The National Assembly on Thursday called on the Federal Government to intensify effort at rescuing the over 200 abducted Chibok schoolgirls since two years ago.
The federal lawmakers also used the occasion to commend the bring back our girls group for their doggedness in the campaign for the release of the girls.
Meanwhile Federal Government delegation visited Chibok on Thursday, reassuring that it will continue to strive hard to find the 219 missing students of the Government Secondary School Chibok who were abducted on April 14, 2014 by suspected insurgent.
Hajiya Amina Muhammad, the Minister of Environment said this while speaking at the 2nd year anniversary of the abduction of the girls in Chibok headquarters of Chibok Local Government Area of Borno.
Muhammad led a delegation consisting of two other ministers and two ministers to the event.
'It is with heavy heart that we visit today. We visit today because it is not for want of efforts that your children,our children have not been found.
"We had prayed that we will bring good news to you now, but the only news that we are bringing to you is our continuous commitment to bring back those daughters to their families and their communities," she said.