It is when peace becomes a residing factor in the life of the individual that he can boastfully say that he has sound mind stability, love to show, faith to connect with God, boldness to preach the gospel, authority to bind and loose demonic powers confess Jesus Christ in truth and in faith.
Added by uvara isaac ude on January 22, 2012 at 5:34am — No Comments
As you read this, Nigerians have resigned themselves to fate as regards the removal of subsidy on petroleum products and will henceforth buy their fuel at a higher price. One thing is however absolute, the sacrifice by Nigerians must not be in vain. Someone or some people must put their reputation on the line so that the efforts by Nigerians will not be the same old story as its been since the dawn of time. Who will stick out his or her neck to shelter the light the Nigerian people have…Continue
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Added by Simply Sam on January 21, 2012 at 12:30pm — No Comments
when i joined this community i made it clear that i will not welcome abuses on anyone whomsoever. please hide your abuses in your mind. if you do not know your tribe, please go ask your parent. Don't come here to abuse others'. there is only one tribe that should matter here; NIGERIA.
Now away from the issue of subsidy and petroleum for awhile, while I call and draw your attention to another most pressing issue, EDUCATION. It is a well known fact that our tertiary institutions are under lock and key, and the question that comes to mind next is why? Yes why so this time again, well from what I could gather, Prof Ukachuwku Awuzie has this to say: we (ASUU) have decided to go on strike because the federal government has failed to implement the agreement reached with it. But…Continue
Added by OYETIMEIN ADEWALE.A on January 17, 2012 at 2:25pm — No Comments
Biblical quotations not only serve as inspiration and motivations but an integral aspect of our personalities, this is because they manifest in our behavior, thought and reasoning. They also form pathways through which we recognize and appreciate the sovereignty of our Almighty God. They also empower us to approach God and serve Him in spirit, holiness and in true love. …Continue
Lack of guts, unfounded fear, timidity, and blind loyalty is the major problems that continue to rob Nigerians their freedom, equal opportunity, justice and sustainable good livings. According Fela, Nigerians are afraid of what they see and what they do not see. THey see the leadership like God ordained instead of mare representative. they fear, obey, and worship the leadership like God and gods. Nigerians lack of guts to consistently demand for their rigths and stubornly refuse to yield to…Continue
Added by chris "ezumezu" ogige on January 16, 2012 at 9:44am — No Comments
BY THE PRESIDENT ( Engr. Francis Ijenyo)
NIGERIAN ASSOCIATION, GOTHENBURG SWEDEN.
OCCUPY NIGERIA GOTHENBURG, SWEDEN
The President, Executive Council and…Continue
Added by Nigerian Family Assoc. Goteborg on January 14, 2012 at 11:53pm — No Comments
I am a guy of 24 years of age, has a nice stature and good looking but i don't really feel love, though i have been with different girls who really care about me and has shown me true love but due to my attitude they always break up with me because i dont really feel anything for anybody.
Please i need an advice on what i can do to love back those that really care about me. (FEMI).
You can help this guy with your advice by droping your comment here.. …Continue
Added by banjo stephen adewunmi on January 14, 2012 at 10:25pm — No Comments
Reading through a popular Nigerian Newspaper's investigation, there are strong indications that Mrs Alison-Madueke the Petroleum Minister was behind the decision that the removal of the subsidy on petroleum products be effective 1st January 2012. If this newspaper report is anything to go by, i find it pertinent to make what the French call a 'méa-culpa' here on this blog. Firstly, below is my comment to one of the news report in the Vanguard Newspaper on the second day of the protest…Continue
Personality trait here refers to an individual enduring characteristic and disposition that provide some degree of variation from one person to another mental and physical behavior. If this trait could be used to study the stability and instability of an individual’s characteristic that distinguish him from other, then it could also be used to determine an individual financial trait.…Continue
Added by uvara isaac ude on January 14, 2012 at 1:15am — No Comments
Indications arising from the latest discussion between labour and government were that government is now willing to shift ground concerning its earlier pump price giving an indication that the one week strike may likely end this weekend.
Information available to NAIJA2DAY indicates that by tomorrow , government and labour will fine tune in other gray areas thereby bringing the one week old strike to an end sooner.…
Added by Agbo Ann on January 13, 2012 at 7:30pm — No Comments
IF WE DO NOT CHANGE NIGERIA TODAY, NIGERIA WILL CHANGE US TOMORROW.
Added by Emma Emeka Anyagwa on January 13, 2012 at 6:52pm — No Comments
In keeping with current happenings in Nigeria, I shall keep this post short as to allow anyone who is participating in the fuel subsidy removal reversal strike enough time to finish reading and to have a nap as the possible end of this strike has not been announced. Firstly, I shall want to say I have not been posting due to migrations which are ongoing at the blog and websites of the Assembly of Yahweh Natzraya, in Nigeria. …Continue
Added by Irigha DM Olali on January 13, 2012 at 8:17am — No Comments
Issues arrising from the fuel subsidy withdrawal protest rallies and media debate since January 2, bother on what has been variously described as declining trust between the governed and governing in Nigeria;the question of timing for implementation of this policy ,and the wasteful or rather costly running of government in Nigeria at this time. To this end, the strike rallies have expanded their demands beyond return of the 65-naira pump price to include…Continue
Added by Nwokedi Nworisara on January 13, 2012 at 1:53am — No Comments
Do you take part in the celebration of Christmas simply because it's a tradition your parent; perhaps your grandparents were deeply involved or it is just a common practice observed by people you met and grow up with? Do your participate in the celebration because the Pope of Rome proclaim special blessing for his…Continue
Added by uvara isaac ude on January 13, 2012 at 1:52am — No Comments
I sometime look at this world, then i asked what is life
Life is a grand vanity, it is an exercise to futility, it is a waiting game that is beyond human comprehension.
Life is a gamble, sometimes you lose, sometimes you win.
Life is a grand illusion.
Man is a mechanical robot, a yoked and shackled beast of burden whose activity is predetermined by higher forces.
Life is fruitless effort, which at the end of the day will be erased completely and…Continue
Added by Timilehin Oyeniran on January 12, 2012 at 8:41pm — No Comments
From time being it has been noted that it is only with confidence that you can overcome any challenges.
so always try as much as possible to be in charge of what ever you into or doing presently because when you are in charge you will have full confidence to say your mind so as to make possible your thought and be heard by others.
Never accept nothing less than the pursuit of excellence because you are more than a conqueror and superiority has been deposited in…Continue
Added by banjo stephen adewunmi on January 12, 2012 at 1:49pm — No Comments
Dear Fellow Nigerians
The problem with Nigeria is that most Nigerians are too conservative. We resist changes - good or bad - because we are always suspicious of the motives for such changes. This over-cautious mind-set unfortunately has hindered meaningful progress in our collective quest of building a dependable and sustainable nation. We are at this spot in the nation history because can no longer trust the political and religious leadership. Corruption, like a virus has eaten…Continue
Added by Michael Olusegun FAJUYIGBE on January 12, 2012 at 10:12am — No Comments