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BBOG to ambush Buhari at UN meeting in New York

14 September 2016, 12:18

Abuja - After being prevented from seeing President Muhammadu Buhari in Aso Rock, the  Bring Back Our Girls (BBOG) group plans to ambush the President during the United Nations General Assembly meeting in New York City.

BBOG, alongside its international friends, plans to confront President Buhari with a letter reminding him of the Chibok girls in captivity and demanding their release.

The assembly commenced on Tuesday as world leaders including President Buhari, gather to discuss various issues affecting the world.

A message sent to BBOG supporters and journalists reads: “On Tuesday, September 13, 2016, the United Nations General Assembly commences in New York.

Also read: Presidency hits back at BBOG accusations

World leaders, including Nigeria’s President Buhari, will be there to discuss various issues plaguing our world, including the global refugee crisis.

“If you are in New York, please join global citizens, as we stand in solidarity with 218 #ChibokGirls and thousands more still in Boko Haram captivity on Wednesday, September 14, at 3 p.m., to deliver a letter to President Buhari, to remind him of his campaign promise to #BringBackOurGirls, who have now been in captivity for 882 days.

“Join us as we remind the United Nations and the world that the #ChibokGirls are never to be forgotten. #HopeEndures. Gathering Time: 3 p.m., Location: 828 Second Avenue (2nd and 44th), New York, New York 10017, PLEASE, WEAR RED!”

- News 24


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