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Monday, August 29, 2016

Who Agrees With This?




54 comments:

  1. 100% true..religion dey say is d opioum of d masses.

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    1. 100% correct
      Too many church/ religious centres in dis fucked up country

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    2. Religion + fanatics =boko ram

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  2. I agree!...
    All the countries wey no dey carry religion for head have gone very far!...

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  3. Completely true

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  4. Are u asking? Look at you dearest country.

    Every street has a church, yet.

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  5. GBAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMMMMMMMMMZ!! True talk!!

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  6. Don't know about that, going to be reading comments to learn one or two things.

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  7. A nation like Nigeria! Couldn't be truer! I knew this nation was headed for doom when churches started buying up factories turning them to worship centers.

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  8. I would disagree On this one. Religious centers shouldn't be compared to factories. Religion is to faith as factory is to work.

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    1. When all the land for factories has been turn to churches nko?

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    2. Faith without work =? God said he would bless the WORKS of our hands, so exercising faith without putting in the work is an exercise in futility n a waste of time. I'm a Christian but totally agree with this statement

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  9. But most of the religious centres re factories.

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  10. I concur.

    There's a clear difference between religion and serving God in totality.

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  11. Yea very very true.
    Religious places has become the business of the day.

    Tell me why they all can't come together as one and pray to God.

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  12. I completely agree.
    Our own too much ojare.

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  13. I concur.

    There's a clear difference between religion and serving God in totality.

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  14. That is the bitter truth I av heard all my life

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  15. If i hear say i no agree!
    With all the religious institutions springing up like weed in a garden in that Nigeria, how well n stable will u speak of her? Australia has 80% of Agnostics, Freethinkers n Atheists, yet there are cobwebs in their jail cells & well organized humanists.

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    1. Wish I could give you a million dollars for your comment. You nailed and wrapped it up. Deep for those wey get sense.....

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  16. Fact! Faith without works is dead.

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  17. a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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    I can swear with my life and the life of my unborn kids that all they said here is the truth and nothing but the truth.... Religion is a disease and thats fact....
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    ***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

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  18. The problem we have is that we dont balance things.

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  19. very true.

    You see churches and mosques everywhere but wickedness and hatred has finished them all

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    1. If to say work dey too much of wickedness and hatred would ve reduced as it is said a hungry man is an angry wicked man.

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  20. HE WILL NOT TALK ABOUT THE NUMBER OF SEX ARTICLES COMPARED WITH THE NUMBER OF ACADEMIC OR ECONOMIC ARTICLES....NO...HE WILL TALK ABOUT RELIGION...WHY IS IT THAT WHENEVER PEOPLE FAIL, THEY BLAME IT ON TOO MUCH GOD AND NOT OTHER THINGS

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  21. Word!

    Religion is one of the worst things that has happened to us, really.

    And it's very bad.

    You'll see some who is very religious, but in character, a very bad person.

    People always be bad mouthing one religion / denomination or another.

    Christians, there are 10,000+ other religions /beliefs in the world, who don't, and never would believe in your God, and that's the gospel truth, pun intended.

    If only we would think of making our society a better place, and building structures that will empower people, na so so church everywhere. We don't even know which is which again.

    Lmao! * rme *

    #WhiteDiamondOut

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  22. Statistically, that's not true. The US has lots of churches oo. a country like Russia has churching building on every corner but there are always empty.

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  23. Wow!
    Couldn't fault this!
    It is the TRUTH, Nothing but the TRUTH.

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  24. So so true... Thats why so many Nigerian's rather than be gainfully engaged will be found in churches praying for miracles even they know they do not deserve because they did not work or invest for it!

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  25. Let me say this, whenever people say religious, they think what they mean is as it concerns christianity or occassionally islam. Hence when they see someone who attends church like his life depends on that they say he is very religious but when they see one who attends his amadioha ogun, sango,ala ogbaga etc like his life depends on him they refuse to say the one is very religious and i laugh.
    Anyway as per the issue in discussion,the Bible says that God will bless the work of your hands(factory), but our preachers say you pray fervently and you go home and miraculously meet a box of money in your bedroom, praise the lord!
    The idol worshipper(religion as well) tell you that you can take a human person rub him some concoctions and then when you make some incantation, the body vomits money or his body part transform to money. Are the two very religious people not telling us the same thing. Is it not what we all religious people believe in this country. The one or the other

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  26. Ododo oro....Very correct.

    When people are busy with their lives making genuine money, wickedness will so so reduce to the lowest.

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  27. The ilupeju industrial axis,the Oregon/ kudi rat Abiola way axis,the Agidingbin Axis & the Lagos Ibadan axis come to mind.
    Seriously,we are in trouble!

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  28. This is d FOTY (fact of the year)

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