Thursday, November 27, 2014

“WE ARE NOT BLESSED”-Every Nigerian Should Read This!

Written by PStacks on Nov 23, 2014:

WE ARE NOT BLESSED.
"Forty nine innocent little boys were butchered by Boko Haram in their schools on November 10, 2014 as they resumed class in Yobe state.

The question must be asked: is there any limit to the depravity of these monsters and those that secretly support and encourage them?


I may not know much but one thing that I know is this: the spilling of innocent blood has terrible consequences for both the land on which it is spilt and for those that spill it. I am talking about long-term generational consequences.

This is the more so when that blood is the blood of children. Our girls are kidnapped from their schools, abducted, raped, married off and sold into slavery and we call ourselves blessed.

Our little boys are bombed to smithereens in their schools, their young lives are snuffed out, there is no sense of outrage and no one is brought to book yet we call ourselves blessed.


Our level of sensitivity has been seared to a point that we don't care anymore and we are no longer moved when we hear about the horrors being inflicted on our people yet we call ourselves blessed.


When will we appreciate the fact that there is something fundamentally wrong with us? I had every reason to feel so sad on the day that the news from Yobe came but my initial sadness was quickly overwhelmed by a deep and burning rage.


The saddest aspect of it all is that even now, most Nigerians still can't see or feel that evil despite the daily bombings, killings, abductions and kidnappings.


The truth is that until Boko Haram takes over the entire north and knocks on the gates of the south, Nigerians will continue to act as if the whole thing is no big deal and that whatever atrocities that Boko Haram commit really doesn't matter. That is how short-sighted, insensitive, depraved and ignorant we have become.


We are a people that have no conscience and we no longer care when our citizens are treated like filth or slaughtered like flies. There is no other country and no other people in the world that suffers from our particular type of affliction. We are suffering from a strange disease.


Nigeria is not blessed, she is cursed and she is in dire need of deliverance. If we were not cursed how can we act as if all is well and how can we be normal after 49 of our school children were bombed to death in one fell swoop.


This single outrageous and horrendous act is enough to traumatise most nations and most people for the next ten years, but not us. Most of us are indifferent: we shut it out and act as if it never happened.


We are a strange land of strange men and women. We are a land where the nepthalim hold sway. We are a land that enjoy to watch others suffer injustice, persecution and wickedness and where the youth would rather rant on facebook and twitter than risk their lives by marching on the streets and demanding change.


We are a land that despise the learned and that celebrate ignorance. We are a land that hates the truth and that worships mammon. We are a land where courageous and righteous men suffer hardship, humiliation, injustice and persecution whilst evil men are reverred and exalted.


We are a land that claims to love God but that does everything that is contrary to His counsel and His will. We are a land where brother eats sister and where sister eats brother. We are a land where parents trade off the future, the destiny and the glory of their own children for a pittance and where men sell their souls to the devil for fame, power and wealth.


We are a land where children are killed and maimed, where women are dehumanised and turned into desperate harlots by virtue of the circumstances in which they are forced to live and where evil is nurtured, encouraged and glorified.


We are a land that continues to dance, to make merry and to rejoice even as it's weakest and most vulnerable citizens are butchered and even when it's very own children are slaughtered like christmas turkeys and sallah rams.

I see all this and I say shame on us all: from the highest to the lowest we have all failed. From the pauper to the prince and from the servant to the king we are all guilty. Shame on us, more than 8thousand nigerians have died and over 1million have become homeless becoming refugees in their own country..800thousand have fled to neighbouring countries, Yet we pretend as if nothing is wrong. Eagles played last night in uyo without holding a minute silence in respect for the dead boys and u expected them to win? We are a heartless nation.


Our hope and salvation lies in one thing and one thing alone: the love of the Lord God of Hosts, the mercy of the Ancient of Days and the grace of the Living God. I have little doubt and abundant evidence to prove that He still loves us despite the evil that is inherent in us...


A couple of weeks back a courageous Canadian soldier was killed by an insane terrorist who stormed the Canadian Parliament and who held their political leaders hostage until he himself was killed. The whole world rose up and condemned this callous act and rightly came to a standstill.


Most importantly the Canadian government and people honoured the dead and paid him tribute after tribute. It was very moving and highly appropriate. That soldier deserved no less. Everyone in Canada, and indeed throughout the civilised world, was talking about it and people were very sad.


That is how normal people and normal countries are meant to react to such things and that is how sane and civilised people are expected to behave. Yet in Nigeria it is not so. In this country hundreds of our people are slaughtered in 100 different ways and abducted every week and there is no sense of panic or alarm.


There are no tears, there is no urgency, there is no passion, there is no anger, there are no demonstrations or demands for those that commit this evil to be brought to justice, there is no support for our security agents and military, there is no sense of national outrage and most important of all there is no genuine empathy or sympathy for the victims and casualties of terror even though most of them are women and children. It is just business as usual and our nation is flying on auto pilot. Let us hope and pray that we don't eventually go into free-fall and crash.


Reader's note: please share this so every Nigeria- big and small will read this beautifully written wake-up call!
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Monday, November 24, 2014

Photo: Emir Sanusi Lamido When He Was A Kid in 1963

Pictured above is former CBN governor and now Emir of Kano, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, arriving Kano from London "around 1963" with his father, Muhammad Lamido Sanusi, whose father was the Emir of Kano until that year. SLS was 2 years old when this pic was taken. Balling from birth, hmmm.

