The world is paying attention to the abduction of Nigerian schoolgirls because the numbers are so high, but the slavery of girls is prevalent in northern Nigeria, and is often not reported when the victims are taken in ones and twos, says Aidan McQuade, Director of Anti-Slavery International. The abuse stems from a lack of respect for women and girls, he tells CNN anchor Jim Clancy.
PLEASE THIS SHOULD BE AIRED ON CNN Bokoharam stones one of the chibok gurls to death/18 above only,https://scontent-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hvideo-frc3/v/t42.1790-2/10310736_624603584286971_1089137819_n.mp4?oh=bc7e95b8e1547ec7690c8dbf32604c4e&oe=536C6507 info: from WATERZONE LTD
Y ESTO NO ES SOLO PELICULA, A LOS QUE HABLAN DE ELLOS NO LES DICEN LOCOS?.
LOS ZOMBIES TAMBIEN SON MONITOREADOS REMOTAMENTE EJERCITOS DEL MUNDO O ES QUE ES OTRA HITORIA DE INVASION OVNI ORSON WE OR YOU.
AND THIS IS NOT JUST FILM, THE PEOPLE SPEAK ABOUT THESE ARE NOT, CRAZY?.
THE ZOMBIES ARE ALSO NEURONAL MONITORED REMOTELY OR ARMIES OF THE WORLD THE NEW HISTORY IS ANOTHER UFO INVASION OF ORSON WE OR YOU.
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