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Photos: Nigerian Celebrities Hold #BringBackOurGirls Protest In Lagos

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May 10, 2014 – Pictures: Nigerian Celebrities Hold #BringBackOurGirls Protest In Lagos

#BringBackOurGirls Campaign: A Publicist Stunt Or Genuine Care?

2 days after America voiced out support for the release of over 234 female students kidnapped by Boko Haram in Borno state, several American celebrities have advocated the release of the innocent girls in the bloody terrorists den.

Nigerian movie stars and musicians who have been in the hiding since the news of the abduction broke have started coming out.

So since yesterday several celebrities like Genevieve Nnaji, Doris Simeon, Toyin Aimakhu, Tiwa Savage, Toke Makinwa, Tonto Dikeh and many others have displayed their own home made #bringbackourgirls signs.

Many Nigerians have accused the Naija celebrities of coming out late.

A particular fan said if America didn’t voice out, many of our celebrities would have stay silent.

To be candid, many of them are now overdoing it….

Naija celebrities make una hear, we need solution and not show off.

Here are some photos from a mini rally that held in Lagos today

9 Comments

9 Comments

  1. Tally Diwo

    May 10, 2014 at 2:00 PM

    Dis bringback girls things is becoming monotonous am beginning to get irritated by it

  2. Mike Ebo (NuMike)

    May 10, 2014 at 3:01 PM

    It was in the middle of may that abduction happened here in Nigeria where we all live.. Bombs exploded in many locations killing quite a lot of innocent citizens.. But since then all those figures and loudest voices that could speak out onbehalf of their own sisters and brothers dying for nothing have kept silent and sit selfishly in their respective homes simply showing that it doesn’t concern them any bit..If 2face, Banky W, D’Banj, Timaya, Tonto, Genevieve, and the rest of them had spoken out loudly since and started this campaigne, yeah.. Could have made little sense to me but for them to come out today or yesterday or even last week which to me is too late, holding that #Bring Back our girls sh**t in the name of doing it right, that’s absolutely shamelessnes and acts of chicken mindedness.. They are cowards, especially because their fellow celebrities who are even richer, more popular and even far greater than them, have been showing concern. American celebrities both those in USA and even some that are presently on tour like Angelina Jolie and others have taken out time out of their busy and lucrative schedule just to show support to Nigeria in their own little way.. Even US first Lady had time to support Nigeria at the right time.. Our so called celebrities just woke up minutes ago with their bring back their girls nonesense even when they know that US Marines all the way from USA are already here since many days and have even found those girls where they are, awaiting the next plan to save their lives.. They disappointed the nation and their fans all over the world.. I learnt that even when African China invited few of them to collaborate with him in a song that talks more against terror and all that is going on, they declined… Fear! Fear! And again Fear!!

  3. Mojo

    May 10, 2014 at 3:14 PM

    @ Tally why won’t you get irritated by it when you are a static illiterate,you guys should even be happy we Americans initiated this bring bringbackourgirls slogan because if not for the international community cry out JONATHAN and his dumb wife would still be turning their deaf ears against the issue…this BOKOHARAM killings has being on in Nigeria since 2009 but u hardly see any celebrity or group of people protest against it in one voice due to tribal sentiments and coward ness…how I wish NIGERIANS can wake up from THIER deadly sleep to cry out in one voice against those evil and corrupt leaders,no light,no good road,nothing is working and yet many NIGERIANS youth still act deafy..

  4. Viergelove

    May 10, 2014 at 4:31 PM

    MOJO! The self acclaimed American; I think you are the stark illiterate here. First, you got wrongly what TALLY-DYWO is insinuating; because you are the stark illiterate. And, from America how do you know nothing is working in Nigeria; and yet new business statistics shows that Nigeria is now the biggest economy in AFRICAN. Check your forbe.com for verification. Na kraze U dey Kraze there! Ur purnish You !

  5. lola

    May 10, 2014 at 10:39 PM

    @ viergelove. thank u so much for this comment. its exactly what i wanted to say to the dumb ass who doesnt even understand what TALLY DYWO meant. @ MOJO, if u dont know what to comment on issues like this, just read and shut the hell up cus u end up pissing peeps off by ur baseless and unreasonble comment. and work on ur spellings too.

  6. lola

    May 10, 2014 at 10:57 PM

    @ mojo. your comment is so irritating that i wish u were close to me so i can land a very dirty slap on ur stupid face.you dare call yourself an american knowing fully well that you are a nigerian. seriously you are a disgrace to our country. and as for the “bring back our girls slogan” it is a very good thing but its too late now for our celebrities to start parading themselves around town in the name of campain. They are beginning to make it look irritating cus they have been in nigeria ever since the girls got abducted so why now that the U.S marines have finally arrived? or are they jst realizing that its a serious issue? May GOD help these chibok girls home safely. i cant wait to hear the good news of thier release and the arrest of this so called terrorist.

  7. consort

    May 10, 2014 at 11:05 PM

    I reserve my comment.. #sick nation#

  8. Danti

    May 10, 2014 at 11:34 PM

    Jonathan is not the only culprit, what about his dumb assistant? He is from the north and also all the emirs, their natural duty is talk to their people. During Abiola issue, Diya was asked or sent to appease the Yorubas. Can somebody tell me his contribution?

  9. Bboy

    May 11, 2014 at 10:50 AM

    I’m so speechless and in pain. They call themselves celebrities but have forgotten that without Nigerians they will never have been known as anything today. I wonder why all they love is publicity and show offs,I doubt they even care a bit of what’s going on. Ah THERE IS GOD oooooo…

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