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What is the Christian's attitude towards God today?

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Our God is a merciful and gracious father. He has a good plan for us in His programmes. His plan is to prosper, protect and preserve us above all that we ask or think according to the power that…Continue

Our youths today: what kind of leaders tomorrow?

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I'm tempted to say Nigeria's future is full of uncertainty. Infact more unclear is the identity of the so-called leaders who will replace the old ones and steer the nation effectively in the coming…Continue


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At 5:33pm on August 10, 2010, Ubido Emeka said…
Mr Paul, i want to quickly say a big thank you for complimenting with me over the RACE FOR ANIOMA EXISTENCE. Malcolm E. Ubido
At 11:22am on June 23, 2010, Just NEWS said…
We were Ya*ku*bu*ed and before that Kaited abi bawo lo se ri si

YAKUBU (Ya-ku-bu)
v. Ya*ku*bu, Ya*ku*bu*ed, Ya*ku*bus
1. To utterly squander once-in-a-lifetime opportunities, especially one that will cause pain to/mourning among millions of people

2. To mistake a platter of gold for a potty, and to go ahead and defecate all over it, while millions watch in distress, dread and disbelief

3. To be presented with an open door of success and to woefully fail to step in

4. To lack the zest, fervor, and drive to complete the easiest of tasks

5. To fail awfully at a very easy and uncomplicated task

(Etymology: Derived from Yakubu Aiyegbeni’s horribly missed opportunities during Nigeria’s lackluster performance against South Korea at the 2010 Soccer World Cup)


"Mrs. Marriage Counselor, I am terribly pained! It was our wedding night! I was ready. . .But. . . But. . .He didn’t know what to do! I tried to help, but he Yakubu’ed!”

"All she needed to do was show up and the get the job that was waiting for her – Guess what? She Yakubu’ed the opportunity.”

Prayer: "Father, may I not Yakubu any door You open in my life in Jesus name!"

Example of the pain/mourning referenced in #1 above: “Yakubu! My unborn child won't forgive him” (Source: Acidosis)


1. Waste foolishly
2. Fritter away
3. Dissipate casually
4. Lose effortlessly
5. Waste pipe (Source: chi-baby's papa!)


[b]YAKUBUOLOGY (Ya-ku-bu-o-lo-gy)
n. Ya*ku*bu*o*lo*gy

A situation where family demons travel long distance (no visa required) with a person, wait for that individual’s moment of glory, and strike that person with a persistent lack of common sense.
Usage: “That man Yakubus from time to time. That’s why nothing works for him!”
At 4:09pm on June 14, 2010, Don Matete said…
The greatest push is from a friend it is the only push that take us down to lift us up.
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I believe in you...I believe in change...
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