'Doesn't matter where help comes from' to find missing girls

A father rallying in Abuja who came with his six-month-old daughter said that he felt the pain of the parents of the abducted girls, expressing the hope that international help would bring the girls back home safely:

Usman Tumsah said:

"It does not matter where the help is coming from, so long as we would say this problem is resolved once and for all," the father of four said.

Weeks after the April 15 mass abduction, President Goodluck Jonathan finally accepted help from the United States, Britain, France and China - much to the anger of Nigerian nationals.

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