What We Must Do To Bring Back The Abducted Girls

Filed under: National Issues |

ChibokGirls1

 

The nearly 300 abducted schoolgirls from Chibok Community, is and must be a priority, not just for the government alone, but everyone. The government must play its big role in doing everything in its power to bring them back and the people on the other hand, must be willing to come up with information, no matter how little.

Nigeria today is under threat, a terroristic one at that, something that has never happened before in its history. I mean, suicide bombing, the open and courageous willingness to kill, not just anyone but your own people. A practice many of us only watch in movies and TV Shows, now coming to live in a country such as Nigeria. It calls for worry, great worry. Be that as it may, knowing that everything changes with time, and that we are now faced with this, the government must understanding that hide it from the people will not bring a quick solution. It must be exercise good judgment in the provision of certain, unclassified information that will help the people in gathering information that will facilitate the recovering of the girls as well as putting an end to the menace of Boko Haram.

Stating repeatedly the reason for the emergence of the Islamic sect called Boko Haram will not in any way, help solve the problem on ground, it’s already here. The question is, how can it be solved? What are the things needed in order to help solve it fast? What countries has passed through same challenges and how did they manage to get out of it? When we put forward these questions, and work intelligently to getting answers for them, then we are on our way to breakthrough.

Finally, no nation divided amongst itself can stand, Nigerian leaders must put aside their political differences and fight for a national course. If there’s a time that Nigeria needs Nigerians to come together for its own good, the time is now.

God bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

 

Comments

comments