President Buhari also said that the senseless bombing of worship centers like churches and mosques that was rampant before his administration came into force, adding that his government has explored various strategies including regional and worldwide collaborations to exterminate terror.
Buhari is touring areas hit by security problems and this week will visit the state where the schoolgirls were abducted, the statement said. Next are Zamfara and Rivers.
"While we welcome the visit of President Buhari to affected states, we encourage the government and all stakeholders to engage decisively in order to promote a constructive dialogue with the aim of finding viable solutions and sustainable economic policies that would permit all to live in peace, whatever their ethnicity or religion".
The group during a rally on Wednesday, March 13, said it will commence legal action should the FG fail to respond to 14 questions thrown to it by the BBOG.
In his remarks, Governor Ibrahim Geidam of Yobe State commended the President for making Yobe and the Northeast safer and expressed the appreciation of the people of the state for the steps being taken by the Federal government to bring back their girls.
Boko Haram Kidnappings: Will Buhari bring back Dapchi Girls?
"I want to reiterate our resolved to negotiate for the unconditional release of the girls".
When the Chibok Girls were kidnapped, the Jonathan administration did not "look the other way" as President Buhari claims and historical records prove this.
Some of the Chibok girls have been freed, after ransom payments, according to security source, but around 100 are still being held.
Buhari based his conviction on recent successes recorded by the administration in rescuing Boko Haram hostages and the backing of the global community.
Parents of abducted Dapchi school girls in Yobe State, yesterday lauded President Muhammadu Buhari for considering the option of negotiation against use of military force to rescue the girls.
That marked a shift from past statements when he had said Boko Haram had been totally defeated.