Oby Ezekwesili, a former minister of Education, has renewed her call for the release of some Chibok and Dapchi girls kidnapped by Boko Haram.
Her demand follows the release of 333 students of Government Science secondary school, Kankara, Katsina State.
Recall the students were kidnapped from their school on Friday.
The Katsina State government, however, confirmed their release on Thursday night.
Welcoming their release, Ezekwesili said Nigeria is not being governed and shows characteristics of a failed state.
On her Twitter page, she wrote, “We rejoice in the freedom of our innocent Kankara Boys! But, Nigeria is not being governed at all now.
“All the characteristics of a Failing State are evident in this country and must be averted by citizens.
The former minister questioning the release of the students wondered why terrorists did not release the 112 Chibok girls and Dapchi girls.
“Where are the remaining 112 Chibok Girls and the only remaining Dapchi girls, Leah Sharibu who is a Prisoner of Faith?
“Buhari should we assume the 344 (a new number from 333) Kankara Boys went on an excursion to terrorists who have out of magnanimity released them to you?
“When will 112 Chibok Girls and Dapchi Girl, Leah Sharibu also be released by terrorists to an irredeemably uncaring Buhari who has for 3 years and two years respectively not considered it worthy of a Leader to engage their parents? When will our Girls come home?