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Re: My Encounter With My Religious Neighbor Today by daveP(m): 10:21am On Feb 05
Good question!😂😂😂😂😂
Re: My Encounter With My Religious Neighbor Today by Warmaterial(m): 10:22am On Feb 05
I hate to hear anything religious in my conversations with people. E dey vex me.

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Re: My Encounter With My Religious Neighbor Today by Welrez(m): 10:23am On Feb 05
VeryWickedMan:
It's a natural defense mechanism perfected by the poor and lazy over centuries to blame everything else but themselves for their own failures.
Exactly
Re: My Encounter With My Religious Neighbor Today by PotatoSalad(m): 10:23am On Feb 05
When people gathered to pray for a faulty transformer, you're still surprised? cheesy
Re: My Encounter With My Religious Neighbor Today by MrBroke(m): 10:24am On Feb 05
People who I see as lacking common sense or with low IQ

1. Religious People
2. People who believe Ronaldo is better than Messi.

Let me end it here but the original list gat 5 categories

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Re: My Encounter With My Religious Neighbor Today by MILLERMannn: 10:25am On Feb 05
ogashman:
grin

Nigerians are foolishly religious.

I could remember when I relocated to a new state and was looking for accommodation, do u know 80% of landlords were asking after my church...the same Christianity o. Not that I'm of different religion.

I told one that I am a Catholic and also attend winners. He said he can't rent his house out to me that I don't even know where I stand. That I need to take a stand on the church to attend bla bla bla....


I later got an apartment in this state and we were 4 tenants plus the landlady. The landlady, an old woman, most Sundays, would always come to ask why I didn't go to church... That I should try and be going to church bla bla...like shey I no pay u rent ni?


When I packed out was when she said that all of us would be having bible studies every Sunday evening.... Omo I just had to run....infact I left the state entirely.... I can't stand religious morons.


Heaven is a personal race...no drag anybody follow yourself, after all you came to this world alone.

But Nigerians would want to drag every dick and Harry into their nonsense.
Nigerians are stupid. Infact a black man is a stupid creature whose Schrodinger wave function is close to zero.

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Re: My Encounter With My Religious Neighbor Today by killsmith(f): 10:25am On Feb 05
garriAndsugar:
If people can gather and pray for a faulty transformer to transmit electricity then there's nothing they can't pray for.

Anybody wey dey use prayer cover work never serious.

Is there any societal problem solved by prayer or scientific invention discovered by prayer? Mention one thing wey prayer don solve for this life?

Prayer does not work. It is time to tell gullible Nigerians the truth.

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Re: My Encounter With My Religious Neighbor Today by GloriousGbola: 10:26am On Feb 05
Sonnobax15:
Good evening my fellow Nairalanders....Hope y'all are currently enjoying the economic shege we've been plunged into? grin. Any ways, that's a story for another day....

So this morning,I woke up,hoping to kick start my daily hustle with my tricycle (popularly known as keke), only for me to get there and discover that it was having an ignition fault............Well,then I thought I could just apply the little engineering knowledge I learnt while in school on it, but all my efforts were to no avail. grin

A neighbor of mine who was passing by who saw how I was struggling with it approached me......He asked me what the fault was.....So after I told him........The next thing I heard him say was--"you sure say you no go carry this your keke go meet my pastor so?

Omoh,tho I tried to be calm but I was forced to reply him with a question--"That your pastor sabi repair keke?". cheesy. Immediately I asked him that question,he turned his back and walked away............

But omoh, why are Nigerians so over religious like this? Must we accrue every single problem that can easily be solved by mankind to God? The thing just tire me I swear....

it is an inevitable symptom of the fuckery in nigeria

your keke has a simple problem but

1) your mechanic is crooked or incompetent
2) the spares are low quality or fake and sold as 'original'
3) you misuse and abuse the keke


in a society with less fuckery - repairs would actually work. in nigeria you have to be a subject matter expert on multipel isseus and sit with the so called artians to ensure they dont fk your machine up even more.

the merry go round of incompetent repairs is why people will start assigning supernatural causes to systemic issues.
Re: My Encounter With My Religious Neighbor Today by Pootle: 10:27am On Feb 05
killsmith:
The whiteman really fuccked up the blackman by giving his this devilish religion.

black man so foolish not to think for itself undecided blacks always looking for something to blame like you jus did
Re: My Encounter With My Religious Neighbor Today by AMAUCHESKY(m): 10:27am On Feb 05
U never see anything

funny enough,after new year resolution you are back again struggling with same addiction... I can help you out via my signature
Re: My Encounter With My Religious Neighbor Today by Nairalander248: 10:28am On Feb 05
Sonnobax15:
Good evening my fellow Nairalanders....Hope y'all are currently enjoying the economic shege we've been plunged into? grin. Any ways, that's a story for another day....

