UN Secretary General to SKYPE with #BringBackOurGirls campaigners

UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon

Over 250 girls were kidnapped on April 14.

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By Tina Ohanu.

To mark the 100th day since the Chibok girls were kidnapped, the United Nations Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, would on July 22, speak to the #BringBackOurGirls campaigners, via SKYPE.

Mr. Ki-moon is one of the international figures who have shown concern for the girls kidnapped in Chibok. He said he hopes the girls will be found before July 22.

The #BringBackOurGirls campaigners have constantly sustained protests urging the Nigerian Government to do more to rescue the girls alive.

The protesters have also helped keep the girls in the memory of many.

On April 14, over 250 girls were kidnapped from their hostels in a Government Secondary School in Chibok, Borno state. Over 200 of the teenage girls are still with the Boko Haram since then.

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