Can you bring our girls back? Budding Ghanaian actress and model, Nana Akua Addo has added her voice to the cry of many for the release of the abducted girls from Chibok Secondary Schools in Borno States, Nigeria.
The #BringBackOurGirls campaign is trending with several personalities around the world coming on board in solidarity to call for the immediate release of innocent girls who were kidnapped through bizarre circumstances.
Nana Akua said, “As a mother putting myself into those mother’s, parent’s shoes, God only knows how and what they have to battle with emotionally and mentally.”
She continued: “All I can wish for on Mothers’ Day as a present is for the girls to return to their mothers.”
She ended by admonishing her colleagues to help create more awareness with the #BringBackOurGirls campaign.
“Please and please, let’s all join the #BringBackOurGirls campaign now and create the awareness.”
GhanaGist.Com understands that, a solidarity campaign will be organised by a group of Ghanaian parents on Mother’s Day, Sunday May 11 to petition the Nigerian High Commissioner in Ghana.
Also new Dancehall act, MzVee dedicated her first Vodafone Ghana Music Awards performance to the campaign.
Watch her performance at the VGMA 2014