Trending: I Believe In Nigeria By Steve Josh

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Another smash banger from fast rising gospel artist sensation “Steve Josh”. I believe in Nigeria is a song with a message about Nigeria our country. How we can grow and develop to be one nation. The “I do” crooner is not slowing down one bit as this track is smashing the air on radio, online blog platforms and social media.

If you a Nigerian you need to listen as we in the verge of election period.

Produced by: Danja Beats

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Nigerians’ Most Searched Google Words Are Depressing

Actually I wasn’t going to post this but my mind have not been at rest since I got this information. I am proud of my country Nigeria, but in recent times have noticed we don’t want to grow intellectually but always looking for what’s not benefiting to us and our future.

Recently Google Africa organised a programme that showed the most searched words in Google from Nigerians.

According to my source, In a Google Nigeria event, Google Vice President Global Marketing, Marvin Chow, gave us a window into the hearts and minds of Nigerians. This is what the nation is searching. In other words, these are the most searched items by Nigerians on Google.

Wizkid soco ☹

World Cup fixtures🤔

Npower👍

Prepare banga soup👀

Who is richest musician in Nigeria🤦‍♂️

How to dance shaku shaku🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️

Black panther🤔

BBNaija😡

How to tie gele😩

Someone posted this on Facebook where it was sent to me with this caption.

At the on going Google For Nigeria conference holding here in Lagos, this is what Marvin Chow, the vice president of Google revealed to a startled audience as the most searched subjects in Nigeria this year.

NOTHING INNOVATIVE OR MIND STIMULATING.

I’m embarrassed for us as a nation. I’m more embarrassed for my generation.

Nigeria needs to be fixed. If not, the nights may be VERY long! Yes, if these are issues that occupy the minds of our young people (the netizens), Nigeria is technically sick.

Stop The Killings In Jos Plateau State Nigeria

It’s been all sad and gory the news coming from jos. I have been traumatized by different video of people been killed and burnt like the sallah rams I knew whilst growing up. But the curious things is that these has been a constant feature in our lives since I was a child. We saw it in jos, Kafanchan, ife-modakeke, lagos, eastern nigeria etc. It’s only on our faces constantly now because of the way the world have evolved social media wise.

Unfortunately it will continue to happen except those who commit crime of taking other peoples lives are brought to justice and promptly too.

Jos had known relative peace in recent times only after both parties became tied of the vicious cycle of retaliatory killings. Now Jos has started again; it may take the next 5 years for common sense to prevail. When people cannot have confidence in the state to ensure justice; they will always resort to self help. Amongst other solutions that ensures that lives and properties are protected; we must start by ensuring that justice gets done whenever these things happen whether Fulani or berom or Yoruba or Igbo etc.

All of us as Nigerians are guilty; I mean all of us except the younger ones who have not yet been opinionated. We do nothing but spread hate in our lives in the name of defending our religions and myopic ethnic sentiments. We do it when we spread hate in social media like some people will comment on this post.

We must remember that it is easy to speak nonsense from our comfort zone; but reality sets In when we or our loved ones become victim. I was a kid when I witnessed chaos. My daughter is fourteen ; how will I explain to her that her countrymen and women slaughter people in this age and time? How do I rationalize that it makes sense to be a nigerian?

So I don’t believe a Muslim or Christian should be killed for the crime of people they don’t know but just because they have the misfortune of sharing same faith or ethnicity. You or me can just come under cross fire just because we are in the wrong side at the wrong time and a nonentity will take the liberty to snuff life out of us. Slaughter me or you and mutilate our body. It can be me or you if we don’t work together to stop this madness. Take a second to look at yourself in the mirror and imagine being slaughtered despite your dreams; despite your sacrifices for your nation; despite your status; I just did and it’s horrible!

Stereotyping will never help us. There is nothing like Fulani herdsmen as the killer; it’s simply criminals of Fulani or berom or Yoruba or Igbo ethnicity. When we categorize a whole ethnicity; we expose an innocent Fulani or Yoruba or berom or Igbo man. We must treat Murderers as criminals and we must as a society condemn them through the judiciary and banish them. Millions of lettered Nigerians; well exposed and well travelled have blood of innocent ones in their hands because they have help spread the categorization and stereotyping.

