Over a hundred days since 200 plus girls were abducted from their beds in a school in Chibok, Borno State, Nigeria and these girls are yet to be released by their abductors who are part of Islamist terror group Boko Haram.

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Over a hundred days and in many ways the world has not forgotten as protests are still being held, voices are still being raised and parents are still hopeful.

Spoken word artist, Theresa Lola is adding her voice to the cries of parents of the abducted girls as well as concerned Nigerians with this heart-wrenching spoken word piece that truly, deeply touches the heart. This moving piece by Theresa Lola is an impassioned plea for peace that urges us not to forget.

Theresa Lola tackles the issue of the Boko Haram abduction of schoolgirls in Nigeria. Theresa Lola questions their motives and pleads for a restoration of peace – whilst also reassuring the girls that they are not forgotten.

“I can hear their cry”. Watch the video below:

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