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    Posted May 12, 2014 by
    Ododo
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    #BringBackOurGirls

    Help, there is an Atomic Bomb in Nigeria

     
    Can you imagine Nigerian Police publicly inhibiting BringOurGirls demonstrators?

    Recently, Nigerian information Minister was quoted on CNN, defending government incompetency saying "..how could anyone think that government was doing nothing to find the girls...?" In the same vein, Okonjo Iweala, who thought that a relevant question posed to her was unbearable to her personality.. She claimed no nation should be more concerned than Nigerians whom she is representing..! How I wept for these people!

    Why weeping, you ask? Yeah... Nigerian government, I should say is dangerously sitting on Atomic Bomb. The effect of their gross failures, cover ups, incompetencies and utter negligence to the call and cry of the whole world may eventually drive the parents of these children to eventually take their lives in their hands by joining the monster group.

    After all, they say, if you can't beat them you join them.
    The resultant effect of this will be very bloody for Nigerian government. After all, Aso rock and his officials have demonstrated gross incompetence to bring the little group to justice let alone when many people join them to avenge the government negligence.

    Its not hard to figure out this possible and dangerous tendency. First, parents know they will somehow be reunited with their daughters, secondly, they will be out of reach of Nigerian government, if Boko Haram can escape government judgement they too will certainly escape.

    It's high time these hypocrites knew they stand no chance and will be guilty forever if they do not stop to defend their failures and accept responsibility to those that need their help now.

    The greatest evil I see among these government officials is terrible... they are covering their backs and feel secure because of the foreign helps, the entire country may boil beyond control in few months to come.

    Nigeria government has the support of many giant countries now, they should utilize this not for the members of the government but for the poor people who need the help now.

    They should remember, what happened to many families that joined the Taliban did not in their true willingness but as options to securing their families since government could not defend them.

    Nigerian government should carry the mirror and see how much he has failed by the seconds, minutes and everyday that goes by. To avoid this evil scenarios, let them show the world what they are up every minutes, every day, until the girls are brought back to their homes and then the world will know they try indeed. Lets see this as our timely warning!

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