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#BringBackOurGirls Abuja Group Resumes Protests After Ban is Lifted



Bring Back Our Girls Abuja Protests Resume - Bella Naija

They’re back!

The Abuja #BringBackOurGirls group is back in action, now that the ban on their protests has been lifted. They have released a statement announcing the resumption of their daily protests:

The #BringBackOurGirls Abuja Family will today resume our daily sit-outs at the Unity Fountain from 3pm following the suit we filed against the FCT police Commissioner for banning protests in Abuja and against the backdrop of the counteracting statement credited to the Inspector General of Police reaffirming the constitutional and democratic rights of citizens to conduct peaceful assemblies and protests.

Our lawyers, Falana and Falana Chambers informed us this afternoon that we do not yet have a court hearing date for our suit challenging the power of the FCT Commissioner to infringe on our rights to peaceful assembly.

We had also yesterday, written to the Inspector General of Police requesting police protection for our #BringBackOurGirls gatherings.

We have therefore decided that we shall continue our daily sit outs until our girls are back and alive.

In the meantime, we have decided that we shall continue our daily sit outs until our girls are back and alive. We therefore wish to reassure members of the public that we shall remain civil, orderly and peaceful as we have been widely acknowledged to be since the last one month of our activities.


The second paragraph of the statement indicates that the group is still pursuing its N200 million lawsuit against Abuja Commissioner of Police, Joseph Mbu…


  1. Bukki

    June 5, 2014 at 7:00 pm

    Good! When citizens start challenging this unruly government with law suits and boldness things will eventually change! The reason Nigeria has been the way it’s been is because the people have been too lazy and indifferent in challenging these oppressors! This is just the beginning! If anything happens to any of these people, the Commisioner of police Joseph Mbu should be held responsible!

  2. @edDREAMZ

    June 5, 2014 at 7:09 pm

    I still support the ban though…

  3. abdulfatah

    June 5, 2014 at 10:20 pm

    Boko Haram is not ISLAM. if u are unhappy with the way our religion is being abused and muslims are hated as result of the menace of d so called Boko Haram, we intend reciting Hasbunallahu Waniimal Wakil 100,000,000 times tonight begging Allah (SWT) to help us bring a quick end to Boko Haram.Please help by reciting the du’a 100 times tonight and forward dis message to all muslims in your contact for the peace of the Nation.

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