"He (Mustapha) had dealt with them (Boko Haram) in the past and they keep to their word", Garba Shehu, Buhari's spokesman told novelist and writer Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani.
What do their faces express?
On May 6, 2017, the deadly Boko Haram sect released 82 kidnapped Chibok girls to the Federal Government of Nigeria.
But what lies ahead for the girls after the reunion remains unclear, especially if one looks for clues amid conflicting reports about the status of the 21 Chibok girls who were released by Boko Haram last October and three others who regained their freedom previous year.
The young women are dressed in polo shirts of different colors - it is an official ceremony and the President must be impressed. "As a mediator, it is not part of my mandate to force them (to return home)", he added. "We want them to accept Islam", she said, as reported by Al Jazeera.
However, the girl suicide bomber was among three suspects arrested by the military when they allegedly came for a suicide mission at a military facility in Jakana in Maiduguri.
"I'm very anxious to meet her so I can celebrate with her and others that were freed, and also to pray for the remaining ones who are still missing so they can be rescued", Ishaya told The Associated Press.
Peter's sister Elizabeth is still being held by Boko Haram.
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"There is fear that a lot of them have developed Stockholm syndrome for their captors", Matfess said.
When they were released in October 2016, she was chosen by Boko Haram to read out the names of the other 20 women from a list.
"There is a lot of speculation about the centrality of these commanders to Boko Haram's tactics and to its operations, but no further information has been released", said Hilary Matfess, senior program officer at the Center for Democracy and Development in Abuja. "That's very important for the children to know they truly have been rescued".
When asked about the sponsorship of the trip, Tsambido said, "I don't know".
"Everyone in Chibok-not only the biological parents-everybody is rejoicing because of this", he said.
Providing more insight, it said the girls were undergoing a nine-month reintegration and rehabilitation programmes comprising psychological counselling and care, remedial education, vocational training (skills like catering and tailoring) as well as sports and recreation (football and handball).
The terrorist group recently released a video showing a girl dressed in a veil and holding a gun.
Two hundred and seventy six students of the school in Chibok were abducted on April 14, 2014, sparking a global outcry and push for their rescue and return to their parents.
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