The joy of regaining ones freedom from captivity knows no bounds. It has been one hell of a ride of pains, anguish and turmoil for the parents of the students of Greenfield University that were kidnapped by bandits on the 20th of April at 8:15 pm.
While we still mourn for the students that have been killed by these bandits, our prayers is that the rest of the students will smile to the face of freedom very soon and we continue to ask that the government goes after these bandits and bring them to book.
As God may have it, the prayers being offered to him has taken action as one of the kidnapped students has been set free by the killer bandits. This information was made known after the video circulating on the Twitter space and also shared by the former Aviation Minister, FFK, showed where the mother of one of the kidnapped students knelt down and started thanking God in tears, she could be heard saying
" Thank you Jesus, Thank you Jesus, Thank You Jesus "
An aged woman who could be termed as the grandmother was also seen thanking God and giving the boy a warm hug, while the mother continued crying and appreciating God.
This emotional moment between mother and son has sparked reactions. One of the people that reacted to it was Femi Fani Kayode(FFK) , a former Aviation Minister.
FFK who reacted to this emotional moment 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".
We really thank God for this show of mercy and we continue to pray that this grace and mercy be extended to the remaining students and as readers, let's remember to put them in our prayers till they are all out.
Credit: Twitter/Femi Fani Kayode
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