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Religion / PRAYER CHALLENGE: Daily Our Father For Nigeria �� by NigerianAngelo(m): 8:29pm On May 07

Say an Our Father daily for Nigeria.

Say it and tell others. Try and do it everyday for the rest of the year.

Whatsoever started evil in this country must fall.

Pray Daily and pass across. Our Father...
Politics / Re: A Force Personnel Tried To Bully Me, But Fellow Citizens Came To My Rescue. by NigerianAngelo(m): 10:11am On Apr 12

It's more of an average Nigerian mentality.

If you like, train our armies in Europe, they will still show their power on innocent civilians.

I think it's not just it. Some Officers come out ok (e.g. Irabor, John Ochai).

I think it's the corporals training camp. Those muslims dehumanise them so that they can retaliate on Christians on the guise of 'civilian'.

Have you ever heard of 'civilian' leveled up North? It is a planned intention.

Change the camp and Commanders and see how recruits will be. Move the Camp to South South.

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Politics / Re: A Force Personnel Tried To Bully Me, But Fellow Citizens Came To My Rescue. by NigerianAngelo(m): 6:24pm On Apr 11
There's a need to investigate Army training grounds and Barracks.

80% who come out from there come out mad.

It's not the same with Europe and China. Those ones are 99% alright, yet stronger.

They should open inquiry on Life at Camp / Daily Life at 'Barrack'.


Politics / Re: Eid-el-fitr: NASSLAF Chairman, Emeka Nwala Felicitates With NASS Muslim Aides by NigerianAngelo(m): 7:14am On Apr 10
Keep celebrating mohamedans left and right.

Which of them wished the faithful Happy Easter?
Education / VIDEO (7mins): How Computers Use 0s And 1s For Numbers, Letters Etc by NigerianAngelo(m): 7:37pm On Apr 09
Politics / Re: Hutu Vs Hausa/fulani Ten Commandments, Similarities by NigerianAngelo(m): 9:15am On Apr 03
Every Hutu should know that a Tutsi woman, whoever she is, works for the interest of her Tutsi ethnic group. As a result, we shall consider a traitor any Hutu who
• marries a Tutsi woman
• employs a Tutsi woman as concubine
• employs a Tutsi woman as a secretary or takes her under protection.
2. brother Hutu for having read, spread, and taught this ideology is a traitor.

Acute fool.

Switzerland is one for over 200 years. A small country is here doing Hutu and tutu. Acute fool.

God delete any nonsense in Rwanda.
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: 250k Job In Lagos Or 500k Job In Port Harcourt by NigerianAngelo(m): 3:34pm On Apr 02
Currently lives and work a 250k monthly Job in Lagos, recently I got an offer for a 500k job in portHarcourt so am still contemplating whether to accept the offer or not. I heard portHarcourt is very expensive compare to Lagos, so I don't want to make wrong decision.

Go to Port Harcourt as soon as possible. It is 70x more developed/fulfilling than Lagos.

Only three weeks there and you will realize. Don't even contemplate.

God bless you in your job.


Religion / Re: Christianity Now 4.4% In Saudi Arabia, Miss Universe, Female Olympics Allowed by NigerianAngelo(m): 1:07pm On Mar 30

If you come to Europe and America, then you will see that you are the only one that knows about Jesus. The people who sold the Jesus myth to you, they have forgotten whom he is

✔️67% of US is Religious. The highest in the West after Poland.
(25% non-religious, 2% Jews, 1% muslim etc)

✔️All US Billionaires know and speak about God.

✔️90% of Bible editions and Religious Materials in Nigeria come from US

The US is more Religious than 90% of Nigerians.

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Religion / Re: Christianity Now 4.4% In Saudi Arabia, Miss Universe, Female Olympics Allowed by NigerianAngelo(m): 11:26am On Mar 30
No Saudi Arabia citizen is a known Christian all those christian you see there are expatriate or tourist

It's from "expatriate" and "tourists" you join beauty pageant, Olympics... atomically bombard Mecca, end Global muslim-muslim.

