Nigerian Army Detains More Than 60 Parents Of 219 Missing Chibok Girls - BBOG Group

The Bring Back Our Girls (BBOG) group plans to march to Aso Rock Villa on January 14...The proposed visit to Aso Rock is designed to re-engage and remind President Buhari of his campaign promise of rescuing the abducted Chibok Schoolgirls.

This evening [Jan 12] the BBOG group via its twitter handle claimed more than 60 out of the 120 Chibok parents who planned to be part of the March To Abuja were detained today by Nigerian Army. Acting on orders from above, the military were said to have prevented the Chibok parents were from making the trip to Abuja on Thursday...


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