Nigeria is working hard to solve the problem of the enslaved schoolgirls kidnapped from Chibok in April. How? By banning protests in Abuja, that’s how.
Police in Nigeria’s capital have banned all protests planned in support of the more than 200 girls kidnapped in April.
Commissioner Joseph Mbu said the proliferation of such protests “is now posing a serious security threat” to those living around, and driving through, demonstration sites in the capital city of Abuja.
“I cannot fold my hands and watch this lawlessness,” he said in a statement Monday.
The lawlessness of protesting the failure to rescue the schoolgirls, he means. That’s his priority.