President Goodluck Jonathan is Currently in a meeting for the very first time with parents of the abducted secondary school girls in Chibok.
It’s been 100 day since the girls were abducted by the Boko Haram islamic sect in the north of the country.
He has been under intense pressure ever since to meet the parents after being accused of handing the crisis badly.
Parents pulled out of a meeting with him last week amid accusations they were being used for political reasons.
It has also been reported that 11 of the parents of the abducted girls have died since their abduction by the Boko Haram group in April 2014.
Seven parents were killed during a raid by Boko Haram on Kautakari, a village close to Chibok, earlier this month, the Associated Press (AP) quotes a health worker as saying.
Another four parents have died of heart failure, high blood pressure and other illnesses blamed on the trauma
caused by the abductions, Chibok community leader said.
The abduction of the more than 200 schoolgirls sparked global outrage.
And efforts made to reunite and conquer the group havent paid off.
Boko Haram at some points has offered to free the girls in exchange for the release of its fighters and relatives held by the security forces in which the government didn’t obliged to.
The US, UK, France, China and Israel have also been helping in operations to secure the release of the girls, who are believed to be held in the Sambisa forest.