Mike Uzochukwu writes on many topics, including metallurgy, business, insurance, and the challenges faced by today's youth.
A Global Problem
Kidnapping is a global problem that affects countries all over the world—from the United States and Mexico to many countries in Africa, Asia, and beyond. Governments are working hard to address this problem and ensure that the perpetrators are captured and brought to justice.
Kidnapping refers to the abduction and captivity of a person, typically to obtain a ransom. Sometimes kidnappers hold their captives longer in order to demand more money from the victim's relatives or associates. It is a wicked act.
No matter the level of difficulty anyone is facing, that is not enough reason to choose kidnapping as an option to survive. There are many causes of kidnapping, including unemployment, poverty, religion, political issues, and so on. The practice can be reduced with governmental involvement.
Kidnapping in Nigeria
Kidnapping is not a new problem in Nigeria, and it is one of the country's biggest challenges. The country faces many problems, including unemployment, corruption, and low rates of education—but it is kidnapping, thanks to high-profile incidents perpetrated by the Islamic militant group known as Boko Haram, that has drawn the world's attention. The facts show that the rate of kidnapping in this country is indeed high.
International organizations are joining Nigerian groups to combat this problem. Chad, Cameroon, and the United States have recently joined in the fight.
Boko Haram's kidnappings are motivated by both politics and religion, according to their own leaders as well as the Nigerian government.
The kidnappings are political because corrupt politicians want to destroy the government of the former President Goodluck Jonathan. The kidnappings are also religious because of the group's fundamentalist Islamic beliefs. The meaning of their name is “Western education is prohibited,” which explains why they continue to target schoolchildren. On the night of April 14, 2014, about 276 Chibok schoolgirls, ages 16 to 18, were kidnapped by this group.
A popular Christian musician in Nigeria, Chika Okpala, lamented the kidnapping of a friend in a song entitled “Ndi Nto” (meaning "the kidnappers"). He stated that when the perpetrators were asked why they did it, they said they needed money. They went on to explain that they did not have jobs due to high unemployment.
Sometimes, ordinary citizens participate in kidnappings in order to line their pockets, usually youths who are hired by rich men to do their dirty business. The criminals will target rich families and sometimes demand up to twenty million naira (the equivalent of about $119,000).
The government of the Nigerian state of Anambra issued a new law that changed the punishment for anyone caught kidnapping. The former governor of this state, Peter Obi, declared that offenders would be sentenced to death—and that anything purchased with ransom money, like a house or car, would be destroyed.
The rates of kidnapping in Europe, North America, and South America are attracting worldwide attention. The practice of kidnapping has become quite lucrative for some, and there are criminal groups that have made it their business model.
In Mexico, with its history of drug-related violence and police corruption, kidnapping is an old story. According to the U.S. Department of State, Mexico suffered an estimated 105,682 kidnappings in 2012, and in 2013 the number reached 131,946, the highest number on record.
The disappearance of children in the United States is not unheard of, either, and it is a problem that police and other agencies are working hard to address. According to the National Centre for Missing and Exploited Children, roughly 800,000 children are reported missing each year in this country.
In some cases, the kidnapping seems to make very little sense. One example is an incident that took place in the United Kingdom in which a woman kidnapped her own daughter. According to The Sun, "Karen Matthews was jailed for eight years for her part in faking the kidnap of her own daughter in 2008. The mum-of-seven, who has been dubbed Britain’s Most Hated Mum, was released from prison after serving half of her sentence."
The question we might ask is why would a mother kidnap her own daughter? What could possibly inspire her to do such a terrible thing?
The answer is that she did it for the money. She did it so that she could claim the £50,000 reward offered by the government for "finding" Shannon. She planned to share the reward money with her accomplice, Michael Donovan, who was a relative.
According to the Offender Management Caseload Statistics, the UK recorded about 57 convicted kidnappings cases between 2007-2008.
