Sunday, 25 December 2016

Desperation! Lady Paraded Unclad For Stealing Fowl

This pathetic story was shared today by Obong from Ekparakwa in Cross  Rivers who lives in Uyo.

According to him, a lady who came to his community was paraded unclad after she was caught stealing fowl. Below is what he wrote...

Also Read: Buhari To Christians: Respect Constituted Authority, Be Your Brothers’ Keepers (Full Text)

'Its so for me to post this but I have no choice than to post it for others to learn from it.
For some of us travelling home this Christmas time I know things are hard the cost of chicken is so expensive but please instead of stealing it you better beg the owner for it. Or better still eat from your neighbour.

This young girl is from my neighboring community, she has been coming to my community to steal chicken in one poultry farm where the owner of the farm does not use to sleep there, and the owner knowing that his chicken has been missing decided to be sleeping in his farm. Unfortunately for the girl this time she was caught and couldn't run away again as she use to.
Today is Christmas Eve hoping to fry the chicken tomorrow Christmas'.


Hmm. I hope you know Christmas is not all about eating and drinking? It is the right time for us to love, care and reflect on God's love for us.

Merry Xmas.

Buhari To Christians: Respect Constituted Authority, Be Your Brothers’ Keepers (Full Text)

Dear Compatriots,
I heartily rejoice with all Nigerians, particularly our Christian brothers and sisters, on this year's celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ.
As we celebrate this year’s Christmas, I believe that it is very appropriate for us to reflect on the love of God aptly espoused in the teachings and lifestyle of Jesus Christ.
During his earthly sojourn, Jesus Christ repeatedly reminded his disciples and followers of peace that comes in the midst of trials and tribulations on earth.
There is no better time than now in our nation’s history to pray for divine guidance to get over our current challenges.

We can have peace in Nigeria if we all learn to tolerate and appreciate one another, respect constituted authority; and be our brothers’ keepers in word and deed.
During this period, we should remember to offer special prayers to God for all our heroic citizens who paid the supreme price to restore peace and security in the North East and other flash points in the country.
Let us also remember in our prayers the security forces in the frontline in the continuing battle to rid our nation of terrorism and violence. We must not forget the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in our midst and those who have suffered untold hardship as a result of activities of insurgents and terrorists.
Our immediate priority is to alleviate the poverty of Nigerians by quickly stimulating the economy.

I assure Nigerians that our government is doing its best to make life easier for all.

Let us therefore, renew our hope in the God-ordained unity, progress and prosperity of our great nation.

I wish all travellers safe movements and a memorable holiday as we celebrate with our family and friends.

MERRY CHRISTMAS!                  
President, Federal Republic of Nigeria

December 24, 2016.