Miss Cameroon USA Joins Rally for Abducted Nigerian School Girls
Miss Cameroon USA, Nora Ndemazia, has joined the rally for abducted Nigerian school girls. Nigeria’s militant Islamist group Boko Haram abducted the more than 200 girls from a boarding school in the northern town of Chibok on April 14.
The world is still watching in outrage as the news of the School Girls continues to unfold. As time continues to fly by, the hundreds helpless children remain in capture. This has sent thousands of Nigerian Women to the streets demanding swift government action to bring back their children. Back in the United States, Miss Africa USA Delegates and Team continue to use Social Networks to call for Action. The Newly Crowned Miss Cameroon USA and Finalist for Miss Africa USA Pageant 2014 Nora Ndemazia stepped into action last weekend and joined the rally in Washington DC to #BringBackOurGirls. In her speech she empathized with the mothers and families of the abducted girls, stressing how much she feels their pain. To the terrorists she emphasized that Education is not ‘an enemy’ women and girls are not properties of men to be marketed, sold and abused. She called on the governments of Nigeria, The United States and the International Community to take action now and #BringBackourgirls. Nigeria defended its response to the kidnapping of hundreds of schoolgirls by the terror group Boko Haram, even as details emerged Tuesday about a second mass abduction, adding to a growing global outrage over the fate of the children. President Goodluck Jonathan has been under fire over accusations the government initially ignored and then later downplayed the abduction of the girls, who have become the focal point of a social media campaign demanding their safe return.