My awesome and faithful readers, before you start reading the body of this post I urge you to please ponder the stories sincerely and leave your comments without bias...
I was busy packing my bags for a quick trip to Naija yesterday when I decided to breeze through my facebook(something I do once a week or two), then I stumbled upon a video and a story on some of my friends walls..
The first story is a video by a British-Nigerian journalist who came to nigeria to interview our mega millionaire pastors...I met a lot of surprises and I beg you all to please patiently watch and then share your thoughts about this question " Should we still go about looking for churches to worship or simply make our hearts our place of worship?"
Here's the link http://www.worldstaruncut.com/uncut/39919 pls I beg you watch...
The second is a story I have tagged "dead woman walking"...as unbelievable as the story might seem it is sincerely true. Some of you might have heard of the story but please still share your thoughts.
A 42 year old woman who has been married to her recently deceased husband got a shocker of her life at her husband's burial.
All through the marriage they tried to conceive but to no avail, so the husband being a "very" loving man stood by his wife solidly..
The woman is from a very rich background but the husband is just a civil servant.
In the course of the union, the woman acquired lots of properties in lands and buildings which her husband encouraged her to put the name of their unborn child on the documents of all the properties.
To the main part, on the day of the husband's burial, another woman claiming to be the man's wife showed up with 2 kids,the first being about 7years old..that's the bad part...
The worst part was her discovery that the 7year old child bears the exact supposed name of the unborn child!!!The name her husband chose for her unborn child..
Now, the husband's family are planning to give all the properties to the 7 year old...
Please don't be too shocked to leave your comments..
P.s I will bring goodies from naija for you all...