buhari said, “Challenges posed by the total breakdown of societal values and the current unrestricted social media vices, which therefore, calls for an urgent need for all stakeholders to put all hands on deck in making conscious efforts at raising awareness of parents, family, communities at all levels, on the critical role of protecting the children against all forms of violence, abuse and exploitation including abduction of children, forced and early marriage. “As I said when I received Amina Ali Nkeki, the rescued Chibok girl, our determination and commitment to the protection of our Children is unshaken, this Government is resolute in our efforts at rescuing all the missing Chibok Girls, the recent rescue of Amina Ali Nkeki and Sarah Luka by our gallant Soldiers and the Civilian JTF is a testimony to our unwavering resolve at defeating Boko Haram terrorists. No Nigerian should be put through the brutality of abduction, violence in whatever form or forced marriage. Every girl has a right to education and their choice of life. “Government is committed to promoting and protecting Rights of every citizen including Children. This is because it is our primary responsibility as enshrined in the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and the Child Rights Act 2007.