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The first inside account by a stalwart member of the Bring Back Our Girls Movement in Nigeria of the 276 Chibok secondary school girls’ abduction from Chibok, north-eastern Nigeria on 14th April, 2014. The full chronicle of events: consequent public outrage in Nigeria and around the world led by the humanitarian indefatigable Bring Back Our Girls under Dr. Mrs. Obiageli Ez The first inside account by a stalwart member of the Bring Back Our Girls Movement in Nigeria of the 276 Chibok secondary school girls’ abduction from Chibok, north-eastern Nigeria on 14th April, 2014. The full chronicle of events: consequent public outrage in Nigeria and around the world led by the humanitarian indefatigable Bring Back Our Girls under Dr. Mrs. Obiageli Ezekwesili, their confrontation and critical threats from Nigerian governments and security agents; inept and tardy response of the Nigerian government to rescue the girls; the humanitarian role of global nations—the United States, Britain, Canada, Israel, Japan, Germany, Russia, China, Switzerland, Italy, Netherlands, France etc. to rescue the kidnapped school girls; the assiduous effort of world organizations—the United Nations under Ban Ki Moon, African Union, European Union, International Committee of the Red Cross, Action Aid in providing relief to millions of Internally Displaced Persons in Bama, Maiduguri and elsewhere; the contribution of the White House and the American State Department in armed forces, Intelligence, Reconnaissance and Surveillance towards combating Boko Haram terrorism and rescuing the Chibok girls; corruption in the Nigerian Army thwarting rescue efforts; botched cease-fire agreements between the Nigerian Government and Boko Haram terrorists; facts about the dreaded Boko Haram terrorists led by Abubakar Shekau, intent on forming an Islamic State of West Africa; how some of the girls escaped on their own from the den of terrorists; relationship of Boko Haram with ISIS, Al Shebab and Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb; negotiations that yielded release of 103 of the abducted school girls, 113 still languishing in the lair of insurgents; the exigency of a mass passive resistance revolution in Nigeria and call on the International Community led by US President, Donald Trump, to salvage Nigeria from imminent collapse resulting from endemic monstrous corruption and thoughtless leadership. The role of the following individuals and organizations in Chibok Girls rescue operations: Unity Fountain, Sesugh Akume, Manasseh Allen, Florence Uzor, Sambisa Forest, Sambisa General Area, Maiduguri, Bama, Internally Displaced Persons, Nigerian Army corruption, Goodluck Jonathan, Muhammadu Buhari, operation Lafia Dole, suicide bombings, Michelle Obama, the United Nations, African Union, United States, European Union, International Committee of the Red Cross, Action Aid, Canada, German Bundestag, Italian Parliament, China, Japan, Israel, Netherlands, France, ABC-TV, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, ISIS, Abubakar Shekau, Agence France Press, Al Barnawi, Al Qaeda, Al-Shebab, Amanda Dory, The White House, Pentagon, American forces, Amnesty International,, Asari Dokubo, Associated Press, BBC, Benedict xvi, British, Camp Zairo, Carolyn Maloney, Catherine Ray, Christian Association of Nigerian-Americans, Christos Stylianides, Citizens’ Solution to End Terrorism, CNN, Colin Freeman, David Cameron, Denmark Government, Empire State Building, Ernstberger Petra, Grace Alele Williams, Hamza Bin Laden, Hassan Kukah, Hillary Clinton, Hiroute Guebre Selassie, Human Rights Watch said this week,, James Duddridge, Jimmy Carter, Johannes Singhammer, John Onaiyekan, Laura Boldrini, Mahatma Gandhi, Marie Harf, Martin Luther King Jr., Mohammed Yusuf,, Neil Armstrong, Nelson Mandela, New Zealand, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, Osama bin Laden, Pat Utomi, Revolutionary Council, of the Nigerian People, Robin Roberts, Rosemary Nyirumbe, Sahara Reporters, Samantha Power, Sara Sewall, Simon Brooks, Stephen Davis, Stephen Sackur, Susan E. Rice, Susanna Flood, Swiss government, TICADA, Nairobi, VOA, Wilson Frederica, Wole Soyinka


