Contrary to what some think..Objokes has just done the needful, exercised the freedom to express himself..sweet .
The best since Ishapa has been attaching itself to pounded-yam.
A lot of wisdom in what he's just done.
I dont see him declaring for any party now and this is not even about any party but Nigeria.
The party that suffered E-malfunction and has been crying that he's sabotaging them can now go get some kleenex.
What will happen in 2015 was already decided way before we got to it.
If you are a planner you will understand what i mean.
If you are use to managing your life and time well, you will know what am on about.
Most of us leave our life to chance and dont bother about tomorrow, or just cant be bothered.
Some people make what we call New Year resolution.
Some resolve to change for the better or reanalyze how they do things.
Updated Feb 17, 2015 at 12:40 AM by emj
It had been many weeks since I had attended any church, mosque or temple, but I was very pleased that I did, last Sunday, Australia Day Eve. This is a Public Holiday (each year on - I think - the last Monday of January each year). And as I am typing this, I am in the last minutes of it.
Here is a bit of Australiana I am very happy to share, so it contains terms and concepts well known to us Aussies, but perhaps not known and appreciated generally:
PRAYER OF CONFESSION
Let's quickly assume that there was never the Northern or Southern Protectorates; hence, no need for their amalgamation into what is today known as Nigeria, what would I be and what would you be? Today, you will not be the president of Nigeria and I will not be a Nigerian because there will be nothing like Nigeria. While I will be identified with just one tag (that is my tribal tag, as insignificant as it may be in the global order of things, it is one's primary identity), most likely, you too will.
It is appropriate that every New Year that we should "spring clean" our homes, to "sweep out the old, and bring in the new". We have to do this; otherwise, we clutter not only our homes, but our minds with much that is stale.
I hope that you will enjoy this exercise of the mind, thus to go out, and about, proclaiming the "Good News", so that "good things" might happen:
In the "a - z" universal scheme of things, "atheists" are just as much "theists" as anyone else. If
Updated Jan 1, 2015 at 09:43 AM by a piper too