In some countries, kidnapping has also affected who occupies top government positions. The son of the former president of Slovakia was once kidnapped. In August of 1995, Michal Kovac Jr, whose father was president of newly independent Slovakia, was stopped in his car by armed men who handcuffed him, forced him to drink two bottles of whisky, and then drove him to an unknown destination (The Economist, 2017).
It is sometimes said that corruption can lead to kidnapping. Somalia, which is one of the most corrupt countries in the world, unfortunately has quite a bit of experience with this problem. On May 3, 2018, a German nurse named Sonja Nientiet was kidnapped there. According to a BBC News report, "A German nurse with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has been kidnapped in Somalia's capital Mogadishu, the aid group says."
Causes of Kidnapping
There are many causes of kidnapping around the globe, including:
Below, we'll examine each cause individually.
The high unemployment rate in many countries has forced citizens to find other ways to make money—and some of those ways are illegal. Kidnapping a rich person can be a lucrative business. A cash-strapped unemployed person may believe that when he kidnaps someone who is rich, he may be able to become rich himself.
Any person who lives below $1.25 a day is living below the poverty line. Poverty can propel people toward crime as a way to make ends meet. Sometimes, a person who is poor might believe that kidnapping or other illegal acts could provide the necessary money to start a new life—a life that will no longer involve crime.
Illiteracy is the inability to read or write. When people know how to read and write, they can gain the skills they need in order to become educated, get a job, and live a productive life. Literacy and education can also be an important foundation upon which to build a deeper understanding of moral judgment and decision making.
The kidnappings and bombings perpetrated by Boko Haram, the militant Islamic group in Nigeria, are caused by illiteracy, at least in part. The leaders of this group feed their men false information, which the men cannot disprove by reading outside sources. Boko Haram fighters engage in suicide bombings, killings, and kidnappings. They are told that if they die while carrying out their mission, they will inherit the kingdom.
Many kidnappings in the world today have their root cause in religion. Some people love their religion so much that even when it teaches them something that is wrong, they believe it is right. One religious leader may want to take over another group—and order his men to kidnap his rivals.
Some people are not contented with what they have and wish they could buy more and more things—whether it's fancy clothes, cars, houses, or jewelry. This kind of persons may turn to crime to make more money. A wicked businessman can kidnap his business rival for a large ransom to become richer.
Corrupt politicians may arrange for the kidnapping of their opponents. Sometimes, they do this so that their opponents will make concessions or change their votes on the issues.
A society where corruption is rife is likely to experience a high level of kidnapping. The truth is that if a government is corrupt and embezzling public funds, citizens may react by kidnapping those corrupt politicians in an attempt to recoup some of the stolen money.
Kidnapping Often Involves Torture or Rape
Kidnappers sometimes choose to torture their victims so that they can force money out of their relatives or associates. Sometimes, they may even torture for fun. One form of torture is rape.
Effects of Kidnapping
For the victims, there are many negative consequences of kidnapping, including:
- Psychological trauma
- Fear and lack of trust
The negative psychological effects of being abducted are huge, especially for a child. Depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress syndrome (PTSD) may last a lifetime.
Fear and Lack of Trust
In a society where the incidence of kidnapping is high, fear limits people's lives and actions. They will always move with caution as they do not know who might be the next target. The rich surround themselves with security guards because of their fear of getting kidnapped.
Solutions to Kidnapping
There are solutions that may help reduce the rate of kidnapping, including:
- Training strong anti-kidnapping agents
- Monitoring the activities of the police
- Serious punishment for offenders
- Job creation
Training Anti-Kidnapping Agents
Any country that wants to fight kidnapping successfully must hire and train capable agents to combat the issue. When law enforcement agencies are actively involved, the incidence of this crime can be lessened.
Monitoring the Police
Reports show that the police are involved in some kidnappings. Notable examples have occurred in Mexico. Eliminating the criminals within the ranks of law enforcement is key.
Seriously Punishments for Offenders
Mild punishment does nothing to deter criminals. When the government treats kidnappers harshly, fewer abductions will occur.
