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What happened in Jos, Plateau State Capital North Central Nigeria, was share wickedness, Barbaric and the height of man’s inhumanity to man, human lives butchered and burnt, houses burnt and demolished and children orphaned. The trauma will take a long time in healing.

Though, I lost my home, office and some other valuables thank God for life, that am still living. I suffered a minor shock as a result of what I lost but am up on my feet now, squatting with a friend at Rukuba road in Jos so are many others.

Presently, over forty (40) camps of displaced persons have been identified by the Plateau State Relief Emergency Committee; a lot still need to be done. You can come to our aid as soon as possible.

We cannot carryout what we sworn and love to do, due to our present state, please come to our aid.

I want to thank all those who wrote in and called to ask of our well being and send sympathy messages; we thank you all for your care and love.

For now we cannot be reached through our office address until further notice. To reach us please call: +2348036467133, +2347086344099.

Thank you in anticipation.

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kingsley's picture


I will as a matter of fact be posting the details of what happened in Jos soon.i cannot do this now because i was affected my home,office and other things that matter to me were destroyed in this barbaric was an eye saw. the trauma will take a long time to heal but with your assistant it will be sooner.i saw it all because i was there.expect pictures of this evil act also.
I soon as i settle down you will get the details

imparting lives

olutosin's picture

It is well my brother

Dear Kingsley,

I read the gory tales of happening in Jos, it is barbaric and condemnable. I really thank God that you came out of it unhurt and pray that God touches the heart of those bent on throwing pandemonium into our existence.

Olutosin Oladosu Adebowale
Founder/Project Coordinator
Star of Hope Transformation Centre
512 Road
F Close
Festac Town


olutosin's picture

Telephone Conversation

I had a telephone conversation with Kingsley from Lagos to Jos, he is perfectly alright and I promised to speak with him again, so bad that is all I can afford, but he is in perfect shape.

Olutosin Oladosu Adebowale
Founder/Project Coordinator
Star of Hope Transformation Centre
512 Road
F Close
Festac Town


shakila's picture

Dear Kingsley,

I read the terrible event that happened in Jos it is really very miserable .First of all thanks God that you are out of harm's way. This act is dreadful, I think those people who do such malevolence deeds don’t have any religion because no religion appreciates such offense .My prayers are with you dear brother may God bless you and help all of those who are victims of this awful event.

shakila bano

busayo's picture

Sorry Kingsley

This is terrible, the Lord will put an end to this. We will continue to uphold you in prayers. I have other friends in jos too.
I will also try and call you

with love

Busayo Obisakin
Women inspiration Development center
Ile-Ife, Nigeria

jap21's picture

Hang in there

A good man never carries his burdens alone, because God is carrying them with him. In fact, God is carrying you in His arms Kinglsey, and we are helping from all over the world with our prayers. Please take a moment to close your eyes and turn in all your grief and sorrow in His loving hands. Remember there is always hope when your spirit is the higher one.



Jacqueline Patiño FundActiva
Tarija - Bolivia
South America

jadefrank's picture

Dearest Kingsly, I am

Dearest Kingsly,

I am saddened to hear of the violence in Jos and I pray for your safety as well as your brothers and sisters in this region. I'm so sorry to hear of your loss, but I thankful that you were spared. Please keep us updated on the situation. As the conflict is not familiar for many of our members, I also ask that you provide some background for us so that we can better understand the situation and help brainstorm solutions for securing your people. I feel that I cannot always rely on foreign news agencies to report the truth - but I can trust you as a brave voice and our brother here on PulseWire - World Pulse's community newswire.

My thoughts are with you,

Nusrat Ara's picture

It is really heart rendering.

It is really heart rendering. May God give you faith and courage.


Zoya's picture

its sad to read what has

its sad to read what has happened i am sure sooner or latter things will improve, lets pray together for all those who have suffered, god bless all

Zoya Ali

Victoria Vorosciuc's picture


Hope, hope and hope - that is what is most important...
I hope you get well and soon recovered. Please help those around and lots of courage!


Victoria Vorosciuc
Project Coordinator
"Empowering women to participate
in community life"
WorldPulse Media Corresspondent

Ralph Risch's picture

We are with you


I am so sorry to hear what has happened to you and your people in Jos. My thoughts are with you and my wishes for your safety and a return to normal life. I hope that you will be able to post more information on the situation there, and how you are coping.


J.o's picture

Prayers are with you

Dear Kingsley,

No human being should ever have to experience what you and others in Jos have been through. We will pray for you. Healing will come in time-have Faith.



mrbeckbeck's picture

We are with you...

Dear Kingsley,

I am so thankful that you have survived this violence, and are here, willing to share the story and news with us.

When I first heard of this violence in Jos in the news, I wondered about the PulseWire community, and if anyone from here was affected. It makes me tremble to think what you've endured. I struggle to understand the situation, and hope that you can offer us an update, or some background information.... Nigeria is on my mind very much these days.

Through your eyes, we can try to get a clear picture, and offer our supportive ears, hearts, eyes, and voices. We are with you. Thank you for being here, and being brave to hold onto hope and not despair.

In peace,

Scott Beck
World Pulse Online Community Volunteer

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