The interest I have for hearing the views of people I have never met goes back a long, long way to when I used to listen to 'Focus on Africa' on the BBC. I would hear the presenter read out one letter after the other criticising politicians, rebels or even the BBC itself. It made me think "Wow! So all these people out there have all these different opinions!" It wasn't long before I ventured to dip my toe in the water and send my own letters to the BBC. The toe-dipping eventually became a full blown
The Blog below was inspired by THIS NVS article.
Let us face the truth.
All of us Nigerians - every single one of us, especially those of us who deserted the land for "abroad" - contributed to the disintegration of the land we call our Homeland. For the most part, we deal with Nigeria with a hands-off attitude. Just picture it this way: we live in a house and refuse to partake in the
Three things always bring tears to my eyes, the first cry of a baby just birthed, peeling onions and watching a sinner choose to become a saint. About 20 people got born again tonight at the Wednesday service of this church I visit near my house. Tears reamed my eyes.
God is so GOOD! His love is amazing! Satan has lost those souls forever! They are now saints, new born babes in Christ. I pray they continue to come to church so they can be fed properly.
Salvation is truly
It was one of those slow work days and I wandered into the break room where the guys were sitting. I had expected them to be talking or eating but they were all sitting down and their eyes were glued to the TV as they intensely focused on whatever it was that was on. I pulled up a seat to sit beside them hoping it wasn't a baseball game or a football game they were looking at because I find those boring and would rather watch Cartoon Network or something.
"What are you watching,guys?"
The one with the crane is the new Silverbird Movie Gallariea under construction in Abuja...Ben Murray is not easy again o!