Celebrities call for release of kidnapped girls

Michelle Obama, Angelina Jolie, Malala, Sean Penn, Ashton Kutcher, Bradley Cooper, Forest Whitaker, Justin Timberlake, are some of the celebrities who made this campaign with posters in social networks

The U.S. first lady Michelle Obama on Wednesday expressed sympathy for the more than 200 teenagers kidnapped in Nigeria, in a personal message on Twitter.

"Our prayers are with these missing Nigerian girls and their families.Time to # BringBackOurGirls, says the first lady on her account, @ FLOTUS, with a picture of herself in holding a poster where you can read # BringBackOurGirls in black letters on white background.

Social networks have been filled with messages of support for more than 200 Nigerian girls abducted.

Angelina Jolie described the suffering of the Nigerian girls "unimaginable cruelty" and the young activist Malala has sent her support to these girls like it at the time, have been deprived of their freedom and their rights.

The campaign is called # BringBackOurGirls and has been supported by many politicians and celebrities from the entertainment world.

Hillary Clinton hung on Twitter its rejection of any form of terrorism and highlighting the right of Nigerian girls.

Actors like Forest Whitaker, Sean Penn, Bradley Cooper and Ashton Kutcher have posted the photos with the message "Real men do not buy girls", condemning the trade in women and girls in Africa.

In the world of music, Chris Brown, Justin Timberlake have also joined the protest.

U.S. sent experts, including military, to help rescue the children, who were abducted from their school in northeastern Nigeria.

traslation. Belén Zapata