We need a leadership that can unite us as a country. If we think we have seen worse things, visit Rwanda. Go to their museum, speak to families and you will realize that with the right leadership, the right resolve, they rallied themselves and became one nation. The right leadership is not just MBuhari, Prof. Yemi Osibanjo. It’s me and you around our sphere of influence. Act now and drop the bulk passing! Sir and Ma, what narrative are you propagating?

It’s a sad moment to be a Nigerian.

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Familiar But Often Taken For Granted #inspiration

Are you familiar with what some people call the Seven Wonders of the World? Many of you will be able to rhyme them off, while others will be able to remember only a few.

Among these are the following: Egypt’s Great Pyramids, Taj Mahal, Grand Canyon, Panama Canal, Empire State Building, St. Peter’s Basilica, and the Great Wall of China. Now, other people might also include the Great Barrier Reef and a few others. So, what is the significance of these? Are there more that should be added to the list?

Everyday Wonders

There are a number of wonders that we see everyday but really do not attribute them to be wonders at all. These wonders are only more obvious to those people who may not have them, or only have a few.

Some of us have lost one of these wonders, and some of us have gotten it back. Others once lost, will usually never be obtained again.

One of these wonders is the ability to see. For those of us fortunate enough to see all that lies before us, the morning sun rise, the moon in the night sky, the vibrant colors of many birds, or the sparkle in the eyes of our children, think of those who would happily trade places with you so they could experience this wonder of life.
And, let’s add to this list and include the wonderment of touch, taste, laughter and love . If we were to lose any of these wonders, would we now think differently about the wonders of the world?

What We Take For Granted

Imagine a world where you lost some of all of these abilities. For what we have we are often ungrateful or take for granted. We can also add the wonder of freedom to live in a country and society that has as one of its main tenets freedom of speech, freedom to vote in a democratic process, freedom to practice your religion, or the freedom of movement from area to area.

In the upcoming election in Nigeria, or for that matter, elections in any democracy, the expected voter turn out, given the past several elections, is predicted to be fall well below seventy percent. One has to wonder whether voter apathy is higher among our young people who have never had to experience hardships felt by so many of the older voter. Or, maybe it is simply a matter that they do not feel their voice would make a difference . Are these words of the right to vote taken for granted? Where is the wisdom in failing to exercise a freedom that affects our internal and world relationships?
We do not have to look very hard to see countries in the world where people are speaking with their lives to secure the right to freedom, the right to live in a country where there is no tyrannical leader or dictator.

How Do You Respond

Do you have an appreciation for the wonders in your life. When someone asks you what the wonders of world are, how will you respond?

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Critical Alert: Global Prayer And Fasting For Nigeria

The world in general is experiencing one thing or the other, one crisis to another.  Truly the signs of end time is near already.  In China, i read online that they destroyed a church.  Recently in Nigeria, a mass number of Christians were murdered by the so called gang ” Fulani Herdsmen”. 

Beloved Christians, please be informed that 23rd Jan 2017 has been declared prayer and fasting for Nigeria.
Presently the enemy is at work, fighting the church in Nigeria. Jesus said “How be it this kind goeth not out but by prayer and fasting.” 

In view of this, every God loving child is urged to join in the  fasting  and praying for our dear Nation Nigeria, you and your friends can’t be left out. 

Please ensure the message reaches every platform, Christians across the globe as our defenseless brethren are under serious attack. As true believers, our prayers are powerful to wrought any kind of results. 

We shall pray for the deliverance of Nigeria from the enemy’s agenda, The condemnation of any planned atrocity against believers and peace in our land.

This is urgent, you cannot leave this message on your phone for 5 minutes, please let it out and ensure it reaches every corner of the earth, through all campuses, communities, etc.. 

As soon as you read this message, please set alarm or reminder for this individual prayer day. The bible says “One will chase 1000 but 2 will chase 10,000”. … And million will chase….

REMEMBER IT IS 23RD JAN. God bless us all, God bless Nigeria, God bless Christians globally as we participate in this special day of Prayer.

Please FORWARD to mobilise prayers for this nation.