April 14, 2015 · 11:39 pm
Amid the darkness of the gloom
Nothing but despair abounds
In the wilderness of the arid
Drought of feigned existence,
Where no hope subsists,
Do the Chibok girls find
The extreme disillusionment
Of persistent hopelessness,
That one year and counting
All hope, has but evaporated into
The disintegrating dust of time,
To where existence is meaningless,
And has the ironical value of the unrelenting
Real and abiding grief of total bondage and servitude.
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May 15, 2014 · 9:49 pm
Please world, kindly do NOT forget…
That the girls abducted from their beds
In their school dormitories while they slept
At night in Nigeria, taken from their dreams and hopes
Cast into a jungle of despair
Have not yet been returned to their families.
Please do not forget them.
Thank you for caring.
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May 13, 2014 · 7:55 pm
When did the government know that the girls were kidnapped? Did the government know about the kidnapping 4 hours before the kidnapping occurred or after the girls had been kidnapped?
What was the action plan developed by the government to prevent the kidnapping if they were forewarned about the kidnapping?
What was the action plan developed by the government immediately after receiving news of the kidnapping? If an action plan was developed, when was it developed?
Why was there communication soon after the kidnapping conveying that the girls had been found?
When was the mission to rescue the girls activated by the government?
Did the government wait for the offer of assistance from other nations or immediately request assistance?
Did the gender of the kidnapped children play a role in the handling of the national calamity?
Are there men and women willing to resign in light of the handling of the national calamity?
Is the welfare of Nigerians important?
For the abducted girls, the inconsolable families and the distraught nation – somebody please answer these questions.
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