Former aviation minister reacts after mother to one of the kidnapped students knelt down to thank God for son’s freedom.
The joy of reclaiming one’s liberation from captivity is unfathomable. For the parents of the Greenfield University students abducted by bandits on April 20th at 8:15 p.m., it’s been a roller coaster of agony, misery, and chaos.
Although we continue to mourn the students killed by these bandits, we pray that the rest of the students will soon be able to smile in the face of freedom, and we continue to demand that the government pursue these bandits and bring them to justice.
As God would have it, one of the abducted students was set free by the killer bandits as a result of the prayers given to him. This information became public after a video circulated on Twitter and posted by former Aviation Minister, FFK, showed the mother of one of the kidnapped students knelt down and began crying and thanking God, she could be heard saying.
” Thank you Jesus, Thank you Jesus, Thank You Jesus “
While the mother continued to weep and praise God, an elderly woman, possibly the grandmother, was seen thanking God and giving the boy a warm embrace.
This tender moment between mother and son has elicited a variety of reactions. Former Aviation Minister Femi Fani Kayode (FFK) was one of the people who responded to it.
FFK who reacted to this emotional moment said:
” One of the students of Greenfield University released earlier today. Thanks be to God. We trust￼ the Lord that the other 16 will be released as well.
Our prayers are with the kids and their respective families and all the other victims of kidnap throughout our country”.
So touching. Thanks be to God. 🤗 pic.twitter.com/otqIVkI0MM
— Femi Fani-Kayode (@realFFK) May 4, 2021