FREEDAY FREE FOOD FOR FRIENDS’ FREAKING FREETHINKING Vols 409, 410, 411, 412, 413, 414, 415 and 416 +Evangelism+Most Expensive Univs in Nigeria(2016)+Religious Society without godliness+Why Dangote is blessed+ Nemesis of Justice Auta+Naked Truth of Life+Thomas Edison+Facts and Options for Nigerians(2016)


Sunday School Series Seven (Specialized Series )

Evangelism God’s heartcry 2

Sodom had no Bible,
We have millions.

Sodom had no preacher,
We have thousands.

Sodom had no church,
We have numerous.

Sodom had no prophet,
We have many

Sodom heard only one warning, we’ve heard several.

*Matthew 10:15 Verily I say unto you, It shall be more tolerable for the land of Sodom and Gomorrha in the day of judgment, than for that city.*

What then will be your excuse for missing *HEAVEN??*

1.friends?? Daniel had friends yet he kept himself
Lazarus had none yet he made it.

3. Worldly amusement?? Moses had more than that yet he consecrated himself.

Or perhaps *SATAN??*

He will ask you, have you seen me before.??

Beloved Christ is *justified* it’s left to you…..

if u miss heaven, don’t blame God. He sent Jesus his only son.

if u miss heaven, don’t blame Jesus. He died for you on the cross of Calvary

if u miss heaven, don’t blame Satan. You had a choice.

if u miss heaven, don’t blame me. I told you.


®She’s not properly dressed,no scarf, instead of you to preach to her, you are shouting “WOW!!! you look sexy…. Brother you are part of the problem. *Repent*

®A preacher said “if you know what I know, you’ll laugh less and cry more”does that ring a bell in our head? do we have to see b4 we believe? *Repent*

® I want to have money, I want to marry a beautiful wife, I want marry a handsome guy, I want to buy a nice car, I want to build a big house, is that all we think about? We will all die & leave all these. Vanity. *Repent*

® You think regret is when u did not marry the man you wanted, or did not study d course u liked? NO! Regret is you reaching the grave without enough good deeds” vanity *Repent*

®Rich, poor, pretty, ugly, slim, fat, literate, illiterate, white, black, ustaz, pastor, player, King, slave, PDP, APC, DEATH does not care who you are, when its time, you are going” *Repent*

® Someone is dead & you are alive, someone is sick & u are healthy, someone is lost & you are guided, why then are u sad coz someone is rich & you are poor? why are you ungrateful? Thank God.

®Oh boy! Oh baby!! see Benz, Chai see house, damn! see that babe” Bros the world is just a play & illusion, its beauty doesn’t last, don’t be carried away, seek. Seek first his Kingdom. *Repent*

®Wisdom, people will be naked, but the fear of judgement will not allow u look, have that fear now and stop asking, uploading or downloading nude pictures. *Repent*

Jesus is not coming now, I go Repent before then. Abi??? Bro/Sis, if you die tonight your judgement has started. *Repent!*

®She wasn’t your wife, you had sex with her, she became pregnant, you made her abort. Illegal relationship + murder, na 2 in 1 sin bi dat + good welcome in hell. *Repent*

®Body no be firewood ” Seriously? Is that why you commit Sin? You no know say na de same body dem go carry do firewood 4 hell? Don’t allow yours to be among. *Repent.*

®Anyone who is not your husband and wanna have sex with you walai! he’s ur enemy, his love is fake, no true love will want you 2 go 2 hell and miss Heaven *Repent*

®You never shed tears even once while reciting scriptures but Films dey make you cry, Hmmm check your yourself. *Repent*

®Eye liner, eye shadow, mascara, lip stick, concealer, blusher. powder, if you like do plastic surgery, if your heart is bad, you’re damn ugly. *Repent*

®If you are not ready u can postpone your wedding date, graduation date, election date, but you can never postpone your death date, always be ready. *Repent*

®If you don’t respect your parents, your life go bend, and you might end up in hell. *Repent!*

®I have a meeting! I have meetings!! Is that why you rush your prayers. Noooo! Dont disrespect God. Dont take Him for granted too.

Thanks for your attention

Forwarding this is Evangelism. Please take a part in it and forward to contacts or group you want to evangelize. Be rugged for Jesus.









