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Re: Some Abducted Chibok Girls Refused To Come Home by sotall(m): 8:50am On May 09, 2017
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Re: Some Abducted Chibok Girls Refused To Come Home by wakes: 8:51am On May 09, 2017
Ok
Re: Some Abducted Chibok Girls Refused To Come Home by JideAmuGiaka: 8:52am On May 09, 2017
ylaa:
Either they are scared or are used to sambisa. May the Lord help them to know that there is no place like home.
Re: Some Abducted Chibok Girls Refused To Come Home by ekensi01(m): 8:53am On May 09, 2017
When Aso rock provided place is better than your whole family. grin
Re: Some Abducted Chibok Girls Refused To Come Home by Hades2016(m): 8:57am On May 09, 2017
Better preek no gree dem comot there grin
Re: Some Abducted Chibok Girls Refused To Come Home by heenriiy19(m): 8:57am On May 09, 2017
Dem don fall in love well its not easy know a militant for over 6 years
Re: Some Abducted Chibok Girls Refused To Come Home by daredreman(m): 9:00am On May 09, 2017
Factfinder1:
They found good dicks

Lol grin grin
Re: Some Abducted Chibok Girls Refused To Come Home by ekeroyal(m): 9:06am On May 09, 2017
As much as this Chibok saga isn't oozing a good aroma to "Nigerians", "Parents of the abducted girls", and whoever really cares, I strongly believe there's more to it. If the truth isn't told now, it would someday. My only concern is that "Nigerians" are too gullible, those who should save us the dramas are not interested, those who are interested, are professional scammers, expertly hoodwinking them people all over the place to believing that when "shite" is properly fried it would become vanilla ice cream..

Nigerians should start thinking independently and try controlling their hunger for cheap & poisonous food.

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Re: Some Abducted Chibok Girls Refused To Come Home by loschivatos(m): 9:07am On May 09, 2017
Boko-haram "took good care" of almost 200 adults for almost 2 years. And yet some pple thinks boko haram is just about shekau, jihad or islamisation of Nigeria. There is/was more to the these madness.

Humans, especially we africans are extremely wicked.
Re: Some Abducted Chibok Girls Refused To Come Home by AkupeMBANO(m): 9:10am On May 09, 2017
this chibok story be like bla bla bla sheep have u any wool?
Re: Some Abducted Chibok Girls Refused To Come Home by eternalcity(m): 9:10am On May 09, 2017
It is in Nigeria that prisoners would prefer to remain in chains than be free so it is understandable.

But a situation where by captives will choose to remain in such condition than be freed is a cause for worry.

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Re: Some Abducted Chibok Girls Refused To Come Home by aolawale025: 9:10am On May 09, 2017
Maybe the management of the IDP camps should be outsource to BH!!
Re: Some Abducted Chibok Girls Refused To Come Home by Nobody: 9:13am On May 09, 2017
I'm just curious, for 2 years, none of the girls got pregnant, have a baby. Are Boko Haram members impotent?
Re: Some Abducted Chibok Girls Refused To Come Home by Amiano(m): 9:14am On May 09, 2017
Expect more Bombings n attacks on military formation cos dats wat happened d last time Boko Haram prisoners were exchanged with Chibok girls sry Chibok women
Re: Some Abducted Chibok Girls Refused To Come Home by eternalcity(m): 9:14am On May 09, 2017
But those that refused should be forced to leave. It is possible they've resigned to fate that's why.

I would sha like to meet with one of the girls: their story will be a blockbuster.

#beastofnoNation2
Re: Some Abducted Chibok Girls Refused To Come Home by Nobody: 9:18am On May 09, 2017
APC and boko haram sympathizer are good at hiring crowds or using some numbers of female from IDPs with 1000 per person, for propagandists.

A secondary school pupils can't speaks common pigin if Britain/London languages are hard

Where is the location of their released camp

Re: Some Abducted Chibok Girls Refused To Come Home by bkool7(m): 9:18am On May 09, 2017
ylaa:
Either they are scared or are used to sambisa. May the Lord help them to know that there is no place like home.

some of them are living in Chad , Niger and other African countries with their new husband . They've already started a new life
Re: Some Abducted Chibok Girls Refused To Come Home by Asiwaju9ja(m): 9:24am On May 09, 2017
Garrithe1st:



https://www.google.com.ng/amp/mobile.reuters.com/article/amp/idUSKBN1841X4


AS IF I KNEW: See my response to somebody on Nairaland about this issue.


[b][b]passey:


The venom in your submission against those who disagree with your position and the messianic zeal you project to force people into line with your views on this matter is in and of itself suspicious.
As of politicizing the Chibok girls debacle my friend, you may wish to know that it is a big big political issue... One that was instrumental in bringing this government to power. It is consistently used as tool for comparing political achievement and political success of the APC.
My question will be a simple one: we have a hostage crisis and now have established contact with the abductors. We are negotiating the release of the hostages, why are we negotiating for batch releases and why not negotiate the release of all the hostages at once since we are already willing to make compromises with the supposed abductors?
Why are the releases conveniently scheduled as if to divert attention?
Some of us support this government but the coincidence is continually appearing all too convenient for comfort.
We can leave a little room for possibility of some politics happening here!
Am just saying.
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First and foremost, I am not compelling you to tow my line of reasoning. I am only asking you to ask yourself some questions further. You are entitled to your Opinion like I am.

