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Sunday, November 25, 2012

There is No Difference between the Values of a Pastor and a Nigerian Politician - Patrick Obahiagbon

I cast my vote for Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah and Pastor Tunde Bakare in their demosthenic vitriol against spiritual megalomaniacs whose modus vivendi has become increasingly byzantine and repulsively narcissistic.

We must all begin to deprecate this razzmatazz and Nestorian braggadocio in the "HOUSE OF GOD" because when there is no difference between the values of a Pastor and a typical Nigerian Politician, then it's truly a bolekaja ambience.....

Abeg anyone who understands should please interpret.

22 comments:

  1. See grammar oh! Abeg someone pls help interpret. Now having porpcorn in my brain.

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    1. Lol. Bolekaja is yoruba o. Dis man oooooo

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    2. True!!,dis man is using yoruba nd he's makin us 2 think he knws big gramma

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  2. ‎​​​​​=))º°˚˚˚°ºнaĦaнaº°˚˚˚°º‎​=)) 'bolekaja' isn't that yoruba??

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  3. He has toned down a notch. Maybe the Comrade has warned him to cool down!

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  4. Lwtmb....ds man is officially mad!

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  5. Dis man is jux a standard DOPE

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  6. justlikeme@live.com26 November, 2012 01:03

    This man sef...e never tire am. Na until ehn teeth break?

    naija una too much, coffee wey i dey drink hia comot my nose as i read his talk

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  7. This guy is just a bloviating ignoramus. His use of Modus Vivendi does not correlate with the preceding words. Modus vivendi is a Latin phrase signifying an agreement between those whose opinions differ, such that they agree to disagree.

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  8. I don't wish to understand

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  9. Hehehee.. U took out d part u understood n made it ur headline. Ladun buhahahaha.... How much will u pay me 2 interprete it 4 u?

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  10. Interpret what? The man has said his own & sadly,he just said the truth!

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  11. Dis man don come with him grammer.... Na true him talk sha

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  12. @Anon 5:10 if you know the meaning please interpret it to us. Don't come back to say interpret what again.

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  13. pls tell all those fake sky preachers to park well

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  14. When will he stop

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  15. modus operandi not modus vivendi

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  16. he's right with modus vivendi. similar to modus operandi.

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  17. Amarachukwu, you impress me. But I went back to check and found that modus vivendi also means a way of life. Vivendi is one of the conjugated forms of "vita", which means life in Latin. So his use of the phrase is correct.

    Truth is this man often speaks without communicating, but if one has the time to check through his usage, u'll find that it is often correct.

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  18. Una tink say dis man dey make mistake for grammer?

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  19. He should speak English. And leave Latin. I'm sure we all understand, and then he will be communicating.
    Can't even check for the meaning ofall this. No time* rme*
    Smile#

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  20. Did this nigga just say "bole kaja", the popular yoruba slang. Lord have mercy.

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