Nigerians, and indeed the world, today yet again joined in solidarity to call for the rescue of the 219 Chibok school girls who were abducted from their dormitory on April 14, 2014.
From the Nigerian Senate, to international agencies and even the worlds youngest Nobel Prize laureate and female education activist, Malala Yousafzai, the wish is the same – that the girls regain freedon and are reunited with their families.
Encomium.ng compiles some of the goodwill messages in commemoration of the Chibok girls’ abduction two years ago.
— Gordon & Sarah Brown (@OfficeGSBrown) April 14, 2016
The Senate is saddened about the long absence of the #Chibok Girls abducted by the Boko Haram insurgents from Chibok community 2 years ago.
— Nigerian Senate (@NGRSenate) April 14, 2016
— Rinsola Abiola (@Rinsola_Abiola_) April 14, 2016
Today, as we remember the abducted #ChibokGirls, we must make a vow as leaders to never let politics come before discharging our duties.
— Rt Hon Yakubu Dogara (@SpeakerDogara) April 14, 2016
— Amnesty UK (@AmnestyUK) April 14, 2016
2 hours of not knowing where your child is sends you into panic mode.
Too long! pic.twitter.com/JliMeeayeE
— ‘Gbénga Sèsan (@gbengasesan) April 14, 2016
— UNICEF (@UNICEF) April 14, 2016
— Malala Fund (@MalalaFund) April 14, 2016