Top 20 Most Expensive Universities In Nigeria (2016)

This article contains the top 20 most expensive universities in Nigeria 2016 with their tuition fees according to our research.

For those seeking admission into any of these universities, this information should be helpful as most of these expensive universities are privately owned and managed by wealthy Nigerians and churches.

Below is a List of 20 Most Expensive Universities In Nigeria

1) Babcock Uuiversity: ₦620,000 – ₦3 million

2) American University Of Nigeria (AUN): ₦1,378,500

3) Afe Babalola University: ₦675,000 – ₦1,075,000

4) Igbinedion University: ₦540,000 -₦820,000

5) Bowen University: ₦500,000-₦750,000

6) Crawford University: ₦400,000-₦600,000

7) Redeemer’s University: ₦500,000-₦650,00

8) Lead City University: ₦550,500
9) Caleb University: ₦505,000
10) Ajayi Crowder University: ₦500,000
11) Benson Idahosa: ₦500,000
12) Joseph Ayo Babalola University: ₦436,000
13) Covenant University: ₦432,000
14) Achievers University, Owo: ₦420, 000
15) Novena University: ₦400,000
 16) Adeleke University,Ede: 350,000.00
17) Rhema University: ₦325,000
18) Lagos State University: Between N240,000 and N345,000
19) Obong University Nigeria: ₦190,000
20) Oduduwa University: ₦164,000
These are the List of most expensive universities in Nigeria according to our research. Although, the tuition fee is subject to change due to governmental policies in Nigeria.

Sunday School Series 11

Typical Nigerian response to all issues:
1. I just found a lump in my breast = God forbid! That’s not your portion. Be prayerful my sister. It is well.
2. Have you insured your car? = It is covered by the blood of Jesus. No weapon fashioned against it shall prosper.
3. Why did you rig the election? = Power comes from God. Let my opponent accept the outcome that God has decided.
4. NEPA/Power failure: by God’s grace dem go bring the light again this night so i go fit iron my clothes.
5. 100 people died in a building unlawfully built which collapsed this morning: God giveth and tooketh. Na God go judge the person wey build that house.
6. 20Billion looted by so and so Ministers = Na only God fit help us for this country o walahi!
7. That man was a secondary school teacher 2 years ago. We elected him into House of Rep just over a year ago, now he has 8 cars and 6 houses and 1 hotel = Na God win. He who God has blessed no man can curse.
8. 3 weeks after 8 hours of surgical operation by a dedicated team of surgeons = Pastor I thank you and God very much with this N800k, your prayers made my surgery a success.
9. Survived an accident while coming from a hotel where he had marathon sex with a married woman, 4 children and 8 adults died in the accident = God saved me because i am special and He has special plans for me.
10. Saw a woman’s purse drop from her shopping bag at Shoprite, picks it up, opened it and saw £1,000. Quietly went home with it = thank God for this blessing. God is a timely intervener in mysterious ways.
…and so on and so forth the story goes


Fact: The economy is in a terrible state at the moment.

Fact: There is hunger in the land.

Fact: Unemployment crisis is escalating.

Fact: Several civil servants are being owed the whole or part of their salaries .

Fact: There is still corruption in the country.

Fact: The legislature is smeared with much stench, profligacy and unrealistically over-remunerated.

Fact: There is still profligacy in this administration of change.

Fact: Electricity is still epileptic, some say it has improved, but in some parts of the country,it is actually worse.

Fact: Despite the posturing of President. Buhari against looters, not many of them have been conclusively prosecuted.

But do you know what????
I am not annoyed with PMB.

This is because I am very realistic and sincere in realising that democracy doesn’t work like dictatorship, hence no matter my emotions, desire for things to change, and irritation at the state of things, I still understand that there is separation of powers. PMB is still subject to the whims and caprices of both the legislature and the judiciary.

For instance, if we have the impression that someone is as guilty as hell, but the person gets cleverly smart lawyers to stall prosecution and ultimately gets an acquittal by manipulating the loopholes in the constitution, what do we expect a president to do? Send soldiers to execute such persons? No, his sincere desire to prosecute such individual has been effectively neutralized by the relevant arm of government.

Same thing goes for the legislature that can even override the president on some matters.

While operating this our controversial constitution, some things may never change, while some will take a process of time to change.

