Abducted Nigerian girls spark protests across country
NIGERIA – The abduction of over 200 Nigerian schoolgirls has inspired a social media campaign under the banner #bringourgirlsback
The campaign is aimed at raising awareness about the missing girls, who have not been seen in weeks.
The girls were abducted from their school during a night raid by suspected extremists.
They were allegedly rounded up onto large trucks, but some managed to escape en route.
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— GIDITRAFFIC (@Gidi_Traffic) May 2, 2014
The scariest part of all this is dt The people who CAN do something are utterly clueless as to their responsibilities.. #BringBackOurGirls
— IG @RUBYS_SIGNATURE (@TheJennyFurr) May 2, 2014
Lord let the cries of those innocent kidnapped girls reach ur throne of mercy rescue them from d hands of these evil men #BringBackOurGirls
— funkysoft (@funkysoft) May 2, 2014
— Babani Mashio Jnr (@wammeez) May 2, 2014
All I need is one of this celebrities or influential individuals to pay attention. #BringBackOurGirls
— SincerlyKing (@SincerlyKING) May 2, 2014
— AfricanPhotographers (@AfricanPhotogs) May 2, 2014
The state of boko haram's security intelligence is overwhelming and depressing simultaneously. Government, find and #BringBackOurGirls NOW!
— STER Initiative (@AyodejiOsowobi) May 2, 2014
17 days. 408 hours. 24480 minutes. 1468800 seconds. 1836000 heartbeats. And our girls are still 'missing'. #BringBackOurGirls
— Herbeebertii :* (@Teemah_Jb) May 2, 2014