The #BringBackOurGirls group has defied threats from security agencies and has resumed its sit-out sessions in Abuja in continuance of protests over the abduction of over 200 schoolgirls from a school in Chibok, Borno state by Boko Haram insurgents.
The group, which usually sits out at the Unity Fountain in Abuja has been receiving several threats from security agencies and held a session at a private residence on Sunday, August 3, 2014.
The group which resumed sitting on Monday, August 4, 2014 has been under surveillance by security agencies after an impromptu protest at Aso Rock three weeks
Daily Times reports:
As part of the programme for the day, the group took out time to appreciate the military and other security agencies that had been fighting the insurgency and participating in the push for the rescue of the abducted girls.
The BBOG Group called on the federal government to ensure that the security personnel were adequately equipped for the task of fighting insurgency by also ensuring that the relevant government parastatal buries and honours fallen officers in the campaign accordingly.
Clarifying its stand in the face of the struggle and campaign for the rescue of the girls, the group noted that appreciating the military and other security agencies did not imply weakness, but was an act of being good citizens and respecting and appreciating hard work.