The ongoing saga over the 233 missing girls who were abducted from Chibok,Borno state in North Eastern Nigerian has continued to attract the interest of people all over the world.
During the week, afro beat singer and son of the legendary Fela!, Seun Kuti protested on the street of Lagos alongside songstar Waje and many other young Nigerians.
Dencia also surprised many when she took to social media to advise the parents not to wait on government forces but to rather beg and prevail on the insurgents to free the girls.
Another protest was also led in the federal capital by ex-Education minister Mrs. Oby Ezekwesili who joined hundreds of mothers dressed in black to call on the to use maximum effort at their disposal in bringing the girls back home alive.
The international community is however not left out. With the minute by minute situation reports given by international media like CNN, the campaign #BringBackOurGirls have continued to garner the interest of international personalities some of whom have been showing solidarity on Twitter and other social network. As at last check celebs who have shown sympathy to the cause include… Chris Brown, Mary J. Blige, Kerry Hilson and CNN’s Piers Morgan