When does a movement go from being a force for achieving good, to having “Camera in my face” Hollywood types hijacking the movement for their enormous egos? If the Bring Back Our Girls Movement, a movement which was formed to raise awareness about over two hundred girls who were kidnapped nearly two ago from Government Girls Secondary School, Chibok, Borno state is creeping towards this stage, is there something to be done about it? Or has the movement reached a point where a falling apart because it has lost sight of its priorities is inevitable? Kayode Faniyi is the guest writer on the blog and he gives his frank and honest opinion on the questions above and more.
HAS BBOG LOST ITS RELEVANCE? – http://wp.me/p1kLkd-96