The Muslim Sister Organisation, a preasure group for the advancement of muslim women in Nigeria has canvassed the return of the remaining Chibok girls held in captivity by Boko Haram.
The group also called for proper rehabilitation of those in IDP camps by provision of security, food, education, permanent shelter and other necessary materials.
In a communique of the organisation released after its national conference held in Sokoto, it expressed the need for muslims in the country to pay more attention to the plight of IDPs, especially women and orphans.
MSO strongly called on the Federal Government to carry out thorough investigation on the whereabout of the funds meant for the IDPs donated by international community and Bodies.
It urged the Federal and state governments to block all outlets through which illicit drugs are brought into the country.
While calling on parents to keep an eye on their children and watch out for misuse of mobile phones in different dimension, the group said more positive use of cell phones should be the concern of parents, teachers and educational system.
According to the communique, high rate of divorce could be reduced through dialogue among affected couples, quality education, skill acquisition, empoweremerment and entrepreneourship.
“MSO is calling for more advocacies by parents, clerics and teachers in preaching against and control of films which have negative influence and are being watched in homes, and negative use of social media among youths”, the communique further stated.