Leah Sharibu’s One Year In Captivity: Reno Omokri, Other British Protest In London (Photos)

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It is exactly one year since kidnapped Dapchi school girl, Leah Sharibu has been in the cruel hands of his captive, Boko Haram, and Reno Omokri joined other Britain citizens in London to protest her continuous captivity.

On February 19, 2018, the dreaded Boko Haram terrorist stormed the Government Girls Secondary School in Dapchi, Yobe State and took away 110 students.

While five of the girl students were reported dead, 104 others were released by the Islamic extremist after reaching negotiation with the federal government, the only Christian among the kidnapped girls, Leah Sharibu was held unto for refusing to renounce her faith.

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While many have hailed Leah for her bold stance, calls, in different forms have been made to the federal government to ensure the release of the young lady.

It is now one year since her kidnapped, and protests have been done at different places to reiterate calls for her release.

From London, Reno shared the pictures of this protest with the follow caption on his twitter handle.

“HAPPENING NOW: Marking #AYearOfLeahSharibusCaptivity In Front of Nigeria’s High Commission London #FreeLeahSharibu. I also spoke to Leah’s mum, Rubeccah Sharibu (not Rebecca) on speakerphone where she thanked the protesters and we shared a word of prayer with her.”

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