Several men, ladies and schoolgirls walked in Lagos on Monday (May 12), requesting the arrival of more than 200 schoolgirls that keep on being held by Nigerian Islamist radical gathering Boko Haram.
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The dissenters droned ‘Bring back our young ladies,’ conveyed notices and sang ‘We should succeed’ as they walked through the roads of the capital on what a gathering of ladies activists said might be a 14-day, multi-city challenge building up and finally finishing in a ‘half-naked’ dissent at the site of the kidnappings, if nothing has happened by then.[contextly_auto_sidebar id=”XbT3gG7RPxEQ0orfABwPEzldNc8Jnpsp”] “At the end of 14 days of the across the country challenge, if nothing is carried out, God prohibit, every one of us are going to dissent half-naked inside Chibok, we are going there and we are prepared to set out our lives,” said lady extremist Joei Odumakin.
Different schoolgirls were out challenging in solidarity with the grabbed young ladies, including Gambo Fredous who said all young ladies have a right to instruction.
“Without instruction, you can’t go far in this world, and I don’t know why a few young ladies ought to be denied of that,” she said.
Aggressors battling for an Islamist state stormed an optional school in the northeastern town of Chibok on April 14 and seized 276 young ladies who were taking exams. Some figured out how to escape however around 200 stay missing.
The gathering has murdered thousands since 2009 and destabilized parts of northeast Nigeria, the nation with Africa’s biggest populace and greatest economy.