The Bring Back Our Girls (BBOG) group on Thursday marched through the streets of Abuja to demand the rescue of the missing Chibok school girls.
The BBOG group, alongside at least 115 parents of the abducted girls, took to the streets of the Federal Capital Territory on Thursday requesting that concerted efforts be made in the liberation of the girls. More after the cut….
The emotional parents said they were not pleased that their children have not been rescued even after meeting with President Buhari on June 8, 2015. One of the parents of the girls collapsed during the walk and was rushed to a nearest hospital for medication.
One of the conveners of the BBOG, Dr. Oby Ezekwesili, asked the Federal Government to do what it can to ensure that the girls were rescued. According to her, “this particular administration must be seen to exhaust every measure possible,” and urged President Buhari to convince the parents of the missing girls that a ‘fierce urgency’ would be the basis of all measures to rescue the girls.