Monday, 24 October 2016

Nigerian Government Needs Experts to Give the Released Chibok Girls Psychological Rehabilitation - Pope Francis

Released Chibok Girls
The Catholic Pope, Pope Francis 1, in his statement about the released 21 Chibok girls by Boko Haram terrorist, need expert rehabilitations.
Noting that the 21 released Chibok girls were among the 200 school girls that were abducted on April 14, 2014 by the Boko Haram terror group from their school in Chibok while preparing to write their West African Senior School Certificate Examinations WASSCE.
According to source, the catholic pope, who was represented by the President of Pontifical Mission Society [Nigeria], Rev. Fr. George Ajana, said this during this year’s World Mission Sunday at Our Lady Queen of Nigeria Pro-Cathedral, Area 3, Abuja, Nigeria Capital.
He said, expert will stabilize and give the girls psychological rehabilitation.”
According to source, he said, “The release of the 21 Chibok girls is victory, it is a very good sign and we are thanking God for it that some of the Chibok girls were released. Nigerians have been celebrating all this while, the church joins them in the celebration and we are one with them. So, we first of all thank God that a few of them, just 21 were released.
“The Chibok girls need medical assistance; the government is doing that already. They have been taken to hospital. I think they will need psychological rehabilitation. The government needs to bring in experts to stabilize them because they must have gone through a lot of trauma.
“Now, coming back, I don’t think they will be their normal selves any longer. So, the Chibok girls need to be psychologically brought back to their real life. And we need to pray for them; the church will be very happy to do that.
“We keep praying for the release of the rest because they are human beings to be respected. The life of one person is as important as the lives of the whole nation, which must be respected.”