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No sitting on the fence

11 September 2014, 12:10 Onyeji Dominic

"The day is fast approaching when fense sitting will no longer be possible..." Michael Nwa Jamaica wrote and posted on facebook for Biafrans in the public. Sitting on the fense??? It does not make any sense, does it?

Please, I know that I am not a pastor but let me just remain us of what was written in Bible. They wrote it in book of Genesis that God created Adam and Eve in a garden called Eden. The story revealed that the garden had no fence. That was why serpent entered freely and lured Eve to deceive Adam. It meant that there was no fence there for any individual to sit. I mean nobody was sitting on fence in the garden because Adam and Eve failed to build the fence for their own security, safety, protection and what have you; there was no fence at all.

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I have to say this because I wrote an article titled "BROKEN FENCE". It was a philosophic write up which gave us to know that Bar Ralph Uwazurike started to build fence for Biafra but the people (Biafrans) stopped him for reason best known to them. It implies that nobody in Biafra is sitting on the fense because it was broken (badly damaged) long time ago.

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