Friday, May 9, 2014

In Pictures: Osun State First Lady, Other Prominent Women Protest Abduction Of School Girls

The wife of the Osun State Governor, Mrs Sherifat Aregbesola, and other women yesterday marched to the office of her husband, the State Governor to protest the abduction of Chibok missing school girls. 

Other women who were present are; the Deputy Governor, Mrs Titi Laoye-Tomori; Member House of Representatives, Honourable Ayo Omidiran; Commissioner for Women and Children Affairs, Mrs Mofolake Adegboyega; Aare Iyaloja, Alhaja Awawu amongst others. Hopefully these protests won’t stop until the girls are found. More photos after the cut.




Osun State students protesting the abduction of their fellow students in Chibok at the Governor’s Office

23 comments:

  1. Best protest group ever

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  2. Another 1st lady blunder and embarrassment! What is wrong with these 1st ladies? Daughters totally misspelt. Daugher is not word! Shame on everyone holding the placard!

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    1. Shut up. Did she print it herself. Ode you can't see the trees but the forest.

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  3. Abeg go siddon for one place

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  4. I don tire for this protest thing ooo, there is God oooo #in mama peace voice# DERA MI

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  5. So why are they wearing black, abi dem Don see vision ni

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  6. Mumu! Am sure u had F9 in ur SSCE .Go and eat cockroach!




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  7. Mother's pain. I can imagine

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  8. Why black attire

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  9. their black attire only signifies an end to boko haram and wickedness in Nigeria..

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    1. Chineke! See interpreter

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  10. All these first ladies are just faking up things

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  11. God bless your huzzle

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  12. They look too serious about it

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  13. Lord have mercy

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  14. Protest must continue

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  15. Mrs Aregbesola is truly beautiful

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  16. Hope it will yield a good fruit

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  17. They should go to Chibok and protest Oo┬║°˚ ˚° .....Chai chai

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  18. Is it just the protest or campaign for 2015

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