Fuel the Movement

6 comments on “Fuel the Movement

  1. Ana says:

    We need as women, sisters, daughters, wifes, be more proactive to protect these vulnerable girls in conflict areas.

  2. Ana says:

    We need as women, sisters, daughters, wives, be more proactive to protect these vulnerable girls in conflict areas.

  3. Greg EGWUATU says:

    I have avoided making a comment on the purpose of this group till now.
    My name is Greg Egwuatu.
    I also attended a Federal government college,so I can only sympathise with family members,parents of Government college Buni Yadi, GSS Chibok and others.
    The avoidance was an utter disappointment at the way many Nigerians have become so thick hearted because of political gain,people would rather sell their souls than say the truth.
    So, this is my suggestion:
    Kindly keep Amina safe and abroad,reject any compensation from the government for now.
    The trauma cannot be monetised.
    File a high profile suit against the school,this way the court shall reveal the truth about what happened at GSS Chibok.
    This is my humble submission.

    With best regards,
    Greg Egwuatu

  4. wexcoh says:

    Am wexcoh, a reggea artiist, I just. A single for the chibok girls. A song to call on our Government leaders for there freedom it we be on tindeck.com on the 8th of august.

  5. david akinosun says:

    Am wexcoh, a reggea artiist, I just drop. A single for the chibok girls. A song to call on our Government leaders for there freedom it we be on tindeck.com on the 8th of august.

  6. david akinosun says:

    Here is the link to the song I drop for this movement title- #BBOG download and let’s keep calling our leaders to free our girls https://9jajamjam.wordpress.com/2016/08/11/music-wexcoh-bringbackourgirls/

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