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World Day for stupid questions

16 September 2014, 14:12 Onyeji Dominic

"Today, Sunday of August 17, 2014, is world stupid question day. Ask your stupid questions..." Jude Chikwado wrote and posted on facebook for public. I love what he wrote here, and I have to share it because there are many stupid questions in minds of people under the Sun.

One bad thing is that majority of the people do not have sound knowledge of things that pertain to God and religion. It is not everybody that can get me right if I say that the term "Jesus" is in variance. I mean there are Jesus of Biafra, Jesus of Nigeria, Jesus of Africa, Jesus of Europe and Jesus of etc! Different types of Jesus under the Sun! If we ask me, I will say that I love Jesus of Biafra but he is now in heaven of Nigeria a.k.a Aso Rock. That is very bad.

Here are my stupid questions below:

1. What is Jesus doing in Aso Rock, Abuja?

2. Did Raph Uwazurike abandon Biafra?

3. What is his business in Aso Rock?

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