Friday, 26 July 2013


I am worried about the state of our beloved country that has been place under international ridicule and poverty by our leaders. My point is this, are you happy? And if not, what have you begin doing to turn things around? We are blessed with resources both human and materials but these have not transformed into anything meaningful to average Nigerians.
There is gross unemployment, corruption, exploitation, violent, intimidation, oppression and suppression, kidnapping and killings, lack of justice and lack of concern to the yearnings of common man. Nigerians are suffering but cant complain, leadership have make it a rightful duty to live and others die. The students are lacking in all aspect of their education even the classroom are in bad state, the lecturers are not paid with nothing, no research fund and yet the government want them to do magic.
The president is changing his aircraft everyday, celebrating corruption with friends at the expense of common man; buying top cars for his PAs and friends, no corrupt official have been jail or prosecute. Who will help the common man? the suffering and struggle is much; no light despite paying our bills, no good road, even communication is not working well. What happen to the dreams of a common man? with the minimum wages approved by the national assembly, signed by the government at federal and state level, cannot make a living, even a child while our senators earn income that can pay salaries of over 24 VCs, is this not marginalization of Nigeria people.
Are we going to seat down and allow these politicians destroy our struggle for democracy? They never believed we commons as they say or youths have any stake, neither do women. PDP led government in the central, is for the few while each states practice individualism. No Nigerian believes he or she can get job without knowing someone to push for him or her. No political party is better. So what do we do about this? Cant we start asking questions? Demonstrate against bad policy or rules? Or we should just believe na just four years, e go better? I think our future is in our hand, mostly Nigerian Youth. We are grossly been exploited and abused by our leaders, who enjoy almost everything free. For Instance, a governor who pay less than N500 throughout his day at Uniben forcing students in his state to pay as high as N250,000 yearly and we kept quiet, they are privileged on our quietness.
I rest my thought.

Thursday, 25 July 2013


Majority of the senators who voted in support of child marriage have demonstrated some of the character of found pedophiles and as such should resign. They cannot be entrust with matter concerning children again, nigeria should raise up against this group of terror in our senate. 

A pedophile is define as psychosexual disorder in which an adult has sexual fantasies about or engages in sexual acts with a prepubescent child of the same or the opposite sex. Pedophilia is a type of paraphilia—a category of recognized mental disorders defined by unusual fantasies, urges, or behaviours that are recurrent and sexually arousing. In order for pedophilia to be diagnosed clinically these thoughts or behaviours must be present for at least six months and must cause distress to the affected individual or impairment of the individual’s ability to function socially or occupationally. 

From the definition are we going to allow this senators to continue to deliberate to matters concerning our children. They are sick and should be refer to Psychiatric Hospital for immediate action. If they happen to find themselves in developed countries like USA, Britain or Europe, i am very sure senator yerima and his team will be welcome in prison and blacklisted from contacting or involved in anything that do with children.

Regeneration Youth of Nigeria kick against this act of dishonour senators and support their immediate resignations and prosecution.

Wednesday, 24 July 2013

 Queen Elizabeth II met her new great-grandson for the first time Wednesday at Kensington Palace, where the royal baby spent a first night at home with his parents,Prince Williams and Kate.
The 87-year-old monarch made a short trip from Buckingham Palace by chauffeur-driven Bentley and spent about half an hour visiting the two-day-old Prince of Cambridge. The baby is her third great-grandchild and the third in line to the British throne.
The baby's name hasn't been revealed yet. "We're still working on a name," William told reporters Tuesday as he and Kate took the baby home from St. Mary's Hospital, promising to let the world know "as soon as we can."
That could be anything from a few hours to several weeks — the queen did not announce the name of William's father, Prince Charles, until a month after his birth in 1948.
Bookmaker William Hill has George — the name of six previous British kings — as the favorite at 2-1 odds, with James at 4-1.
Images of the prince, his little hand peeking above a white crocheted wrap, blanketed the front pages of British newspapers Wednesday. The Daily Mail offered a photo album image with the headline "Baby's first royal wave."
The prince slept through his debut public appearance — though William assured the media he had "a good pair of lungs on him."
William is taking two weeks' paternity leave from his job as a Royal Air Force search-and-rescue helicopter pilot, and the palace said he and Kate would now spend "private and quiet time for them to get to know their son."
As well as selecting a name — or more likely four names — William and Kate will soon choose a photographer for the baby's first official portrait.
Ingrid Seward, editor-in-chief of Majesty magazine, said the couple would probably choose someone "eminent and hopefully British." William's baby portrait was taken by society photographer Lord Snowdon, the former husband of the queen's sister Princess Margaret

Thursday, 18 July 2013



As we wait on Him in prayer with all seriousness, this season, we can be sure that JESUS who is now our theme and focus will change our stories to glory by His Mighty Power. Amen.



