“Today is Mothers’ Day and it is being celebrated around the world. We are using the occasion to say that we are feeling the pains of the mothers of these abducted girls.
“They (the abducted girls) are not rogues, and they re not criminals. They are just innocent girls who want basic education, to change the society for the better.
“We are using today’s occasion to make a passionate appeal to the abductors to please release our girls. We need them alive, safe and in sound health.
“We salute the government for its efforts so far. But that must be intensified and all hands must be on deck to bring back our girls,” she said.
The procession, which terminated at the Iseyin Local Government’s secretariat at about 4 p.m., lasted for about three hours.(NAN)