Don’t Give Up On Nigeria, After All Cossy Orjiakor Was Born With Just N*pples- Etcetera

Rev. father Mathew this morning said we should pray. Pray
for Saint Anthony of Padua to intercede. But why should we pray to saint
Anthony of Padua? When you can easily lead us in prayer to Saint Jonathan of
Aso Rock to intervene? If Martin Luther king can walk his congregations through
the bridge of Mississippi to freedom, so can Pastors Oyedipo, Adeboye, Chris
Okotie, Chris Oyakhilome, Kumuyi, T.B Joshua, Paul Adefarasin speak up and
demand freedom and better governance for their congregations.

Or maybe today’s Pastors prefer jetting out to freedom in
other countries instead. Or have they themselves given up hope that prayers to
our very own Saint Jonathan won’t yield anything? Well in case our pastors
haven’t noticed, prayers to saint Jonathan has been on for the better part of 5
years. And whether there have been answers or not is a debate for the next
regime and legislators.
When will Nigerians come to their senses and understand that
religion is one of the biggest problems plaguing us?
Where are the said signs and wonders? Blessed are the meek
for they shall inherit the earth and its fullness thereof. Aren’t we a meek and
submissive people anymore? How many times have we gone down on our knees asking
our leaders to free us from this Hell? Begging and pleading for a second
chance, even offering our lives in exchange. Show us mercy O lord. Free us from
this isolated cold metal bars.
Yet we remain covered in darkness everyday. And blame the
darkness on satan just like every single one of this country’s failures.
HEALTHCARE FACILITIES are the seven sins crying to heaven for intervention. But
our leaders are yet to receive the wrath of heaven for their crimes.
Isn’t it obvious that we might have been condemned to perish
for our self inflicted sins called suffering and smiling? Bless your soul baba
Fela Anikulapo Kuti. Fellow Nigerians, action is calling on us. How long do we
try to ignore it. It is getting louder and louder everywhere you look. From the
dilapidated structures, Infant mortality rate, Hunger and corruption
everywhere. Yet we close our eyes and cover our ears. Even as we sense the
chilling presence of evil and destruction getting closer and closer. Is it
until the spine of the nation shatters and blood covers her entire body? We
have been threatened and manipulated by our leaders with the fear of death. But
for how long do we sit and cry and watch the tears slide through our fingers to
the ground?
Haven’t they trampled upon our feelings, and emotions
enough. Some of us are beginning to accept it as our fate. But there is no
accepting a fate of torture and anguish for the rest of eternity. When will
they be made to account for all of the evil and costly mistakes they made?
Remember each and every heart they have broken. Time won’t stands still and
wait because we are humans and time is not infinite. It is rather now or never.
As this blazing hot sun still penetrates our skin, while we are still filled
with the burning of life. I can’t take it. I’m choking on my Grief. This can’t
be a dream.
Nigeria can’t be dead. But it feels that way. Let us not
give up on Nigeria yet. The situation she has found herself today can only improve
and get better. Like they say, all big things start small, after all Cossy
Orjiakor was born with just nipples.

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