More teenagers have reacted to the Chibok abduction on April 14, 2014, at Government Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State.
AJAYI DANIEL, SS2 (15)
It is very bad that this kind of thing is happening in Nigeria. I wonder how Nigeria is going to move forward. The parents of the girls that were kidnapping will never be happy and will never pray for Nigeria. But I pray that Nigeria will not divide.
JOEL ADEBOYE, SS2 (16)
The issue of this Boko Haram has become something else in Nigeria. They have brought shame to the Islamic religion. I wonder how Nigeria is going to grow with this type of condition. Sometime, I wonder how painful it will be for the mothers of those girls.
I am wishing the president and governor of Borno would solve this problem and help bring back our girls. God bless Nigeria.
EMMANUEL IFEANYI PRINCEWILL, SS2 (15)
I think the Boko Haram sect don’t know what they really want. They are just trying to get attention, and they are doing it in a negative way. I feel for the abducted innocent girls. I hope Boko Haram come to their senses and release our girls.
LATEEFAH ADETORO, SS2 (17)
So sad that Boko Haram are spoiling Islam because it is against the holy book. The holy book did not say they should kidnap or kill anybody. It is a pity for the mothers whose children are missing. Do you know what I have been asking since they were kidnapped? How are the girls surviving in the forest? It means that Boko Haram must be rich for them to feed that number of girls for more than one month. All I want, and I am begging is bring back our girls.
INIOLA AYOOLA, SS3 (18)
As a girl, I am feeling the pain they are feeling right now. I can’t go through the pains they are going through right now in the forest. I am pleading to Mr. President and the governor, please help us look for our Chibok girls, because they are our future leaders. I am begging Boko Haram wherever they are holding the girls, please, we are begging bring back our girls, because real men can’t kidnap girls or sell them.
WISDOM CHDIEBERE, SS3 (18)
I am sure those girls are not having a good time in the forest. They are missing a big part of their lives by being separated from their parents, to happen and friends. I really don’t know what I would do if I were one of them. I really don’t wish anything of such to anyone close to me or around me.
The people in charge of security should get serious and rescue these girls. Please, bring back our girls.
OSCAR JEDIDIAH, SS2 (17)
I don’t think Boko Haram have any conscience at all. How come they keep those girls away from their parents all these time? It is wickedness. Our Children’s Day was not interesting because of it. The security people should rescue the girls quickly.