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    HURIWA Seeks UN Probe Over Chibok Girls’ Abduction

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    The Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria  (HURIWA ) has called on the Nigerian government to invite the United Nations, (UN) to institute a transparent investigation to ascertain the veracity or otherwise of the circumstances surrounding the abduction of the Chibok girls. Making the call yesterday, the non-governmental organisation, noted that it was concerned by…

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    BBOG Group Mourns Hajiya Bilkisu Yusuf

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    The #BringBackOurGirls group has joined other Nigerians to mourn the passing of the first female Northern editor and popular advocate, Hajiya Bilkisu Yusuf, who died in the stampede during one of the last rituals of the Hajj, the annual Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca. The leader of the group, Dr Oby Ezekwesili, said, “Bilkisu fought all…

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    BBOG Group Fault s Okupe Over Countdown To Rescue Of Chibok Girls

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    The #BringBackOurGirls (BBOG)group has faulted the statement credited to the senior special assistant to the president on public affairs, Dr Doyin Okupe, deriding the six weeks countdown to the possible rescue of the Chibok girls by the group. A statement signed by the group’s spokesperson, Rotimi Olawale, said that the countdown was tied directly to…

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    FG Promises On Abducted Schoolgirls Deceitful – BBOG Group

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    The #BringBackOurGirls group has dismissed the claim by the President Goodluck Jonathan administrarion that it will ensure the rescue of Chibok girls if elected in the February 14 presidential election, saying it is a deceitful political promise that should not be taken seriously. Speaking at the group’s sit-out yesterday, one of it members and a…

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    Outrage Over Fresh Kidnap Of 185 Women

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    Survivors of Sunday night’s attack by gunmen suspected to be Boko Haram terrorists on Gumsuri village in Borno State, where they abducted 185 women, children and others after killing at least 35 others, have described the desperate measures they adopted to escape death in the hands of the insurgents. Gumsuri village, in Damboa local government…

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