Monday, 5 May 2014



This was trending on Twitter about an hour ago

The names of some of the abducted girls are in the pix above

"There can be no keener revelation of a society's soul than the way in which it treats its children." - Nelson Mandela

Protests worldwide are been staged to ensure the release of the girls abducted in Northern Nigeria about two weeks ago.

Boko Haram insurgents, who want to create an Islamic state in Nigeria, had stormed a secondary school in the village of Chibok in the north-east of the Nigeria on 14 April and took the girls away in lorries.

On Sunday, Nigerian authorities arrested one of the leaders of a protest, Naomi Mutah Nyadar, calling on them to do more to find the girls (more than 200 ) abducted by Islamist rebels-

The arrest was apparently on the orders of the wife of the Nigerian President, Patience Jonathan

( unconfirmed reports say that the arrested woman has been released today, Monday, the 5th of May)

The First Lady didn't deem it fit to comment on this matter until very recently when there was worldwide interest. She had met with women from the community involved. The meeting was a travesty and a mockery of her Office ( a Travashamockery )

In a televised media chat late on Sunday, President Jonathan pledged that the girls would soon be found and released, but he admitted he had no idea where they were. *smh*


( When will this lot stop embarrassing Nigerians? )

Bringing this ineptitude of a nation to the attention of the world can only be a good thing. Hopefully, the clueless government will accept help from developed countries in rescuing these poor girls

Bring Back Our Girls


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