Igbos & Ijaws Are Too Special To Be In A Country Terribly Messed Up By Fulanis
I keep asking God to save from this zoo called Nigeria where even a government can't mention sponsors of terrorism while thousands of citizens are dying every day.
I keep praying to God to save us from a country where armed killer Fulani herdsmen kill without arrest or trial.
I keep crying to God to ask to save us from a country where armless protesters are killed. Where lives are worthless.
I keep asking God to save us from a where bandits can invade even a revered place like Defence Academy and after many weeks, the culprits are not arrested. And everyone keeps quiet.
I keep asking God to save us from a country where cows are valued more than humans.
I ask God to save us from a country where religious sentiments dominate reasoning. Where people block federal roads causing pains to others in the name of prayer.
God these are my earnest prayers. I know you will answer us. Amen.
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