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Squabbles Wont Tear Us Apart BBOG Group



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The #BringBackOurGirls Group yesterday thrashed out and resolved some of the issues threatening the unity of the group.
The group, which has been together for more than four months but had been quarrelling over certain matters, decided to resolve the issues bothering its members. In so doing, it agreed that the group did not belong to anyone, but was a group of equal individuals who had come together regardless of anyones social status, to advocate for the rescue of the Chibok schoolgirls abducted by the Boko Haram sect in April.

This group operates on an equal level of leadership. Relationship in this group is unique, because it is the new Nigeria we are bringing up. In this group, there is no pyramid of leadership. Everyone has a level playing ground to talk. We are all here for the Chibok girls.
We have decided to always stand for the Chibok girls. Even after quarrels and squabbles within ourselves, we will embrace and make up. Because we know that our coming here is not about ourselves, not about our tribes, not about politics. It goes beyond all that. It is about the safe return of the Chibok schoolgirls who have stayed so long with the Boko Haram sect, the group said.
It also agreed to intensify efforts at meeting with religious leaders, former presidents and political party leadership, in a bid to advance the call for the rescue of the girls.
We have to escalate this advocacy. We have to meet everyone. Our meetings with the media houses have yielded a good result. We will take our advocacy to traditional and religious rulers, political leaders and embassies. This will help heighten our advocacy and lend more voice to the Chibok girls, the BBOG Group said.
Source: Leadership

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