Teenagers react to Chibok schoolgirls’ abduction (2)
The Chibok school girls’ abduction saga has dragged on for six weeks and still our girls have not been brought back. Teenagers have, however, lent their voices in support to bring back our girls.
FAVOUR ODAJI, SS2 (15)
This is a sad moment for Nigerian mothers to lose their daughters to the wicked Boko Haram. They have brought attention on Nigeria with this abduction and their insurgent activities. Please, bring back our girls.
RUTH SUNDAY, SS2 (16)
The abduction of the girls is very wicked of Boko Haram. Ever since I have been asking myself what do they want to do with the girls? And how do they expect the girls to survive without their mothers? I really can’t imagine being away from my family and living with strangers in a forest. God help the girls o!
SEUN AKINLADE, SS2 (17)
I think their main goal is to kill and bring pain to people. I don’t know why they have been killing people, now they are kidnapping children that did not do anything to them. Why? The lives of the girls that Boko Haram have kidnapped will not be the same again.
UCHEAGWU NKECHI, SS2 (17)
These girls have been missing for up to one month, right? Which means they have missed their friends, school mates and families for all that time! This is not good! Why is Boko Haram doing this to them? Boko Haram is wicked for this thing they have done.
EBI-EBI EMMANUEL, SS3 (12)
The thing with Boko Haram is that they just want to kill people. It is not good at all. I pray that God should touch their hearts and make them change, so that those girls can enjoy Children’s Day.
ALI KEHINDE, SS2 (17)
Seriously, one day all of us will explain our actions, even Boko Haram. I wonder what Boko Haram will say that made them to be killing people anyhow they like. Are they God? We are the leaders of tomorrow, please, release the girls.
KOLADE MAJEKODUNMI, Ss2 (16)
Sometimes I wonder how some people think. How can they kidnap girls and keep them away from their families and friends. God help us.
OLANREWAJU KAZEEM, SS2 (15)
I think the problem of Boko Hama is ignorance and illiteracy. Anybody that is educated will know it is evil to take a person’s life. Killing is a sin against the Al-Quran and against Allah. There is no way Boko Haram is doing the right thing. They are just wicked people who are looking for excuses.
I want all Nigerians to support our security people. Because they are trying their best. Allah will see the girls through.
JULIUS ADERETU, SS2 (16)
I really feel the pain of those young girls kidnapped by Boko Haram. I know some of them would be crying for their mothers, but nobody can hear them from where they are.
Our army should create good methods like Jack Bauer or even Salt and attack Boko Haram.