What I have learned as an adult is to get all information about a subject before I can confidently make an informed Decision or take an opinion or stand on any issue.

in terms of coincidence, don't you think that there are people(Negotiators) that are given a task to deliver and based on a deadline? also to enable the government score points?

in terms of the girls being released in batches, are you not aware that the girls are scattered in different Boko Haram Camps? This revelations was gotten from some of the released girls?

How was it instrumental in Bringing this Government to Power? Did you Vote this Government purely on the Chibok girls? You may want to tow the arguement of GEJ(America and Britain Facilitated his removal) Did these Foreign Governments Vote?

I Pray that all the Girls that are still alive or are willing to go home should be released soon in whatever Deal that is Brokered.
Re: Some Abducted Chibok Girls Refused To Come Home by factwriter(m): 9:25am On May 09, 2017
ylaa:
Either they are scared or are used to sambisa. May the Lord help them to know that there is no place like home.


Which HOME

You mean the HOME that abandoned them for 3years while it (the home) moved ahead as if nothing is missing.

Nigeria as a whole failed them. The government used the predicaments of these girls to play and spur on, political gains, while the rest of us citizens just cheered on.

Shame on us all.
Re: Some Abducted Chibok Girls Refused To Come Home by bionixs: 9:26am On May 09, 2017
JideAmuGiaka:
Lies! You told us that Sambisa forest is completely overtaken by the Nigerian Army, you later brought 82 well nourished girls from God knows where, you told us that Boko haram took good care of them, now you're telling us that some kidnapped girls refused to embrace freedom.

So these girls prefer to stay in the forest with snakes, scorpions and military bombardments?.

APC and PDP the most corrupt political parties in the world pls tell us where una kept these girls.


APC ,please .
Re: Some Abducted Chibok Girls Refused To Come Home by Keballl: 9:30am On May 09, 2017
aolawale025:
Maybe the management of the IDP camps should be outsource to BH!!

I concur.
Re: Some Abducted Chibok Girls Refused To Come Home by factwriter(m): 9:42am On May 09, 2017
ekeroyal:
As much as this Chibok saga isn't oozing a good aroma to "Nigerians", "Parents of the abducted girls", and whoever really cares, I strongly believe there's more to it. If the truth isn't told now, it would someday. My only concern is that "Nigerians" are too gullible, those who should save us the dramas are not interested, those who are interested, are professional scammers, expertly hoodwinking them people all over the place to believing that when "shite" is properly fried it would become vanilla ice cream..

Nigerians should start thinking independently and try controlling their hunger for cheap & poisonous food.

Whoever you are may the lord bless you for this TRUTH you have just spoken.

Nigeria is a country where GULLIBILITY is a music played by SCAMMERS called DJs while the citizens are the DANCERS.

A nation whose populace has a zero highsight

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Re: Some Abducted Chibok Girls Refused To Come Home by sukkot: 9:45am On May 09, 2017
they like egypt so much. dem wan stay with pharoah

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Re: Some Abducted Chibok Girls Refused To Come Home by Nobody: 9:49am On May 09, 2017
If shekau, against all odds successfully took good care of these girls as evident in pictures, buhari is a FAILED leader!
Re: Some Abducted Chibok Girls Refused To Come Home by colossus91(m): 9:56am On May 09, 2017
remember some of thi chibok women were nt properly catered for at home,and remember at 7 some of them might already be given to someone already so bh guys gave em escape route......in banky w's voice good good loving grin
Re: Some Abducted Chibok Girls Refused To Come Home by trinity11(m): 10:08am On May 09, 2017
YES! YES!! YES!!!
I just solve the puzzle, finally I broke the code that so many Nigerians have been trying for the past 3 years.. forgive me for the self appraisal but I am a genius.

Book haram kidnapped these young ladies and successfully handed them over to big brother naija for safe custody, see them all fresh like Bisola. mmm of course they will miss the big brother's house.

although I stand to be corrected with a better idea.
Re: Some Abducted Chibok Girls Refused To Come Home by adontcare(f): 10:11am On May 09, 2017
MARKone:
They are feeling the "grin", won't be surprised if some of those that returned, starts sneaking back.
lol grin
Re: Some Abducted Chibok Girls Refused To Come Home by 9jakool: 10:12am On May 09, 2017
It's called Stockholm Syndrome, where the victim gains the trust and sympathy of the captor. It's a psychological condition that develops overtime after kidnapping. sad
Re: Some Abducted Chibok Girls Refused To Come Home by OHCOMEON: 10:22am On May 09, 2017
Yes na, afterall the men they should have come home to marry are either in the forest or they have been killed, why come & stay manless. Kuku hold watin you get.
Re: Some Abducted Chibok Girls Refused To Come Home by osusuallstars: 10:24am On May 09, 2017
why is it that journalist were barred from speaking to the girls? allow them to be interviewed separately then we will hear the truth. i don believe this cook up and arrangee release to douse tension on the next costly medical trip of this president

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