Friday, July 24, 2015

Ex President Jonathan was a thief - Comedian Basketmouth

Popular stand-up comedian, Basketmouth he has taken a swipe at former President Goodluck Jonathans' government.

Midway into his show, tagged BM Uncensored, which held in Houston, Texas in the United States, a few days ago, the comedian accused the Jonathan administration of doing nothing else other than "stealing" money during its six-year tenure.

A copy of the video posted on Youtube shows Basketmouth, who was dressed in a sleeveless top and dark trousers, speaking his mind about the high level of corruption that prevailed in the country under Jonathan’s watch.

In the video, the comedian said, "The funny thing is that Buhari is now in power and everyone is hating the guy under two months. I am normally into politics, but when I see some s..t I say it. Goodluck was there for six years and all they did was steal money."

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Monday, July 6, 2015

Gay marriage is satanic - Bishop to US | Do you agree?

The Bishop of Minna Diocese, the Rt. Revd. Daniel Yisa, has condemned the United States of America's Supreme Court's ruling that upheld same-sex marriage as a legal right, describing it as Satan's agenda devoid of God.

He said while speaking with journalists after 100 years (Centenary) Thanksgiving Service at the St. Peter's Anglican Cathedral Church in Minna, on Sunday, that gay was not a Biblical or an African practice.

He said, "If God hates it, we all must hate it."

Condemning same-sex marriage approved by the American government recently, Yisa admonished Nigerians to hold on to the gospel truth.

He said, "We must know the basic truth of the Bible. As far as we are concerned as Nigerians, same-sex marriage is not our portion. Whoever wants to do that in his country can do that in his free volition, but should not necessarily say that the Bible says so.

"The issue is that, as a nation, we keep calling on God without meeting God's conditions. There are certain things we are not supposed to do and there are also those we are supposed to do if we have to remain his people.

"We, as Christians and members of the Anglican family, God has remained faithful to us. And we, as humans should do our best to maintain that relationship with God. We cannot continue to wallow in sin and immorality and then claim that He is our God.

"He is a righteous God. If we must serve Him, we must try to keep ourselves righteous as He is, so that we can maintain that cordial relationship that He has established from the very beginning. We should not claim privileges without responsibilities".

Source: Punch