"My prayers are with you Nigeria"

The reality star absolutely condemns the killings, stating that all lives should matter.

Khloe Kardashian has become the first Kardashian to speak on the deadly Baga massacre by the fierce terrorist group Boko Haram in Nigeria on January 3.

The reality star absolutely condemned the killings, stating that all lives should matter.

French Monatana's ex GF posted a summary message of the horrific incident on her Instagram on January 15, before writing:

'Can you imagine the fear that makes you let go of your child’s hand?” My prayers are with you Nigeria!!!!!!! #IamNigeria #PrayForAll #AllLivesMatter. Religion is NOT the focus here. The fact is any life taken is devastating and unacceptable.'

The Kardashians – Kris, Kim, Kourtney, Kylie & Kendall - previously supported the #BringBackOurGirls campaign last April 2014 when over 200 young girls were reportedly kidnapped by the Boko Haram group in the northern part of Nigeria.

Khloe obviously has showed she's family oriented when she mentioned 'mother' and 'child' in her new Insta-post. She joins the likes of other international stars like Madonna, Angelina Jolie, Nicki Minaj, Solange Knowles and Meek Mill to react to the recent #BagaKillings.

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