Despairful stories and experiences have been spreading around the world from the beginning of time itself, but sometimes grace comes our way through physical and spiritual help. One of these graceful and intervened evil happening is a fascinating and shocking incident that occurred sixteen years ago that I like to take you back to know about it in case you did not know.
A young girl who was kidnapped in Ethiopia and saved by lions was first brought to public attention in June 2005, when the tragic yet captivating account of her rescue by lions was made widely known. A 12-year-old girl, depicted in this photograph, had been abducted by seven men, all of whom demanded that she be married to one of them when she refused to comply. After she refused to comply, they beat her up.
He and his men held her hostage for a week, during which she was subjected to torture. They persisted in pressuring her into marrying one of them, despite her refusal to participate. After an adolescent girl was stolen by a bunch of lions, who came to her help and shielded her until she was rescued by the Ethiopian police, the lions turned on them.
When it was revealed that the lions did not bite her but instead protected her, the public was stunned. According to a Sergeant by the name of Wondimu, the sobbing voice of a young girl may be mistaken for that of a lion cub, which was the response given.
I have to admit, it's a fantastic story. In a statement, the police said they had caught four of the abductors and were still looking for the remaining four.
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