Hon Deputy Speaker, I move without notice:
That the House -
1) notes with sadness the recent killing of at least 59 school children in Nigeria's Federal Government College by Boko Haram fighters;
2) further notes that the killers targeted only male children and spared girls at the Federal Government College in Yobe state, which teaches pupils aged 11 to 18;
3) remembers that gunmen attacked at 2am, hurled explosives into residential buildings, sprayed gunfire into rooms and hacked or burned some students to death;
4) recalls that similar killings happened in September 2013 in which 40 children died;
5) acknowledges that Yobe state has been one of the hardest hit areas in Boko Haram's four-and-a-half year uprising, which has killed thousands of people; and
6) conveys its heartfelt condolences to the families of all those who lost their lives and calls upon all the parties who don't see eye to eye to resolve their differences peacefully.