Desperate parents of the abducted Chibok girls have given up hope on Nigeria government about their missing daughters and have turn to UN to help them find the girls.
Representative advocating for government action on behalf of the parents met with U.N. Women, the head of the U.N. representation in Nigeria, and with officials of the U.N. Office for West Africa last month. The group has also appealed to UNICEF, campaign spokeswoman Bukola Shonibare said.
The parent of the girls have lost all hope over government inability to bring back their missing girls over eight month now.
A presidential spokesman said efforts to free them continue but that details of the missions are too sensitive to publish.