A former prime minister of the United Kingdom, Gordon Brown, has called on the Federal Government and negotiators not to give up until all the abducted Chibok schoolgirls are freed.
 
Gordon Brown, who is a United Nations Special Envoy for Global Education, said this  in reaction to the release of 21 of the abducted girls.
 
He said although the release of the 21 girls “is a huge relief”, the development leads to questions about the other girls.
 
He also expressed concern about how the girls would be reintegrated into the society. 

meanwhile the governor of borno state kashim shettima has
Hailed the development, the governor says the release has proved president muhammadu buhari’s sincerity in ending the boko haram insurgency.

Also a member of the Bring Back Our Girls in Lagos, Laila Mathew-Daniel has called on the government to immediately take steps to rehabilitate the released girls.
 
 She said that the girls had gone through so much abuse and that a combination of psychological and emotional rehabilitation will help them reintegrate with their kith and kin.