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Sunday, September 11, 2016

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He withdrew from his third year in the University and stated his reasons for doing so....


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    1. Awwwwwwww
      That's nice....... Genuine repentance
      He want to put things right

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    2. Lol...not so dear
      This is the Change we all need.
      Imagine if all our Politicians were to do this....hehehehe
      *winks*

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    3. if Christ forgives us and does not remb out some anymore,why do we remb.

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    4. A clear conscience is a very important prerequisite for happiness.. If restitution is wat satisfies his conscience... More power to his elbow..he is wearing the shoes and knws where it pinches

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  2. Ehya guilty conscience.....i don't want to talk and offend God....

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    1. Religion is one of the main reasons of retrogression in Africa.

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    2. Very dumb, a classmate of mine did that in our 300 level, what saved him was the fact that he didn't send a formal letter to the DVC. This was a 3.9 law student oh! Now we are graduating and he is back to continue from 300 level. Plain foolishness, Jesus paid the price for our sins on the cross, why not accept the forgiveness and start on a clean slate? I just pray he doesn't regret his action in a few years time.
      Meanwhile, I thought we got admission through jamb?

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    3. I believe that any sin committed in ignorance would not be used against us. The bibke says: In the days if ignorance, God overlooks. If at the time he Carried out the malpractice he felt he was being 'sharp' (as many nigerian students) and he has realised his folly, why not cry to God for forgiveness and move on? He died for our sins and is every willing to forgive. But who am I? Maybe God has greater plans for him

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  3. Good move.

    But I have a question. Please if he found out that he was a product of adultery. Would he commit suicide and ask God to come to the world again. Since adultery is also a sin.

    I am a little but confused

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    1. so long as he came to the world legally,it's not a sin oga

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    2. ...a product of adultery not that he committed adultery. That will be his parents' headache not his.

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    3. He didn't commit adultery. So he's not liable.

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    4. Unless you're no Christain, you need to read your Bible more.

      #WhiteDiamondOut

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    5. Ok guys he should move girl to girl and collect any sperm he deposited. He is to save his sperm for marriage.

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    6. Kwakwakwakwakwa..ewoooooo...u guys a cray...

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    7. Kwakwakwakwakwa..ewoooooo...u guys a cray...

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  4. Hian! Double wahala
    Should i say cool or dumb?

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    1. Its cool...its required u do it to free ur mind. He has a good reason. But me fit no do am o.

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    2. His is good na.A classmate of mine did same thing in final year.Imagine studying law for 5 years only to withdraw with the flimsy reason that the foundation was faulty.That he wrote his jamb in a special center.So has decided to withdraw and start afresh.Imagine the stupidity!!!
      So you didn't know your jamb was written in special center since abi?
      I suspect that boy had lots of carry overs that he just couldn't cope.

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  5. Fool ooooo. Yoruba people no wise.....

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    1. Dont try to imitate Linda Eze, she makes insensitive and stupid comments about other tribes and i find it tasteless.... Just stop now while you still can.

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  6. Hmmm...this is strange. May God be with him sha

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  7. Na wah o, if I hear say I try this kain thing........




    Say a prayer for SDK

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  8. Restitution is real, hard and painful. I salute his courage and may God reward you greatly.

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    1. I salute his courage too. What shall it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his soul.

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    2. As in. Restitution is another thing I fear

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    3. Would it have been bad if he retook WAEC and still continued?

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    4. Abeg make I hear word.No be only restitution.

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    5. Anonymous 18:11 thank you oh! Retake the waec and take the result to your department and explain this thing youve written. Abeg let's learn to use wisdom. They will pardon you for the effort and switch results.

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    6. Chikito I can see through that you have very low moral values.Probably you entered the university through same channel of exam malpractices. Do you know he definitely denied somebody with genuine qualification a spot which must have slowed or derailed that person's progress.The restitution he is making is quite correct and I pray God forgives him absolutely(we are all sinners)
      Btw,are you posting from Oriental,4points or Intercontinental Hotel at this early hours,also which of your senior mentors are you warming the bed with?

