Police officer outraged at fellow policemen collecting bribes from public.

Police DPRO Iheanacho ifeanyi Omuta Lagos state command, took to Twitter to express his anger towards his colleagues harassing Nigerians everyday and collecting money from them. He gave out his phone number to the public to call him anytime they are being asked for bribes by any police officer in the state.

08036994334. I don talk am before, I wan talk am again. My country people abeg if any police wan harass una, make una no gree give anybody any money until una call me because dis tin don too much😡😤 @segalink @RuggedyBaba helep me tell them too.

Three Dead As Suspected Herdsmen Strikes Adamawa Village

Three people have been confirmed dead after gunmen struck in an early Sunday morning raid on Kikon Village of Numan Local Government Area in Adamawa State.

The attackers suspected to be herdsmen rode into the village on motorbikes setting houses and food barns on fire. They also reportedly carted away cattle belonging to the farmers.

Differences in Judaism and Christianity

Is Satan really a “fallen and rebellious angel.”

What are the differences – Christianity vs Judaism? Part 1

For centuries, Christians have asked why Jews don’t accept the authenticity of the New Testament. Well for me I still question the authenticity of both Testaments, as both has its flaws and short comings.

Judaism believes that the Jewish Scriptures, often referred to as the Old Testament,are the inspired word of God. If passages appear to contradict one another, it is our responsibility to delve deeply and uncover a correct understanding. Unfortunately, some Christians believe that the end justifies the means and often use the following New Testament passage to justify their approach. “Only that in every way, whether in pretense or in truth, Christ is proclaimed…” [Philippians 1:18]

Judaism sees Satan is a force, an angel, used by God to test mankind. Furthermore, we can understand the purpose of evil in this world and why the Jewish prophet Isaiah 45:7 states that God, “makes peace and creates evil (רע).” Contrary to Christianity’s viewpoint, which is similar to the one inherent in Greek mythology, Judaism does not regard Satan as a separate force that exists to oppose God.

Isaiah 45:7King James Version (KJV)

I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and create evil: I the Lord do all these things.

So can we all agree irrespective of your faith that Satan is an emissary sent by God who created him solely for His use in testing mankind.

I wish you guys a Happy New Years as you continue to work harder to better that 2017. Peace be with you 🖖🏽

Religious Delusion in Nigeria

Few months ago, all the con men in Nigeria, otherwise known as Pastors, prophets and GO’s, were all mouthy, speaking up, rationalising why their sheeps must pay tithes. They even threaten people with death, courses and wrath of their Bible monster God.

But for the past few days, their tithers, sheeps are being butchered and slaughtered literally like sheeps. Looks like they’ve all gone deaf, bling and dumb. Their God has no wrath again to melt on the perpetrators.

Obviously as Con business men, they were agitated 😡 and terrified when their business and source of income was threatened.

But they can’t be bothered to speak up now, money is more valuable and precious to them than life.

I decided not to make a post for the religionists and sheeps regarding these callous incidents, because I’ve respect for the dead, will rather allow the victims and their families and love ones to mourn and reflect.

Hopefully many of us will start thinking and being reasonable.

You’re on your own, no Jesus Christ or Jehovah can save you. Use your #Aka #Ikenga #Ako #Na #Uche to save yourself.

Uba Acho

Why did God want to KILL Moses?

Exodus 4:18-31, is one of those passages that many people would just as soon skip over and pretend that it is not really in the Bible. Or, some might try to pretend that the story really does not say what it says. My approach is that if it is there, then we have to deal with it as it stands without trying make it fit within our own modern sensibilities and sensitivities. But I have to admit that this text is a little strange.

Steve Rodeheaver