True islam is a white powder cage scam for the unemployed.

No truly employed person in the whole world believes that scam in his heart. Not even Saudi Arabia. Not Dangote. Not Kano actresses. Not Buhari in his second tenure. Mohamed was an unemployed scoundrel till God cursed him with muslim-muslim.
Religion / Re: Christianity Now 4.4% In Saudi Arabia, Miss Universe, Female Olympics Allowed by NigerianAngelo(m): 9:50am On Mar 30
ISLAM have no problem with CHRISTIANITY
Your religion shall be urs and let my religion be mine...

They should practice their religion in peace and respect their host...

The goal of the Christian Religion is to Baptise and convert all pagans like you.

"Going therefore, teach ye all nations. Baptising them." (Mtt 28:19,20)

That is why Buhari couldn't islamise Nigeria. Because he was from a fake religion, and Christianity is Truth.

Easier to Christianise Nigeria. So help us God.


Religion / Christianity Now 4.4% In Saudi Arabia, Miss Universe, Female Olympics Allowed by NigerianAngelo(m): 7:39am On Mar 30
✔️Christianity is now 4.4% in Saudi Arabia from nearly 0% it was decades ago.

✔️Also Saudi has now permitted women to join Miss Universe.

✔️Saudi drafted first Female Olympic Representation (Paris 2024) for their NOC. Their first ever.

Ronaldo doing Apostolic work in Saudi Arabia. Modern Prince has already rejected 'islam' in secret.

Ronaldo (as influencer) >> Messi


Politics / Re: Abia State Gov Clears Backlog Of Pensions Since 2014; Some Receive 1.6M by NigerianAngelo(m): 6:52pm On Mar 29
That's not an achievement as a governor, only failure like otti see it as achievements.

Today is Good Friday. Make sure you kiss cross, genuflect and stand before midnight.

Flectamus genua, levate. Keep from meat today. Fast. Observe silence. Pray to the Seraphim.


Politics / Abia State Gov Clears Backlog Of Pensions Since 2014; Some Receive 1.6M by NigerianAngelo(m): 6:29pm On Mar 29
Abia State Governor at the Holy Thursday Solemn Mass (March 28) told Parishioners that backlogs of their unpaid pensions dating back to 2014 have been processed and asked them to watch out before the end of the very day.

Some have been reporting receiving alerts of N1.6M, N1.4M, N700k etc

**VIDEO can't upload. Maybe mynd44 will post it.

2027 is for Christian Labourers. Jesus, Lord of the Vineyard, have mercy on us. Send all aboki to Niger. St. Joseph, pray for us.

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Religion / Re: Photos: christians perform drama depicting the crucifixion of Christ in Nigeria by NigerianAngelo(m): 5:39pm On Mar 29
I urge all christians in Nigeria and beyond to show love and tolerance to people of other faiths

"Give no place to satan" (Eph)

"What concord hath the faithful with the unbeliever?" (2 Cor 6:14,15)

"Go into the world, teach ALL nations, BAPTISING THEM!"

"A compeltion is placed on me to preach the Gospel " (1 Cor)

"For there is no other name under which men can be saved but the Name of Jesus." (Acts 4:12)

Outside the true Christian faith, there is no salvation. Unless a man accept the Christian faith ENTIRELY before his last breath, he is going to hell like ALL before him.

Glory Be To The Father, And To The Son, And To The Holy Spirit, as it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.
Family / VIDEO: "40 Life Lessons I Got to Know By 40" by NigerianAngelo(m): 8:23am On Mar 28
Politics / Are Nigerians Naturally An Ungrateful People? by NigerianAngelo(m): 8:33am On Mar 27
Are Nigerians Naturally An Ungrateful People?

1. Pisero took average players to the World Cup. Went straight to final. They cursed him, said he should gét out. Now they are losing to Mali.

