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|I Saw A Vision About Nigeria by Oracle16(m): 2:42pm On Jun 17|
I saw a vision in 2015, I saw Nigeria as a shapeless ship sailing, but the strong wave kept pushing the ship around for sometime until it sank and sank completely. After sometime, a new ship emerged, well structured, fine and very massive. This time, it started to head a different direction. I saw people on a Carton colour uniform rejoicing and jubilating. I saw others in a place like a stage, they were like spectators and they were also jubilating. The real change is coming soon!
|Re: I Saw A Vision About Nigeria by christaddicted: 2:49pm On Jun 17|
This is true! Very true.
|Re: I Saw A Vision About Nigeria by Oracle16(m): 9:29pm On Oct 07|
This vision shall surely come to pass.
|Re: I Saw A Vision About Nigeria by Oracle16(m): 12:10pm On Dec 07|
This vision shall come to pass. Take note people.
|Re: I Saw A Vision About Nigeria by chriskosherbal(m): 12:11pm On Dec 07|
Indeed you have seen well..
|Re: I Saw A Vision About Nigeria by Running204(m): 12:27pm On Dec 07|
We need a well restructured Nigeria or Nigeria as an entity should be divided. Viva Biafra!
|Re: I Saw A Vision About Nigeria by janellemonae: 12:35pm On Dec 07|
Nigeria will surely divide in my lifetime. Amen.
|Re: I Saw A Vision About Nigeria by Oracle16(m): 12:41pm On Dec 07|
I think it will be restructured full time. Might still break up anyway.
|Re: I Saw A Vision About Nigeria by gidgiddy: 12:57pm On Dec 07|
How will Nigeria be restrctured when most of the North are against it?
How will anyone convince the North to give up Oil money?
|Re: I Saw A Vision About Nigeria by Oracle16(m): 1:06pm On Dec 07|
It's not about what the North wants, it's about the will of God. Besides, the North is not as powerful as you think, they have been backed by the UK and the Yorubas. Aside the backup they have enjoyed, the north is just very very weak, I mean seriously weak. That's why they resort to violence in tackling issues. Even just one state in the south can handle the entire north (this is not an insult but the truth). Meanwhile, there are reasonable Northerners that are not against restructuring, especially the other part of the North. Watch and see what happens.
|Re: I Saw A Vision About Nigeria by Duru1(m): 1:13pm On Dec 07|
You have a mere nightmare not a vision without the edited part of the post.
|Re: I Saw A Vision About Nigeria by gidgiddy: 1:57pm On Dec 07|
Dont bring God into this. This is about the reality on the ground regarding restructuring. To restructure Nigeria, the constitution must be changed, to change the constitution, you have to go to national assembly. At the national assembly, you need a 2 thirds (67%)majority vote to change the constitution.
The national assembly, the North controlls 60% of the members.
So what magic will anyone do to get restructuring? Not possible.
The only choice people have is to either accept Nigeria the way it is or become an 'Nnamdi Kanu'
|Re: I Saw A Vision About Nigeria by sincerlyyo(m): 2:49pm On Dec 07|
Was it before or after the general elections 2015?
I guess its before, because the sunk ship was the PDP
|Re: I Saw A Vision About Nigeria by Oracle16(m): 1:11am On Dec 08|
|Re: I Saw A Vision About Nigeria by Oracle16(m): 1:12am On Dec 08|
Just watch and see.
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