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Nigerians react to reports officials have located missing girls

A day after a Nigerian military official said they've located the more then 200 abducted girls but have ruled out using force to rescue them, locals in Lagos -- both Muslims and Christians gathered to pray for the girls' safe return. (SOUNDBITE) (English) CONSULTANT, YEMISI RANSOME-KUTI, SAYING: "It's difficult to imagine that they will know where they are and they cannot do anything about it. The news that shocked me was that the militants were negotiating for 100 prisoners, for 50 girls. I mean, what kind of negotiation is that? That's a non-starter. You don't negotiate on those terms and then pull out at the end. At the beginning of negotiation, you have, you, the person negotiating must have the upper hand, the best that you want out of the negotiation. Not only should you be negotiating for the girls, you should also be negotiating for the end of terrorism." In both Lagos and Abuja, they speculated about the risks of military action and the motive behind the ann

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