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So much untold stories in the country

25 July 2014, 12:28 Jibunor George Chuks

The heart is so heavy, the eyes yet to dry-up from tears, the minds filled with pains, anger and resentment, the country filled with sufferings and stagnation looking like the ultimate level at which the country will remain. Hopes dashed out, trust stamped upon, promises unfulfilled, the cities, properties, life's all crushing down. Many people have concluded that there was never a time that the so-called chibok girls was adopted.

Questions on this issue is so clear that we must ask our government why they are playing politics with the whole country. We must ask again! How is the boko-haram members coping and arranging feeding for these young girls, if at all, at any point in time they were adopted. Stories, stories, stories, so many untold stories. We want to know if Sambisa forest is located in Chad republic, Niger republic or in Nigeria.

So ashamed of the whole issue, it turns the stomach, what to believe is absolutely nothing. Believing in the government or Boko Haram, is absolutely trash. Civilians should be given the necessary aids to use in protecting themselves; because as we can openly see that the civilians and the force or the military are now the same.

We should tell ourselves the truth. Those that commits evil, will be perished and those that does good shall be saved. Don't deceive yourself because God can never be mocked, He oversees all things, be it in dark or light. Politicians should please in God's name stop playing politics with innocent souls. Government should come out open and tell us the truth about the chibok girls because we are bored and tired with the whole story that doesn't have a direction. God help us.

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