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Tuesday, January 08, 2019

Tales Of A Libyan Returnee -The End!

This is the last part of the Libyan returnee tales....Hopefully,she find closure .....








I quickly adapted to motherhood, thanks to my experienced friends and google, I received lots of cash gift of over 2000 dinars, I kept the money and decided to return back to Nigeria.


 Before the repatriation process sponsored by IOM, returning back to Nigeria was difficult, you could only get flights tickets during festive period, So returning to Nigeria wasn't something someone could wake up and do,but the presence of IOM changed everything and flights were made available thanks to the Slave trade saga. 


After spending 41 days at home, I went to the embassy and got my Emergency Travel Certificate and I registered to be repatriated back home.


I used all the cash gifts I got for baby clothes and some valuables since sending money to Nigeria was impossible, I arranged my goods and occasionally went to the embassy to inquire about my flight date. The waiting period was very long and boring so I decided to learn more Arab cuisine from our landlady, her house was just stone throw from ours...


 I would stroll there in the afternoon with my son and develop my skills. I spent my afternoons with her and read online gossips in the evening, during one of my gossip rendezvous, I came across SDK blog September 2017 and I became addicted to it because of the BVs comment; they were funny and kept me entertained. 


After 3 months of registration, I got a call from the embassy, I went to the embassy, got my TC and flight ticket, I went back home and informed my friends, they were all happy and those that registered for repatriation kept their fingers crossed.

I arrived Nigeria with my Son on 30th Nov. 2017, it was a breathe of fresh and for the first time in years, I smiled and muttered 'Home Sweet Home'.

Let me also chip this in, the reason why it is difficult to return home immediately you get to Libya is that, most girls were taken to the shrine to swear with their lives not to run away or disclose anything to anyone.
Some girl's pubic hair and armpit are collected and kept until you finish paying your Mistress. 


Before the inception of IOM, flights only move during holidays or festive period, so you have to keep thriving till then.


 I hope this my story discourages people from going to Libya, because nothing good can come out of Libya, for every 200 rescued girls, there are still over 2000 girls trapped in prisons.

I went with goals and ambition but I came back with low self-esteem but not afraid to speak up, not afraid to start afresh because I am a survivor.

The End.

115 comments:

  1. The guy that got her pregnant... Did he abandoned her?

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    1. She was raped.

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    2. It is well with you and your son dear poster.

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    3. Jeez. God bless you. You have suffered

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    4. Na which kine mumu question u dey ask? Haven't u bin reading d episodes... mtchew

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    5. What abt the boyfriend? He is happy you left libya?

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    6. You went through alot dear. I pray you find closure.
      It's not late to start afresh. Be happy and don't stop believing in God. I love your spirit. Kisses to your son.

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    1. This is the slogan for the end of movies in Nigeria😊
      To God be the glory.

      On a more serious note, I'm happy for the poster and I pray she finds closure. It Is well with you dear poster

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  3. Wow! You're indeed a strong woman! Hope all turns out fine with you and the baby!

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    1. Thank God for bringing you home safe dear. May God not forsake ypu and your Son.

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  4. Woooow. Thank God you are back home. May you find peace of mind and complete healing. I love your strength and courage may things fall in line in your favour.

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    1. Poster thank God you survived, many people died but God saved you for a purpose.. Your son is biracial? You are lucky ooo... He will be treated like a king here in Nigeria.

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    2. Fan Emmanuel, you still have a longgggg way to go. Nawa

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    3. @fan Emmanuel u don't think before speaking. She is lucky she was raped by an Arab??? Ur case hard aswear

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    4. Angry birds. She already has a son isn't it? She is lucky her son is biracial abi make I come dey tell her she's unlucky to have a biracial son? She was raped and that was in the past. So you people should try and give her the happiness she seeks. Tufiakwa some people

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    5. Beautiful and gracious8 January 2019 at 14:47

      @Fan Emmanuel really πŸ™„..... Sometimes we can read and pass not necessary to drop comments everytime

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    6. See fan justifying her slave mentality and stupidity. So those with black kids are unlucky?

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    7. She still dey argue sef.Gosh.

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    8. Dis fan Emmanuel sef, so mixed race now means royalty in Nigeria?.... May God free u frm ur slave mentality....cos u're still in chains, sadly, u're not aware!

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    9. Fan, you are genuinely the dumbest thing I have ever come across in my over 3 decades on earth.
      As in, your skull should be studied just to answer the question 'HOW'.

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  5. poster you are a strong woman but please see a counselor.

