Abducted School Girls: Women Protest In Abuja

Hundreds of women in black regalia on Tuesday, 29th April, 2014, stormed National Assembly to register their displeasure to the abduction of 234 secondary school girls in Chibok, Borno State, northeast Nigeria, demanding that urgent steps must be taken to rescue the girls.

The women living said they have been in pains since abduction of the girls two weeks ago.

The women came with placards bearing different inscriptions like: ‘rescue our daughters’, ‘Nigeria come to our aid’, ‘we need our daughters back’.

However, the Chairman, Senate Committee on Women Affairs, Senator Helen Esuene, assured that the Senate will do everything within its power to ensure the abducted girls were rescued.

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