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Saturday, 31 May 2014

AMS: Don't Go Through It (Changes) Alone

There is nothing about life that comes easily. We go through changes, but we don’t need to stay in them! But, if we allow the vicissitudes of life to limit us, we may not be able to achieve our purpose in life. God is so dynamites that He will use the unexpected in order to fulfil His divine purpose!
Recently, vicissitudes took me from the environment that’s stable to an unstable environment and this makes me to realize that God uses the foolish things of this world to confound the wise! God will use the simplest things into order to bring us to the place where He wants us to be. He can cause us to connect with the most unlikely people and put the links to our breakthrough in their hands.

This is the same God who called the most unlikely and unqualified set of people like fisherman, tax collector, murderer…… and made them His disciples! You see, if we are looking for God in the mighty earthquake, we may not find Him! If we are looking for God in the fiery fire, we may find Him! God does not always have to manifest Himself in the flashy or showy ways. Sometimes, I really mean sometimes, He will come to us in the still, small voice. And if we are too busy looking for God miracle in the hustle and bustle, we may miss it. 

Remember, Naaman’s help and deliverance came from a simple, mere slave (Abigail). In the book of Ruth Chapter 3, Naomi teaches Ruth how to be attractive to stranger and Ruth embraces her mother in law perspective. Thank God she did not hold on to the past! Ruth has a King in her, Naomi help her to get it out.  Some people whether they are bad or good, are not just in our lives but to introduce and challenge us to the next level. So, today I encourage us to be on the lookout for the great miracle of God that will appear through simple things. 

The moral of this story is, if you have a vision that you can achieve by yourself, it means the vision is too small. A tree can never become a forest; get connected because when we connect things happen. J

Have a lovely Sunday!

This is really funny!!! Goat got a sweet ride to the marketplace


In the above video, a goat caught a ride through the streets of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on the back of his owner and someone with a brilliant laugh filmed it and put it on YouTube. So, I decided to paste it here for your heart pumping. Laugh is good for you!

This kind of animal jolly ride from human being is a common site in countries like Africa or India, but it doesn’t make it any less hilarious.

There’s a good chance the unaware goat is being transported to the marketplace — but at least he got his 15 minutes of fame before it end up in the pot.

This is a little uncomfortable from my humanitarian point of view!!! Billionaire Clones Himself 12 times

Wonder shall never end! This news is awesome, weird and controversial......I am sure we all know a lot of weird people exist on this planet earth; they just want to play God with their money and science knowledge. For some time, scientists have been able to craft precise genetic copies of many creatures. Whether they are animals, or single cells, they are similarly referred to as clones. For various technical and perceived ethical reasons, the procedures involved have been difficult to replicate for humans.
However, there have been rumours floating around the internet that Russian Billionaire Vane Metcavalski has been living a quiet life for the past year, in South Korea because of their laws regarding cloning.
 It wasn’t until yesterday 30th of MAY 2014 that 89.7 found out why ... Vane made his fortune in the Russian Diamond industry, his company produces 4 Billion dollars’ worth of industrial grade diamonds. Which are used by 74% of mineral extraction companies around the globe.
The news was released yesterday that between the 24th and 30th of May, all 12 of Billionaires clone children were born naturally, without any complications. Vane wanted to keep the whole thing out of the media for as long as possible, but a staff member from the facility leaked the photo (above) to the associated press and it’s gone viral!

Vane wanted to maintain his family heritage and he used 12 of his blood related cousins to bare his children. This has got quite a strong reaction from various religious and ethical lobby groups. The husband of 1 of Vane's cousins released this picture of all 12 cousins posing for a family picture just 3 weeks before the birth.
What's your opinion? leave your comments below!


Friday, 30 May 2014

Identity issues!!! South Korean Model has multiple surgery on face to look like Miranda Kerr

Why can't people just be their REAL selves?!  A South Korean woman has had multiple face re-modelled surgery to look like her model idol, Miranda Kerr. Miss Hong Yuh Reum says it's has promote her career as an international model.
Reum says Kerr is 'a perfect combination of cute and sexy,' and embodies a 'look many East Asian young women wish to achieve.'
Reum is obsessed with Kerr that she also covers her bedroom walls with pictures of the Australian star, according to
Just saying, there is uniqueness in how God has created every one of us and until we dear to differ, it lies there, dormant.

Monday, 19 May 2014

I disagree with the phrase “you might be better off" back home ..... paid job, read and write your opinion

I have a concern and it's quite basic. I have friends in Nigeria who are telling me how well Nigeria is developing its economic sectors and how people with foreign University qualifications are living well enough. To them if I was home (Nigeria) I would be 'better off'. So I asked which sectors they were talking of and financial sector was cited as an example.

The problem was, I disagreed with the phrase “you might be better off" meaning there is possibility. I don't think almost all my mates I left behind are in well paid jobs or even some are without work at all. I was in Nigeria in 2009 and a friend of mine I met was still looking for work since he graduated in 2004. I am not complaining bitterly of missing out on being one of the lucky once on a high paid job in Nigeria. I feel happy any time I heard a friend doing well.

If I may ask, “which development” are they talking about I don’t seem to understand their philosophy because my family, extended family, friends, formal neighbour and graduate still leave in Nigeria as slave to foreigners. We all know how most of the "better offs" are making ends meet in Nigeria, only if there's a legitimate institution to audit them....hmmm, I smell fish!

Question: what is 'development" if wealth hasn't been created and if nothing has been created other than 'systems of keeping money' and manipulating the use of such monies? If there is no new way of generating income rather than a way of keeping the existing non-disposal income, what is wow about this? What is the logic in creating more banking institutions when there is less income to households?

For the past 10 years or so, it is the 'so called' development of the financial sector and the dominance of banking institutions which has given most graduates lots of pride and sense of accomplishment in Nigeria. Considering the fact that ladies have to use their body to get to the top that's too bad.  The fact that Nigeria lacks Innovation, Productivity and Creativity, I am not complaining at all. Their so called 'doing well' and 'high paid' jobs doesn't challenge me at all neither does it arouse my jealousy.

I am challenged by the one who has created opportunity for others and have created the capacity for others to gain meaningful employment.....I am talking about “entrepreneurship”. Getting a job is damn easy but creating one takes genius. My concern is that Nigerian shouldn’t implicate the term 'development' when nothing has been created nor produced. The financial sector development in an underdeveloped nation is a joke and a makeover. I dare that any of the young graduates will boast in areas like agriculture and mining and education. Who wants agriculture when the music industry is booming?

What is the use of bank for millions, If average Nigerian can’t feed themselves...the greed of capitalism has breed systems of "premature development" in developing economies...development thrives on creation and production...My people if we want to eradicate poverty, we need to set up systems that makes poverty impossible; Nigeria is missing this point...

What do you think???