Prolific African actress Nadia Buari has added her voice to the cry for the immediate return of the abducted Chibok Secondary School girls in Brono State, Nigeria. The disturbing news that struck the attention of the world has seen various influential celebrities add their voices to the ranging protest.
Speaking with the passionate actress who expressed her disappointment in the authorities’ inability to stabilize the menace which prompted her join the protest said she won’t give up till the inhumane act is resolved.
Nadia Buari further thanked her friends and colleagues Morgan Piers, Keke Palmer, Drake, Justin Timberlake, Wyclef Jean etc. for supporting the course, she concluded saying she will pioneer the #BringBackOurGirlsNow campaign here in Ghana and pray for stability in Nigeria.
Meanwhile this Sunday there will be a solidarity campaign in Accra organized by a group of Ghanaian parents. Dubbed ‘Find Our Daughters Now!!!’ the campaign is a show of Solidarity on Mother’s Day – Sunday 11th May – when the group will be presenting a signed petition to the Nigerian High Commissioner at his residence on Independence Avenue.
Meeting Point is the BARCLAYS CLUB HOUSE (on the British High Commission road) at 09:00 hrs. Interested persons can join the petition as well. “Wear red or black (or both). Come one, come all!! Spread the word to friends and family who may not be on FaceBook. Parents bring your children, it is never too early for them to start exercising their socialconscience This is the least we as Ghanaians can do to help #BringOurDaughtersBackGH”