A Ghanaian version of ‘Bring back our women’
protest going on in Nigeria against the abduction of 276 school girls by the dreaded terrorist group, Boko Haram in Nigeria would be witness on Sunday when a legion of concern mothers and sisters take to the principal streets of Accra to present a
petition to the Nigerian envoy in the country over the issue, this paper has gathered.
Weeks after their abduction, the 276 Nigerian school girls still remain captives of the extremist militant group that has threatened to sell them into slavery.
Their plight has attracted attention the world over with men and women from all walks of life raising their voices against the abduction.
Instead of a celebration and merry making as has been the normal on Mothers’ day, these concern women are going to march in Accra on that most celebrated day to register their displeasure with the abduction and present a petition to the Nigerian envoy to Ghana.
The March would be to express their concern and solidarity with the mothers of the kidnapped girls to the Nigerian High Commissioner, Ambassador Ademola Oluseyi Onafowokan and to task the Nigerian government through the High Commissioner to “FIND AND RESCUE OUR DAUGHTERS!”
The march will begin from the Barclays Club House and will climax at the Nigerian high commissioner’s residence at Ridge, Accra.
They are therefore calling on all Ghanaians
including Men, women and Children from all walks of life to join in the route march since it is for a positive course.