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Why Americans Love Their Country: Every life Matters- US NAVY SEAL Rescues 27 Years Old Missionary Kidnapped In Niger But Rescued From Northern Nigeria

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An unknown American was kidnapped in far away northern Nigeria. And the American government deployed their best Defence hands and technology risking the lives of several of their best navy seal to secure the release of this unknown American.
But down here thousands of our people are kidnapped every day and yet our government behaves as if all is well. Leah Shaibu is still in captivity. Recently an army colonel was kidnapped, ransom paid and still he was killed.
When will the lives of ordinary Nigerians matter to the extent that our government will use every force within its control to save it.
When will our lives matter to the extent that a threat to one is considered a threat to all.
Brothers and sisters lets all rise up and fight for a new Nigeria where the life of every one will matter.
U.S. forces conducted a hostage rescue operation during the early hours of 31 October in Northern Nigeria to recover an American citizen held hostage by a group of armed men,” Jonathan Hoffman,  Pentagon spokesman said.

“We delivered on that commitment late last night in Nigeria, where some of our bravest and most skilled warriors rescued a U.S. citizen after a group of armed men took him hostage across the border in Niger,” Pompeo, US Secretary of State said.

United States Military has announced that it successfully conducted a rescue operation in Northern Nigeria, where an American citizen, Philip Walton, aged 27, was “recovered” from armed men in the region.

This was disclosed in a statement issued by the Pentagon and reported by American news sources on Saturday.

Fox News reported that it was the US Navy Seal team 6 that conducted the raid and nobody was injured in the exercise.

“U.S. forces conducted a hostage rescue operation during the early hours of 31 October in Northern Nigeria to recover an American citizen held hostage by a group of armed men,” Jonathan Hoffman,  Pentagon spokesman said.

“We delivered on that commitment late last night in Nigeria, where some of our bravest and most skilled warriors rescued a U.S. citizen after a group of armed men took him hostage across the border in Niger,” Pompeo, US Secretary of State said.

There has been no official response from the Nigerian Army yet.

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