Generating jobs for citizens, especially for the youth, can have a huge impact in the fight against crime. When people are gainfully employed, they do not need to commit crimes.
Kidnapping has caused disorder in societies today. Kidnapping is a global problem with many root causes, including unemployment, poverty, religion, and politics. Each of these root causes must be evaluated and addressed in order to eliminate this terrible scourge once and for all.
- BBC (2018), "Somali Gunmen Abduct German Red Cross Nurse in Mogadishu."
- Christie, Sam (2017), "'Truly despicable.' Who is Karen Matthews and why did she kidnap Shannon? UK’s ‘most hated mom’ who abducted her own daughter," The Sun.
- The Economist (2017), "Who Kidnapped the Son of Slovakia’s President?"
- Partlow, Joshua (2014). “Kidnappings in Mexico Surge to the Highest Number on Record.”
- U.S. Department of State, Overseas Security Advisory Council. "Mexico 2014 Crime and Safety Report" (reporting data from 2012).
- U.S. Department of State, Overseas Security Advisory Council. "Mexico 2015 Crime and Safety Report" (reporting data from 2013).
- U.S. Passports and International Travel (2014). “Mexico Travel Warning.”
- Uzochukwu, Mike (2013). "Challenges in Nigeria and Solutions on How to Resolve Them." Soapboxie.
Questions & Answers
Question: What causes kidnapping?
Answer: There are many reasons why kidnapping happen. Among the reasons are the following:
Poor moral life
High quest for money
Question: Could illiteracy play a part in kidnapping?
Answer: Yes. Illiteracy can be one of the causes of kidnapping.
Question: Can social media be a way to reduce kidnapping? If so, how?
Answer: Yes, social media can be a way of reducing kidnapping. It can be so by educating the masses or social media users on how to avoid things that can make kidnappers monitor them.
It can also be an avenue to educate those who are planning to go into kidnapping on the punishment that awaits them, and some of them may quit after getting such information.
Question: Are kidnappers educated?
Answer: There are kidnappers that are educated. In some cases, kidnapping has nothing to do with education of the person involved or not. It is about the mindset.
Question: Do you really think punishment can be a solution?
Answer: Yes for sure, punishment can be a solution. When those who are guilty of kidnapping are punished, others will learn their lessons.
Question: What are the five effects of kidnapping to the individual?
Answer: Five effects of kidnapping to individuals are:
1. Psychological trauma
3. Lack of trust
5. Negative and imbalance behavior
Question: What are the three main effects of kidnapping to the society?
Answer: The main effects of kidnapping to the society are:
(2) Insecurity and
(3) Poor Freedom
Question: Is kidnapping useful?
Answer: As evil is not useful, so is kidnapping not useful.
Question: What is the main reason why kidnappers do that job? Is it because of drugs or poverty?
Answer: Both drugs and poverty can be the reasons why people go into kidnapping.
Question: What are the consequences kidnapping?
Answer: Kidnapping has many consequences and among them are the following:
(1) Instability in the society
(3) Lack of trust and
(4) Bad image creation
Question: Is this article only about kidnapping in Nigeria?
Answer: Thanks for your question. It is not only related to Nigeria but a general view on kidnapping.
Question: Why are victims of kidnapping sometimes killed yet they are innocent?
Answer: I will start by telling you that there are evil activities in the world we live in. The reason why people do evil things you may find difficult to fully understand sometimes.
Sometimes victims of kidnapping are killed even though they are innocent because of but not limited to these reasons.
1. Breach of contract between the kidnappers and the people related to the victim when it comes to paying a ransom.
2. Stubborn behavior of the kidnapped
3. Religious reason and
4. Political reason
Question: How does a kidnapping affect the parents?
Answer: Kidnapping affects parents in some ways. Among those ways are:
(1) The fear of sending their children on errands
(2) Restlessness when their children are in schools
(3) High spending when they or their children are kidnapped
(4) High blood pressure when they could not reach their children in higher institutions on phone.
