The Ozubulu Massacre & Mgbati Media

Oye, Mon. Aug. 07, 2017:

THE CHURCH IS COMPLICIT
Au contraire, you say it with no sense of responsibility. And you deal me a deft hand each time we dialogue. How am I singling Enoch Adeboye out? Can’t I use somebody as an example?

The country was much saner before the advent of Yoruba Spiritual and Pentecostal money changers that are called churches. since their advent, Christian worshipers suspect and lynch their neighbors more than Omenani worshipers ever imagined. Since your merchandising, man of God, all hell broke loose.

What else do you teach there other than lucre (from lucifer) and prosperity. Those who taught or teach that in Omenani are rogue or apostate priests.

So how is Enoch Adeboye and William Kumuyi, and the worst of their ilk such as TB Joshua, Oyedepo, Oyakhilome, etc., not rogue or apostate pastors? They are.

Unfortunately, they are your heroes. To get around whatever you profess is a low life to live. Who needs that fraudulent comfort.

Those Pentecostal pastors have a lion’s share in the quest for money. To reinforce my use of Enoch Adeboye as an ideal example, how can you tell me to pray so so prayer and pay into so so account as a seed and I will be surprised to see God deposit money in my bank account? I don’t need to earn any more, in other words.

THE LOVE OF MONEY :
alking of mad love of money who is more crazy for money in this entire world than Hausafulani and Yoruba? They stole and siphon so much since the war that now they stack dollars in their houses.

Igbo, I put it to you, is after money like the white man, Chinese, Indian, Japanese, are. There is nothing whatsoever wrong with our pursuit of money in tune with modern economy.

What is harrowing is Hausafulani-Yoruba-Edo love of money that makes them commit genocides to corner peteodollars; that makes them found spiritual and Pentecostal churches in cities before villages and never contemplate of missionary work to spread the gospel among moslems and in deep unknown villages in Africa

Nwanna, stop parroting the smear that Hausafulani-Yoruba (especially Awolowo and Akintola) imposed on Igbo in order to supplant Igbo before the war. If anything, look out for your endangered people. What happened in Ozubulu happens in West and Asia all the time. It’s called drug hit. But the Hausafulani-Yoruba kleptomania is unparalleled. Face it. Stop throwing your ethnicity under the bus. Stop leaning on Yoruba/Edo distaff. It will pierce your hand.

THE NATURE OF THE BIG THREE:
Let me start with Yoruba. A lot of crime is going on there but you don’t hear it because they own the media. Yoruba is defrauding the caribeans and African America with their sango religion, which they sell as the only religion in Africa.

The Diaspora are complaining bitterly and running away because they say that African religion is very expensive: $200 here, $400 there. Plus numerous expensive religious bits and pieces to buy at all times.

We are not saints. But we are the most modern in the country. You may categorize us as Americans, Yorubas as British, Hausafulanis as Arabs. We could also be Japanese; Yorubas, Latin American; and Hausa-Fulani Indian. If we were not extremely marginalized and discriminated against by the ganging up of other Nazirians, we would not be pushed into 419, drug, kidnapping.

E.g., as a fresh graduate, I looked out for at least three of my peers at the time. And numerous of us did that in Tin Can Island. Sometimes for more than two years, our classmates were messengers all over wharf for us. How easy was that for any? You don’t see that among Hausafulani because graduates are far between, at least then. Put them in the same shoes and they will do worse with their socio-religious heritage.

As for Hausafulani, I don’t care about what is destroying or making them tick. They are evil and invasive. Our only concern is how to get them off our backs and beat them back to their Sub-Sahara for good. It would have been easy had Yoruba been serious about nonvampiristic separation.

Chuma Oguagha, TIR

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