Is There Any Hope?

lizzymark
Posted November 19, 2019 from Nigeria

Everyday I wake up,am forced to wonder if there is any hope for a child in Nigeria let alone a girl child who is regarded as nothing to the society. Even our mothers who occupy places if influence care less about what happens to their children in this great nation, everyone is worried and concerned about how to make more money buy new cars,own more property and not building a future for the women and children who would lead tomorrow. Girls are out there looking for support asking for help,while doing that a useless opportunist is taking advantage of their vulnerability and satisfying his desire.

How long will this neglect, hopelessness continue? Am afraid and worried, what if am not able to give this girls what they deserve, who will be willing to hear their cry for help and bring succour to them.

I see greatness in them I see a bright future I see leaders with great vision and purpose, but all this might die if no one sends help. Some of them are getting pregnant every now and again because they have lost touch with the meaning of life there is little one person can. Some have children and because there is no one to support this m or the kids,they give up and go prostituting to survive. 

Hello anyone there!!!!!!!!!!! 

This story was submitted in response to Supporting Our Girls.

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Jill Langhus
Nov 20
Nov 20

Hello Dear Lizzy,

Thanks for sharing your post, dear. I can see that you're feeling overwhelmed? Why do you think that you won't be able to provide for them? You offer them support and love, right? That will continue, yes? I think you're a strong, smart and determined young woman. There's no reason why you can't do what you set your mind to. We believe in you and we support you, dear. Let us know how we can help raise you up:-)

XX

lizzymark
Nov 20
Nov 20

Thank you Jill,its so overwhelming when I see this young girls in need and there is not much to support them with. Thank you again.

Jill Langhus
Nov 22
Nov 22

You're welcome, dear. But I think you're doing more than what you're thinking.

Hope you have a good weekend, dear!
XX

Emmanuella Nwanua
Nov 20
Nov 20

Wow, Nigeria my country.
We shall rise again to do that which is necessary and expedient.
Thanks for sharing Lizzymark.

Anita Shrestha
Nov 20
Nov 20

Dear Sis
Thank you for sharing

Hello, dear Lizzy,

I can understand your frustration. I hope, too, the girls in Nigeria will have better opportunities and increased awareness of their value as women.

Thank you for sharing your heart with us. One girl at a time, dear sis. We can make it!

Jacqueline Namutaawe

Hello Lizzy Mark yes there is hope for our girls when you and I join efforts and voice out our concerns someday they will hear and act on the cause. Yes indeed there is a ray of hope for our girls.