Christians prayed in the Nigerian capital Sunday for the girls abducted by an Islamist militant group.
More than 300 girls were abducted nearly a month ago from their school in Nigeria’s remote northeast. Fifty-three girls managed to escape but the rest remain in captivity.
Police say Boko Haram is threatening to sell the girls into slavery.
The Islamist militant group abducted at least 11 more girls last week from two remote villages in the northeast.
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