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“Me I don’t want to say anything again, but my question is: what if our family members, friends and colleagues are poor and can’t afford to pay the ransom?”
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“Some memories cannot be easily forgotten, even when a transformation had taken place. Those who were victims of the insurgency and those who had lost their families, wealth, friends, IDPs will never get rid of it.”
“We ought to be ashamed of ourselves, things are getting more complex than we imagined. That is why we younger generation coming up seems there is no future for us in the country, if things keep going the wrong way.”
“Coming to Kabul was for a reason, ” peaceful transfer of power”. For a terrorist to come for peaceful transfer of power, what did you expect when that power is not given.”
“For the past decades, Jos town had been a blood flowing river, where innocent souls are slaughtered.
From those who knew what had happened to those who were in shock to receive the news were all in pain and anguish of what had happened.”
“Boko Haram started as an infant since when I was a little boy. I could remember watching a video clip of the founder Muhammad Yusuf. That was the first time I heard of it.”
Some group of people have stolen the treasure of our peace in the society with little amount of money that could not take care of their family needs.