The abducted female students were freed on 19 February by the Boko Haram terrorist organization. Luckily the girls seem all in good health and they seem to have not suffered violence.
But now we must all ask together: how many more girls must be abused and abducted, raped and forced to marry violent men who do not love them and will never love them, and this only because they want to attend school and realize Professionally? Many, too many girls are forced to leave their studies too soon, considered wrongly incapable of understanding complex concepts, left at the mercy of men who want to submit them in all and for all, sex slaves and condemned to serve the Husbands without any right.
The battle to give all women adequate education and with it the possibility of realizing and making themselves independent economically must continue, without if and without but, because only the culture and education of women can defeat those ideologies Obsolete who would still like women at home, without rights, submissive and without any dignity. Women’s education in some parts of the world is scary because educated women do not get commanded, they do not lower their heads and they do not submit to anyone.
As Nobel Prize winner, Malala Yousafzai, herself a victim of who would want to relegate women to the role of serve, says that a child, a book and a pen can change the world and for this we must fight together with her to ensure a quality education to All the women in the world.