The Chairman, Parents Association of the Dapchi Girls, Bashir Manzo, on Wednesday said the parents were happy over the release of their daughters.
Manzo disclosed to newsmen that they were currently taking head count of the girls, adding most of them had returned to their homes.
Similarly, Maina Musa and Ayuba Alamson, parents of abducted Chibok school girls, expressed joy over the development.
They, however, tasked the government to secure the release of the remaining school girls in insurgents’ captivity.
“It is disheartening on our part to see that our remaining children are still languishing in the hands of Boko Haram insurgents in the past four years,” Alamson said.
Alamson noted that over 100 Chibok girls were in Boko Haram captivity since 2014.
He called on the international community to support the Federal Government secure release of the girls and others still in captivity.
Representatives of the Chibok Parents Association had this morning paid a solidarity visit to Dapchi, to rejoice with the affected families.