(5) The fear of attending public occasions
Question: Do you think most kidnappers are educated?
Answer: I think most kidnappers in the recent years are educated.
Question: What are some more effects of kidnapping?
Answer: The more effects of kidnapping are as stated below:
(1) Economic Effect
A kidnapped individual who has been contributing greatly to the economic activities of his community may drop in such activity after paying ransom to the kidnappers. Some kidnappers are wicked and the charge they place on some of their victims can make them lose stand on their initial economic performance. The victims after being released from the kidnappers net may start performing low economically as a result of the paid high ransom.
(2) Poor life satisfaction
Many women today who were victims of kidnapping are not satisfied in life as a result of what they passed through in the hands of kidnappers. Some sometimes contact sexually transmitted diseases when raped by the kidnappers when they were in their net. The disease sometimes keep them in a state they do not like and are not satisfied in life.
Question: Did Atiku go to court?
Answer: Yes, Atiku went to court.
Question: Is kidnapping mainly due to the negligence of security agencies?
Answer: In my own judgement, I will say that the negligence of the security agents in any country is the main reason for kidnapping. Though there are other reasons but I stand on the opinion that their negligence is the main reason for such to occur. If there is tight security, the kidnappers will halt some of their actions because they will know that their probability of winning is very small.
Question: Why is it that some kidnappers killed their target instead of seeking ransom?
Answer: There are reasons behind such action which can be any of the following:
(1) Misunderstanding between the abducted and the kidnappers.
(2) Inability of the relations of the kidnapped to provide the exact ransom.
(3) Attempt to bring in security officers to capture the kidnappers.
(4) Some hidden motives. Maybe the kidnappers were sent to kill the victim and not really for ransom.
Question: How can kidnapping occur?
Answer: Kidnapping can occur in a number of ways. Among them are:
(1) When people go to hidden places;
(2) When people show their riches in public places; and
(3) When people are not security conscious
Question: How to control it ?
Answer: There are many ways kidnapping can be controlled. They include:
(1) Strong National Security Check
If the security sector of any country experiencing kidnapping activities is strong enough, there will be control in such bad act. When the security officers are positioned in strategic areas and do their jobs effectively, there will be peace.
(2) Good Moral Practice
One of the reasons you see many youths and adults become members of kidnapping gang is lack of moral integration. Schools, families, churches, mosques and social gatherings should teach and promote how to do things right. If this is done, it will go a long way to control abduction in individual countries.
(3) Job Creation
One of the reasons why people in Africa, Europe, Asia, and Australia still experience kidnap activities is because many are unemployed. Job creation will create room to keep many people busy and take their minds away from such bad act.
Question: Can kidnapping be linked with economic sabotage?
Answer: From my own point of view, kidnapping can be linked to that challenge.
Question: Why do people get kidnapped in the first place?
Answer: People get kidnapped maybe for ransom or for other reasons. Explaining further, the reasons why people get kidnapped can be because of the following:
In this kind of kidnapping, the abductors want the relations of the kidnapped to pay some amount of money before their release.
(2) For Political reason
In this kind of kidnapping, the kidnapped is a politician. Maybe a rival sends the boys to carry out such for proper interrogation or torture.
(3) For Rituals
People that are into fetish practices sometimes involve in a kidnapping. In this kind, the victim ends up losing his or her life.
Question: Can the death penalty resolve kidnapping issues?
Answer: I know that the death penalty is a harsh punishment but when the government of Anambra states of Nigeria passed that law, they have their reasons for doing that. But since the government of the state passed that law, kidnapping in the state has reduced. So, the death penalty can be a way to resolve kidnapping.
Question: How does the way you dress influence kidnapping?
Answer: Your dressing in some cases can send some kinds of signals to people. These signals can be good or bad. It can make people to evaluate your worth in the society.
If one dresses in a way that is extravagant, it can attract kidnappers. When you show people that you are too rich, it can make kidnappers to put you in the record of their targets.
