- How may we banish or minimize the constricting sense of futility?
- How may we grieve with the mothers of Nigeria who mourn the death of Nigeria’s children taken away needlessly?
- How may we mourn with the mothers of Nigeria who mourn the death of Nigerian fathers taken away needlessly?
- How many we truly end effectively empathize with all Nigerian mothers traumatized by the brutality and indignities meted to them by some of us
- What about Nigerian mothers, who like Rachel refused to be comforted because many Nigerian children are no more?
- What about Nigerian mothers, who like Rachel refused to be comforted because many Nigerian fathers are no more?
- Do we wish to increase the population of Nigerian mothers who refuse to be comforted while we still have the chance to stem the tide?
- How long can we feign ignorance of the burden of Nigerian mothers?
- How long would we allow inertia desensitize us to the cry of Nigerian mothers?
- Must we compound their situation by letting our indifference rob them of the will to live?
- And if we are too wicked to accept things as they are, can we not do Nigerian mothers the least favour of imbuing them with faith and urging them to look up to the ONLY ONE who can take this current madness and turn it into something good for all Nigerian mothers, to our shame?
- By the way, aren’t we supposed to shine whatever light we claim we have the darker the situation might be for all mothers?
*Here is wishing all Nigerian mothers, and mothers in the world a Day and season bringing hope, faith, and love.
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