#BringBackOurBoys is currently trending on social media over the abduction of students of Government Science Secondary School, Kankara, Katsina state.
Suspected armed bandits attacked the school on Friday night.
Some Nigerians on Twitter called the the attention of the government, using #BringBackOurBoys to drive home their point.
Below are some reactions.
— Kunle (@Cute_smoulder) December 13, 2020
— #Endinsecuritynow (@elhassan_real) December 13, 2020
*The parents of these children hold no political office.
*These children are children of the poor, and because of that their lives doesn’t matter.@MBuhari you’ve failed these young promising children, you’ve failed Nigerians and you don’t deserve to be on that seat!
— M A X A 💫 (@maxajee) December 13, 2020
If 20 peaceful #EndSARS protesters gather, the Buhari govt will declare a curfew; it’s been 48 hours after 600 students were kidnapped by terrorists in Katsina, and there’s no curfew or lockdown there yet. #BringBackOurBoys
— Somto Onuchukwu (@chosensomto) December 13, 2020
I hope Garba Shehu, @GarShehu, wont say ‘The students of GSSS Kankara, had no permission to be in school’.
— Reno Omokri (@renoomokri) December 13, 2020
— king Of The North 👑♛ 📸📷 (@lukxybea) December 13, 2020
Our #chibokgirls some are still in captivity
The 46 farmers that were slain in day
Now #KankaraStudent and you’ve not shewed any concern rather sent in prayers.
— Donald Ido 🇳🇬 (@chefdonaldido) December 12, 2020
When Chibok girls where abducted by boko haram, Buhari’s comment was, “the government is playing politics with the issue.” Now under his watch, the worst part in his state, bandits abducted 600 hundreds students. Is he also playing politics with the issue? #BringBackOurBoys
— Konoplyanka. (@elkareemeey) December 13, 2020
— #BringBackOurBoys (@Imieey_) December 12, 2020
— Abdul-Aziz Na’ibi Abubakar (@jrnaib2) December 12, 2020
Last month it was #EndSARS because of police brutality and bad governance, some weeks back it was #ZabarmariMassacre in which 40+ farmers were beheaded. Today it’s #BringBackOurBoys because 600 students were kidnapped. I wonder what the next hashtag will be under @MBuhari. pic.twitter.com/RToLqwpX7U
— 🇳🇬Discourse🇳🇬 (@FoucaultzWizdom) December 13, 2020
— Kawu Garba (@KawuGarba) December 13, 2020
We are divided by politicians, religious bigots and trablism in Nigeria . It’s inhuman for some to be happy with current development in the north for a political agenda or religious disrespect and/or trabalism. Nigerians must change for our country to be better #BringBackOurBoys
— Hussaini Usman (@Comrd_Hussaini) December 13, 2020
— Farouk Amadou🌿 (@_turaii_) December 13, 2020
Imagine being in school and you get kidnapped! Not just one but 600? The level of insecurity is alarming. Every life matters. #BringBackOurBoys
— TML (@_Themmy2) December 13, 2020
Something must be wrong here. Does this make any sense?
The President who is in Daura, Katsina State sent a Federal Government delegation all the way from Abuja to go to the same Katsina state to commiserate with the government and people of the state.#BringBackOurBoys
— Malam_Őmer (@malam_Umer) December 13, 2020