The minister has reacted to the latest video of alleged Chibok girls, saying that the government was in touch with those behind the video.
This is contained in a statement issued on Sunday in Abuja by Mr Segun Adeyemi, the Special Adviser to the Minister.
The minister, who was reacting to the latest video of some of the girls, said that the government was in touch with those purportedly behind the video.
''We are on top of the situation. But we are being extremely careful because the situation has been compounded by the split in the leadership of Boko Haram.
"We are also being guided by the need to ensure the safety of the girls.
''Since this is not the first time we have been contacted over the issue, we want to be doubly sure that those we are in touch with are who they claim to be,'' he said.
Mohammed expressed the hope that the latest development will signal the beginning of the end of the nightmare to which the girls, their families and indeed all Nigerians have been subjected since the unfortunate abduction.