100 days in captivity

My blog is about positive change and I am hoping that by re blogging and reminding people about these girls to keep in the prayers and thoughts of others that good can come of it. It never hurts to think of others and pray for their recovery. May God show mercy on them and bring them home.

I AM BLAQ

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Yesterday marked the 100th day in captivity for the school girls abducted from Chibok, Borno State, Nigeria. I can’t believe it’s been that long. We tend to forget or lose track of these things especially when there are more buffeting and immediate problems.

Three days ago, there was a total of 4 bombings in the country – two in Kaduna, one each in Borno and Yobe I think, killing almost a hundred people and injuring scores others. Two days ago there was another in Kano state. There was probably another somewhere yesterday. I didn’t comb through the news.

There hasn’t been one incident free week in Nigeria since the abduction of these girls. But that does not excuse relegating these girls to the background.

The President had a closed door meeting with the abducted girls’ parents. I do not know the outcome. A while back I heard all the girls…

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pavanneh

Retired Navy Cardiovascular Technician/Respiratory Therapist. Wife, mother, grandmother.

3 thoughts on “100 days in captivity”

  1. We seem to be good at making a fuss about our own and we don’t care about others. Like the fuss our Australian PM is making over MKi7 but saying nothing about Gaza or these girls.

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