State manipulations and unavoidable eternal condemnation, By Lovina Iburene

Posted by News Express | 20 September 2016 | 1,919 times

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  President Muhammadu Buhari and his collaborators planned the enslaving of Nigerians in advance (seized power, took all the positions of Service Chiefs as northerners, encouraging terrorism, lying to Nigerians and the world in general, lopsided employment and top positions, trying to enforce Islamic agenda in Nigeria  by trick with Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Yusuf Buratai, Chief of Air Staff Sadique Abubakar), creating  Operation  Crocodile Laugh, to terrorise Niger Deltans, plans to eliminate and frustrate the Niger Deltans and Biafrans, etc. Finally, he and his group have no respect for even their creator.

They deliberately refused to solve the problems causing insurgency, joblessness, etc; they refused to stop the self-seeking bad governance, which has nothing for the people. They forget that anarchy is the baby of insincere leadership. They will continue to be insincere because they are evil. And the police, as enemies of the people, are now having more opportunity for manipulating lives of innocent Nigerians, even in our villages. Yes, in the guise of fighting terrorism, the security operatives will soon turn our communities  to battle-fields, with people giving anonymous reports against those they envy and so will further connive with the average security men, especially our throaty policemen, making them to get richer.
However, when the people get tired or as the situation becomes more unbearable, there would be a revolution. Mark it! The time is near (since we refused to fear God, He would arise for his people). When you know those reporting you, the police manipulates both parties for financial gains. Is it now that the Federal Government/military have trickily created anarchy everywhere that anonymous calls will not be used against opponents and activists, journalists and other peace-loving and justice-seeking Nigerians? The truth is that the average Nigerian security personnel, especially the corrupt policemen, will soon be billionaires. The stage is set, for the grabbers. But, for how long will Nigerians endure this insanity?
President Buhari promised change. Now, he has refused to fulfill the promises he made but wants Nigerians to change or be jailed. He tells lies, practices nepotism, tribalism, religious parochialism, secret-looting, and encourages blood-shed, while he wants the rest of Nigerians to be good and law-abiding.
He travels meaninglessly around the world and expect others to tighten their belts. The cost of governance is still high and there is no financial accountability or transparency. Yet, he expects the poor to be transparent. Relief can only come by way of God showing mercy through divine intervention. Change can’t be made from down up; it is from up down: It must start from the top, not by preaching but examples. The President came out to promise Nigerians change, not the other way around. A criminal has no right to enforce change in others while he remains in his criminal ways. Because of our dubious leaders, people are asking questions and praying to God that such evil leaders should not go unpunished: if not now then in time to come.
Banning of commercial motor-cyclists, popularly called okada, by Governor Nasir el-Rufai of Kaduna State is odd. Aside fighting Christians, what does he want okada riders to do for a living, when there are no jobs?
The Directorate of State Service (DSS), offers no reliable service to the people, as it operates more on presidential directives. The Inspector-General of Police (IGP) banned Presidential Villa-bound #BringBackOurGirls campaign group protesting against non-release of the abducted Chibok schoolgirls. The security outfits should note that everything done by man will have an end, only God has no end.
A disturbing question that right thinking members of the public ask is: Where are the religious leaders and what are they preaching? The prevailing conditions Nigerians are passing through and the uncaring attitude of most religious leaders have shown the caliber of spiritual leaders we have in the country. They, too have, perhaps, joined the rat race.
Media reports show that even in the Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camps, many deaths do occur, with starvation and many sleeping on bare cold floors. They are questioning God, saying “why me?” Do the perpetrators think God will allow them to go free? There are eternal consequences to anything we do. There is eternal condemnation.
A word is enough for the wise.
Pastor Iburene (shown in photo) is of The Truth Ministry of Christ Bringing The Truth That Frees (Public /Online Ministries). She can be reached via pstlovina@yahoo.com, pastorenoch.iburene@yahoo.com, 08066350994, 08135907006, 08177358063.


Source: News Express

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