Bring Back
Our Girls

Join us in our mission to advocate for the safe return of the Chibok schoolgirls who have been abducted for a decade!

About us

The Bring Back Our Girls (BBOG)  campaign is a global movement that stands in solidarity with the families and communities affected by the abduction of 276 schoolgirls from Chibok, Nigeria, on April 14, 2014. Led by concerned citizens, activists, and supporters worldwide, BBOG tirelessly works to ensure the safe return of these girls to their families and communities. While we are grateful for the return of 185 girls, 91 of them remain missing.

At the heart of the BBOG  campaign is a commitment to justice, human rights, and the protection of children. We demand accountability from the government and international bodies to prioritize the rescue and rehabilitation of the abducted girls and other victims of terrorism. Through advocacy, awareness-raising, and peaceful activism, we aim to keep the dilemma of the Chibok girls in the public eye until they are safely reunited with their loved ones.

Get Involved

You can make a difference by joining the BBOG campaign. Whether you’re an individual, organization, or concerned citizen, there are many ways to contribute:

Spread Awareness

Share our message on social media, organize events, or engage with local and international media to keep the issue alive in public discourse.


Write to your government representatives, policymakers, and international organizations urging them to prioritize efforts to rescue and support the abducted girls and other victims of terrorism.


Support organizations working to assist affected communities and families, including medical care, education, and trauma support.


Attend BBOG sit-out events, rallies, and marches to show solidarity with the abducted girls and their families. Every voice counts in our collective call for justice and accountability.

The abduction of the Chibok schoolgirls is not just a Nigerian tragedy but a global humanitarian crisis that demands urgent action. Join us in the fight to bring back our girls and ensure a brighter, safer future for all children.

Demands of the Movement

  1. The Federal Government and the Borno State government should ensure the immediate release of rescued Chibok girls to their families.
  2.  The Federal Government should include the recognition of the “Parents of Missing #ChibokGirls Association” and a commitment to transparency in rescue operations.
  3. Collaboration with affected families to formulate strategies for closure, alongside redesigning the Government Secondary School in Chibok.
  4. Announce Recognition of the Organisation, “Parents of Missing #ChibokGirls Association” and Inaugurate Quarterly Accountability Meetings with the Federal Government Inter-Agency High-Level Team under the Chairmanship of the President.
  5. Publish the Status Report on the Rescue of the 91 Still in Boko Haram Captivity: The Federal Government led by the Presidency should immediately publish a detailed update on the rescue of our remaining missing girls in print, electronic and social media for wide dissemination.
  6. Publish Detailed Status Report on the Debrief, Rehabilitation, Reintegration and Education of Rescued Girls: The Federal and Borno State Governments should publish a status report on the debrief, rehabilitation, reintegration, and education of the rescued girls in the custody of the Borno State government.
  7. Publish and Disclose all Investigation Panel Reports on #ChibokGirls: The Federal Government should be consistent with FGN membership of the global Open Government Partnership (OGP) and immediately publish and disclose the facts and findings of all investigation panel reports into the abduction of the Chibok girls.
  8. Announce plans for the arrest and successful prosecution of all persons indicted in the Sabo Report for negligence leading to the abduction and failure to launch swift search and rescue operation within 48 hours of abduction, respectively.
  9. Account for Budgeted Sums and Expenditures for Welfare of ChibokGirls: The Federal and Borno State Governments should publish an account of all funds appropriated and disbursed for the welfare of the abducted #ChibokGirls and their parents over the last 10 years.
  10. The government should expedite actions to reunite Leah Sharibu of the Dapchi girls, who are still missing, with her family.


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News Mentions

Headlines/ URL
BBC News
AljazeeraNigeria’s Chibok girls kidnapping: 10 years later, a struggle to move on
The New York Times
Daily TrustI Can’t Believe That After 10 Years, We Are Still Talking About Chibok Girls In Captivity — Aisha Yesufu
Voice of AfricaActivists, families remember Chibok schoolgirls 10 years later
All Africa
PunchAbduction of pupils now a trend – Founding member, BBOG
CNNHow the Chibok abductions continue to cast a long shadow over girls’ education in Nigeria
Daily TrustChibok Schoolgirls: 10 Years After
Daily TrustFalana To FG: There’s Need To Have Register Of Kidnapped, Missing Persons In Nigeria
The Cable‘A decade of shame’ — Yemi Adamolekun demands release of remaining Chibok girls
Head Topics91 Chibok schoolgirls still missing 10 years after abduction
Head Topics10 Years After Chibok: Nigerian girl-child still endangered species
The CableFalana: FG needs to have register of kidnapped, missing persons in Nigeria
ICIRFemi Falana calls for resumption of protests for Chibok girls’ release
AfricanewsNigeria: chibok abduction anniversary spurs demands for justice
BONewsChibok Kidnap: Parents Still Hopeful about Safe Return of Over 90 Girls After 10 Years
Opinion NigeriaBREAKING NEWS#BringBackOurGirls: 10 years since Chibok; We remember, and renew our call for justice with the closure to this decade of shame
News Central TVDozens Chibok Girls Remain in Captivity 10 Years After
Arise NewsChibok Girls: 10 Years in Captivity is Shameful and Embarrassing – Obe
Arise NewsTen Years On: Nigeria Remembers Abducted Chibok Girls -Anthony Kila | David Aworawo |Yemi Adamolekun
Al Jazeera English
Channels TVTwo Chibok Girls Recall Experience, Journey To Recovery 10 Years After Abduction
Arise NewsImpossible to Believe that 10 Years Later, 91 Chibok Girls Are in Captivity – Oyebode
Arise NewsChibok Parents’ Plea: Government Must Bring Back Remaining Abducted Girls – Yahi Bwata
Al Jazeera English
Midas Radio
Global Rights
VanguardTwo freed Chibok schoolgirls share harrowing experience 10 years after abduction

Sit-Outs & Past Events

For more information about the BBOG Global campaign and how you can get involved, please contact us via X, Facebook, and Instagram