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  6. Welcome home girl and God bless you. With good support you can set up a good restaurant to practice those things you learnt/ go back to school.

    But you see the girls we you wan discourage from going to Libya, them dey press phones all nights to get out. Naija no be sweet home for them o. Naija na hell them dey call am. Anything abroad is better, even "Sudanistan".

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    1. Me too, I want to go to Libya. Just waiting for opportunity before I do fiam! No country can be worse than Nigeria.. BVs make una wish me well ooo

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    2. Ehen!!!! @ anon 13:40,so after reading all this tales, you still want to go eeh

      Poster thank GOD for your life, you are indeed a survivor

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    3. Anon 13:40 you are a goat. The torture and pain you will receive there will kill you. You still haven't learn anything from this platform. Idiot

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    4. Why the name callings? Did I ask you guys to follow me? All I seek for is your good wishes. Your opinion doesn't count. I will be more careful

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    5. @Anonymous....you will not succeed in Jesus Name.amen.
      I have never seen a gullible fellow like you before.
      Who are your parents??...A daughter from the pit of hell!!
      Get your ass together and do something with your life...nonsense!!

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    6. See the way you people are cussing her. She read and she understood. Let her be.

      Experience is the best teacher in life. Your opinion does not matter anymore because she has made up her mind.

      Let her go and come back with chronicles. Shebi I will say eayah and ekpele

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    7. You people should leave her so she can write the next Libya returnee chronicle for us to read.

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    8. Anon 15:40 are u for real??? Safe journey in advance. pls don't forget to send in your chronicles too whether good or bad.

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    9. Amen πŸ™πŸΌ to your prayer. Whatever you wish yourself is mutual.

      You guys don’t abuse her na. Just like a child being shielded from putting hand in the πŸ”₯ but refuses because it’s attractive, allow her to go experience it also if not she won’t believe nor learn.

      Nne over to you. Good luck on your eager ambitions. Love you plenty πŸ™‚

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  7. @Stella, please launch a "purse for Libya returnee and her kid" some people want to donate. Just her account number will do.
    Thanks.

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    1. Yes please, Stella let's help her settle in.

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    2. I'd like to donate too.

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    3. Yes please, nothing is too small

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    4. I will too. Please post her details and let's support her. She also needs to see a therapist a d our support can help her make it happen.

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    5. Na so the pity party has started.

      Poster thank God you finally borrowed sense.
      I wish you well.
      I no pity you sha.....some of these things are avoidable.
      Now you shout home sweet home..when you were swearing with pant. Na home wickes home.
      You enjoyed the consequences of your actions though. You are no saint and neither am I but I wont foolishly tow this path.

      Thank God this your story don end. Twas getting boring.

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  8. awwww...my heart goes out to you. You're one brave woman. ❤

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  9. Thank God for you BV... I pray that your self-esteem is restored and that our good lord will change your story to glory... Nigerians when get hear... make una hear word ooo and for some useless parents who prefers wealth, houses and cars to the well-being and betterment of their future should read this and advice themselves. BV IT IS WELL WITH YOUR SOUL.

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  10. What a horrible tale of dehumanization. Poster I thank God for your life o. You are indeed a strong person..some pple would have long committed suicide cos of the experience but you kept pushing. Do not worry God has made a way for you already.

    I wish you all the best in your mother land.

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    1. "Mother land?"
      This G n M eh
      So "best in her mother land" (MOTHERLAND)
      But your eyes dey abroadland eh, okwa ya?
      Hope this story go make you press phones less for night.

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    2. G and M what did you collect from this Anonymous Naija Girls eh?

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  11. after reading your story, I can say you're indeed a strong lady, and I believe and pray for a helper to locate you, and change your life for good, you have suffered a lot. thanks for sharing your story

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  12. God bless you and your son
    I know you will get the closure you seek and your story will serve as a deterrent to those who would want to embark on this dark journey.

    May God heal you permanently...Amen.

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    1. Amen.
      And thank God say she no shoot off her sweet little boy!

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  13. Wow. I followed your story from the beginning and looking forward to this part. All I can say is thank God for your life! Lessons learnt.

    I hope this serve as a deterrent to others seeking to toe this path. Like you wrote, of every 200 girls rescued, 2000 more are still trapped in slavery. Not everyone will live to tell the tales like this poster.

    Enjoy your day.

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  14. Thanks for sharing.
    I pray you get the closure you yearn for.

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    1. If you hear stories of what girls like these do...hmmm..from stealing to murder to drug pushing.


