Sunday, April 2, 2023

To all those who murdered Lt. Imkongchiba Kichu

“The tree that bears fruits will be stoned.” Alas!!! They chose not to stone but to chop it down.
To all those involved in the most heinous and merciless murder of our beloved brother Lt. Imkongchiba Kichu.
Bravo!!!! Finally, your plots and plans have been executed and what you see now is the consequences of your deed. You have sacrificed so much for this, celebrate your victory in public not alone with doors closed.
Now that you have managed to MURDER an innocent, defenceless unarmed being, are you satisfied? What do you beget out of this monstrous act? Don’t you have any guilt or remorse? Don’t you have a conscience? Are you even Human? Do you know how hurting it is for a mother to lose her only son? Nevertheless, you did what you did because you wanted to do it. Period.
Don’t you see the blood in your hands? Alas!!
The blood stains cannot be erased, but in-fact it will infest and haunt you and your generations (The LORD is slow to anger, abounding in love and forgiving sin and rebellion.
Yet he does not leave the guilty unpunished; he punishes the children for the sin of the parents to the third and fourth generation. Numbers 14:18).
The Tag “Murderers” will remain even after you are long gone. ‘Murderers’ will be synonymous to your names now and forever.
Oh!!! What have you done to him, to us and yourself?! None of the consequences of your act is benefiting any of us, not even you. Does it not pain you to share your bitter cup with your offspring for no fault of theirs?
No words can express our excruciating pain and disgust towards your horrendous deed. No tears, no regrets, no action will bring back our brother, our son, our friend’s life, yet we still pity you because we’re afraid, God and His words do not go in vain (Beloved, do not look for revenge but leave room for the wrath; for it is written, “Vengeance is mine, I will repay, says the Lord.”
Romans12:19). Many of you may manage to flee from the law, but you cannot escape God and His wrath.
I only wish and pray that one day you will realise, what you did was extremely wrong, shameful, hurtful and sinful and that you will stop others from committing such crime and fight against it.
That day, the world will become a better place to live in and coexist with peace.
Achi, You have stood and fought like the last man standing, ran a good race and were well ahead of many. But the evil forces against you refused to let you race more.
“The tree that bears fruits will be stoned.” Alas!!! They chose not to stone but to chop it down”.
Let us only wait and watch the kind of fruit they will bear. For now, only God, you and the people involved knows who did this to you.
Our God is a Just and a Living God and He will let the world know the truth sooner or later. Justice will prevail. Rest in Peace Achi.
Limasungla Jamir.

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