17 May 2014
The Democratic Nursing Organisation of
South Africa says it feels the pain of the Nigerian parents whose daughters
have been abducted by Boko Haram.
Denosa Spokesperson Sibongiseni Delihlazo
said keeping quiet when more than 200 innocent school girls are kidnapped is
equal to approving of this act.
Delihlazo added that this marks the
beginning of the decay of the values that have characterised the African
continent for a long time.
Delihlazo said the nurses are seriously concerned
if this kind of behaviour is allowed to continue and flourish in the African
continent then the nurses are likely to be soft targets because they work long
"Most nurses are actually single parents and
therefore the fear is that if this behaviour is allowed to settle in the
African continent the values of Ubuntu will be eradicated and this is a huge
concern Delihlazo added.
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