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    Posted May 1, 2014 by
    Port Harcourt, Nigeria
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    Free Chibok Girls


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     Milliscent is a radio presenter in Nigeria and says the abducted girls are a constant topic of discussion on her station. "The feeling from my area especially on air when I interact with callers is disappointment, confusion, anger and more questions they want answered from the government," she says. She took this picture to show her support for the women protesting for more government action.
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    We hear it like it's not happening in our region so it doesn't concern us but that's not right... where ever you are and Nigerian too join the voices around in solidarity to free the Chibok Girls. This fight on terrorism is not just the Commander in Chief's and the army, but Ours as well!

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