Nigerian women, under the umbrella of Women Arise Against Terror Group, have threatened to march half-naked to Chibok, if the Federal Government fails to secure the release of the abducted girls within the next 14 days.
The group issued the threat in Lagos during a protest march to the Lagos State governor’s office in Alausa, Ikeja on Monday. President of the group, Dr. Joe Okei-Odumakin, said that it had become necessary for them to join other concerned people from all over the globe to ask for the release of the abducted girls.
Speaking during the protest, Okei-Odumakin said besides going to the governor’s office to present a letter of protest addressed to President Goodluck Jonathan, through the governor, the group had lined up several activities aimed at exacting pressure on the Federal Government to take quick action concerning the release of the girls.
She said the protest, which will would go on for the next 14 days in other parts of the country, would be rounded off in Chibok, with the women marching half-naked, if the girls were not released before then.
“We came here first to deliver this letter to the governor, to help us pass it to Mr. President, because we believe the governor shares some of those ideals. Today, we will be going to Enugu. While we intend to visit other states too. This will go on for the next 14 days and if the girls are not released by then, God forbid, we would be ready to march to Chibok half-naked,” she said.
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