The Perfect and All-Powerful God.

‘Beast’ defines elephants. (Pic source: mbi.ntd.tv)

Elephants are big and strong but ants are stronger; now let me break my argument down.

If in a class of 20 students 9 made first class then ideally the class has more brilliant students than the one with 40 students which boasts of 10 first class students. Alternatively Mr. Olowolabi earns #500,000 per month and donated #50,000 to charity while Mr. Owolabi earns #200,000 and donated #30,000 who performed better? Of course Mr. Owolabi. Continue reading The Perfect and All-Powerful God.

‘Birds of a Feather with Different Feathers.’

Sandra Ankobiah with the Okoro sisters.

‘Birds of a Feather with Different Feathers,’ many times are our friends.

Families look alike because they share similar genes but friends are also part of family because they share something with us, don’t forget birds of a feather do flock together.

Based on similarity in looks who in the image is the odd one out? Emeka, bia Sandra Ankobiah isn’t part of the biological anko can you bring her out? Continue reading ‘Birds of a Feather with Different Feathers.’

Why Do We Ride and Not Drive Bicycles?

We burn more energy riding bikes than driving. (Image: ellis photo)

Bicycles don’t use energy (fuel) therefore the riders must supply the energy for locomotion. And the energy used in biking is chemical energy sourced from what we eat.

If bikes use fuel like cars we won’t have any need to bike but drive. The energy could be chemical as used in cars ….

There are diverse versions of energy in life and can be converted from one form to another so alternative energy could be used to power cars. Continue reading Why Do We Ride and Not Drive Bicycles?

Wake-up Call to Nigeria.

The Barak Obamas (Pic: Ron Sachs-Pool/Getty Images).

Nigeria has first class and abundant natural resources, arable lands … but her human resources find difficult to mine, refine and release for our common wealth.

In contrast Japan has minimal natural resources but her human resources are excellent – talk about sublime managerial skills, unrivalled leadership and followership, and Japan? Of course advanced and in the league of world’s wealthiest nations! Continue reading Wake-up Call to Nigeria.

Do You Know that Your Cars Eat Plants and Animals Like you?

Nigerian pop music star Dapo Oyebanjo (aka D’banj) (Instagram)

Animals, humans … are products from God’s factories while cars, bags, shoes, masts, cell phones … are products from man’s factories.

Humans use God’s products and resources to make his products which are artificial, after all he must patronize his creator, mentor, tutor, role-model. Bodies of cars are made of metals and the raw materials for metals are God’s products. Continue reading Do You Know that Your Cars Eat Plants and Animals Like you?

Meet Habiba Da Silva, Exotic Fashion and Beauty Blogger.

Habiba Da Silva is a beauty and fashion blogger, Youtube sensation and college undergraduate receiving instructions in English and Creative Writing.

Born in  Birmingham, UK she’s got Lebanese and Brazilian roots and well-travelled.

(more pics and info if you click) Continue reading Meet Habiba Da Silva, Exotic Fashion and Beauty Blogger.

Assignments for Churches.

Praise Fest, Kenya. (praisefest.co.ke) If churches upgrade their members such churches advance.

People who watch football in the stadium are called spectators and many times these people visit the facility to be entertained; now those who worship God in the facility called church are congregants and many of these people go to church basically because of a vacuum in their lives but that’s not to say there are no true worshipers, be that as it may congregants are humans so they have needs and desires though many churches are living up to expectations I believe they can do more and others can begin to tow the path of humanity.

The inspiration for this article came from a message I received on social media some days back which I analyzed and saw the need to propagate same. Continue reading Assignments for Churches.

Who Wants to Conquer the World? (II)

“Why should daddy GO kiss his wife in church, c-h-u-r-c-h?” – Mr. Holier-than-thou.

Mr. Omowale Omiyale a lawyer had to temporarily move his office to his home when his office complex was under renovation. Not long after he began to hear all sorts.

Omiyale had twin-duplex. Let’s hear the minds of his tenants (the Wakamas) in the other building: Continue reading Who Wants to Conquer the World? (II)

Who Wants to Conquer the World?

Genevieve Nnaji jumped out of the group with her jumpsuit. So you don’t know she dressed differently because she’s proud.” – Miss. Bad blood.

Conquer the world in you and you’ve conquered the world outside of you.

Clarion (20) was the second child in her family and her elder brother (22) was in his final year while her younger sister (18) was a sophomore. Her landlady, Mrs. Oluwatoyin Tanmola would stay at her balcony around 9am (at least 4 times a week) to wait for Clarion to mentally boo her as she exits the building to attend tutorials. Continue reading Who Wants to Conquer the World?