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|Bbbaija Effect by FarmTech(m): 3:01pm On Jul 21|
When I first heard of bbnaija, I did not know anything about it until I visited one link. so far, I've seen 2 pictures about it. one was a lady bringing out her breast. The other is people on the dance floor, with a man and a woman having sex.
From the countless number of immoral headlines, i am sure this is one of satan's instruments that will destroy nigeria. With rich people and companies backing up the program, there is problem for this country. God is angry when people promote immorality and the next thing that will follow is judgement.
Worse of all, many 'christians' will make positive comments on this evil. More worse is preachers ignoring it in their preaching. Many even find it difficult to preach against immodesty in dressing.
my advice to nairalanders and everyone is that you repent from your sins and obey the bible. Don't join in glorifying sexual immorality, cultism, violence etc.
|Re: Bbbaija Effect by Athiefku(m): 7:54pm On Jul 30|
You see bbnaija as an instrument but you don't see the internet that allowed you to click a link as a tool as well. Please explain that to me. Help my faith.
|Re: Bbbaija Effect by FarmTech(m): 12:05am On Aug 03|
I dont understand wot u mean. I never talk about the internet and if I shud, I'll say the internet hav a good and bad side which do not mix 2gether. For eg, I use the internet to gain knowledge about bible verses, agriculture, science and tech etc. But some people use it to search for sex partners, porn, yahoo yahoo etc.
|Re: Bbbaija Effect by Athiefku(m): 12:17am On Aug 03|
Can we argue that bbnaija has improved the lives of a few Nigerians?
|Re: Bbbaija Effect by FarmTech(m): 11:25pm On Aug 04|
Athiefku:. In a way that is pleasing to Christ?
|Re: Bbbaija Effect by Slacker889dad: 5:41pm On Aug 08|
I don't really see it improving the lives of our fellow Nigerians. I will want to urge all parents and guardians to be on their guard and guide their children and wards right on what they watch on TV. I think the Nigeria Broadcasting Commission should, without delay, stop this program if this government means business in the promotion of our cultural values.
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|Re: Bbbaija Effect by FarmTech(m): 9:45pm On Aug 09|
U're among the few that understand the consequencies. Morality is dying.
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