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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Youth corps members who were set on fire but survived

You can see another one behind him. Who are we going to hold responsible for this?

11 comments:

Tudbee said...

Lord have mercy! This kind 'survive' sef, oma se o. And what the hell kind of hospital is this they're been treated in? They're worse off in this god-forsaken-looking hospital. Shouldnt the government take them to the best hospitals for better care.
Awon olosi, they would fly abroad to treat themselves but leave these people in these hood kinda hospitals.
May God comfort and heal them.

Anonymous said...

You are going to hold your government accountable for this mess. Sign the petition demanding justice for these innocent souls. Many family members are till waiting to know the fate of their children and no one is saying anything.

Surprise said...

They must be going through a lot of pain. God, please come and show your wonders in the life of these ones. Please heal them in your own miraculous way. Please bring succour their way and relive them of the pains they are going though now.

Olola said...

I pray they survive their injury, and sue the hell out of the government. Lord Jesus heal them of their wounds, Amen.....

Anonymous said...

The Nigerian government needs to take responsibility for the medical care and expenses of these corpers who were harmed while serving their country. Even it it means flying them abroad for treatment.

Buhari shame on you for condoning this!

Anonymous said...

the government should pay the expenses for their treatment and health care. Since they risked their lives for this country, this should be the least of what the government is expected to do....

Anonymous said...

WOW, We hold the government responsible. We hold hausas/muslims who think their way is the only way. Hausas/muslims need to accept that they are nothing but trouble in Nigeria. If they can't deal with their loss, they should leave the country, their Arab, muslims brothers will take them.

I pray for Nigeria that God will help Jonathan to lead the country and do the best for her people. I hope we can all come to see that these ruthless people will be punished. Nobody deserves this kind of brutality.

Anonymous said...

God i know you are not dead, you are a living God. Harken and do. For the sake of these young innocent blood, move by the power of the blood you shed for us all. These are people's loved ones and needless to say, their relatives must be shattered right now. these burn wounds can never be the same againm that's if it heals, but father, bring justice. Bring justice i pray to thee oh lord. bring justice. I don't know these kids, but this is barbaric. Father relay your own justice. You are the only God that reaches a verdict no power nor man can appeal or overturn, father reach a verdict on every person and every soul that meted out violence to these innocent kids whose dreams and aspirations were cut short. I shake my head and cringe at the hypocrisy of these northerners...aren't they the ones who pray 200 times a day? ramdaan season, don't they starve themselves to death bowing up and down with tesbiyu clogging the streets, yet the vile and violence in them is unthinkable. it is well. whatever we sow in this life, we reap in this same life before we cross to the other side.

LINDA DIOKPA said...

NYSC should be scrapped and these need good medical treatment.

Chi-chi said...

Na wah for Nigerian HEALTH CARE SYSTEM.It's unimmaginable that burns victim at this degree will be nursed in this dirty, infected open ward with no,iv rehydration or abx,are they not happy he survived.seriously, this is sick,abeg which hospital be dis.Pls, let this people be moved to a better hospital where they have a unit for burns.This is supposed to be a national tragedy,yet it's handled with a wave of hand,because their families are not involved and they are no longer campaigning for our votes.Awon Ojelu.

Anonymous said...

all those dat did this are born bastards koni da fun generation won