Some hours ago, we heard that the Kagara school students were released from the hands of the terrorist. Many of us were happy after we heard this news, this is indeed a good news and this is to show that our country, Nigeria is a strong country after the Government said they paid no ransom for the bandits who kidnapped them.
After they were released, we noticed 3 things about them when they we're having a meeting with Governor Sani Bello.
1. They Were Not Happy
As you can see, in the photo above, the students are not happy and that's true, they can't be happy after they have passed through a lot of difficulties.
2. They Were Tired
The students were tired, in the photo, a person was resting on the chair which makes it look like she's sleeping.
3. They Look As If They Are Really Hungry
To me, the students looked as if they were hungry. I don't think they were able to eat since when they have been kidnapped but thanks to God, they are released.
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