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Dead country marked for hell

17 July 2014, 09:39 Onyeji Dominic

"Some people said they see a better Nigeria where security of every citizen remains a priority for government. Come to think of it! When did Nigeria learn how to make her security safe? That is nearly impossible," Wilsom Bonfere argued. He made this as comment on my profile picture. I liked it because his point was not shallow. He spoke from heart, and his argument was cogent.

I do not really have much to say here. Let me just say that all the citizens are thinking deeply about Nigeria just like Bonfere said. The people's thought is very deep in general, and the depth is found in the wrong because insight has revealed that the country is laying waste in wrong side of retarded jungle. One may not understand it if one is not insightful and mentally sound under the Sun.

What the public should know is that Boko Haram is an emblem of hell in reality. It means that the country is dead, and divinity has prepared real hell for the burial in decadence. Dead country marked for hell! That is what I see as an erudite seer under the Sun. Let's keep watching!

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