😀 God is indeed good! I was reminded of this earlier today when I was stranded in Ogba. That should be a movie title – Stranded in Ogba. Here comes the cool story… My madam at the top sent me to the bank to do some transactions. I do not like going into banking halls… Continue reading I have a TESTIMONY!
Do not be a prey… @PearlEze Thank you SO much for this series on your blog. I hope others read it and take the learning points away and never have to use it — Heaven's Girl (@CheRox) November 26, 2013 @PearlEze This kidnapping is really a big issue. There was a kidnap attempt of… Continue reading The Che’s tweets on Kidnapping
Before you continue, please read Kidnapping: Our Experience by Alan Chibuike and Kidnapping: Our Experience (Day 1 & 2) by Alan Chibuike and Kidnapping: Our Experience (Day 3 & 4) by Alan Chibuike Day 5: Wednesday, July 24 8:30pm negotiator called asking if we were ready to mourn the victim since we were yet to raise the… Continue reading Kidnapping: Our Experience (The Conclusion)
Before you continue, please read Kidnapping: Our Experience by Alan Chibuike and Kidnapping: Our Experience (Day 1 & 2) by Alan Chibuike So what do you do first when a loved one is presumed missing and assumed kidnapped? 1) Pray First thing is to pray because you actually don’t know if he/she is dead or alive. Only… Continue reading Kidnapping: Our Experience (Day 3 & 4) by Alan Chibuike
Before you continue, please read Kidnapping in Nigeria by Alan Chibuike Day 1: The Snatch (Saturday evening, July 20) The victim was snatched on Saturday evening at Okosi area of Onitsha, Anambra state around 4pm. He was driving home with a friend in his Land Cruiser when they were ambushed by heavily armed men. They were taken hostage and… Continue reading Kidnapping: Our Experience (Day 1 & 2) by Alan Chibuike
Kidnapping has grown in notoriety amongst the inglorious list of Nigeria‘s insecurity problems. This crime is more common in the South Eastern and Niger Delta regions where it is a daily occurrence to kidnap wealthy and industrious citizens for ransom. It is sad that kidnapping is gradually creeping into Lagos. My family unfortunately have been… Continue reading Kidnapping: Our Experience by Alan Chibuike
So my dear friend, Opeyemi S. Ojo sent me a mail in reply to my post Hate The Sin, Love The Sinner. After reading it, I thought to put it up because I was feeling what he wrote…. Oh! Sometimes I do. I let loose. I say it the way it is, I reject what I detest. To… Continue reading Ope Ojo’s reply to Hate the Sin, Love the Sinner