I am back on firm ground, but not yet settled. This is my season for traveling, and anywhere I stop, I will send the girls my heartfelt well wishes and support. I wish them freed, and by the grace of God, they will be freed. The whole world is praying for them. I am praying and crying for them, and God listens to the cry of a mother. Right now, I consider them, all of them my daughters.
I have read that some bad wishers in the North are now pointing fingers at the South, claiming that the South wants to destabilize the North, that it is a grand plan by the Southerners to impoverish the already poor north, that the South is supporting and condoning Boko Haram’s onslaught in the North. We know that all this is to divert attention from the inability of these bad wishers to control this monster that they created.
After all, the South is primarily Christian, and Boko Haram marauders are Muslims who are killing Christians. You can see how ironic this new finger pointing is. Maybe this bad wishers are actually saying that the South has not opened up to Boko Haram’s onslaught, and allowed Boko Haram to extend their bloody activities to the South. This is probably what they are saying.
(We will continue).