Hundreds of parents of kidnapped Chibok schoolgirls have embarked on a peaceful march through Abuja, Nigeria’s capital.
There are high emotions, as they mark 600 days since they were taken by Islamist sect, Boko Haram. Over 200 girls were kidnapped by the terrorists.
They are marching to the presidential villa where they want to meet President Muhammadu Buhari, who shocked them when he revealed recently that there was no credible intelligence to suggest where the girls were.
Some parents are so upset that they have sat down in middle of the road crying and wailing. A bus is going to come and take them to the venue.