Michelle Obama Joins Bring Back Our Girls Protest

United States First Lady, Michelle Obama has showed her support to
#BringBackOurGirls campaign.
Mrs. Obama joined other people around the world to kick against the
recent abduction of over 200 girls in Chibok area of Borno state
recently.
A picture showing the First Lady displaying a placard with the
inscription, BringBackOurGirls went viral online yesterday.
On Twitter, she signed it “-mo,” which means it was approved by
FLOTUS herself. Continue reading

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Boko Haram Plans To Exchange Chibok Girls For Jailed Comrades

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The brazenness of the kidnap has shocked
Nigerians, who have been growing accustomed
to hearing about atrocities in the five-year-old
Islamist insurgency in the north
Cameroon denies buying and
harbouring Chibok schoolgirls
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Asari Dokubo says Chibok girls are
not missing, calls it a scam
Ex-militant leader, Asari Dokubo
provides a new twist to the
abduction of the 234 Chibok school
girls. Dokubo has joined the small,
but vocal set of …
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Suspected Boko Haram insurgents on
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linking Nigeria with Cameroon killing
30 people in the process. The
bombing occurred on the …
Boko Haram Plans To Exchange
Chibok Girls For Jailed Comrades
234 schoolgirls kidnapped in Nigeria
by Islamist militants could be
released in exchange for jailed
comrades, a former Boko Haram
negotiator has reportedly said. The
group …
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buying and harbouring
Chibok schoolgirls
Cameroon has refuted
allegations that some of the more than 200
missing Nigerian schoolgirls have been sold for
marriage within its borders. Boko Haram’s
leader …
Some Nigerian
Musicians Do Not Have
Any Feelings Toward
The Abducted Children
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In a 57-minutes-long video posted on
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Michelle Obama Joins
#BringBackOurGirls
Protest
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Michelle Obama has showed her support to
#BringBackOurGirls campaign. Mrs. Obama
joined other people around the world to kick
against the recent …
Britain joins search for
kidnapped girls
Britain will send a small
team of experts to
Nigeria to help respond to the kidnap of more
than 200 girls, a Downing Street spokesman …
Nigerian police offers
$300,000 reward for
information on
abducted girls
Nigerian police offered a $300,000 reward on
Wednesday for information leading to the
rescue of more than 200 schoolgirls abducted
by Islamist rebels. The mass kidnapping …
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Boko Haram
Plans To
Exchange Chibok
Girls For Jailed
Comrades
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234 schoolgirls kidnapped in Nigeria by
Islamist militants could be released in
exchange for jailed comrades, a former Boko
Haram negotiator has reportedly said.
The group snatched the girls from their
boarding school in Chibok in the lawless Borno
region in the north of the country.
A former mediator of the group has told the
Telegraph he believes the video, where Boko
Haram leader Abubakar Shekau threatens to
sell the girls as slaves, shows he plans to use
them as ‘bargaining chips’ rather than kill
them.
Shehu Sani says he believes that the footage,
released on Monday, was an attempt to
persuade the Nigerian government into a
prisoner trade.
He told the newspaper: ‘From my knowledge of
the group, to have him saying that he will sell
them is proof that this issue can be resolved.
‘The group is most likely to want to attach
some kind of conditions to the girls being
released, such as the freeing of some of their
own prisoners.

Britain and US join the race to find 200 schoolgirls kidnapped in Nigeria who are set to be sold as sex slaves

Both Britain and America are to help in the search for over 200
kidnapped schoolgirls in Nigeria who are set to be sold as sex slaves.
British Foreign Minister William Hague confirmed that Britain would
provide ‘practical help’ to secure the safe release of the 270 girls who
were snatched by an Islamist militant group last month.
The United States have also called in the FBI to join the race to find
the girls, who were taken during a raid in the village of Chibok in the
north east of the country.
It is thought that the extremist group Boko Haram is behind the
kidnapping, with the head of the group saying he would sell them on
the market. Continue reading

Boko Haram kills 300 and abducts 11 more girls in Borno

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In another daring operation, members of the terrorist Islamic sect,
Boko Haram, on Monday night killed about 300 people in Gamboru
Ngala, Borno State. Gamboru Ngala is a border town with Cameroon.
The Boko Haram insurgents also abducted 11 more girls in Warabe and
Wala communities in the Chibok Local Government Area of Borno State
late on Monday.
The insurgents reportedly drove into Gamboru Ngala in armoured
vehicles. Continue reading

(Exclusive) Some Nigerian Musicians Do Not Have Any Feelings For The Abducted Children…..African China

African China has tongue lashed some Nigerian artistes for being
hypocrites about the ongoing crises of the abducted girls by the
dreaded insurgents in the country.
According to him, the song ‘Boko Haram,’ would have not just been
African China alone, but a collaboration of various Nigerian artistes.
The artiste stated that he approached some of his fellow artistes for
collaboration about the song which they accepted, but later turned
him down during production. Continue reading