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Again, Nigerian Police today block #BringbackourGirls Protesters from Entrying the Presidential Villa In Abuja. This is the second time the group is being stopped by the President Muhammadu Buhari led government from gaining access to the President..
A statement released by the advocacy group for the missing Chibok girls, had stated that the group will from Monday August 22nd commence actions that will compel the Federal government and international community to take decisive measures towards the rescue of the kidnapped Chibok school girls.
The recent march was triggered by a video released by the terrorist group where some of the abducted girls were seen speaking and pleading with the Nigerian government to release them from the insurgents..
According to Oby Ezekwesili and Aisha Yusuf jointly signed statement, the action to be taken includes several marches to the Presidency, media interactions, and engagements with critical stakeholders such as Governments, International Organizations, Statesmen and Influencers.
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