Carla Williams, Union City: “I think they are doing the right thing now by stepping in and staying behind the scenes, so that they can get more information. We are considered the ‘world’s police,’ so doing what it takes to find these girls is the right thing.” Photo by Vincent Christie.
Desmond Fletcher, Fayetteville: “I think we should support them and help, but not start up something serious. We can send researchers and investigators and just help out but don’t start a war or anything.” Photo by Vincent Christie.
Brandon Gray, Fayetteville: “I feel they should go after them. It’s just one man, and they go after a whole lot of other people in control of whole countries and stuff. I mean they should be able to take care of that pretty easily. We have more than enough resources at our disposal to take care of that and bring some happiness to some family members.” Photo by Vincent Christie.
Myjhan Wheeler, Fayetteville: “I feel like they should help but if Nigeria is not doing anything, I don’t feel like we should. I feel it’s Nigeria’s problem and if they ask us to help than we should but we shouldn’t volunteer it.” Photo by Vincent Christie.
Haley Lowe, Fayetteville: “I feel that if we can find a way to take care of it in a non-hostile way or manner, we should definitely help. But I feel if the government does nothing, it will become just like KONY 2012 and Americans, themselves, will forget everything.” Photo by Vincent Christie.