See What Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala Said About The Over 300 Abducted School Girls Today
By Domkadnews | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 0 views
Indeed Nigerians are highly saddened and disappointed today following the unfortunate abduction of over 300 school girls in Zamfara state by kidnappers.
It is obvious that no one is left in the expression of bitterness on social media over what has happened as both the rich and the poor, political and everyone has something to say about it.
Check out what the recently installed director-general of the World Trade Organization in person of Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala said about it via her official twitter handle below:
"Very sad to learn about the abduction of the Zamfara girls following on the heels of the Kagara boys. Praying for their safe recovery and stronger protection. Hoping for a more secure environment for our children to learn #safeschoolinitiative"Below are some reactions from Twitter users to her tweet:Since some Nigerians have reacted to what we are facing, why not drop your own thoughts about it below and also share this piece with someone.
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