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Friday, October 14, 2016

Wordless Morning Post

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57 comments:

  1. I am not surprised. So who are the high profiled boko haram that were released for these 21 girls. Nija we hail thee. Buhari you try ooo continue to release your brothers.

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  2. OlaGold (add up 58BF8F56 for 18-24k raw gold dust and bar)14 October 2016 at 09:08

    Hmmmmm!!!

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  3. There are process to releasing the girls back to their families.
    First, proper medical attention.
    Interviews with DSS
    Then visit by their families and further investigation/interviews with DSS.
    Parents should not be in a hurry,it is less than 48hours we heard about the news.

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    1. No you have the sequence on backwards. For any organization that is serious about safety, first thing is for someone particularly relative to identify them before they can be embraced by the state sef because there could be infiltrators planted amongst them. You dont just pick up a group of girls left for you in the middle of the forest and fly straight to aso rock without properly identifying them. Im talking of saner climes tho as this is Nigeria where posing for the media is first and safety is not important

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    2. 100 likes for Chinelo's comment.

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  4. Wordless comment.
    I cant begin to imagine what their parents must have gone through.

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  5. War Coconut room oil14 October 2016 at 09:15

    Hmmmmmmm i hope this is not staged... Nigeria and everyday dramaπŸ€”

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  6. 21 girls for four book harm?
    I feel for these girls, only God knows their present state of mind.

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  7. Nigeria my country,wonder when we will stop deceiving ourselves! Smhw

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  8. Chibok girls swapped with Boko Haram Militants?
    When did Nigeria starts negotiating with terrorist?
    I raise Beyonce hands for this country sef.

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    1. Oh u raised Beyonce hands for them, u nor try at all,i raise both blue and jayz hands join.

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  9. But I watched them on the news yesterday,there was only one with a child,well......

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  10. Sahara Sahara,sometimes una news dey get kleg...Thank Almighty God for the freed girls, that's the most important news for us.

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  11. I'm happy and sad at the same time. May God see them through the psychological trauma.

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  12. I don't believe anything Sahara says.

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    1. Thanks for reminding me
      Make I vote now

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  14. What is happening gan?
    Different stories everywhere......
    God help us in dis country o.

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  15. its nice to know those 21 young ladies are free, my prayers to those yet to be.

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  16. The North has always been the cause of Nigeria's woes!!!
    Just imagine the nonsense!

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  17. My head is turning with this.

    At a point I didn't know wot to believe of the Chibok girls. But watching the News last night and seeing them,my heart just broke!
    Those girls looked gaunt,malnourished and it was just soo plain sad to watch them. They were smiling and the smile was just soo "innocent" And it brought to mind that these were once innocent girls who got their lives truncated. Only God knows horror these poor darlings must have gone through.

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    1. ...and the idiots turned 18 out of the 21 girls into nursing mothers, their innocence taken away forever! TGW,how have you been hunny? Sending one of your e-hugs😁😁😁

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    2. Sweetie! M good Darling and hope u guys are too. Kisses to u baby! 😘

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  18. Ummmmh! This is serious!

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  19. hmmmmmm! i dont believe this chibok story jare

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  20. Chibok scam and western propaganda to milk Nigerias treasury in the guise of selling weapons after Ebola conspiracy.

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    1. Something terrible must be wrong with you. How can you call all these realities conspiracy and propaganda? Cos none affected you directly right?

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  21. Which chibok girls are they talking about here

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  22. Oh my, I hope theses girls get the help they need. It is well with this nation.

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  23. Dey negotiated wit terrorists?omg!dey exchanged 21 girls wit militants?dis is terrible I swear....God save nigeria!!

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    1. Anonymous gangster.14 October 2016 at 11:57

      If na ur pikin dem kidnap, u go Care who dem use to take release am? Follow follow comment.

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    2. Ur opinion....y on earth will dey agree to release militants in exchange for girls?incompetent govt....mscheeeeeew!

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  24. A typical example of whose report shall we believe

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  25. A typical example of whose report shall we believe

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  26. I said it here yesterday that they were swapped with four boko boys Donmayor almost bite me with his eze ule.

    Be careful people
    The released boko boys are angry and would do anything to get back at innocent people for being put away all this while.

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  27. Chibok girls were never missing, let's stop deceiving ourselves, i wonder when Nigerians will wise up.....

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  28. Boko haram probably ran out of funds for milk and pampers hence the release of nursing mothers.The damage is irreparable.... You never negotiate with terrorists.

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  29. Buhari and Osbande's drama continues.... liars

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