75 Year Old Man Arrested For Impregnating 13-year Old Girl in Oyo State [Photo]

THE Yoruba proverb which says that one does not need a complete set of teeth to break a hard bone, once the few ones present in the mouth can do the job, aptly describes Pa Muse Alabi both literally and metaphorically. Most of the teeth of the 75-year-old man are missing. This has made the front and the two sides of the laughter chamber to cave in. But Pa Alabi is still going strong in meat consumption – both animal and human.

Says 'I only Slept With Her Twice'

Boko Haram Invades Damasak Market In Borno State

Gunmen suspected to be members of the dreaded Boko Haram sect on Monday disguised as traders and opened fire on unsuspecting traders at Damasak town in Borno State.

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Company Drags Dbanj To Court Over Alleged Dud Cheque & Bad Debt

This are indeed not the best times for koko master, and as a matter of fact this is the first time I am hearing D’banj being in a mess over money. Now a Technology company, MindHub Technologies is claiming D’banj is owing them the sum of  $240,000 and another  N15,000,000, which the artiste has not denied but issued them post-dated cheques which were bounced back.

Photo: Is Tonto Dikeh and Wizkid's Girlfriend,Tania Secret Lesbian Partners?

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Hmm....whatever it is...but we have been hearing rumors of Tonto and Tania digging each other for a while...and I also learnt that Wizkid's girlfriend, Tania pictured grabbing another lady's as$ loves touching fellow ladies' body....anyway, what's my business? lol

The Power of Ex Boyfriends

The most precious position to occupy in a woman's heart is "ex". 'ex' the only person that has the power to decide a woman's past, present and future!

@Guys, if you aren't "ex" to at least 5 different ladies, then you aren't mature enough to marry, please don't yet!

And before you put a ring on it, make sure you are either her ex or her first!

Saturday, November 22, 2014

Thursday, November 20, 2014

This Lady Confessed That She Has Slept with 324 Men & Now Telling Her New Boyfriend To Wait Till Marriage?

Hehe....this lady admitted that she has slept with 324 different men! Are you shocked? Better don't be because many Naija chicks have broken more record than this...and you won't know until they tell you, which will never happen till Christ returns back! Now, check more hillarious tweets about this issue below:

Photos: Dbanj Secretly Proposes To Tonto Dikeh?

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You may have heard this rumor....but then, don't be surprised if it has turned out to be true...let's wait and see....you can see another pic below:

Be Inspired: How Chisco Transport Ltd CEO Started Transport Business in Nigeria With 120 Naira

When it comes to entrepreneurship, Chief Dr. Chidi Anyaegbu, CEO Chisco group has not only proved himself but has blazed a trail that others can follow.

Like most entrepreneurs from the East, he started out selling Spare parts. But with a seed fund of just NGN120, goodwill, a detailed plan and a passion for excellence, Chief Anyaegbu has grown his transport business into the conglomerate, Chisco group having arms in Oil and gas, finance, hospitality, real estate, education, import and export.

In the course of his business, he also attended several short Management and Entrepreneurial courses in France, USA, Brazil, Germany, and United Kingdom. He was conferred with a Doctorate Degree in Business Administration (Honoris Causa) by Penn State University, USA in 1996. He is a Fellow, Chattered Institute of Logistics and Transport (International) London and possesses the Business Certificate Award by University of Houston USA.

In this interview with Tobi Solarin from Vanguard Spark, during which he pledged to give N200, 000 to the SPARK Rookie of the Month for November, this passion-driven entrepreneur shares his perspective on success, business and service to God and humanity.

Below are some excerpts from the interview:

"I hardly get what I want in life"- Confessed President Goodluck Jonathan?

President Goodluck Jonathan on Thursday told a gathering of the Peoples Democratic Party leaders in the Presidential Villa, Abuja that he hardly gets what he looks forward to in life.

Amazing Photos: Speaker, House of Reps Caught Jumping Fence To Avoid Police Arrest? Lafmaoo

Oya na....lafmaooo....

Oso ga eme ugbua- hehe....see what some peoples' fathers are doing all because of power, ah! more funny pics below;

Life of the Rich Guys: See How Women Dance Naked for This Rich Guy!

Whoever said money can't buy love, must have gone to the wrong market! lol. Watch live video and see photos of how pretty ladies dance naked for this rich guy, photos below:

Happy 57th Birthday to President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan!


Today 20th November, the President and The Commander in Chief of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Dr Goodluck Ebele Jonathan is a year older. The President just turned 57.

Long Live President Jonathan!

Long Live the Federal Republic of Nigeria!Long Live President Jonathan!

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

How I Lost My Virginity To My Dream Man

Just call me Kate, my agony started the day my friends in the hostel realised I was still a virgin. Then I was 17 and in SS3. In the hostel, I shared a room with three other girls and classmates - Janet who normally called me K.T, Sandra, who called me Katty and Linda.

"So what is the big deal?" I asked, knowing that there was no reason they should be laughing at me.

"No big deal Katty, only that you are still a girl" Sandra said.

Monday, November 17, 2014

Photo: The Power of Money- Love Version

Top PDP Chieftain, and Politician, Tony Anenih with Young Pretty Wife

3 Queens in 1 Photo Pose: Omotola, Genevieve & Rita Domnic Pose in Selfie

The selfie was taken towards the end of The fourth Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF) which came to an end two days ago, and in attendance were - Genevieve Nnaji, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde and Rita Dominic, who decided to take a memorable pose together.