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Nigeria won't be able to bring back all kidnapped Chibok girls - ISS

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Cape Town – A continental think tank, the Institute for Security Studies (ISS), has said that the issue of the missing Chibok girls in Nigeria continues to be a litmus test for the President Muhammadu Buhari's government, with the world watching to see whether the 275 girls would be rescued.

Speaking during an interview with News24, ISS's senior researcher Martin Ewi said Buhari's government was under pressure to find a solution. 

"There is no empirical evidence regarding where these girls are. All we have is speculative and very scanty intelligence on where they might be. We also have media reports that cannot be substantive.

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