So this morning,I woke up,hoping to kick start my daily hustle with my tricycle (popularly known as keke), only for me to get there and discover that it was having an ignition fault............Well,then I thought I could just apply the little engineering knowledge I learnt while in school on it, but all my efforts were to no avail. grin

A neighbor of mine who was passing by who saw how I was struggling with it approached me......He asked me what the fault was.....So after I told him........The next thing I heard him say was--"you sure say you no go carry this your keke go meet my pastor so?

Omoh,tho I tried to be calm but I was forced to reply him with a question--"That your pastor sabi repair keke?". cheesy. Immediately I asked him that question,he turned his back and walked away............

But omoh, why are Nigerians so over religious like this? Must we accrue every single problem that can easily be solved by mankind to God? The thing just tire me I swear....
Are you a graduate? You sure say you never pursue your destiny helper?
Re: My Encounter With My Religious Neighbor Today by Farrason: 10:28am On Feb 05
Sonnobax15:
Good evening my fellow Nairalanders....Hope y'all are currently enjoying the economic shege we've been plunged into? grin. Any ways, that's a story for another day....

So this morning,I woke up,hoping to kick start my daily hustle with my tricycle (popularly known as keke), only for me to get there and discover that it was having an ignition fault............Well,then I thought I could just apply the little engineering knowledge I learnt while in school on it, but all my efforts were to no avail. grin

A neighbor of mine who was passing by who saw how I was struggling with it approached me......He asked me what the fault was.....So after I told him........The next thing I heard him say was--"you sure say you no go carry this your keke go meet my pastor so?

Omoh,tho I tried to be calm but I was forced to reply him with a question--"That your pastor sabi repair keke?". cheesy. Immediately I asked him that question,he turned his back and walked away............

But omoh, why are Nigerians so over religious like this? Must we accrue every single problem that can easily be solved by mankind to God? The thing just tire me I swear....

After reading what you wrote here.... If it's true and not cruise, I see you in higher places. Where you are now is a stepping stone as God will use the foolish things of these world to put to shame the wise. You are a city set on hill that can not be hidden. Be patient and labour in dedication and passion... Your miracle is on the way!!. You are blessed in Jesus name.

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Re: My Encounter With My Religious Neighbor Today by Nahunger(m): 10:29am On Feb 05
Gbadugbakun:
If he say you should carry it to his pastor, carry it to the pastor na.

😂😂😂😂😂
You go like quarrel pass fight oo 😂😂😂

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Re: My Encounter With My Religious Neighbor Today by Nahunger(m): 10:29am On Feb 05
bluefilm:
Religion is the opiate of the masses

Watin be opiate 😂😂😂😂

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Re: My Encounter With My Religious Neighbor Today by PotatoSalad(m): 10:31am On Feb 05
Fiscus105:
Man must be able to differentiate and acknowledged there is physical and as well spiritual problems


If you are a type who doesn't biliv thr spiritual problems you are walking dead

And if you are the type who biliv every problem is spiritual you are not different from mad man.


Now, back to OP, in as much I blame ur neighbor more, I wouldn't totally blame him, perhaps, he might have seen you repairing ur Keke incessantly and biliv it might have defied all mechanical ways of solving it, hence asking u to go spiritual.

BUT AFRICANS MUST LEARN HOW RO SOLVE THEIR PROBLEMS OUTSIDE OF SPIRITUAL FIRST.
Na sarcasm be this?
Someone's business started failing cos he refused to innovate and new businesses on the block took over.
What did he do?
He went to a prophet and was told to buy and sacrifice a big cow that he had enemies hovering around him.
He bought the cow instead of finding ways to innovate his business.
Long story short, the business packed up.

Instead of taking responsibility for one's problems and finding solutions, people would rather put blame on others.
Innovate or die!
Re: My Encounter With My Religious Neighbor Today by gnykelly(m): 10:33am On Feb 05
VeryWickedMan:
It's a natural defense mechanism perfected by the poor and lazy over centuries to blame everything else but themselves for their own failures.

More like outsourcing responsibility.
Re: My Encounter With My Religious Neighbor Today by Raylight2(m): 10:34am On Feb 05
Sonnobax15:
Good evening my fellow Nairalanders....Hope y'all are currently enjoying the economic shege we've been plunged into? grin. Any ways, that's a story for another day....

