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I saw her on CNN, she had curly hair, talking about how her 11 yr old daughter begged her not to go to Nigeria.  SMH - She clearly stated that she started #bringbackourgirls.

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So let’s take a look at the origins of #bringbackourgirls.

According to the Wall Street Journal and Twitter’s own search tool, which was readily available for CNN and ABC to use for research, #bringbackourgirls was first used by Ibrahim Musa Abdullahi, a 35-year-old Nigerian attorney in the capital, Abuja. Abdullahi said he first heard the chant while watching World Bank Vice President Obiageli Ezekwesili give a speech during the celebration of Port Harcourt’s year as the United Nations’ world book capital. During the speech, Ezekwesili led the crowd into a chant of “bring back our daughters.” And it was then that Abdullahi took to Twitter and formed the hashtag “bring back our girls” on April 23.
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She is such a bish. Trying to gain fame in such a tragic situation. CNN should fact check before embarrassing themselves.
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YT stay trying it. I know my views are different being from the West but if it takes YT(The West) being the savior to get those girls back, I'm for that because this should not be happening to anyone on earth. What's most important to me, is seeing the girls brought home but it doesn't look like that's going to happen. How many more will there be? Nigerians please explain the method the Nigerian government is using.
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Originally posted by afrokock afrokock wrote:


So let’s take a look at the origins of #bringbackourgirls.

According to the Wall Street Journal and Twitter’s own search tool, which was readily available for CNN and ABC to use for research, #bringbackourgirls was first used by Ibrahim Musa Abdullahi, a 35-year-old Nigerian attorney in the capital, Abuja. Abdullahi said he first heard the chant while watching World Bank Vice President Obiageli Ezekwesili give a speech during the celebration of Port Harcourt’s year as the United Nations’ world book capital. During the speech, Ezekwesili led the crowd into a chant of “bring back our daughters.” And it was then that Abdullahi took to Twitter and formed the hashtag “bring back our girls” on April 23.

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Originally posted by sugabanana sugabanana wrote:

This is so daggone sad. I have a video on my phone with what they are doing to the girls. Some are killed and some are turned to sex slaves. Its super graphic. The Islamist groups dig a hole and bury the girls all they way up to their neck. Then use stones to throw at their heads until they die. Sigh. Its just sad!!!

I couldn't even watch the video I had to ask for the summary. Just WHY???????? These people need to be sniped. Yes I agree America should go there and find these idiots.



I saw that video too last night and couldn't watch it I cried and it upset me AngryCry
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Those sick, sick, sick people need to be exterminated.

It's not right the things people in this world have to go through.
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