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Former Nigeria presidential assistant, Reno Omokri, shared on his Facebook page #FreeLeahSharibu tracksuit clothing line, launched by British MP Boris Johnson, with all proceeds towards the family of Leah Sharibu.

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Leah Sharibu, 15-year-old, was abducted on 19th February 2018 with her classmates of Government Science college, Dapchi in Yobe state, Nigeria.

The teenager is still detained by the Boko Haram and has outwardly refused to denounce her Christian faith, while some other girls from her class were released by the terrorist group.

Reno previously shared some photographs of him climbing the Mount Everest with the t-shirts showing the hashtag #FreeLeahSharibu.

He wrote:

I am now back home from Nepal and I would like to thank Nathan and Rubeccah (not Rebecca) Sharibu, my partners in the #FreeLeahSharibu movement and those who donated to the family (I refused to be sponsored and asked that EVERY penny go to Leah’s family). Lastly, I thank Mr Boris Johnson, MP, for launching the #FreeLeahSharibu clothing line.

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