The Nigerian government needs international help to rescue more than 200 missing girls that were kidnapped and sold for $12 in the Northeast, by the Boko Haram terrorist network more than two weeks ago. Senator Ali Ndume for the area in NorthEastern Nigeria stated the government must do “whatever it takes, even seeking external support to make sure these girls are released. “About 50 girls have managed to escape from the captors in the first days of the abduction but about 220 remain missing. Human rights groups says villagers reporting that sources of girls are being transported into neighboring countries of Chad and Cameroon.
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