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Dangerous wizard in Biafra

09 June 2014, 10:13 Onyeji Dominic

"I pray you have change of heart before the Almighty strikes you," said Suraju Suberu in response to one of my articles titled, "WHO SAID GOD IS NOT WICKED?" Let me just say that this guy (Suraju) is a blind fool and fantastic idiot. He has eyes but he cannot see beyond the four walls. That was why he failed to know that the stupid idol which he call "Almighty" is a big fool like him.

I am writing this as an official and formal challenge in public. I mean if the God has power, let him try me. I am also a God, a more powerful idol for anybody to worship. I said let him strike Dsage like Suraju have said here.

One thing I like us to remember is that the deceptive book (Bible) told us a fable concerning King David. We read it in book of Psalms the David has a horn. History also told us that "Horned God" is more powerful in witchcraft because he has two horns unlike King David who has only one horn. If one has eyes, one will see that Dsage has more than two horns. That is me, a more dangerous wizard in Biafra.

I have told the public severally that the term "God" is an idol in Africa. I do not have to tell fools like Suraju Suberu that King David in Bible was a wizard just like the Horned God. What the public should know is that Dsage is a more dangerous wizard in Biafra. If the God is Almighty indeed let him strike me! I challenge him openly and publicly. Let him arise and strike the Dsage!

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