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Friday, June 27, 2014.

Sharp Band Distributes 20,000 Free CDs Of Special Song On Chibok Girls To
Re-aweken Dwindling Awareness!

Popular musical group, Sharp Band just perfected a novel concept.

The making waves just did a special song on world focus occurrence, the Chibok kidnap.

Extremist group, Boko Haram had kidnapped over 200 school girls from the northern community. And despite world outcry and arrival of international aid to complement local efforts- the whereabouts of the abducted girls remain a mystery.

After over two months of public agitation and protests ( the kidnap was on April 14), and


with football fiesta world cup on - the frenzy for recovery of the 'girls' appeared to have waned.

And the singing group led by Anesi Ivahrue just perfected a move to re -awaken the public conscious.

The group penned and produced a special song titled 'Bring Back Our Girls', bringing to fore the pains and agony of family of the victims- and why the nation should not relent until they are recovered. And they are currently distributing about 20,000 copies of the musical work free.

The group's publicist Joseph Eromosele provides more details in this reproduced material

'The famous Sharp Band has not relented on its efforts to ensure that the over 200 girls abducted by Boko Haram insurgents are brought back alive.

The band has intensified its campaign by giving it a new dimension, targeting entertainment spots as delivery centres.

The band has just released about 20,000 copies of its new single on CD as part of its efforts to further sensitize Nigerians about the situation of the kidnapped girls at the moment, whose whereabouts are still unknown.

'The CD’s have been distributed across entertainment and fun spots in the country, including The Palms, Sports Shark, Mouve 21 and others, where fun seekers are already enjoying the life touching song.

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