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Over 150 Children Stranded As FCDA Demolished Orphanage Home In Abuja

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The Department of Development Control, Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCDA), has been accused of pulling down an orphanage home at Kubwa - Abuja.

According to reports, over 150 orphaned children are currently stranded at Kubwa, Abuja due to the demolition by officials of the Department of Development Control, Federal Capital Territory Administration.

MandyNews.com reports that the exercise, which commenced on Tuesday, March 26, 2019, involved the demolition of an orphanage in Kubwa; Divine wounds of Jesus Christ Orphanage Home; Opposite NSITF, Arab road Kubwa; was demolished by FCDA, as claimed by Director of affairs at the orphanage; Charles Ikezemuoka

Watch the moment the bulldozer under the instruction of FCDA in Abuja, destroyed the motherless babies home (Divine wounds orphanage home, Arab road, Kubwa)with over 150 kids still inside and no warrant from the court.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=7y1kd3yotUM

mandynews.com/over-150-children-stranded-as-fcda-demolished-orphanage-home-photos-video/


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God help us all

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It is well even inside the well.

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how can you do such a thing

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God will give them good and safe home to stay.

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Why now na wat o

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this is serious

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May Almighty Allah grant them petty and proved help for them...... Ya Alla

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What is reason behinde the demolition. Besides, other place suppose to be provide for those orphan

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As they demolished the building of these little ones I hope their aim is to build a better one for them because if they don't get t means they want those kids to be homeless

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the motherless babies home (Divine wounds orphanage home, Arab road, Kubwa)with over 150 kids still inside and no warrant from the cour

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[ @Alingo: ] The Department of Development Control, Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCDA), has been accused of pulling down an orphanage home at Kubwa - Abuja.

According to reports, over 150 orphaned children are currently stranded at Kubwa, Abuja due to the demolition by officials of the Department of Development Control, Federal Capital Territory Administration.

MandyNews.com reports that the exercise, which commenced on Tuesday, March 26, 2019, involved the demolition of an orphanage in Kubwa; Divine wounds of Jesus Christ Orphanage Home; Opposite NSITF, Arab road Kubwa; was demolished by FCDA, as claimed by Director of affairs at the orphanage; Charles Ikezemuoka

Watch the moment the bulldozer under the instruction of FCDA in Abuja, destroyed the motherless babies home (Divine wounds orphanage home, Arab road, Kubwa)with over 150 kids still inside and no warrant from the court.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=7y1kd3yotUM

mandynews.com/over-150-children-stranded-as-fcda-demolished-orphanage-home-photos-video/

awwn.. too bad

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Thanks for the update

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with over 150 kids still inside and no warrant from the court.

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This is too bad

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Demolished orphanage home

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The government needs to do something to alleviate the plight of the less privilege.

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is this good,why an orphanage

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They should provide accomodatiom for them asap

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Wickedness,at least a quick note to evacuate would do

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this is rather a sad news and it doesn't really sit well.

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this is very strange

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Orphanage would not be humiliated

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God will help them

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[ @Alingo: ] The Department of Development Control, Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCDA), has been accused of pulling down an orphanage home at Kubwa - Abuja.

According to reports, over 150 orphaned children are currently stranded at Kubwa, Abuja due to the demolition by officials of the Department of Development Control, Federal Capital Territory Administration.

MandyNews.com reports that the exercise, which commenced on Tuesday, March 26, 2019, involved the demolition of an orphanage in Kubwa; Divine wounds of Jesus Christ Orphanage Home; Opposite NSITF, Arab road Kubwa; was demolished by FCDA, as claimed by Director of affairs at the orphanage; Charles Ikezemuoka

Watch the moment the bulldozer under the instruction of FCDA in Abuja, destroyed the motherless babies home (Divine wounds orphanage home, Arab road, Kubwa)with over 150 kids still inside and no warrant from the court.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=7y1kd3yotUM

mandynews.com/over-150-children-stranded-as-fcda-demolished-orphanage-home-photos-video/

thabks for thebupdate

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Government should try and do something

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Thanks for the update

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Thanks for the post

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Why naaa ... this is not fair oo

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This is just a wicked act.

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This is serious, government should do something

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