Our options are:

1.) Realistically allow the process of time and the goodwill of a sincere and austere president to change things as the governed also change their unpatriotic dispositions. Then we stop paying lip service to diversification of the economy and get out of our dependence on oil.

2.) Get a dictator that can overhaul the constitution, abolish the National Assembly, summarily execute looters independent of the judiciary regardless of tribe or religion, and then transfer their wealths into national treasury to finance capital projects and meaningful infrastructures. Also arrest all the ethnic champions shouting secession for Oodua, Biafra, Niger Delta, et al for treason and hang all of them.

3.) Re-enact Arab Spring in Nigeria to change the government, constitution and the current political structures. Then through a referendum, fragment this entity call Nigeria and allow each ethnic nationality to become an independent sovereignty. That way the inter-tribal jingoism, hate baiting, mutual suspicion and paranoia can be redirected.

– Raphymoj Omo-Ajuwara’s wall

To me I stand with the second option. I’ve re-iterated this severally and even wrote it on my articles on Revolution and published it in my book on Revolution.

Nigeria needs a Good Revolution, National Restructuring, National Reconstruction and a National Re-Orientation of positive values. Much explanation is in my previous articles and book, so I won’t repeat myself again. We can compare this with what happened in Ghana under Rawlings, Malaysia under Lee Kim Cheung, Rwanda under Paul Kagame, South America under Simon Bolivar, Cuba under The Castro brothers and Ernesto Che Guevara and presently what’s happening in Egypt under retired Field Marshall Sisi.

Or we can wait and be patient and adopt the first option. Surely one day, we’ll get to the promised land. This to me is more realistic than sulking or adopting the disposition of a partisan mediocre and hypocrite. PMB is sincere, but limited by the constitution, years of decadence and internal party politics.

Additional Credits: Raphymoj Omo-Ajuwara


In 1896, Thomas Edison, the great inventor who invented the electric bulb, was working on an idea to design a car when he heard that a young man who worked in his company had created an experimental car. Edison met the young man at his company’s party in New York and interviewed him about the car. He was impressed! He had the same idea as the young man but he was considering electricity as the power source while the young man used gasoline engine to power the car. He slammed his fist down and shouted “young man, that’s the thing! You have it! .. I think you are on to something! I encourage you to continue your pursuits!” With these words of encouragement from the most highly respected inventor in the United States at that time, HENRY FORD, continued his work, invented a car and became wealthy.

On December 9, 1914, Thomas Edison’s laboratory and factory got burnt. He was 67 years old and the damage was too extensive for insurance cover. Before the ashes were cold, Henry Ford handed Edison a cheque of $750,000 with a note saying that Edison could have more if he needed it!

In 1916, Henry Ford relocated his home to the building next to Edison’s home and when Edison couldn’t walk and was confined to a wheelchair by his doctors, Henry Ford also bought a wheelchair in his house so that he could run wheelchair race with his friend and mentor! Thomas Edison made Henry Ford believe in himself and got a friend for life!

LESSON; Don’t ever be jealous of other people’s success. If you can’t win a race, help the person in front of you to break the record! Your candle will not lose its light when it lights up another’s candle!
We are light for others to see, only if we know.
Encourage someone today. It is well with you.