2. In Anambra, Obiano built an Airport and roads in all 180 Communities. They called him ogogoro, said he should get out.

3. They said Ambode should get out. Fashola worked because of money available. (It is more available in Akwa Ibom: N700b/yr). Goodluck should get out. But Buhari needed time.

4. They would never settle or pay 'house helps'.


My experience explains that ungratefulness comes from people that are not entrepreneurial. They don't know what it takes to do the job, hence can't appreciate a fellow when doing it.

How To Become Grateful?

Imagine yourself doing the job. Imagine what you should have done for it to succeed. You will become grateful.


Politics / Re: Ondo Governorship Aspirant, Paul Akintelure Is Dead by NigerianAngelo(m): 11:02am On Mar 26
They have used Abidoshaker on him

Politics in nigeria is more brutal than drug wars
If you no hold your side, no put body
Politicians should be paid minimum wage to sanitise the polity

They should not be paid minimum wage. (Will YOU do the work for N30k - N100k monthly?)

Rather the requirements for entry should be defined:
1. Must be a graduate
2. Must show proof of at least 10 years prior work experience.
Politics / Re: Sokoto Governor Ahmad Aliyu Breaks Ramadan Fast With Almajiri Boy by NigerianAngelo(m): 11:02am On Mar 18
Simplicity of northerners is a quality we southerners need to learn. Those people have a heart of gold. Kudos to the north.
You are still fooled like a pre-2015 Nigerian?

Which reprobate simplicity?

Sokoto has the highest poverty rate in Nigeria (90%), highest child mortality, ...

In the South the Governor will be more interested in making you a true human being and giving you true comfort, not 'eating with almajiri' once in 365 days.

Don't be fooled by muslims again. EVERYTHING about them is satan.
Politics / Re: Anambra North Tip Soludo For Second Term, As Soludo Ambassadors Held Rally by NigerianAngelo(m): 1:38pm On Mar 17
We wish Soludo well.

But we will vote Labour Party in 2026.

If you doubt, watch.
Religion / Re: Catholic Theology: Whether It Is Lawful To Kill Sinners (fulani, muslims, murde) by NigerianAngelo(m): 10:04am On Mar 17
Article 3. Whether it is lawful for a private individual to kill a man who has sinned?

Objection 1.
It would seem lawful for a private individual to kill a man who has sinned. For nothing unlawful is commanded in the Divine law. Yet, on account of the sin of the molten calf, Moses commanded (Exodus 32:27): "Let every man kill his brother, and friend, and neighbor." Therefore it is lawful for private individuals to kill a sinner.

Objection 2. Further, as stated above (Article 2, Reply to Objection 3), man, on account of sin, is compared to the beasts. Now it is lawful for any private individual to kill a wild beast, especially if it be harmful. Therefore for the same reason, it is lawful for any private individual to kill a man who has sinned.

Objection 3. Further, a man, though a private individual, deserves praise for doing what is useful for the common good. Now the slaying of evildoers is useful for the common good, as stated above (Article 2). Therefore it is deserving of praise if even private individuals kill evil-doers.

On the contrary, Augustine says (De Civ. Dei i) [Can. Quicumque percutit, caus. xxiii, qu. 8: "A man who, without exercising public authority, kills an evil-doer, shall be judged guilty of murder, and all the more, since he has dared to usurp a power which God has not given him."

I answer that, As stated above (Article 2), it is lawful to kill an evildoer in so far as it is directed to the welfare of the whole community, so that it belongs to him alone who has charge of the community's welfare. Thus it belongs to a physician to cut off a decayed limb, when he has been entrusted with the care of the health of the whole body. Now the care of the common good is entrusted to persons of rank having public authority: wherefore they alone, and not private individuals, can lawfully put evildoers to death.

