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Friday, March 29, 2019

Boredom Eliminating Post





With good words...YES!

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    1. Let me drop this here. Back in 2008 after my NYSC, I was onvinvi for a banks aptitude test in Kastina. The crowd was much and we had to write in batches. My batch finished at about 10pm.
      Here I was all alone in a town were I don't even know anybody and can't find my way since it was late at night. I already made friends with a guy who noticed me minding my business and came for a chat, thank God we wrote in the same batch. To cut the long story short he took me to a lady's house inside Federal government girls College Kastina were I passed the night and left first thing the next morning.
      Here is the scary thing, the guys number never went through after that day I called him and the lady to say thank you for their kindness after I got home. The next minute my mum wanted to thank them their both numbers never went through.i tried their numbers for several months but it never went through.
      There are real angels living amongst us and very few are opportuned to encounter them and I am happy to have met not just one but two. I think about that incident everytime and I can't help but wonder how marvelous our God is.
      Sorry for the typos.

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    2. Yes ooooo, so on Monday I was at the busstop extremely late for work. I had no change, different bikers were saying no because of change and the traffic was mad. I silently prayed for an helper and God did it.

      I stopped one bike but the guy said "No" initially. As I was about to stop another bike, a guy beckon on me and said the bike man was calling me. I asked if he had change and he said I shouldn't worry about payment.

      My heart melted and I knew it was God again. He dropped me at my office and went his way. I did not even see his face because he was wearing helmet.

      God please keep blessing that guy daily, send him more helpers and also bless the guy that called my attention to him.

      Some people are still genuinely good in this country and God still answers prayers.

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    1. I have not gotten over the what is drink and womanize? Now this 😂

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    2. Better question

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    3. See question😁😁

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    4. New Queen and Boss with new question and answer

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  3. Yea a lady for that matter. Some women are just too good to be human.

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  4. Yes o...several times. I still remember one paying for my tp to Lagos that year...ATM was misbehaving all over..no money and i didnt plan well.

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    1. So what did you give him in return?

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    2. How did you pay him back, is it by cash or kind?

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    3. She didn't say she or he, why are u guys concluding

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    4. Both of u disappear! I paid him back with blessings from my heart...i didnt know who he was neither did he know me...a complete stranger.

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    5. Blessings from your heart, isn't that a sobriquet for in kind?

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  5. Yes...helped me work my Nysc to lagos on a spot with just a call to abuja till today i dont know where that man came from. After i have lost hope ..i only help him buy recharge card and he asked why i was so worried, told him the person that wanted to do it said 70k..lol he did it for free .God bless you sir.

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    1. What's tough? Isn't a stranger from here sponsoring your life ambition?

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  7. Hmmmn!, yes, with words of wisdom.

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  8. Of course an Angel in this blog blessed me with my school fees when I thought i t was over. he has been giving me cash since 2016. God Bless you Mr Chuchu. You and your generation will know no lack in Jesus name. Amen

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  9. God bless Mr. Sanusi who helped me during NYSC too.

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  10. They were Angels in human form.
    Can't share it here like that....

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  11. Yes. Traveled to Benin. Rain was so heavy, I was totally drenched, me and my load. No bus or bike for the last leg of my journey. Stranded. Two guys in a car gave me a lift. Handosme and kind men, never asked for my no., which usually guys in nig do. Till date I believe I met angels that day.

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  12. Yes.
    Was on a flight from Houston to San diego.
    The white guy beside me started making conversation.
    While they were serving drinks and snacks,he asked for ginger ale.i wanted ginger ale too but the hostess said it had finished.The guy took the last one.He said its okay.We will share this.We started sharing a can of ginger ale,pouring for each other and eating together like old friends.
    Totally changed my idea about white people and the world in general

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    1. Hmmmm, ginger ale things......

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    2. God will reward his kind heart. Hope you guys continued the friendship

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  13. About 13 years ago while in Kaduna, I used to attend this church not too far from my house. For like 4 Sundays I always noticed an elderly man, very unkempth sitting around me (beside me, behind me, before me). When it's time for offering, everyone danced out to drop theirs, the old man sits quietly with this distant look in his eyes.
    The next Sunday, when it was about time for offering, I quietly tapped him (he was by my left hand side this time) and handed him a 200 naira note, told him to join everyone else. He smiled gratefully and filled out. On our way out, I offered to give him money to board Keke or take a bike home, he politely refused.

    That Sunday was the last time I saw that man. I would always look around to see if he sat elsewhere, after church I'd rush to the gate to see if he'd pass, nothing. He didn't like my gesture or what?
    But guess what, each time I am in a tight situation, somehow, help comes. Help that I can't explain. And my mind would always go back to that stranger. I want to see him again, I want to sit and talk to him. It's been 13 years but I can't help thinking about him from time to time.

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    1. Maybe that was an angel.
      Secondly, it could be that he might have died just after that service... Probability.