1. Let us pray that God will establish His church with ease in other part of the world where RCCG has not reached. (Psalms 24.1-10, Acts 16.5)

2. Let us thank God for all the unusual miracles He is going to do this time around in 2013 Annual Convention (Deuteronomy 11: 3; John 622)

3. Let us thank God for all the past National Conventions. (Psalmsl24: 1-8)

4. Let us bless the name of the LORD for empowering us under the leadership of our Daddy Pastor E.A. Adeboye to witness great expansions in every new RCCG calendar year. (Psalmsl27:l-3)

5. Let us ask for mercy on behalf of the participants and every member of RCCG. (Jeremiah 30.18, Romans 9.15-16)

6. Let us pray that God will remember the barren and those suffering from secondary infertility in this year convention. (1 Samuel 1:16-20)

7. Let us plead the Blood of Jesus to frustrate every programmed evil accident and traffic jam on Lagos – Ibadan Express Way on every road throughout Nigeria before, during and after this convention. (Psalms 121.5-6)

8. Let us pray for those working in the Kitchen, Engineering Department etc, that God should guide them aright. (Psalms 121 .7)

9. Let us ask God to use all the Ministers and invited guests mightily by the power of the Holy Ghost. (1Samuel 16: 13; Acts 1: 8, Acts 10: 38)

10. Ask God to raise Pastors/Missionaries to go to the yet unreached countries for His purpose. (Jeremiah 1.5-8)

11. Let us ask God to visit RCCG with signs and wonders as we shall begin to plant more churches all over the world after this convention. (Isaiah 2.2-3; Psalms 127: 1)

12. Let us ask God to open the eyes of the people of the yet unreached pan of the world in such a way that they will know the true God who is our Lord Jesus Christ after this convention. (John 4.28-30)

13. Let us pray that God will use Daddy G.O like never before, to use the Word of God to reshape every altered Destiny in the life of the children that will be in the program. (Isaiah 10.27)

14. Let us pray that God will anoint all the children to fulfil their destinies. (Isaiah 8: 18; Acts 10.3

15. Let us pray that none shall go back home empty handed. (Exodus 3: 21-22, Isaiah 49: 14-15)

16. Let us ask for fair weather during the Convention. (Psalms 127.1-2)

17. Let us ask for open heavens financially, for the RCCG and her members. (Isaiah 64.1; Psalms 24.l; Haggai 2.

18. Let us pray that God will move the heart of His people to give abundantly towards the work of mission all over the world. (Proverbs 21 .1)

19. Let us pray that God will confirm His words with signs and wonders in all RCCG parishes. (Isaiah 44.26, Luke 5.17)

20. Let us ask for God’s protection on all the Pastors and Missionaries that are on mission fields. (Psalms 121.4-5, Psalms 14O.1)

21. Let us pray that God will make them to be completely broken and dedicated for God in their daily life. (Psalms 15.1-5, Psalms 51.10)

22. Let us pray that God will give them the grace to be obedient to the voice of Holy Spirit daily. (Ezekiel 36.26, Amos 3.3)

23. Every country has its own peculiarity, let us pray that God will grant our leaders all over the world wisdom to make Jesus win always in their respective countries. (Ecclesiastes 10.1O)

24. Let us pray that God will grant us personal landed property on our mission fields all over the world. (Psalms 24.1-2)

25. Let us pray that God will grant us favour before both government and people of every country that RCCG has entered or is proposing to go into now. (Exodus 3.21-22, Exodus 35.35-36)

26. Let us ask God to locate and grant to RCCG all over the world, those specific hotels and worship places ordained by God to start off the RCCG churches in virgin countries where RCCG is not in existence. (Psalms 24.1)


What is your view Jennifer Hudson expression on her shirt? Is love really tough or our world has gone violent at the expense of LOVE

Tuesday, 16 July 2013


We Nigerians are fools; the bible say my people die because they lack knowledge but when we even know, that do we do. That makes us a compounded fool. Fools is define as a person who acts unwisely or imprudently; a silly person or should i say we are silly. Or are we been taking for a fool. Since the New democracy we have not challenge our leaders, we take everything they throw at us. Today, I heard PHCN have increase electricity tariff again despite nobody is enjoying stable electricity supply. What is the bases for this? Everyday we wake up to one shock or the other and we never question them. Egyptian are still asking questions, so do Americans over a decisions are facts there daily life. When are we going to stand up as a champion and ask questions on all this outrageous and falsified bill on us yet our incomes remain the same. Millions able and qualified Nigerians are unemployed, hospital not available, poverty in the land, no housing. When are we going to see that our leaders dont like us. Are we going to remain a fool? remember even the bible say we should ask, maybe our problem will be solve only if we can ask our leaders or hold them accountable.

Monday, 15 July 2013


After a long struggle with the military rulers in Nigeria, democratic governacy commeneced with General Olusegun Obasanjo as the president. The thought of many Nigerians was that democracy will bring something meanfully to the table of common Nigerians but never the case. It is like the hope of a common man have been shifted. The winners in this present democracy fought for, by Nigerians in which many have died and thousands were injured in the hand of Almighty Nigeria military dictator of IBB and Abacha are; The Generals and Co, Senators, governors, ministers, commissioner, local govt chairmen, then arm-robbers, criminals, looters, kidnappers, boko harram, religious leaders, cultists, agberos, militants etc. All this group represent less than 1% of the total population and yet the resources of the entire nation is in their hand. Nobody can explain how they get that wealthy even knowing their back ground of some of them. The lossers are masses, the lecturers, civil servants, teachers and the youth. Is this how democracy is play? is it the government of the few and friend, as we have it now or government of the few, by the few , for all? People celebrating criminals, looters of economy resources going free, no jail for stealing. This is tough call. What are your views on this? You can add you winners and losser

Friday, 12 July 2013


Major Hamza Al- Mustapha Discharged And Acquitted. The former Chief Security Officer to the Late Nigerian Head of State, Gen Sani Abacha, Major Hamza Al- Mustapha, has been discharged and acquitted of the alleged conspiracy and murder charges levelled against him.
He was freed this morning by the Lagos Division of the Appeal Court. Al- Mustapha was sentenced to death last year over alleged murder of the Late wife of MKO Abiola after the cancellation of June 12 Election. Just like that

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