BringBackOurGirls protesters marked the 140th day of Chibok abduction Monday calling Nigerians' attention to the plight of Chibok Schoolgirls abducted by extremist group Boko Haram.
The protesters who were dressed mainly in red distributed fliers and educating the public about the plight of the abducted girls stressing that the rescue of the girls is government's responsibility.
They also displayed a bounded and gagged lady to bring home to Nigerians the plight of the 219 girls still in captivity after several promises of rescue by the government.
One of the leaders of the group, Aisha Yesufu, challenged those against the protest saying "If you think we are crazy, how would you feel if one the abducted girls is your daughter?"
Some of the there protesters who shared leaflets and stickers to motorists and passers by said they wanted the government to perform its responsibility.