It is the desire of every parent to see their children growing in an environment that is free from fear and evil people, but the last few days has been a trying time for the parent of some children who were abducted in greenfield university Kaduna. See the reactions of one of the parent that has made Femi Fani-Kayode to react.
Just now, The former minister of aviation, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode has taken to his Instagram page to give an update on the abducted greenfield students.
FFK said "One of the students of Greenfield University released earlier today. Thanks be to God. We trust the Lord that the other 16 will be released as well. Our prayers are with the kids and their respective families and all the other victims of kidnap throughout our country."
This is indeed a great news for the mother, although it was confirmed that the mother actually negotiated with the bandits in order to free her son.
According to the video, the mother could not even say anything but to cry, there is a background voice from another woman who is thanking God for the release of the boy.
While FFK was reacting to the video, he is also praying for the safe returns of the remaining sixteen students that are still there.
It is the believe of many Nigerians that the government will intervene and secure the release of other students in time, they deserve to live.
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