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PHOTOS: Michelle Obama, Malala Yousafzaï, Drake And Other Celebrities Lend Support To #bringbackourgirls

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Michelle Obama, Hillary Clinton, Drake, Isha Sesay, Mary J, Blige, and Naomi Campbell have lent their support to the abducted Chibok girls. They posted pictures of them with #bringbackourgirls placards. Peep more pictures when you continue!

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Amy Poehler and Malala Yousafzai tweeted their support for the Bring Back Our Girls campaign
Hilary Clinton was among those who tweeted in support of the campaign, which encourages military intervention to recover the girls who were kidnapped by Boko Haram rebels on April 14
Kevin Frazier and Thea Andrews, co-hosts of The Insider, shared this photo via Twitter
Backing: Celebrities including Mary J Blige have joined a worldwide social media campaign putting pressure on the Nigerian government to bring the girls back
Global support: (From left to right) Wunmi Shitta from Lagos, actress Julie Hesmondhalgh and Uju Nwolum, from Anambra attend a demonstration in Manchester about the kidnapping
Worldwide protest: Students from the European Student Union added their voices to the campaign
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  1. wilson okpalla

    May 8, 2014 at 10:10 am

    Mohammed can't actually send sm lunatics to go abduct innocent and harmless girls all in the name of religion… If truly this is what the koran teaches, then I think it should abolished if then were are this nuts getting their inspiration from..??




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