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Sunday, April 21, 2013

French family held in Northern Nigeria return safely to France

The French family, father, mother, their four kids and father's brother, who were abducted in Cameroon on February 19th 2013 by Islamist militants and brought to Nigeria, have returned safely to France. They were welcomed by their family members and the president of France.

The Moulin-Fournier family, who were based in Cameroon, were kidnapped while visiting a national park in the northern part of the country. A few days later, they were taken to northern Nigeria where they were held by members of Boko Haram who asked Cameroon to free detained members of their group before they free the abducted family. The French family returned to their country yesterday Saturday April 20th. No word yet on how they were released.

55 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good for them.

Last to comment. Yeah!

Jacko said...

It was not Boko Haram that held them hostage Linda. It was the Ansar....This is to also info our quack journalists who reported that the people have been killed. No facts but false report.

Cute G said...

@ least something good coming out of Boko.Let's such good things continue to prevail by Gods grace.

Anonymous said...

Positive. Very Positive!

Anonymous said...

Thank God.

Anonymous said...

Thank God

Anonymous said...

Ndi Ije Nno nu!. I wonder if they will ever make a second trip to our dear nation Naija. First to comment.

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KOLA said...

Fank God.

Its finally out Music- Ibadi E- Dbanj Ft Olamide durela K-switch

Linda pls post my comment

Ajayi Olufuwa said...

thank God for them.. Dogs that escaped lions den...

★★PRINCE CHARMING™★★ said...

Good!

Anonymous said...

Thank God that they are not killed.

Castic cares Blog said...

Thank God

amaogechukwu said...

Thank God they didn't kill them. Glory be to God.

Faith Kel said...

Thank God they arrived safely and no harm was done to them.

Anonymous said...

Good for dem. No vex o bt all f bin tinkin of is dt babcok fees. Education is highly over rated. i wasted 5 yrs f my life studyin Engineering in FUTO,my family paid tru their noses wit hope dt i ll help d family once i graduate n train my younger ones. To b honest i wish i wasn't an intelligent boi in secondary skol cos my classmate dt were dull,deir families didn't bother trainin dem bt all looked up to me. Others went to learn business in Onitsha n Lagos. i stayed 5 yrs at home wit no job even aftr my 2:1. No money to even pay up my father's loans,my secondary skol mates r getting married n doin so well n u won't bliv d supposed illiterates d ones helpin me start my own business at 32. Aftr graduation wot nxt? i can give anytin for d least fee on dt list so i can boost my business. They teach u skill acquisition in camp n tell u to start ur biz,y go to skol at all. i regret those wasted yrs n money bt i bliv all ll b well in d end. Am sorry to hav bored u wit my story,i jst needed to talk to someone.

Anonymous said...

Na wa ooo

omotayo said...

See as their necks long, those bastards most ve starved them. Thank God they weren't killed sha.

Anonymous said...

TO GOD BE THE GLORY.

↭PRINCE JOBLESS↭ said...

Nigerians, quit being terrorists!

Anonymous said...

Thank God they are safe

Anonymous said...

This people are destroying what little reputation is left of Nigeria's already tattered image. That is why my oyinbo boyfriend refuse to follow me to Nigeria for marriage oo!

Anonymous said...

This is a shameful thing for nigeria. i am grateful to God for their deliverance, other foreigners have not been so lucky....

Helen Addingi said...

Thank God they are alive

James said...

All this rubbish going on in Africa.

It's until when the revenue generated from foreigners' visits greatly reduce that the greedy leaders' eyes will open. What arrant nonsense! I'm happy they were safely returned.

Anonymous said...

Thank God for them, one of the lucky ones

Anonymous said...

oh TG!!!....Finally freed.....#1sttocomment#

Opemipo said...

Yay first to comment o...... www.whispernaija.com

Anonymous said...

they will never come to Africa again. their families will give praises to God and envy the rest of us humans still living with these terrorist group. Nigeria will never apologise to the world on their behalf, Nigeria will not say the truth on how they were released. my prayer is that this does not happen again.well, i'm afaid. they western world will add another phobia to the countless list : bokophobia: the fear of being kidnapped or bombed somewhere in Africa

Anonymous said...

they will never come to Africa again. their families will give praises to God and envy the rest of us humans still living with these terrorist group. Nigeria will never apologise to the world on their behalf, Nigeria will not say the truth on how they were released. my prayer is that this does not happen again.well, i'm afaid. they western world will add another phobia to the countless list : bokophobia: the fear of being kidnapped or bombed somewhere in Africa

adeniyi opemipo said...

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Anonymous said...

this boko haram and d way our govt is romancing them is getn out of hand o. Imagine!!!

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Anonymous said...

Praise God.

Anonymous said...

Thank God for their lives ​​o.Nxt pls

cordelia John said...

Tnk God u re released safe n soung.

cordelia John said...

Tnk God u re released safe n soung.

Olaleye Adisa said...

Congratulations. Don\'t make dat stop u visiting Nigeria because dos idiot only want to disgrace dis beloved country.

Derick Hosagie said...

So Boko Haram is now cameroons problems aswell, how soon b4 they get to South Africa?........... Why must every bad ting always start from Nigeria?

YINXS said...

that's france o,the president was there 2welcome them back home..not in ma own country.who send u??

Anonymous said...

Thank God for them

Anonymous said...

Bt y al des happenings??? Cn't d so called gvrnmnt jst track d bokos dwn once nd fr al?...so dey evn av som of dem in custody...God we need nthg bt ur help in dis Country..

Anonymous said...

HMmmmm beta Goverment!!! No b here!! Stephanie greeny

Deejay Lee said...

If they hear naija even for their dream dem run come reality...

Chidozie Mario said...

Whoever held them hostage, their release is a good development.
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Anonymous said...

Go get a job

Abigail said...

Thank God they are now safely in their country...
@anon 6:39; ehya.. It is well. Don't gv up cos d truth is u'v gone too far 4rm where u started 4rm n i don't bliv He(God) brought u dz far 2 leave u. Hold on cos ur miracle is near...

Anonymous said...

Let's start from your dad!

Anonymous said...

Sorry to hear your story. It would be well just keep having faith. Take care.

Anonymous said...

Yes thank God! I bet now they will think twice before coming back to Africa again!!!

victoria douglas said...

Eya sorry oh,why bother us?abi u don dey mad n?topic of discussion for another day NEXT!

I sabi Abuse said...

@Victoria u'r such an INSENSITIVE FOOL! A stupid-heartless demon! If u dnt Hλ√ƺ anytin to contribute as to encourage him why dnt u shut the hell up! Dem force u to talk abi are u the only one here?

For d fact dat u'r heartless doesnt mean evry oda person here is! Oloshious Bastard!

Anonymous said...

I am tired of this mess we call a country. People are suffering and a few are eating the sweat of the suffering people.

missy said...

Can u pls tell me wat d 'good thing' is..?

missy said...

@Victoria,u shud have just shut ur stupid,hateful,insensitive mouth up!wats rong with u??
@anon 6.35,God is ur strength!better late dan never..

beauty wit brains said...

Wats d good tin?:s did u read dt well?