Wednesday, 12 June 2019 [allAfrica] Five years ago, in April 2014, the world gaped in horror at the news that Boko Haram insurgents had swarmed out of the Sambisa Forest in northeastern Nigeria's Borno State to kidnap some 200 girls in the village of Chibok. As you may recall, the #BringBackOurGirls hashtag trended worldwide in protest of this crime against humanity. For the moment, it seemed the whole world embraced the hostages as "our girls" in recognition that we humans are all in a sense one family. The whole world rallied. Nobel laurea
The book by Isha Sesay claims the government and people of Nigeria no longer cared about the Chibok girls.
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