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    7. Anon 10:54- no. I was actually up writing my thesis. Cos that's what smart people do πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
      Since the day I shared my testimony on how positivity influenced my life, all the haters on this blog have come to play. Smh!! Some of you are just so angry at Buharinomics that you don't even believe how miserable your lives are cos some of us have beautiful lives. Don't worry. I'd share another mind blowing testimony very soon. That one will make you go and open legs and anus for all the man from Nigeria to Dubai and you will still die wretched πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    8. Anon 10:54- no. I was actually up writing my thesis. Cos that's what smart people do πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
      Since the day I shared my testimony on how positivity influenced my life, all the haters on this blog have come to play. Smh!! Some of you are just so angry at Buharinomics that you don't even believe how miserable your lives are cos some of us have beautiful lives. Don't worry. I'd share another mind blowing testimony very soon. That one will make you go and open legs and anus for all the men from Nigeria to Dubai and you will still die wretched πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  9. Ignorance is indeed a disease!!!
    That eats up the thinking faculty.

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    1. Useless person,may you raise criminal minded kids.

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  10. Awwwwww Very nice of him. The world will be a much better place if there are more of people like him. Unfortunately, Nigeria and the world in general celebrate cheating and dishonest more.

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  11. Such courage! People like me would have just said God forgive me for my past sins and believe it's all gone and forgotten but restitution is also a bible phenomenon where u steal and return it and not just say God forgive me when u can make that extra step and return it back to the owner. God help us all. I salute his courage no be small

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  12. I support him totally. All in the end is vanity. What shall it profit a man to gain the whole World and lose his soul?

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    1. james went to church today. Good to see

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    2. Yes o we chase life more than ďeath yet death is more permanent.May God bless the guy abundantly.

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    3. Wow James. You sound churchy today😁.

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    4. Ahhhhh...James..na u be this or ur alter ego?

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  13. One out of one thousand people.

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  14. wow
    That's all i can say. I pray God favours him

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  15. Really brave. If i was the vc, i wont let him leave. He should continue, its restitution enough that he cane out openly to say what he did

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    1. In case you don't know, exam malpractice is a punishable offence. I hope the dude knew that.he should be ready to go to jail as well.

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    2. D33ve, he's not going to any jail.

      #WhiteDiamondOut

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  16. Kai...this country. See the speed at which the letter was treated. If the student was reporting a lecturer for harassment, sure 9months before it will get to the vc

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    1. You know this.
      This is a letter they received in August...now now, everyone don sign.

      My own issue though is the rate at which people make private documents at their work place public. Na person hide snap this letter ooh. Lol

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    2. My thought exactly @ iphie no privacy anymore.

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    3. Lmao! Don't mind our universities. You'll write a letter that's supposed to be treated before the next session. They'll tell you that it's going to pass through every office in the uni for signing. Which would take a whole session, if not more.

      Yeah, it's very wrong of whomever made this public. Not fair at all.

      #WhiteDiamondOut

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  17. Jesus is lord........ Wow.... This is true faith. Many are even working with the degree they got using a fraudulent waec.

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  18. Couldn't he just continue in a clean slate
    Didn't d bible say 'old things are passed away'
    Or he read d bible upside down

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    1. Th way you people pick up a line in the Bible to make your point is alarming. When that one line you picked had a lot of other sentences thereby making the meaning different from what you think

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    2. Read your bible well,the guy is making restitution for his sins,this act will open doors for him and he will be greater than expected.

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  19. His village people are chasing him.
    If I were the mother I will take him for deliverance.
    Who goes by the books 100percent in naija. When u collect drivers license why not refuse it, that until you go behind d wheels and someone scores ur driving skills or you sit and write the theoretical test also.
    Go to passport office you don't know anyone. Sit there for 5hrs and not tip anyone.
    When he gets job at CBN through an uncle, let him refuse it also........... When he stays home for 5yrs and hunger bite am, no one will teach him.

    It's a commendable thing, but this is Nigeria where things are built not to work, and we have no choice but to help ourselves, if govt can't help us.

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    1. Ur very pathetic. And u still blame ur leaders?. What shall it profit a man...... This young man hs just done the right thing by his conscience. He deserves commendation and not condemnation. It was Uthman Dan Fodio who said conscience is an open wound, only truth can heal it. I hail u young man. I know ur future has just begun. You are blessed. I see many great opportunities coming your way

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  20. Ha Can't say much ooo #speechless

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  21. His decision should be respected. However it is very wrong to have published this document without covering his name and address. Big shame on the university staff who leaked this confidential information which should have remained in his student file.

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  22. Wow.. Quite a courageous young man. Not many can do this.He's walking on the right part to salvation.

