#BringbacktheGirls - Other Boko Haram Victims Narrate Ordeal as Sex Slaves
By Romance Meets Life on April 26, 2014
It is going to two weeks, and almost 200 School girls are still missing after two hundred and thirty four of them were abducted from their dormitories. Parents who had in all good conscience sent those young girls to go back to school and complete their senior school certificate exams are now going out of their mind.Some of them have gone on expeditions into the Sambisa forest where Boko Haram terrorists have their camps, but have returned when their resources ran out, or for fear of being thoroughly unprepared to war against the fully armed BH army. The Nigerian Military, apart from an earlier press release that erroneously said all the girls had been found, seem not to be doing much.As the days go by, we will not forget these girls but will continue to call for Boko Haram to release the girls, or for the army to do more in rescuing these innocent victims of a war they know nothing about. . . .
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