BBOG To Hit Aso Villa With Protest Again

The #BringBackOurGirls movement today marked the 1,200 days of the abduction of the Chibok schoolgirls with a resolve to march on the Presidential Villa on August 1,2017.

The group expressed angst over the failure of the government to rescue the remaining 113 girls still in Boko Haram captivity.

The BBOG in a statement co-signed by Oby Ezekwesili and Aisha Yesufu in Abuja also took the FG to task over its inability to rescue six students of Lagos Model College who were abducted about two months ago.

It read, ‘Today (Thursday) is Day 1200 since the abduction of our 276 #ChibokGirls in their school.

“A total of 106 are back but 113 remain with terrorists for 1200 today. It is also Day 785 that our 113 #ChibokGirls are missing under President Muhammad’s watch.

“As part of our duty as a citizens’ movement to ensure that the federal government never forgets, never becomes complacent, never relapses into inertia as they are always wont to, our movement shall be back on the street on Tuesday August 1 on a march to the State House, from 9 am.”

The group said it was convinced it had met with every benchmark of reasonableness and deem it necessary to march to the State House again.

The coalition said it was dismayed by the government’s lack of capacity to learn from previous mistakes in handling parents, families, and the public who it said deserved a system of update on rescue operations.

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