Monday, October 24, 2016

“Released Chibok Girls Need Psychological Rehabilitation" – Pope Francis


Pope Francis 1, pioneer of the Catholic Church around the world, has said the 21 Chibok young ladies discharged from Sambisa timberland require mental assessment directed by specialists.

Pope Francis who put forth this expression through his agent, President of Pontifical Mission Societies (Nigeria), Rev. Fr. George Ajana, amid the current year's World Mission Sunday, at Our Lady Queen of Nigeria Pro-Cathedral, Area 3, Abuja, said;

"The arrival of the 21 Chibok young ladies is triumph, it is a decent sign and we are expressing gratitude toward God for it that a portion of the Chibok young ladies were discharged. Nigerians have been commending this while, the congregation goes along with them in the festival and we are unified with them.

Thus, we above all else say thanks to God that a couple of them, only 21 were discharged. The Chibok young ladies require restorative help; the administration is doing that as of now. They have been taken to healing facility. I think they will require mental restoration. The administration need to get specialists to balance out them since they more likely than not experienced a considerable measure of injury.

"I don't think they will be their typical selves any more. In this way, the Chibok young ladies should be mentally taken back to their genuine living. What's more, we have to appeal to God for them; the congregation will be exceptionally cheerful. We continue appealing to God for the arrival of the rest since they are individuals to be regarded. The life of one individual is as vital as the lives of the entire country, which must be regarded."
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