      This poster last last painted herself as one good person that went for only househelp work...liar..ashawo is in the blood. She will still enter road if given the opportunity ma pickin make am simmer down.

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  15. May God give you the strength to rebuild you self esteem

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  16. I stopped at chapter 3

    Thank God you’re safe

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  17. Thank God you are home, God will see through. Kisses to your baby

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  18. What a read! Read every single part of your story. Hope you find closure from writing this. It is well with you and your son poster, this is not the end for you it is just a traumatic bend in your life's journey as you pick up the pieces of your life and try to make a message out of the mess, I pray you find the comfort and help you need to move above and beyond this bend. God bless you and your son poster may He shower on you the grace to love your son the way he deserves as it is not his fault how he was conceived.
    You are a good writer you can try your hands on writing:novels, movie scripts,short stories you never can tell what can come out of it.

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  19. You are really a survivor. Well done. You will really find closure. Nigeria is good and bad but people still make it here. No place like home despite our useless government.

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  20. Thank God, you are alive to tell the story
    It is well
    May God's Mercy and Grace will locate you

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  21. Grace personified8 January 2019 at 13:30

    Thank God, you are alive to tell the story
    It is well
    May God's Mercy and Grace will locate you

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  22. thank God for your life and the life of your son, I pray God heals you completely.

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  23. Thank God you are back home, may you find happiness in life in Jesus name

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  24. Thank You Stella for this, thank you Bvs for reading till the end and your words of encouragement. I have taken notes of your advices and I will make use of them. Re-living my story gave me strength to face my fears, after each chapter, I cry, feel better and assure myself. This opportunity you all gave to me is golden I see myself coming out strong. Thank you.

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    1. Beautiful and gracious8 January 2019 at 14:54

      Sending E-hugs your way.
      God will heal you,he will shine his countenance on you 😍😘

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    2. God bless you and your son!
      Remain strong!!

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    3. Too bad! It is well poster. Thank God for your life.

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    4. God bless and keep you strong.
      Happiness and peace will always be upon you. Love you both πŸ€—πŸ’•

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    5. It is well with you. You are really strong. God will continue to be your strength. God bless you

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    6. I log on this blog daily just to read your story. It is as real as a documentary. Thank you for sharing this part of yourself with us. You are unbelievably strong and wise. May God heal your wounds and give a rainbow for this dark experience.
      I will be praying for you and I am certain your kid is so lucky to have you as a mother.
      God bless and keep you both and cause his face to shine upon you.

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    7. Thank God your sense don reactivate.
      You had better make use of the advices you got.

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  25. 2 bleesed 2 curse8 January 2019 at 13:47

    I didnt miss any part of your story
    You are such a sttong woman.
    Thank God you are fine now.

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  26. As I read it played in my head like am watching it in a movie thank God you are back home, hmmmmmmmmm nothing good comes out of Libya that means there is hope for Nigeria.

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  27. You are a strong woman. God has great plans for you, hold on to him

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  28. May God heal you completely. May God send you help from heaven. It is well with you and your son dear.😘😘😘😘😘

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  29. @Fan, only individuals with low self esteem and inferiority complex will treat her son as a king. No, she's not lucky, that child was a product of her harrowing experience.

    @Poster, sorry about everything you went through. Know that sharing your story has encouraged others, your strength has helped people contemplating suicide, if you could survive, they would too. You're a sound and literate person, and I know you didn't envision all these when you embarked on the journey.
    My cousin is a doctor with one of the agencies that help Libya returnees and she gave me details of their experience. What's saddening is the fact that it is the Nigerians who sell out and betray their brothers over there. According to my cousin, some said they are planning to go back (those crossing to Europe) as they are wiser now and know where to avoid. Oooh poverty!!!!!

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  30. Chai u really saw hell, thank God for ur life, I read from beginning to end, u are a truly a survivor... Cheers to you and your son

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  31. Thank God for ur life and that of ur son, I wonder where/ how ur roommates are doing? I pray help comes their way and others too . May God heal u totally and grant u peace of mind and body, may u find closure.
    God's continuous blessings upon u and yours .Strong woman

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  32. she didnt ask but if u r moved to want to send the poster your widows mite,please send me a mail and we will take it from there...thanks

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  33. You a great survivor and super strong too.yes!its not too late to start all over again I admire your courage.It is well with your soul.

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  34. I read the story from the beginning,I have a distant cousin who went to lybia and her story wasn't really different from what the poster wrote.

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  35. Thanks for sharing. May God grant you the closure you seek.
    You're a survivor.