So this morning,I woke up,hoping to kick start my daily hustle with my tricycle (popularly known as keke), only for me to get there and discover that it was having an ignition fault............Well,then I thought I could just apply the little engineering knowledge I learnt while in school on it, but all my efforts were to no avail. grin

A neighbor of mine who was passing by who saw how I was struggling with it approached me......He asked me what the fault was.....So after I told him........The next thing I heard him say was--"you sure say you no go carry this your keke go meet my pastor so?

Omoh,tho I tried to be calm but I was forced to reply him with a question--"That your pastor sabi repair keke?". cheesy. Immediately I asked him that question,he turned his back and walked away............

But omoh, why are Nigerians so over religious like this? Must we accrue every single problem that can easily be solved by mankind to God? The thing just tire me I swear....

You sure say na true? Na for on top the Keke you for type this long text abi na for the pastor place? Don't cook up stories to drive out a point. Just say it.
Re: My Encounter With My Religious Neighbor Today by Anunakeeh: 10:34am On Feb 05
Sonnobax15:
Good evening my fellow Nairalanders....Hope y'all are currently enjoying the economic shege we've been plunged into? grin. Any ways, that's a story for another day....

So this morning,I woke up,hoping to kick start my daily hustle with my tricycle (popularly known as keke), only for me to get there and discover that it was having an ignition fault............Well,then I thought I could just apply the little engineering knowledge I learnt while in school on it, but all my efforts were to no avail. grin

A neighbor of mine who was passing by who saw how I was struggling with it approached me......He asked me what the fault was.....So after I told him........The next thing I heard him say was--"you sure say you no go carry this your keke go meet my pastor so?

Omoh,tho I tried to be calm but I was forced to reply him with a question--"That your pastor sabi repair keke?". cheesy. Immediately I asked him that question,he turned his back and walked away............

But omoh, why are Nigerians so over religious like this? Must we accrue every single problem that can easily be solved by mankind to God? The thing just tire me I swear....

It is a severe mental problem.
Re: My Encounter With My Religious Neighbor Today by johnog4sure: 10:35am On Feb 05
I have said it, that the day Nigerians will replace Religious and political sycophancy with STEM. All our problems from economy to insecurity will start solving itself. But religion and politics is what controls the people science and tech liberates the people so those in power would not want that

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Re: My Encounter With My Religious Neighbor Today by ceejay80s(m): 10:35am On Feb 05
Sonnobax15:
Good evening my fellow Nairalanders....Hope y'all are currently enjoying the economic shege we've been plunged into? grin. Any ways, that's a story for another day....

So this morning,I woke up,hoping to kick start my daily hustle with my tricycle (popularly known as keke), only for me to get there and discover that it was having an ignition fault............Well,then I thought I could just apply the little engineering knowledge I learnt while in school on it, but all my efforts were to no avail. grin

A neighbor of mine who was passing by who saw how I was struggling with it approached me......He asked me what the fault was.....So after I told him........The next thing I heard him say was--"you sure say you no go carry this your keke go meet my pastor so?

Omoh,tho I tried to be calm but I was forced to reply him with a question--"That your pastor sabi repair keke?". cheesy. Immediately I asked him that question,he turned his back and walked away............

But omoh, why are Nigerians so over religious like this? Must we accrue every single problem that can easily be solved by mankind to God? The thing just tire me I swear....
Same thing happened to me few weeks ago.
I parked my car across my gate and the car was facing a celestial church, one day I brought out my car battery and after warming the vehicle Amd driving around a while, the engine wenT off, the cele man came out and told me that where I park my car, witches and wizards play there at midnight, that I need to take the car for prayer, my car has just one problem which was alternator not charging the battery, I no know when pastors become mechanic

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Re: My Encounter With My Religious Neighbor Today by Sonnobax15(m): 10:36am On Feb 05
Raylight2:


You sure say na true? Na for on top the Keke you for type this long text abi na for the pastor place? Don't cook up stories to drive out a point. Just say it.
. Look at the time I dropped the post(in the evening) and when it happened (in the morning) undecided
Re: My Encounter With My Religious Neighbor Today by Raylight2(m): 10:37am On Feb 05
Sonnobax15:
. Look at the time I dropped the post(in the evening) and when it happened (in the morning) undecided
just checked. Well done

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Re: My Encounter With My Religious Neighbor Today by Sonnobax15(m): 10:37am On Feb 05
ceejay80s:

Same thing happened to me few weeks ago.
I parked my car across my gate and the car was facing a celestial church, one day I brought out my car battery and after warming the vehicle Amd driving around a while, the engine wenT off, the cele man came out and told me that where I park my car, witches and wizards play there at midnight, that I need to take the car for prayer, my car has just one problem which was alternator not charging the battery, I no know when pastors become mechanic
grin. E shock you Abi? grin.
Re: My Encounter With My Religious Neighbor Today by Integrafamoo: 10:38am On Feb 05
Sonnobax15:
Good evening my fellow Nairalanders....Hope y'all are currently enjoying the economic shege we've been plunged into? grin. Any ways, that's a story for another day....

