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Government always with mischief stories

08 December 2014, 16:54 Jibunor George Chuks

Yes I am sure we all remember this; just take it slow and read gently because we are about to see and point out some facts about how this so-called federal government plays their politics.

Are you all with me, or our minds are somewhere else? Anyway, just bring it back and listen to this! Do we all remember about some months back, when the news of the innocent abducted Chibok girls from the Northern part of the country broke out? After that, then came about the state of emergency rule and so on?

Also read: Chibok girls: Group calls for enhanced collaboration

Then the foreign countries promising heaven and earth, we the masses fold and joined our peaceful hands together and all in prayers hoping to see the good outcome. Not until we were told that the UN or US whoever they are, that they have sent their special military personnel's to assist or lead in the quest for the ultimate search, mind you, not guilder ultimate search but the search of our supposed to be missing young girls.

Everyone was in a high spirit to hear the outcome as at then, we were told that they brought flying droans! But to no avail till now. We then ask! Where are these foreign military personnel's today?

When did they live the country and what was their findings if at all as we were told that they did visited this country at the first place? Have they played their politics on poor masses again? Our esteem readers, let's hear your views.

Thank you and God bless good people!

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