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Thursday, February 27, 2020

Wicked People In Nigeria Do Not Die - Your View

Do you agree that in Nigeria wicked people do not die?








 

Senate Minority Leader, Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe says that wicked people in Nigeria have refused to die.

“Yet again we are losing another good man. The question we always ask is why are we losing the good ones?
The wicked people in this country do not die, it is the good ones that go,” 

baribe made this assertion on Wednesday, during a valedictory session held in honour of the late Senator Ignatius Longjan who died on February 10 in Abuja.

29 comments:

  1. The senator was talking about himself and his co-politicians who have refused to have some sense and empathy on the masses.

    They are the wicked people

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    1. Shut it biko...If you do not know anything, say nothing. Iti

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    2. Look at one of their sympathisers farting under my comment. Take yourself and your stinky fart along with you @09:44

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    3. πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€£Chai!!!h Ms A has finally break this fragile table.

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  2. Yes!!!! Wicked people do not die and I wonder why?

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  3. Sometimes I wonder too..the good and useful ones keeps dying...if I remember how one of my very good uncle died ehn,it still hurts till tomorrow. He slipped in the bathroom.. such a good man...the wicked ones that cause us so much heartache are still bubbling

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  4. If you assume goodness to be an evolutionary weakness, then the fittest(and or the most wicked) survive

    But this is not always true

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  5. Just like my MIL someone in the village asked why she’s still alive. Very wicked ungrateful woman

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    1. Please do not wish death on anyone no matter how wicked they are. God is the author and finisher of everyone's fate and by wishing another death you cannot bring it to reality but only heap coals on your own head.

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    2. Your MIL is wicked and should die.
      I hope you pray your own mother dies before her. The kind of animals that people marry and call them wife.

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    3. See this reptile under my comment

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  6. No wonder all those holding us captives are still doing fine.

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  7. God still love them and is giving them enough time to repent. Talking about wicked people... Do we have some in Naija?

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  8. They die, ,horribly too. They even go tru torture and then confess all their atrocities before they die. .... Only in Nigerian Movie o

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  9. Selfish people live longer. Ever since I heard nicki Minaj's say that in a film, I've never forgotten..I think it was called The other woman. Anyway you know God Is so merciful and forgiving. Maybe he wants to give wicked selfish people a chance 2 repent before it's too late

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  10. So in essence he too is bad man that refuses to die.

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  11. Abaribe is part of the evil people that will not die. Rubbish!
    I always tell people there is no such thing as karma. A lot of evil people live long and healthy, they prosper and even die peacefully in the end.
    Too many case study around.
    People do evil and get away with it every damn time.
    I remember watching the story of a young boy (700 club program) now man who was a leader of a gang at 14yrs, wiping out
    villages, burning women and children, killing everything and anything. Now he is a pastor and living his life. That story still makes me sad.
    Abeg make una leave talk.

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  12. Na so we see am. Wetin man go do we cant practically use log of wood to kill dem

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  13. Wicked people are abandoned property by God. Who wants to deal with their shenanigan? Even the devil doesn't want their headache. So we humans are stuck with their crap.

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  14. The wicked do not die because of the grace of God allowing them every opportunity to change their ways. It is God's mercies holding them to make a change.

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