So this morning,I woke up,hoping to kick start my daily hustle with my tricycle (popularly known as keke), only for me to get there and discover that it was having an ignition fault............Well,then I thought I could just apply the little engineering knowledge I learnt while in school on it, but all my efforts were to no avail. grin

A neighbor of mine who was passing by who saw how I was struggling with it approached me......He asked me what the fault was.....So after I told him........The next thing I heard him say was--"you sure say you no go carry this your keke go meet my pastor so?

Omoh,tho I tried to be calm but I was forced to reply him with a question--"That your pastor sabi repair keke?". cheesy. Immediately I asked him that question,he turned his back and walked away............

But omoh, why are Nigerians so over religious like this? Must we accrue every single problem that can easily be solved by mankind to God? The thing just tire me I swear....
That is why they always fall victim

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Re: My Encounter With My Religious Neighbor Today by Crenzywilliams(m): 10:40am On Feb 05
lol, my brother, na the very same response me sef for give am ma.
Re: My Encounter With My Religious Neighbor Today by VIKTO83(m): 10:40am On Feb 05
If u mistakenly carry ur Keke to the pastor u will be shocked to hear him tell u to use the keke to sow seed.
Someone was told to use his his gratuity to sow seed. Another in a private uni was asked to use her school fees to sow seed.

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Re: My Encounter With My Religious Neighbor Today by Vinnie2000(m): 10:41am On Feb 05
From ur Story, It seems ur Keke always develop Faults. embarassed undecided

Your neighbour, as a Proper Nigerian, Felt it needs Deliverance. smiley

If that Keke give you Problem again, Try go see Owomowomo for Mercyland Abeg. sad
Re: My Encounter With My Religious Neighbor Today by BigDawsNet: 10:42am On Feb 05
Sonnobax15:
Good evening my fellow Nairalanders....Hope y'all are currently enjoying the economic shege we've been plunged into? grin. Any ways, that's a story for another day....

So this morning,I woke up,hoping to kick start my daily hustle with my tricycle (popularly known as keke), only for me to get there and discover that it was having an ignition fault............Well,then I thought I could just apply the little engineering knowledge I learnt while in school on it, but all my efforts were to no avail. grin

A neighbor of mine who was passing by who saw how I was struggling with it approached me......He asked me what the fault was.....So after I told him........The next thing I heard him say was--"you sure say you no go carry this your keke go meet my pastor so?

Omoh,tho I tried to be calm but I was forced to reply him with a question--"That your pastor sabi repair keke?". cheesy. Immediately I asked him that question,he turned his back and walked away............

But omoh, why are Nigerians so over religious like this? Must we accrue every single problem that can easily be solved by mankind to God? The thing just tire me I swear....

Carry it to the pastor first... we nairalanders want to quickly confirm onw thing 🫣
Re: My Encounter With My Religious Neighbor Today by optimusprime2(m): 10:46am On Feb 05
Even the big Guy up there sef don taya for Naija people...

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Re: My Encounter With My Religious Neighbor Today by NACE13: 10:50am On Feb 05
Overtly religious people but will never practice what they preach. Your politicians rig election results without conscience and still go to church for Thanksgiving.

Yahoo boys will say "Oluwa bless my hustle". I don't get it.

A colleague of mine who thinks he is religious and always in a prayer mood recently did an underG work that I got to find out about but decided not to say anything on it.

My neighbor down my street who is always accusing her mother-in law of their financial state is always screaming at the top of her voice praying but this woman has a nasty attitude. Most of her customers stopped patronizing her because of her foul mouth but she'll never admit she's the issue that needs to be fixed.

My former colleague travelled to the UK and he told me, most of the things we are rolling on the ground and praying for is what the UK government provides for its citizens. Now imagine a bunch of dumbos praying for a faulty transformer. This is something a working government will fix in no time.
Religion is truly the opium of the poor masses cry

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