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  36. Thank God for bringing you back home, safe and Sound

    I follow the story from part one till the end, nice write up, you are sure one strong lady, may God protection and guidance continue to be with you and your son.

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  37. Poster you are a strong woman. May God bestow unto you peace and favours. Amen

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  38. You are a strong woman poster. I wish you well.

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  39. Welcome back poster. Thank God for your life and that of your son.

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  40. If this story is put into movie. E go sell ooo. Poster u are blessed

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    1. Will they go to the Lybia to shoot the abroad part? #justthinking#

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  41. Thank God for your life. That you survived is a testimony and assurance that good tidings awaits you.
    Blessings and open doors to you.

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  42. God bless you.

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  43. God bless you poster, there really is no place like home. Thank God you came back home. God will use you to do great things here in Nigeria. God bless your son and he will be great. It is well.

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  44. You are indeed a survivor God grace and strength has you heal and beginning anew. But we should learn from you, how many madams in Nigeria are willingly to pay SSCE holders good salary as maid here in Nigeria. or encourage them to pursue dreams of an education we are perpetrating our own traffic here on home soil. How many of us have maids we maltreat or even bother to pay? We make there money big in our eyes because of difference in exchange rate that is all if Naira was equal to all currencies in the world will you be a maid in another man's land? let's start from home pay that your houseboy/girl well, treat them well

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  45. Thank God for your life. Thanks for sharing as well.

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  46. It is well with you and your son, you are a very strong woman May the grace of God be with you to start all over with your son.

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  47. I have been following your tales always with my heart in my mouth. Thank God you got home safely. Are you the one that shared her story in 2017 on IHN and someone wanted to gift you some money and people started shouting 'scam'?
    May God open doors for you now.

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  48. Soo touching......God strengthen you

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  49. Thank God you come back home in one piece. May the Lord give you strength to start over again. Once their is life surely they must be hope.

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  50. Thank God you made it out alive. Thanks for speaking out! I hope that your story deters others. In the last part, you talked about having goals and ambitions. It is never too late to pick up where you left off, where there is life, there is hope. I pray that God heals and restores you. God bless you and your son!

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  51. Thank you for sharing your experience!Thank God for your life,you are a real survivor and I pray you get healed permanently,Amen.God bless you,God bless your son too

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  52. I had to go read your story from the beginning, I felt so sad. Despite all, your baby survived. (God be praised). You and your baby are a living testimony.

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  53. Thank God you are back home.

    It shall be well with you

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  54. I read your story from the first part till the end. I am so glad you are back safe more importantly with your son.I pray helpers locate you and may God wipe your tears. I also hope you have a loving extended family you can lean on.

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  55. Poster thanks for sharing. God bless you and your child.

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  56. Tight hug from me to u. Respect to u poster. I pray ur son will grow in grace,good health, intelligence,favour amen

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  57. Poster I'm so happy you overcame everything you went through.You are indeed a super woman and a rare gem.E- hugs to you and your baby.

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  58. Dear Poster, you are beyond strong and a survivor you are the role model we all look for in this country. yes you were ill advised to leave but you stood your ground girl, you never gave in, you were in charge you fought for your values, your ethics and your morals. you prove that prostitution is not an option. you were there but you choose not to go that road and you choose not to dehumanized or sell your fellow nigerians even though others were doing it. what happened almost weakened your resolve but you held your guns and did not give him. My dear raise up your head high look in the mirror and see the warrior that you are. You went into an unknown battle and my dear from my point of view you conquered, your scars will take time to heal but they are testament of the warrior queen that you are. Hold your held high you did not give in and neither did they break you.

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  59. Plus you may thing God was not there but he was go to him for full healing place at his feet your pain and surrender to him. you do not need an alfa or a pastor go to him daily in that quiet place of your room he is healing you let go and let God in

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  60. May u locate a helper. Ur child will grow in wisdom.

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  61. YOU ARE A SURVIVOR!!

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  62. Always been a silent bv....but l cant help but comment today,couldn't help the tears that rolled down my eyes after reading the whole epistle..... I pray you find the strength and courage you need to get back on your feet quickly

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  63. Never have i been traumatized this much after reading about an individuals ordeal. I was literally scared throughout the night. But i pray for strength ,courage and the confidence you need to pursue your ambitions to be restored back to you in Jesus name. Affliction shall not rise again. It is well with you and i pray for heavenly intervention for the people who are still trapped in libyan prison to be rescued in Jesus name and the so called asma people's syndicate be destabilized such that they will be drunken with their own blood and fed with their own flesh in Jesus mighty name. Amen

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