Igbo Delegates Assembly, IDA, in the 19 northern states and Abuja have called for the unconditional release of the over 250 Chibok Secondary School girls abducted since April 14, 2014 by the Boko Haram sect.
The union which says it is in full support of a corporate and peaceful Nigeria also called on the Federal Government to use all possible means to secure the lives of the girls unharmed.
The assembly stated this in a communiqué made available to newsmen after a crucial meeting held in Lokoja,
Kogi State and signed by Chief Damian Inyamah, the President-General, Chief Ben Ngwakwe, Acting Secretary-General and other executives of the association.
The body strongly condemned the spate of bombings in some northern parts of the country such as Nyanya, Kano, Borno and Jos and urged the Federal Government to seriously beef-up security in all parts of the country in order to avert further occurrences.