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    Posted May 6, 2014 by
    Kramfors, Sweden
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    On their way out as the swedish migration rejects them


    Racheal ,Godwin,and Gabriel Lugard left the shores of Nigeria few years ago in fear and distress escaping from her husband in fear of him using her 3 sons as sacrifice in his bid of being successful in his secret cult society activities,she escaped but unfortunately leaving her last born behind Godfrey who is now 7, on arrival  In Sweden after much asylum process and reviews little Gabriel on his way back from school on the 21th of February 2014 he was knocked down by a Swedish delivery van who fled the sceen,little Gabriel at the age of 9 who came with the mum for protection in sweden  died on the 24th of February in so much pain,after 2 days and several hours of  operations,luckily with  the help and love of the Swedish church and Pentecostal church he was buried on one of the general burial sites in the village of Kramfors where he once lived and schooled now the swedish migration board after much patience is now asking the mother and his elder brother Godwin 13 to return voluntarily back to Nigeria or be deported,she presently lies sick in a mental health care center in Solefteau Sweden awaiting her faith and that of little Godwin

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