50 days have gone by since over 200 schoolgirls, kidnapped from their school in Chibok by Boko Haram, were taken and remain in captivity. The #Bring Back Our Girls campaign has faded into thin air. The petition that once captured the world's leaders and countries to "Bring Back Our Girls" had reached 995,000 signatures. Foreign countries has since be employed to help rescue the missing 200 school girls. Rumors upon rumors of the girls being sold into sex slavery. Rumors of the Nigerian military secretly funding Boko Haram. Challenges to the Nigerian government and leaders.
Demonstration continues to thin out in Nigeria and neighboring countries. Bring back our sisters alive! Bring back our girls alive. Save education in Nigeria. Save us from Boko Haram cries are being held in secret vigils. Days after days. The moment is being replayed and the girls are still being kidnapped nevertheless the high level negotiations.
The kidnapped girls and their families have a right to know that when they are released they will have a safe school to study in.
It's day 50 and this anniversary is for the students and parents. You will never be forgotten. Osas eye will continue to fight til you are found. In God We Trust.