Nigeria's First Lady Patience Dramatically "Weeping" On National TV Hours Before She Ordered Arrest Of #BringBackOurGirls Protest Leader

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Nigeria's first lady, Patience Jonathan "wept" openly on national TV in Nigeria yesterday some 21 days after 276 girls were abducted by Boko HAram militants from a high school in Chibok, Borno State. As it turned out, Mrs. Jonathan who was meeting with the Principal of the high school, several wives of state governors and women groups wasn't "weeping" about the abductions. She was actually interrogating the principal of the school and other activists for orchestrating the story about the abductions with the aim of "killing" her husband, President Goodluck Jonathan. According to several persons in attendance, Mrs. Jonathan did not believe in the abduction saga. Shortly after the televised "weeping" Mrs. Jonathan ordered the arrest of Naomi Mutu Nyadar who is one of the prominent leaders of the #BringBackOurs Girls campaign rally that took place in Abuja last week. Mrs. Nyadar remains in detention chauffeured around by security agents to unknown destinations in Abuja.

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