bring back our girls

Hunger and insecurity stalks the displacement camps of Nigeria’s northeastern Borno state, where people who fled Boko Haram face the risk of famine.
The terrorist group claims some of the girls have been killed in air strikes
Christie said “every region of the world has been infected with her flawed judgment."
Parents and officials say the teenager is one of over 200 girls abducted from a boarding school in April 2014.
Former members of the militant group offer some answers.
April 14 marked the second anniversary of the abduction of 276 female students by Boko Haram in Nigeria. While the #BringBackOurGirls campaign mobilized support for the girls globally, not all abduction cases have received the same attention as this particular tragedy.
Amid all the horrors in the world, the media and the global community have largely remained silent about Boko Haram's brutalities.
We should have the quality of life that our counterparts in civilized quarters enjoy without contemplation. And when that's not provided we should be willing to fight for it. Boko Haram is winning the war on terror and the new president, Muhammadu Buhari who swore to defeat them has failed.
Over 200 girls were captured from a Nigerian boarding school in April 2014. But the kidnapping spree didn’t stop there.
#BringBackOurGirls captured the world's attention two years ago. And then time passed. And the world's attention wavered. But in Nigeria, educators like Habiba Mohammed refuse to give up the fight for girls' education.