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    Posted May 6, 2014 by
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    #BringBackOurGirls

    NIGERIAN FIRSTLADY ALLEDGELY ORDERS ARREST OF THE HEAD OF CHIBOK WOMEN #BRINGBACKOURGIRLS PROTESTERS IN NIGERIA, BECAUSE THEY WERE TANISHING THE NAME OF HER HUSBANDS GOVT

     
    Just Recently The Head of the Chibok Women Protesters for the #BringbackourGirls Movement in Nigeria was arrested By the Nigerian State security service FOR LEADING a protest...
    please i would like CNN to let the World know that this problem of abduction is not being handled properly by the Nigerian Government as it more Political, To be Honest the government doesnt care about #bringbackoutgirls movement... ALL THEY CARE ABOUT IS THAT IT IS TANISHING THE IMAGE OF THE PRESENT GOVERNMENT IN POWER THROUGH MEDIA, WORLDWIDE PROTESTS , AND PROTEST IN NIGERIA. AND THIS IS ONLY KNOWN IN NIGERIAN LOCAL NEWS SO I WANT IT TO BE ON CNN... THIS IS THE STORY BELOW I COPIED AND PASTED

    According to a report by Associated press, it was the First Lady that ordered the arrest of Mrs Naomi Nyarda, the Chibok woman protester who was arrested this morning, though the police later denied it was an arrest.

    Hajia Saratu Angus Ndirpaya of Chibok town told AP that men of the State Security Service agents drove her and protest leader Naomi Mutah Nyadar to a police station on Monday morning after they finished an all-night meeting at the presidential villa in Abuja with the first lady.

    She said when they got to the station, police immediately released her but Nyadar was held back. She said during the meeting, Mama Peace accused herself and Nyarda of being part of Boko Haram and were working to rubbish her husband's government. Continue..
    "She told so many lies, that we just wanted the government of Nigeria to have a bad name, that we did not want to support her husband's rule. They said we are Boko Haram, and that Mrs. Nyadar is a member of Boko Haram". She said as Dame Patience was accusing them, all the other women in the meeting were chanting "yes'yes". She said the first lady told them they had no right to protest and that Mrs Naydar who is deputy director of the National Directorate of Employment. J should resign.

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