It is advised that even if one is so rich, he or she should dress moderately. If people show to the society that they are very rich, the society is evil and the evil ones can kidnap them for ransom.
Question: What is the increase in kidnapping?
Answer: From my own understanding, the increase in kidnapping is the rise in the rate kidnapping activity is carried out in a particular area.
If there is an increase in kidnapping in a particular society, what it means is that the bad act is of the rise. Meaning that bad practice is growing in that area.
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JOY OKEKE on August 24, 2020:
...HOW CAN WE STOP KIDNAPPING?
Ore on July 17, 2020:
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Daniel Sibley on February 14, 2020:
I am surprised that this article does not include sex trafficing, the largest reason by far people are kidnapped all over the world.
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Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on October 04, 2019:
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Yusuf Ramadan opeyemi aishat on June 23, 2019:
kidnapping in Nigeria is a bad thing
Yusuf Ramadan opeyemi aishat on June 22, 2019:
kidnappers should stop because we are the same flesh don't think you want to upgrade and use your fellow human being for money may almighty Allah bless us and guide us
Mcstephanie Tetteh on June 14, 2019:
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Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on June 09, 2019:
Thanks for your comments Linda, Kabir, olaide kabirat, and Tricia. All the best.
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Muhammad Kabir on May 25, 2019:
Hi !! Actually l search and seek information on Google about kidnapping because it is very common in my state Katsina. How l wish that this context contains the types of kidnapping, so that l can see if there is any group of kidnappers that demands human life !! Initially as u said, kidnapping is done mostly for money, but here in Katsina, you can hear that a group of kidnappers, kidnapped some one who can not even afford to feed himself or his family daily, and finally claiming a ransom of five million.
Tall me, which class of kidnapping does this belongs !? We only pray for Allah's protection, because even government or Buhari's administration show lack of interest to stop the activities of these stupid men and women through their securities. Really reading this post has made me to know more about kidnapping and how to be extra careful. Thanks
olaide kabirat on May 14, 2019:
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Linda on May 08, 2019:
Thank you very much .U helped me a lot
Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on April 29, 2019:
Thanks Uthman. I suggest you source for an answer to your question from another platform as this topic does not cover that. Thanks.
uthman a uthman on April 29, 2019:
can u explain the types of kidnapping?
Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on April 10, 2019:
@ Patience, am happy you found the work useful.
Patience on April 09, 2019:
Great work. This is going to help me with my presentation. Thanks to the author.
Tim Bennett on March 24, 2019:
A word of caution if you're on Facebook be careful recently someone threatened to kidnap me they said we know where you live at the first one claimed they had a underground bunker the second one I have psychic powers I have a voodoo doll and I will use it i deleted them from Facebook after that I warned them that they could be charged with first degree kidnapping the maximum sentence for first degree kidnapping is 25 years kidnapping is a serious threat
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Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on December 11, 2018:
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Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on November 27, 2018:
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Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on November 13, 2018:
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Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on November 02, 2018:
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Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on October 13, 2018:
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Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on September 25, 2018:
Thanks Anibe Nakuje for your comment. I really appreciate your motivating comment.
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Thank you so so much Mike, I really appreciate these facts that you displayed to the world, and it inspired me so much
Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on September 14, 2018:
You are welcome PP man. I really appreciate your positive comment.
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Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on September 10, 2018:
Thank you so much Brandy for your comment. If you want us talk, I suggest you go to the top of this page and click on "Contact Author". Then you write and send and your message will be delivered to my email. I will follow up from there. I cannot make my email public here because it may not be safe. Thanks as I wait to hear from you.
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Took the Judge eight months to Termanate CINA case and dismiss the case children came home eleven days. Dad told false allegaions because I woul;d not let my child go with him to Colorado. He is a felon. He is a very sick man.
Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on August 27, 2018:
@ Tchoice, thanks so much for your encouraging comment.
