Nigerians protest against girls' abduction

Angry at government's slow response, protesters demand answers on what is being done to find the missing girls.

Last updated: 01 May 2014 18:46
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More than a fortnight has passed since at least 190 girls were kidnapped from a school in Nigeria.

People who are angry at the government's slow response protested in the capital Abuja on Wednesday. 

They promise to keep asking questions and to demand answers about what is being done to find the missing girls.

Al Jazeera's Yvonne Ndege reports from Abuja.


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