Reply to Objection 1. The person by whose authority a thing is done really does the thing as Dionysius declares (Coel. Hier. iii). Hence according to Augustine (De Civ. Dei i, 21), "He slays not who owes his service to one who commands him, even as a sword is merely the instrument to him that wields it." Wherefore those who, at the Lord's command, slew their neighbors and friends, would seem not to have done this themselves, but rather He by whose authority they acted thus: just as a soldier slays the foe by the authority of his sovereign, and the executioner slays the robber by the authority of the judge.

Reply to Objection 2. A beast is by nature distinct from man, wherefore in the case of a wild beast there is no need for an authority to kill it; whereas, in the case of domestic animals, such authority is required, not for their sake, but on account of the owner's loss. On the other hand a man who has sinned is not by nature distinct from good men; hence a public authority is requisite in order to condemn him to death for the common good.

Reply to Objection 3. It is lawful for any private individual to do anything for the common good, provided it harm nobody: but if it be harmful to some other, it cannot be done, except by virtue of the judgment of the person to whom it pertains to decide what is to be taken from the parts for the welfare of the whole.
Religion / Catholic Theology: Whether It Is Lawful To Kill Sinners (fulani, muslims, murde) by NigerianAngelo(m): 9:53am On Mar 17
Summa Theologica, Part II of II, Q.64 (a.2)

Article 2. Whether it is lawful to kill sinners?

Objection 1. It would seem unlawful to kill men who have sinned. For our Lord in the parable (Matthew 13) forbade the uprooting of the cockle which denotes wicked men according to a gloss. Now whatever is forbidden by God is a sin. Therefore it is a sin to kill a sinner.

Objection 2. Further, human justice is conformed to Divine justice. Now according to Divine justice sinners are kept back for repentance, according to Ezekiel 33:11, "I desire not the death of the wicked, but that the wicked turn from his way and live." Therefore it seems altogether unjust to kill sinners. ...

On the contrary, It is written (Exodus 22:18): "Wizards thou shalt not suffer to live"; and (Psalm 100:8 ): "In the morning I put to death all the wicked of the land."

I answer that, As stated above (Article 1), it is lawful to kill dumb animals, in so far as they are naturally directed to man's use, as the imperfect is directed to the perfect. Now every part is directed to the whole, as imperfect to perfect, wherefore every part is naturally for the sake of the whole. For this reason we observe that if the health of the whole body demands the excision of a member, through its being decayed or infectious to the other members, it will be both praiseworthy and advantageous to have it cut away. Now every individual person is compared to the whole community, as part to whole. Therefore if a man be dangerous and infectious to the community, on account of some sin, it is praiseworthy and advantageous that he be killed in order to safeguard the common good, since "a little leaven corrupteth the whole lump" (1 Corinthians 5:6).

Reply to Objection 1. Our Lord commanded them to forbear from uprooting the cockle in order to spare the wheat, i.e. the good. This occurs when the wicked cannot be slain without the good being killed with them, either because the wicked lie hidden among the good, or because they have many followers, so that they cannot be killed without danger to the good, as Augustine says (Contra Parmen. iii, 2). Wherefore our Lord teaches that we should rather allow the wicked to live, and that vengeance is to be delayed until the last judgment, rather than that the good be put to death together with the wicked. When, however, the good incur no danger, but rather are protected and saved by the slaying of the wicked, then the latter may be lawfully put to death.

Reply to Objection 2. According to the order of His wisdom, God sometimes slays sinners forthwith in order to deliver the good, whereas sometimes He allows them time to repent, according as He knows what is expedient for His elect. This also does human justice imitate according to its powers; for it puts to death those who are dangerous to others, while it allows time for repentance to those who sin without grievously harming others.
Art, Graphics & Video / VIDEO: Design A Wedding Invitation Card (18 Mins) by NigerianAngelo(m): 2:19pm On Mar 11
Politics / Prices Of Some Items In South East by NigerianAngelo(m): 11:21am On Mar 10
Here are a few prices of some items in the South East, Nigeria:

Anyone that could explain the 'Psychology' behind this should please do so.

