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    Posted May 18, 2014 by
    Truthia
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    Lagos, Nigeria
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    The Africa we don't see

    Religious Crisis in Central African Republic

     
    It is a shame to CNN that you are not informing the world about the present crisis in Central African Republic. The world should be told the truth if you are truly the most respected media organization in the world. Why should the fake story of a sudanese lady who must have a very messy personal life that nobody knows about that she wants to be killed because she is a christain born of a muslim father.
    Please CNN, likes of Isha Sesay, Christiana Amanpour, Richard Quest, Anderson Cooper are doing a great job in their careers but why are you not talking about the violence in Central African Republic where christains are cutting human beings who are muslims into 2 parts while they are still alive.
    Find attached pictures to be shared to the world.
    Do not be afraid, do your jobs guys.
    The french military is also seeing this and they are not doing their jobs but concerned about the boko haram crisis in Nigeria.
    I stand by the truth. You must tell the world about this crisis and post my pictures.
    Team i REPORT STAND BY THE TRUTH AND RECOMMEND THIS STORY TO THE WORLD ABOUT CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC.
    I must mention also the thousands of slain Muslims in borma by hindu belivers.
    Tell the world, let the world hear. The actual stories

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