Reports coming from West Africa indicate that, big names in the Nigerian entertainment and celebrity circles have joined the campaign to free the Chibok school girls who were abducted by Boko Haram militia. One of the stars actively involved is actress, Genevieve Nnaji who was interviewed by CNN’s Max Foster on Friday night, where she talked about the Chibok schoolgirls’ abduction.
Geneveive who has been raising awareness on the #BringBackOurGirls campaign insisted that she won’t stop until the missing girls are found.
“Everyone is involved. We are all mothers, we are all humans and these are young girls who have been taken into captivity and we just felt that as some of us have bigger faces and more recognised as celebrities and having a large fan base, we thought it’s our responsibility to help shed light and bring the fight to the forefront and stop this inhumane act.”
Other celebrities who have joined the campaigns for the cause include, controversial actress cum singer, Tonto Dikeh, singer Tiwa Savage with a street protest match on Saturday and they claim it has now brought foreign help and international attention. Many other international figures including US first lady Mitchelle Obama and Britain’s premier David Cameron have also called for the release of the girls. They vowed to continue with the protests until ‘something is done’
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