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"Malala... a true inspiration - Bukky Shonibare

My friend, Bukky Shonibare posted a picture of  Malala and herself, had this to say about Malala's visit and I thought to share. In her words,

"Malala... a true inspiration.
Thank you Malala Yousafzai for coming to Nigeria to amplify the voice of the abducted girls and to support the #BringBackOurGirls campaign. Having you on the soil of Nigeria is the greatest comfort for us at this time when we get condemnation rather than commendation. Silence is no longer an option.
We only pray and hope that you adding your voice would propel the right kind of action so we have RESULT within the shortest possible time. Nigerians are grateful!"

It is reported that Malala will be speaking to President Jonathan today, Monday on the Chibok girls rescue and other girl-child and education matters I guess. Let's hope this becomes the last major straw that will #BringBackOurGirls.

I love the fact that I was born to see these times as a Nigerian, good shall triumph over evil and so I pray.


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