and Emerge To Rescue Abducted Nigerian Girls

There is currently a global outcry as well as pressure on the Nigerian government to ensure the release of the 234 Chibok girls whose whereabouts are unknown up till this very moment, even to the Federal government of Nigeria.

The Nigerian girls were recently abducted at their school, Government Science Secondary School Chibok, Borno state by the terrorist group; Boko Haram when they were in the school to write the West African Examination Council (WAEC) physics exams. 

Chibok girls

In an effort to put pressure on the Nigerian government and all enabled international parties to immediately rescue the missing girls, some websites have emerged which include: and

At, you can read the stories of the abducted girls, follow up with news and events that are related to the abduction as well as provide information that might lead to the rescue of the chibok girls. simply features a widget that displays all tweets that are tagged with the #BringBackOurGirls hashtag. Right there, you can also follow news related to the missing girls as well as donate some money to support the families and volunteers who are searching for the abducted girls.

Do you know other sites that have emerge to support the search for the missing chibok girls? Please, let me hear from you via comments.

NB: I am not the owner of the two sites. 


  1. Anonymous5/07/2014

    It is quite appalling that Boko Haram Islamist operate with armored tanks and other combat vehicles in a country that has one of the largest army in Africa. Is it that these combat vehicles become invisible whenever they undertake their evil operations of terror? Is it not on Nigerian soil that such combat vehicles are rode on before and after any such operations? I honestly do not believe that the Nigerian Army Intelligence Unit is competent. It is about time we got help from the US Military so that their drones can rescue the country from this unscrupulous Islamist fanatics perpetrating terror on innocent Nigerians who has done nothing wrong.

  2. I never knew they used amod car's if what you've just said is true then nigerian army ain't working no shit..

  3. Is the site owned by Nigerian Government?


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