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Protesters in Nigeria: "Release our daughters"

Women in Nigeria are red with anger. They're protesting in Lagos to demand the government intensify efforts to rescue 234 kidnapped school girls. (SOUNDBITE) (English) CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, SERENDIPITY HOUSE AND GOD'S WIVES INTERNATIONAL, AYO YEMISI, SAYING: "What we are here to do is to let the government know that they should declare the identity of the kidnapers and release our daughters. This is not too much an assignment for Nigeria to do and that is why we are here." The girls were abducted three weeks ago from their school in the northeast. On Monday, the Islamist militant group Boko Haram claimed responsibility for the abduction. French news agency AFP reports the group is threatening to sell the girls on the market. Protesters say they won't stop until the girls are safe. (SOUNDBITE) (English) REPRESENTATIVE FOR YOUTH EMPOWERMENT AND DEVELOPMENT NIGERIA, CHARLOTTE OBIDAIRO, SAYING: "Well this is the beginning, I guess Ni

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