(Please compare it to your region)

1. Kg of Gas: N1450.00

2. Bag of pure water: N500.00

3. Bread: N1400.00 - N1800.00 (yes)

4. Average Keke/Bike trip: N200.00 - N300.00

5. Local Rice: N52,000.00 - N59,000.00 (lower)

6. Cement (80% BUA): N7000.00

7. Ordinary Food Spot (75%): N1000.00+ (yes)

8. House Prices: N250,000.00 - N500,000.00 (lower)

Better off or worse?

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Politics / Re: Troops Raid, Destroy IPOB, ESN Supreme Headquarters In Anambra by NigerianAngelo(m): 3:28pm On Mar 08
God punish you.

But for the herdsmen terrorists, no raid.

St. Patrick obtain for us the neutralisation of all muslims in the raid from the Commandander.

May Nigeria be daily freed from muslims.

Say 1 Our Father for 0% islamics in Nigeria 🇳🇬

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Travel / Re: Soludo Gives Okpoko-onitsha Slum A Face Lift After Many Years by NigerianAngelo(m): 11:04am On Mar 08
NGIGE and OBIANO all did well as governors of Anambra state, now SOLUDO is doing great as governor.

Peter Obi will be your President and hopefully give you a real job.

Christian job.

All Nigerians for Christ.

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Religion / Re: Novena To St. Patrick, Patron Of Nigeria (March 8 - 16) by NigerianAngelo(m): 6:35am On Mar 08
Add intentions for this country: against murderers, riggers, kidnappers, thieves, frauds, unemployment, disorder, mediocre, pagans
Religion / Novena To St. Patrick, Patron Of Nigeria (March 8 - 16) by NigerianAngelo(m): 6:31am On Mar 08
Novena to St. Patrick

O great Apostle of Ireland, glorious St. Patrick,
to whom under God, so many are indebted for
the most precious of all treasures,
the great gift of Faith,
receive our fervent thanks for the zeal and charity
which have been to thousands the source of blessings so invaluable.

Ask for all who dwell in this land
and the land of thy labors,
the precious light of Faith,
and beg for us on whom its glorious rays
have long since beamed,
the grace to regulate our lives by its sacred maxims.

(Here you may mention the grace, spiritual or temporal, that you wish to obtain)

V. Pray for us, O glorious Saint Patrick.
R. And obtain for us the intention of this Novena.

Say One Our Father, One Hail Mary and One Glory be

Politics / Politics: Why You Should Never Factor In Teaching Others Lessons by NigerianAngelo(m): 7:38pm On Feb 26
"Trust in the Lord; lean not on your own prudence." (Prov 3:5)

1. The job of the Christian slave is to do the will of God.

2. If you find your neighbour at any time in any error, you seek to improve him according to any capacity you have, and any disposition in him.

3. Even if it's by 1%. (1% is a great harvest).

4. God has blessed persons to help each other improve. But not to teach them lessons. Do these for your own interests. Seek 1% improvements at all times.

5. Lessons are for God. "Revenge is mine. In due time, I will repay saith the Lord." Focus on your job description.
Travel / Re: I Want To Relocate To Gabon. Advice Me. I’m A Teacher by NigerianAngelo(m): 4:08pm On Feb 26
If you get a good private school teaching job in Nigeria or Federal teaching job you don't need slaving yourself in any African country. It does not worth it.
Europe/Canada/Australia/US! It is for me!

Many African countries are better >> than Nigeria

Gabon, Congo (Brazaville) are two of them.

You will be shocked. (Only corporate jobs might be hard for you).

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Politics / Re: Senator Kalu Urges NLC To Cancel Planned Protest Over Hardship by NigerianAngelo(m): 8:15am On Feb 26
Any distruction or stealing of people's properties anywhere in Nigeria in the name of protest, AJAERO and all NLC leaders must be arrested immediately

You have been a long terroristic nuisance on this forum. I wish you det with immediate effect.

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