HBD to my partner in crime lol @christyjllc#mymonitoringspirits words cannot describe how much you mean to me and my entire family. You have shown us that family is not only when we come frm same tribe or family. We love you as much as u love us...may the good things of life continue to fall on as u celebrate ur New age WULLNP ijn
HBD Boss @officialtchidichikere may God continue to bless you sir...ur one good friend,teacher,doctor,philanthropist,father,mentor,Diirector etc... I will always appreciate you sir. I will always say thank you sir even though we know you hate the word "THANKS Sir "Lol WULLNP my able Director SIR!!!
Some Time Prayer Doesn’t Change The Situation…!
But it Changes our attitude Towards The Situation,
And Give Us Hope Which Changes Our Entire Life.
“A Busy Life makes Prayers Harder,
Prayers Make a Hard and Busy Life Easier.”...Happy Sunday guy's
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Yesterday, not more than 30 boys and a coaching crew did it. Yes they did it against Zambia and that landed Nigeria a ticket to Russia 2018. Excellent.
I watched the 90 minute tension soaked and breathtaking game on TV,, at a point, my focus left the boys to the crowd in the stadium. As the cameras beamed n zoomed close, I looked for an Housa man, I could not find one, Yoruba people, I couldn't locate them, Igbo kwenu seemed not to have come to watch their son Mikel. Yes, the match was played in Uyo stadium but even Akwa Ibom people stayed back. I searched thru n there was no tribe, no PDP, no APC, all the Christians in Nigeria were in Church and the Muslims in their Mosque. The politicians were busy with their 2019 project. Again, in the crowd, u could not differentiate between a Northerner n a Southerner. Everyone in that stadium in one accord n unity was looking for one thing and alas it came, GOOOOOAL !!! The shouts erupted, my neighborhood exploded, I could see joy n celebration everywhere. It didn't end there, those Zambia boys were daring and still fighting like wounded lions and then, the final whistle came. And I heard, we win. I asked who is 'we', he said Nigeria. I asked another, and another and they kept answering the same thing. I tried to argue that its not Nigeria that won and I sounded 'weird'. The guy that scored that goal was Igbo or is it Delta! I'm not too sure. That's the reason I asked who is "we'? I needed to be sure so I can give due credit to Igbo race or the Deltans. Even up to this morning, I'm still hearing we won, Nigeria is going to world cup next year.
The lesson here is that we can build this Nation if we tie it to a goal not our differences. Those differences were there within that 90 minutes and the whole nation stayed glued to their TV sets looking for that one goal. Yes we can, True we can. Let's look for one goal as a nation now n pursue it. Forget the differences, we will always have them. Great nations do have their differences but they have become great cos they strategically tied their vision n aspirations to one goal..to become great. If u can read this, don't tell me u do
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OH YES!! NUELLAFRIK BRINGS AFRICA TO HOUSTON ON THE 14TH OF OCTOBER... YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS THIS GREAT OPPORTUNITY MY HOUSTON , DALLAS AND TEXAS PEOPLE! YOU WILL FIND SO MANY LOVELY THINGS AS WE SHOW OFF OUR LATEST COLLECTIONS AND WHAT'S MORE? I'LL GET TO HANG OUT WITH YOU ALL YAY! FUN! FUN! FUN! @its_nuellafrik