~~June 9, 2014~~
Isn’t it a general rule that the longer it takes to investigate, to defuse a situation, to find a missing person, the lower the probability of reaching a favorable outcome?
Today is the 56th day since 273 Nigerian school girls were kidnapped. We ask that all of you, from whatever city/country you live, to continue to march and hold rallies. Continue to call your government leaders and tell your friends. We will not be silenced.
Every day the family at the Bring Back Our Girls headquarters in Abuja march and rally by the hundreds.
WILL YOU HELP?
The girls are still missing. World Citizens need to step forward and take further action. There are three simple things that we can do to help the girls. Will you take the pledge to help?
1. Write/Call you government leaders. Even if you’ve written them previously, we need your help NOW – do this again and again. Every day. Set an alarm for yourself in the morning and then call them/write them every day of the week. We need to tell our world leaders that we want them to do more to help Nigeria.
2. Organize a rally/march/vigil. You can do this. It only takes one person to raise awareness. Choose location/time/date and we will help you. We need to have events around the world through out the week reminding our community that the girls are still missing If everyone of you held an event on June 16th the world would have to pay attention.
3. Tell all your friends and family to change their profile pic on social media to raise awareness. Ask your friends to write/call their govt leaders and organize/attend rallies
4. REPEAT the above steps.
“sabotage, poor governance, lack of leadership and pervasive corruption”
~~Bring Back Our Girls~~
~~Published on May 1, 2014~~
On April 14, over 230 school girls were kidnapped from their dorm rooms by terrorists in Nigeria. The world has done nothing to rescue them.
This video was made by Louis Adeyemi, a young Nigerian Director (@thelouisking). The voice you hear is of a father of one of our kidnapped girl’s. The images are not of the actual girls that were kidnapped.
They are are Nigerian girls and used symbolically.
Join us on twitter/rescueourgirls and facebook.com/bringbackourgirls and let uss march on social media to raise awareness.
Write and call your leaders. Now. #bringbackourgirls
We ALL are ONE!!