It has been two tears since 276 girls were kidnapped from their beds in a secondary school, by members of the insurgency group Boko Haram in Chibok, a Local Government area of Borno state in the northern part of Nigeria. Some of the girls managed to escape, but 219 girls are still missing.
“We are demanding our rights,” says one woman directing the protest
BattaBox presenter Adeola joined the #Bringbackourgirls rally in Ikeja, on a walk to the Lagos state Governor’s office on the second year anniversary since the girls got missing.
“Bring back our girls Now and Alive,” the protesters chanted as the marched to the Governors office.
After the girls were kidnapped in 2014, the whole world urged the Nigerian government to #Bringbackourgirls , and it was assumed that the girls were inside the Sambisa Forest with members of boko haram.
Some of the girls have been raped, some have babies and some have died but their families are still devastated and hoping they would see them again.
Are the girls still alive? Would they be found? #Bringbackourgirls