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Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on August 20, 2018:
It's no offense @ Olalekan Olutayo. What's more important is that you reference the work and the author. And again, since it's part of my work you used, there is no problem.
Olalekan Olutayo on August 20, 2018:
Brilliant work here bro,i found your piece interesting and i used it as part of materials for a presentation on this same topic, ''Kidnapping'',trust that i gave the necessary credit,i hope you take no offence? God bless you
Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on August 20, 2018:
@ Ojo Aderonke, even if some of them are among the security, not all are like that.
ojo aderonke on August 20, 2018:
when the people involves are now the security,how will you takcle the challenges.
Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on July 26, 2018:
Thanks so much Binta musa. All of us need to kick again kidnapping.
Binta musa on July 26, 2018:
This is what is disturbing my area about 700 children are missing,the worst part of it they have gone.and only 5people we're caught ,they are under investigation.well done,sir.
Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on July 11, 2018:
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Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on June 17, 2018:
Thanks so much Yash.
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Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on May 25, 2018:
It is very important @ muhwana patrick.
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All people ought to grow the spirit of God fearing.
Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on May 07, 2018:
God bless you too Akinruli comfort. Am happy for your expression. Goodluck in your assignment.
akinruli comfort on May 07, 2018:
Wao! am very happy. now I can sit down and answer the question on kidnapping very well. God bless the author.
Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on May 01, 2018:
Okwe Rose thanks for the motivating comment.
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I love this article it says the truth
Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on April 19, 2018:
@ zuzu, please make your comment clearer. I don't understand what you were trying to say I should let you do.
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Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on April 02, 2018:
Thanks Solomon Benjamin.
Solomon Benjamin. on April 02, 2018:
nice article. well-done sir
Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on March 29, 2018:
@ andrew ojiezel, thanks so much for your outstanding acknowledgement on the article.
andrew ojiezel on March 29, 2018:
Thanks for this piece, it indeed resourceful material for Nigerians, especially students. Well done
Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on March 17, 2018:
@ veringme, religion has done a lot of harm to people. Many have committed a lot of bad things in the name of religion.
veringme on March 17, 2018:
Wow people could get in to religion so much that they will murder someone because it is "right".(sorry english isnt my first laguange)
Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on March 02, 2018:
Thanks so much for appreciating my work. You cannot publish my article on your own website as that is plagiarism. You can only reference two or three sentences from this article. Thanks.
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Nice article and very detailed.
Can we use it on our site? It's for a project.
Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on March 01, 2018:
@ Jayanna, I do not understand what you meant by tone and mood, I suggest you explain more on that.
Jayanna on March 01, 2018:
What tone and mood is this article in?
Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on February 28, 2018:
Thanks so much Erioluwa for the appreciation.
Erioluwa on February 28, 2018:
Thanks for the article.
I used it to teach my students.
Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on February 26, 2018:
Thanks so much Quadri-Aishat for such motivating comment.
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Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on January 04, 2018:
Thanks oke christianah ajibola for such great comment.
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Very well written at that
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Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on October 26, 2017:
You are welcome. Thanks for commenting.
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Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on September 05, 2017:
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Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on July 19, 2017:
I do not understand your question. Are you talking of "kidneped for tumrol surgery" or "kidnapped for tumor surgery" please.
Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on July 03, 2017:
Thanks for the empowerment Okubote
okubote on June 30, 2017:
I love this article, great job.
Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on June 17, 2017:
You are right OGUNWUYI BOLADE but when the government fails to do her jobs, the youths should learn how to get themselves employed.
OGUNWUYI BOLADE on June 15, 2017:
Government should try to give youth jobs.
Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on June 04, 2017:
Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on February 24, 2017:
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Yves Abrera on February 23, 2017:
Kiddnaping is very dangerous to all
Okwuagbala Uzochukwu Mike P (author) from Anambra State, Nigeria on February 21, 2017:
Mustafa kamal, am so happy you found my work useful to what brought you here. I ask God for more strength.
Mustafa kamal on February 21, 2017:
I am thankful to you for writing this report