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LONDON #BRINGBACKOURGIRLS PROTEST

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Over a thousand people, made up of different nationalities (Africans, Caribbeans, Europeans, Indians, Chinese, celebrities all based in the UK, at the weekend gathered together in front of the Nigerian High Commission office in London to show their anger and displeasure as a collective concerning the plight of the abducted 200 plus girls in Chibok, in Borno State. 

The gathering was also to show support for the #bringbackourgirls campaign which has gained a lot of support from all the different parts of the world. 


Top TV stations in the UK, the likes of the BBC, ITV & Channel 4 covered the protest live.

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  • Every time I come accross these protest pictures, I can't help but imagine what will become of Nigeria if indeed #nogirlsaremissing. We were made to believe that the abducted girls are raped 15times a day! The girls in the video BH released recently don't look like people going through that kind of trauma.

    Why hasent the parents of the girls released the photos of their missing daughters so we can atleast identify them in the video? Or they (the parents) identify their kids themselves!

    Everybody registers for WAEC with a passport among other things (atleast I did) why hasn't WAEC released their passport photographs since they were kind enough to release their names.
    There are so many inconsistencies in this story.