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    1. Such people end up being religious fanatics

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  23. Erm erm erm what should I even say

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  24. Thanks be to God, I pray his faith in God will continue to increase,Amen.

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  25. All the girls he slept with, has he gone to tighten the thing back, or collect his sperm Back. God show us mercy

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  26. All politicians will just return stolen wealth based on restitution, Stella our economy will leap from recession oh.

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  27. @james ezigbo, your head dey there.

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  28. I'm in Awe.. @James you've asked a very vital ququestion @Toscana, you've spoken well...

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  29. #Be selective in your battles. Sometimes peace is more important than being right*

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  30. Where then is the place of mercy? Good for him, unresonable to me

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  31. Obi-one......... Your father is not wise.
    Wasted sperm oshi.

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  32. Hmmmmmmm may God help him. This is mumu in the highest order

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  33. That's real, I salute his courage, I assure u this guy will go places no matter what, the devil will try to make things difficult for him in other for him to regret his decision but I tell u this today, he will surely overcome.
    How I wish our politicians will have genuine repentance and restitute all they've stolen.

    Krix via iPhone 6s Gold

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  34. Not everyone has the grace to be able to do this.

    Restitution in its truest form.

    Spirituality aside, this would have come to hunt him later on.

    Imagine he gets a job after graduation, and some years down the line, it's discovered that his O'Levels are forged. That would have been the end. And he'll not have gotten any other job in the corporate world.
    Of course, then, he wouldn't likely be in the frame of mind to go back and retake his O'Levels. And also start uni afresh. Might be married by then sef. Double wahala.

    I saw his picture. He's still young. He can write the WAEC exams next year, get admission immediately after, and in about five years from now, he'll be done.

    Clean slate. No fear of being found out. He'll still catch up with his mates.

    Good one. Good bless him!

    People might see it as foolishness, but better to be at peace with God, than to be accepted by the world.

    #WhiteDiamondOut

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  35. #ThatOldMemberOfBVN#11 September 2016 at 16:04

    "If any man be in Christ,he is a new creature,old things are passed away,behold all things are become new".... I wonder how people read and understand the Bible though!Wisdom is really profitable to direct!To each his own,I wish him luck....
    #ThatOldMemberOfBVN#

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  36. So you mean if you cheated all through your educational background from waec to jamb till you graduate and got employed,then later married and have children,you will divorce your wife because of restitution and return everything you have acquired all your life including your wife and kill your children as well?Then what happened to Bible verse John 8:11 (Go and sin no more)..The most important thing is to confess our sin and ask for forgiven and that is why God is a merciful God.

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  37. Weldon mister. You've done well.

    #I serve an awesome God.

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  38. Waooo waooo waooo, bravo, that is one bold step

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  39. Omg I couldn't stop laughing @ annon 14:33 comment@ he should go and tighten somethings and collect his sperm back,very hilarious,this person no normal o,good work Stella

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  40. He did the right and appropriate thing according to how the bible said it, which is restitution. I salute his sense of knowng God's word and adhering to it.

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  41. Good move, hands up for his courage

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  42. Hmmmm. I can't take a stand for or against him. As Christians, there is a difference between remorse, repentance and restitution. We know that true repentance does not always require restitution, but we should also bear in mind that restitution is prompted by personal conviction by the Holy Spirit. The reason I can't take a stand against him is because he used the word "conviction". I wasn't there with him so I don't know if he meant guilt or he meant real conviction by the Holy Spirit.

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  43. He is one of a kind and such courage is scarce in a country like ours. He is indeed worthy of praise, because he truly understands that a lie my last for a thousand years but only then he start living in truth that he begins to really live. In other paths of the world, the school will not let such a man go because that is the purpose of education that we begin to really live life as it should be. His confession and rejection of his past and fake life truly makes an educated person and worthy of even a degree. This gentleman will have doors open to him far more easier than when he parades himself with a fake result. You just watch it.

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  44. Try building on a faulty foundation... ignore the warnings and think you will survive the day of testing. Many of the bad things we are going through today as a people is because we think we can get out away with the past instead of retracing our steps and relay the foundation for a progressing foundation. If the foundation is of lies, you can cover it with truth. A foundation of sand cannot hold a building of concrete. This gentleman's action may seem radical and drastic, the same way his progress after this will be radical and drastic. He will now be truly free and own the legacy he builds for his generation to come. Honesty will remain the best policy. A good name will always be better than riches and a good foundation will remain the bedrock of a blessed heritage.

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