Demonstrators have held a prayer session in the capital city of Abuja to mark the one year anniversary of the missing schoolgirls, yet calling for the rescue of over 200 girls abducted in Chibok, Nigeria.
In a culminated series of event staged throughout the week to draw attention to what organisers argued was the utter reluctance by the government to do anything.
The Bring Back Our Girls has had international support including that of Michelle Obama but so far with little to show for it.
If we recall, 276 girls were reported abducted in Chibok on April 14, by the dreaded and deadly Boko Haram group when they raided their school. More than 50 eventually escaped but 219 remain in captivity.
Boko Haram which is against Western education is said to have enslaved the girls and subjected them to sexual violence while forcing them to convert to Islam.