BBOG defies police ban, returns to Abuja Unity Fountain
The Bring Back our Girls (BBOG) group on Thursday returned to Unity Fountain in Abuja, which the police has banned the public from using.
The group said it returned to the venue because the week made it four years that over 200 girls of the Chibok girls were abducted.
It said it would not stop its protest until all the girls are returned, including Leah Shuibu, he only remaining girl in Boko Haram’s captivity from Dapchi.
Convener of the BBOG and former Minister of Education, Oby Ezekwesili, challenged government of President Muhammadu Buhari to provide details of the girls that are alive.
She accused the police of ‘stealing’ the chairs used by the group by its daily sit-out.
The former minister also lambasted the police, saying they could not stop the group to make its demand at the Unity Fountain.
She said the ground is for the public, especially those who agitate and make demand of accountability from government.
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