900 Days After Abduction, BBOG Movement Continues To Fight

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The Bring Back Our Girls movement  has stated it will continue to push for the government to rescue them.

On the 14th of April, 2014, about 276 girls were reportedly kidnapped  from the Government Secondary School in the town of Chibok in Borno State.

So many controversies have surrounded the event, including the actual number of girls and the general authenticity of the event. It generated worldwide attention, with international celebrities lending their voices to the cause.

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BBOG to mark 900th day of Chibok kidnapping

It led to the formation of the Bring Back Our Girls movement. The group still remains strong to its cause till today.

The 30th of September would mark the 900th day since the abduction, and group co-ordinators Mrs. Oby Ezekwesili and Hajia Aisha Yusuf plan to hold a press conference.

“Critical areas to be covered during the press conference include a chronicle of events and messages, our body of demands and a formal response to the Federal Government’s Press Briefing of Friday, September 16th, 2016.

“We call on all citizens and our friends in the media, from within Nigeria and across the world, to join us,” they stated in Abuja on Friday evening.



Quo non Ascendam. Writer. E-mail: wana@360nobs.com

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