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    2. He is an Angel sent from heaven Thank God you passed the test. Favour will always find you

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    3. I got goose bumps reading this.Sounds like you met with an angel

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    4. You might have entertained an Angel unknowingly

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    5. I shed a tear for whatever reason reading this. Can never forget the day i saw a man having an epileptic fit. Never seen it before so was confused. I just ran from the door of the pharmacy of fright. An old man's epilepsy medicine had finished and price had increased due to buhari's recession. He didn't have enough cash. The pharmacist couldn't even assist him on the floor. He was speaking igbo when he regain consciousness telling people not to run from him.
      Only a Hausa woman in hijab helped him. This woman bought several packs of his drugs amounting to 15k. Got a bike and gave the bike 1k to take the old man home. He was so thankful.
      That thing thought me. Never hate people. Some so called Christians can't stand Moslems and vice versa.do you know who would save your life. If their child dare bring a moslem friend home to play they won't like it.

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  14. I have changed a stranger's life ,I was Just 8yrs when I unknowingly opened d gate to someone who was chased by d community vigilante, my parents were at home, d youths banged n threatened to burn down our village house if we didn't produce d man, my dad said d man is innocent, he happened to visit d country n unknowingly walked into a communal crises, these youths beat up my dad, he refused to back down, my mom was outside begging, I took this man to d goat shed n locked him in, the youths broke down d door, ransacked d house, but they didn't think of the goat shed, that's how dey left but they were always keeping an eye on d house, the man stayed with us hidden for 5weeks, police entered n d communal crises stopped, this man finally left n brought his entire family to thank us, he said I was his hero, he offered money, my dad turned it down, he left but kept in touch, over 20yrs down d line, the man passed on cos he was like 55yrs then, but he named me in his will, he left me something, tears just came to my eyes lol, this man left me a house that's where we live.

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    1. You have me in tears, God bless you and your family.
      May you never lack and may God raise angels for you at every point of need.

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  15. yes a job.i was teaching his children and they performed excellently well.he told me I deserved the best and he link me UP ,NOW AM in federal govt Top agency.

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    1. Congratulationssssssssssssssssssss. God will bless him always

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  16. No i haven't experienced that....hope to get that experience some day☺️

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  17. Yes o.i got a job for a role i wasn't comfortable with,as i walked to d car park waiting for my ride,this guy walks up to me and asked" how did ur interview go,and y do u look so worried?i explained my situation and he made a phone call.that phone call gave me my present position.he didnt give me his number neither did i give him mine.i remembered the name of d guy he called and as i assumed my new position i looked for the guy,found him and introduced my self.i said pls can u give me my cousins number as i lost my phone.(i lied),just to get d guys number to say "thank you".got d guys number,called him and that was it.Thanks Mr Savage,its ify d gurl u helped at THD freeport branch.

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    1. Angels still exist. Favour will never elude him.

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  18. yes Stella...the data giveaway was of great help

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  19. Police caught my bike man and demanded 5k.He didn't have papers and all and they were about to tow his bike,he was full of despair and worry. I just gave the officers 5k and told them to free the old man,everybody was shocked on Allen roundabout,I just throway face and told the bike to keep going to Oregun. Paid him 500 for the fare aside.The old man just dey look me .Lo and behold, I have seen favours. Someone has woken me up with a $1000. Be kind. It pays.

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    1. I love your story. Continue bring good. God will bless you continuoually

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  20. Yes. Total stranger he was that day. Agbero would have beaten me blue black at the bus top for something I didn't do. I was a novice in that area. He was just passing by and was kind enough to intervene.

    God bless my hubby.

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    1. So that is the meeting point. Congratulationssssssssssssssssssss

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  21. God used a stranger to get me a REAL Job and got nothing in return. God bless you sir

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  22. My first time travelling to the in 2005,my uncle whose place I was to stay wasn't picking my calls.I had his address and was able to get to the closet tube station to his place on my own.
    I was standing lost trying to call from the phone booth and this lady just walked up to me saying I guess you just came newly to the Uk,I nodded and told her my plight ,she called a cab for me, told me she is a ghanian and gave me her number to call if I happen to have any problem. She was just an angel God sent to me that day.

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  23. Severally but this one still baffles me because i didn't even know her talkless of meeting her for favour but she worked up to me,asked me of my plight as i sat waiting to meet the priest at my Church to ask for financial help and just after i finish narrating my order to her,she asked me to follow her to the ATM, withdraw 20,000 and handle it to me just like that and she refused disclosing her identity to me.Ma,where ever you are i pray God should blessing you abundantly.

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  24. No,I not usually lucky with strangers.

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  25. Where will I even start from?
    I've lost count.
    And I am so so grateful.
    So very very grateful to God.

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  26. I was on my way to the French embassy. I lost my way time was going so fast. I approached this woman she said she didn’t know the place but she’ll help me. She walked with me from like Allen roundabout to under bridge in ikj. An old woman for that matter left everything she was doing. When I got to the embassy they didn’t even look at all the heavy file of documents I brought less than 2wks they gave me the visa.

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  27. GOD IS GOOD
    Many times over
    GOOD GOD Almighty
    Thank YOU

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