So . . . where are they? Where’s the hashtag? Where are the riots? Where’s the truth?
Three years ago this week, the kidnapping of 276 schoolgirls in Chibok sparked international outrage. Even after the negotiated releases, rescues, and discoveries of some of the schoolgirls in recent months, 195 remain missing as last count.
Thursday marked the two-year anniversary of the Chibok girls’ abduction. On April 14, 2014, Boko Haram raided a Nigerian boarding school, kidnapping 276 girls. Only about 50 escaped.
Warning: scenes of violence.
This story is fiction broadly based on truth: namely, the abduction of 250+ girls in the 2014 Chibok schoolgirls kidnapping (most of them are still missing), the more girls abducted elsewhere, and the murder of hundreds at Baga and…
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Do you really think changing the hash tag will change anything?
WE SURVIVED BOKO HARAM VIII: “We are now winning the war”
by Eromo Egbejule