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What is hell?

17 July 2014, 13:08 Onyeji Dominic

"When trying to understand what Nigeria is up to, look at what is going on in our cities today; bombs after bombs," Wilsom Bonfere commented. I do not have to tell anybody that this is not just a comment but rather a hearty remark. It is obvious that Wilsom spoke from bottom (dept) of his heart.

I do not really have to say anything in this regards. Let me just remind us that I once asked a question but no answer came from anybody. Maybe I should ask it again! It is a very simple question for public to answer: "What is hell???" If we ask me, I will say that the "bombs after bombs" which Bonfere talked about implies that Nigeria is truly dead, and her carcass is now burning in pit of hell. Dead country burning in pit of hell! That is it, isn't it?

Come to think of it! Bomb has deadly fire just like hell which was described in Bible as fire for the death. So, what are we saying? I mean what is hell? What is bomb?

I have to question the people here because it is obvious that the rich are getting richer while the poor are getting poorer. It is strange just like in the case of irony where kings are trekking while fools are riding on horses. The situation does not really make good sense to divinity. It is rather a national problem which is highly detrimental to rapid growth, civilization, development and advancement of both lives and the society at large.

Please, somebody should do well to remind the people that certain group in Biafra is calling for war without preparation and defense in Biafra. I like it so much. I mean the battle is good. I see it as natural fire of Elijah. It means that divinity is preparing to consume the fools who are still riding on horses that are naturally meant for kings. It is known as Elijah's fire for good under the Sun.

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