President Muhammad Buahri has finally decided to visit Yobe State.

This decision comes weeks after suspected Boko Haram militants attacked all-girls school in the town of Dapchi stealing 110 teengage girls.

The President and his government had been criticized for not visiting the town and other places that have witnessed violent crimes in the recent past.

But the presidency has now confirmed through Twitter feed from @NGRPresident on Monday.

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“In view of recent terrorist attacks, criminal activities and communal clashes in some States leading to tragic loss of lives and kidnapping of 110 schoolgirls, Pres @MBuhari immediately tasked the Armed Forces and other Security agencies to compile comprehensive reports.

“Having received and studied the Reports, the President has decided to undertake an on-the-spot assessment of the various occurrences and to meet and console the communities affected. From today, March 5, he will visit Taraba, & subsequently Benue, Yobe, Zamfara & Rivers States,” the tweet said.

The tweet, however did not say specifically whether he would visit Dapchi, where the girls were taken on February 19.

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