Nigerian students and their colleagues at the University of Stellenbosch, Western Cape South Africa.
They called on the Nigerian government and the African Union to do more to rescue the schoolgirls, now held for more than 30 days.
They are also angry that the government did not act on time. An Amnesty International report said the Nigerian government had intelligence about the attack but refused to act.
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