#BringBackOurGirls: The harmful side of the Chibok girls’ story

I’ve tried to steer my mind away from the debate on the missing Chibok girls. But these thoughts keep returning.

“Despite, the #BringBackOurGirls campaign run through out the world, the only reason that all those girls are not yet home is because – sadly – they are not yet the priority of the Nigerian government.”

Well, I guess that it’s time for me to say something about it.

What I’m about to say about the missing girls is not much. It’s simple. And that is that:

Despite, the #BringBackOurGirls campaign run through out the world, the only reason that all those girls are not yet home is because – sadly – they are not yet the priority of the Nigerian government.

I hope they top up the government’s list of preference in future.

Sadly though, political rallies and state security are the new priorites of the governement. All these are in preparation for the 2015 general elections.

Like I said at the beginning of this post.

These are just my opinions. I might be wrong. Maybe there are political agents and endowed business tycoons who are secretly profiting from the situation.

~ PBW