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Nigerians in new abduction protest

The furore over the kidnapping of more than 200 Nigerian schoolgirls by Islamist militants isn't dying down. Dozens of Nigerians gathered at this intersection in the capital, Abuja, to press home their demands for government action. (SOUNDBITE)(English) PROTEST LEADER JIBRIN IBRAHIM SAYING: "Why is it that 31 days after the abduction of these girls not much has been done to rescue them? We feel that this is totally unacceptable, we feel it has not been prioritised by our government." The kidnappers, Boko Haram, have said they'd hand back the girls in exchange for the release of imprisoned militants. The government's rejected the proposal but there are mixed views about that on the streets of Lagos. (SOUNDBITE)(English) PATRICK, BUSINESSMAN, SAYING: "I support the president's stand on that exchange. (It) doesn't make sense and no right-thinking president would want to exchange criminals for hostages." (SOUNDBITE)(English) GODWIN UMAMA, E

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