BBOG Marches To Villa, Demands Release Of Leah Sharibu, Others

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Members of the Bring Back Our Girls group on Wednesday marched to the Presidential Villa in Abuja to demand the release of the remaining Dapchi school girl, Leah Sharibu, who was abducted by Boko Haram terrorists over 200 days ago.

They also demanded the release of others who are in the custody of the terrorists including two of three aid workers who were abducted by the terrorists in March.

Their march comes days after one of the three aid workers was said to have been killed by the terrorists.

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The group convened at the Unity Fountain where they began the march.

Members were, however, denied access into the villa by a team of anti-riot police officers.

Undeterred, they decided to hold the press conference on the road, where they demanded the release of those in captivity.