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The first inside account by a stalwart member of the Bring Back Our Girls Movement in Nigeria of the 276 Chibok secondary school girls’ abduction from Chibok, north-eastern Nigeria on 14th April, 2014. The full chronicle of events: consequent public outrage in Nigeria and around the world led by the humanitarian indefatigable Bring Back Our Girls under Dr. Mrs. Obiageli Ez The first inside account by a stalwart member of the Bring Back Our Girls Movement in Nigeria of the 276 Chibok secondary school girls’ abduction from Chibok, north-eastern Nigeria on 14th April, 2014. The full chronicle of events: consequent public outrage in Nigeria and around the world led by the humanitarian indefatigable Bring Back Our Girls under Dr. Mrs. Obiageli Ezekwesili, their confrontation and critical threats from Nigerian governments and security agents; inept and tardy response of the Nigerian government to rescue the girls; the humanitarian role of global nations—the United States, Britain, Canada, Israel, Japan, Germany, Russia, China, Switzerland, Italy, Netherlands, France etc. to rescue the kidnapped school girls; the assiduous effort of world organizations—the United Nations under Ban Ki Moon, African Union, European Union, International Committee of the Red Cross, Action Aid in providing relief to millions of Internally Displaced Persons in Bama, Maiduguri and elsewhere; the contribution of the White House and the American State Department in armed forces, Intelligence, Reconnaissance and Surveillance towards combating Boko Haram terrorism and rescuing the Chibok girls; corruption in the Nigerian Army thwarting rescue efforts; botched cease-fire agreements between the Nigerian Government and Boko Haram terrorists; facts about the dreaded Boko Haram terrorists led by Abubakar Shekau, intent on forming an Islamic State of West Africa; how some of the girls escaped on their own from the den of terrorists; relationship of Boko Haram with ISIS, Al Shebab and Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb; negotiations that yielded release of 103 of the abducted school girls, 113 still languishing in the lair of insurgents; the exigency of a mass passive resistance revolution in Nigeria and call on the International Community led by US President, Donald Trump, to salvage Nigeria from imminent collapse resulting from endemic monstrous corruption and thoughtless leadership. The role of the following individuals and organizations in Chibok Girls rescue operations: Unity Fountain, Sesugh Akume, Manasseh Allen, Florence Uzor, Sambisa Forest, Sambisa General Area, Maiduguri, Bama, Internally Displaced Persons, Nigerian Army corruption, Goodluck Jonathan, Muhammadu Buhari, operation Lafia Dole, suicide bombings, Michelle Obama, the United Nations, African Union, United States, European Union, International Committee of the Red Cross, Action Aid, Canada, German Bundestag, Italian Parliament, China, Japan, Israel, Netherlands, France, ABC-TV, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, ISIS, Abubakar Shekau, Agence France Press, Al Barnawi, Al Qaeda, Al-Shebab, Amanda Dory, The White House, Pentagon, American forces, Amnesty International,, Asari Dokubo, Associated Press, BBC, Benedict xvi, British, Camp Zairo, Carolyn Maloney, Catherine Ray, Christian Association of Nigerian-Americans, Christos Stylianides, Citizens’ Solution to End Terrorism, CNN, Colin Freeman, David Cameron, Denmark Government, Empire State Building, Ernstberger Petra, Grace Alele Williams, Hamza Bin Laden, Hassan Kukah, Hillary Clinton, Hiroute Guebre Selassie, Human Rights Watch said this week,, James Duddridge, Jimmy Carter, Johannes Singhammer, John Onaiyekan, Laura Boldrini, Mahatma Gandhi, Marie Harf, Martin Luther King Jr., Mohammed Yusuf,, Neil Armstrong, Nelson Mandela, New Zealand, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, Osama bin Laden, Pat Utomi, Revolutionary Council, of the Nigerian People, Robin Roberts, Rosemary Nyirumbe, Sahara Reporters, Samantha Power, Sara Sewall, Simon Brooks, Stephen Davis, Stephen Sackur, Susan E. Rice, Susanna Flood, Swiss government, TICADA, Nairobi, VOA, Wilson Frederica, Wole Soyinka

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