Diddy – “There’s nothing I wouldn’t do to protect my own daughters. I stand with the parents of the abducted Nigerian schoolgirls”
Seyi Shay – “All over the world on TV we see the picture of that evil dog called Shekau head of Boko Haram proclaiming the name of his god: allah and thereby taunting the Living God Jehovah….As Elijah called on the only God of heaven it is time for us as Christians to call upon our God for vengeance. Imagine being the parents, sisters and brothers of those innocent girls. My stomach churns with revulsion when I imagine what those girls are going through. Let us pray!!! – Arise O Lord and scatter that demonic creation called boko haram. O Lord expose their financiers and sponsors within the govt. hierarchy in Nigeria and uproot them. Give shekau and his men no rest nor sleep O Lord until they surrender those girls. Your word says there is nothing hidden O Lord therefore expose the hideout of this evil gathering so that your children be rescued.Lord protect these girls supernaturally with your love, favour and mercy.Lord give them the spirit of love and let them be bold and fear not.Let your fire locate this evil doers and they be consumed in Jesus name.Lord grant the parents and loved ones of these girls inner strength during this temporary ordeal.Lord all eyes are on you worldwide, show these heathen and abominable dogs worldwide that we indeed serve a living God who answers by fire and cannot fail.Lord we invoke your Word Psalm 91 into lives of each of these innocent girls.U cannot return void O Lord. Father we are sure you will hear us and do for us what we ask for and vindicate your name because You said if two or more of us shall agree as touching anything on earth U will do it. Millions are agreeing O Lord.Thank u father for honouring your Word and terminating this despicable debacle and annihilating this evil vernom called boko haram and its sponsors. To you be all the glory, honor and adoration” #letspraywithfaith
Daddy Showkey – “IF NA UR PIKIN WEYTIN YOU GO DO TELL ME”
Kevin Hart – “#BringBackOurGirlsNow #BringBackOurGirlsNow”
Oluchi Orlandi – “Shine your light on Nigeria o lord of all creations.”
#terminatethebadmen #Makethemdisappear #Sowecanliveinpeace #bringbackourgirls
“The past few weeks has been a very trying time for Nigerians, especially the families of over 200 girls kidnapped in Borno state”.
But beyond the sadness and despair we feel about the abduction of these girls, the incident has united Nigeria in an unprecedented way and proved what we can achieve through a united effort. We have all raised our voices against this injustice, sparing no means to express ourselves.
What began as a social media campaign initiated by a few concerned individuals has erupted to a global one with people across the world lending their voice to the cause. You would have to be living in a cave not to have heard of #BringBackOurGirls.
Celebrities, leaders, media personalities, youths and regular citizens across the world have lent their voice to this campaign and through our collective effort, the situation is now getting the media attention it deserves.
It is sad that it took this long to gather this momentum, but, better late than never. The noose is tightening on the abductors of these innocent girls and I am very hopeful that they would be found soon and returned to their homes where they belong.
“We all deserve the right to be protected. And we must continue demand for change and value for our lives as Nigerians. Praying for positive feedback and the safety of our girls” #BringBackOurGirls!
Sandra Ankobiah – “#BringBackOurGirls”
Tee Billz – “My prayer is for anyone who is at this very moment struggling with things beyond their own control. My prayer is a cry to the LORD asking for His arms of protection to fall on each one of the girls Whatever their struggle this day, Lord, I pray You will reveal Your purposes in that struggle, and I ask You to comfort and sustain them. In faith we await our girls. #BringBackOurGirls #WeWantOurGirls #GodisAble”
Join the rally tomorrow Saturday 10th May 2014 at the Falomo Roundabout, Ikoyi, Lagos