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I am very glad that our voices has been heard and awareness has been indeed raised.
So this is the story, On April 15th, over 200 School girls were kidnapped from the Chibok Government Secondary School by B'Haram Terrorists in Nigeria.About 53 of this girls were able to escape the abduction and there stories can place a picture on the abduction in our heads.
I saw on CNN the interview with one of the escapees and she said the men came around 10pm and told them to get into the lorry's.There were about 7 lorry's.she said this to Nima Elbagir,a CNN reporter and I could see fear in the little girl.
B'Haram has claimed responsibility and this is what their leader. "God instructed me to sell them, they are his properties and I will carry out his instructions," he said.
This statement has caused several responses on social media with trending hashtags like #realmendontbuygirls.
B'Haram has released a new video claiming to show the missing Nigerian school girls who were abducted last month, alleging they had converted to Islam and would not be released until all of its prisoners held by Nigeria were freed.
The Silver lining to this is that the girls are together,are in good state and some parents could recognize their kids from the video.

I really pray for this children and that God comforts their family in this hard times.
It is exciting news that people like Anne Hathaway,Angelina Jolie,Michelle Obama and Malala Yousafzai are raising awareness for this course.

This issue of the missing girls has somewhat overshadowed the search for flight MH370.President Goodluck Jonathan has accepted help from the United States, Britain, France, China and Israel, which have sent specialist teams to help in the search effort.
It is about time that our security in Nigeria should be taken seriously for our safety and development.


All we can do is hope,pray and support the families of this missing girls.

People around the world have organized protests in response to a global social media campaign. Have you contributed on social media or offline? Share your thoughts and reactions. Don't suppress your feelings.

With love,
Bibi L'amour💌💋

P.S
Sorry I have been off the radar,I have some juicy posts coming up really soon.

Comments

  1. Bibi darling! You captured the story well...impressed.I like Nima,she actually went to chibok while sesay was in abuja

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  2. I hope they act fast.. and bring back these girls..

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