Nigeria Marks 3 Years Since Schoolgirls’ Mass Abduction

Activists urged Nigeria's government to do more to free the nearly 200 schoolgirls who remain captive.

Bring Back Our Girls campaigners hold Torchlights during a vigil to mark three years anniversary of the abduction of girls studying at the Chibok government secondary school in Lagos, Nigeria Friday, April. 14, 2017. Nigerians on Friday marked three years since the mass abduction of nearly 300 schoolgirls by Boko Haram extremists amid anger that government efforts to negotiate their freedom appear to have stalled.

By Published on April 14, 2017

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