The Naked Truth of Life
*There was a man with four wives. He loved his fourth wife the most and took great care of her and gave her the best.
He also loved his third wife and always wanted to show her off to his friends. However, he always had a fear that she might runaway with some other man.
He loved his second wife too. Whenever he faced some problems, he always turned to his second wife and she would always help him out.
He did not love his first wife though she loved him deeply, was very loyal to him and took great care of him.
One day the man fell very ill and knew that he is going to die soon. He told himself, “I have four wives. I will take one of them along with me when I die to keep me company in my death.”Thus, he asked the fourth wife to die along with him and keep him company. “No way!”she replied and walked away without another word.
He asked his third wife. She said “Life is so good over here. I’m going to remarry when you die”.
He then asked his second wife. She said “I’m Sorry. I can’t help you this time around. At the most I can only accompany you till your grave.”By now his heart sank and he turned cold.
Then a voice called out: “I’ll go with you. I’ll follow you no matter where you go.”
The man looked up and there was his first wife. She was so skinny, almost like she suffered from malnutrition. Greatly grieved, the man said, “I should have taken much better care of you while I could have!”
Actually, we all have four wives in our lives.
a. *The fourth wife is our body.* No matter how much time and effort we lavish in making it look good, it’ll leave us when we die.
b. *The third wife is our possession, status and wealth.* When we die, they go to others.
c. *The second wife is our family and friends.* No matter how close they had been there for us when we’re alive, the furthest they can stay by us is up to the grave.
.d. *The first wife is our soul,* neglected in our pursuit of material wealth and pleasure. It is actually the only thing that follows us wherever we go.
The day was Friday, November 10, 1995! It was a black Friday in Ogoni land and in Nigeria among good men.It took five attempts to hang Ken Saro-Wiwa before the Nigerian writer spoke his last words and his body went limp. “Lord take my soul, but the struggle continues,” were his last words that Friday morning, blindfolded and dangling from a rope. And he died!
“In my innocence of the false charges I face Here, in my utter conviction, I call upon the Ogoni people, the peoples of the Niger delta, and the oppressed ethnic minorities of Nigeria to stand up now and fight fearlessly and peacefully for their rights. History is on their side. God is on their side.
For the Holy Quran says in Sura 42, verse 41: ‘All those that fight when oppressed incur no guilt, but Allah shall punish the oppressor’.
The day cometh.” Kenule Beeson Saro-Wiwa, looking into the two eyes of Justice Auta, sitting on some filthy bench up there, wielding the transient powers of life and death, uttered these prophetic words before being led away from court/tribunal room, into his death by hanging after Justice Ibrahim Auta pronounced him and his Ogoni compatriots guilty as charged, of framed-up charges.
Justice Ibrahim Auta, the judge who was handpicked by the Abacha regime to head the kangaroo tribunal that sentenced renowned environmentalists and minority rights activist Ken Saro-Wiwa and his eight compatriots to death by hanging.
Today is the same Chief Judge of the Federal High Court, who is now facing corruption mess in the hands of the DSS.Justice Adeniyi Ademola of the Federal High Court in Abuja, in whose home over $550,000 was allegedly found during the raid, has reportedly confessed to a deal between him and Justice Ibrahim Auta, the Chief Justice of the Federal High Court of Nigeria, by which $300,000 of the physical cash found in his bedroom was to have been shared between the two men.
The said Justice Adeniyi Ademola of the Federal High Court in Abuja, had reportedly confessed that the bribery for Justice Ibrahim Auta, the Chief Justice of the Federal High Court is that several High Court judges are assigned lucrative cases by the CJ, who then requests them to collect the bribes in dollars and transfer to him physically at home. He revealed that the CJ has received monies from him several times after matching him with high profile cases that are then settled in favor of the highest bidders.
Now it is clear that Saro Wiwa’s death sentence was a product of corruption in the judiciary. Meaning that without corrupt judges, Saro Wiwa and many more would still have been alive today.
Ah! We must kill this monster, corruption in the bench; it has killed many innocent souls.A corrupt judge is a killer, a murderer, an assassin without bullet; sometimes he murders justice, sometimes he murders men.A great lesson here is that if falsehood has travelled for twenty years, within one day the truth will catch up with it.
Justice Ibrahim Auta after sentencing Saro Wiwa to death has been rising rapidly in his career and he became the Chief Judge of the Federal High Court in Nigeria and now the pandora box split opened.
Evil doer might rise in his evil doing but the day Nemesis arrives his doorstep, his fall shall be concluded speedily!Saro Wiwa rests in peace today but his killers shall not, never find peace!
It’s justice time for the unjust Justices and the nemesis has just arrived Nigeria!
One of the reasons Aliko Dangote is blessed.
I’ve heard about this story many times from different sources. It hasn’t been refuted by any source so it’s most likely an event that happened and was reported. It’s about Africa’s richest man and the richest Black man on earth – Aliko Dangote. He’s rated by Forbes consistently in the past few years to be among the 50 wealthiest men on earth.
Aliko Dangote was born into a wealthy family in Kano. He got his first degree in Cairo, Egypt. He had always loved trading , and reports say he hawked sweets even as a primary school child , even though his family was wealthy.
Dangote is really a very humble person even by the confessions of people who have interacted with him.But Dangote is not the only hardworking Nigerian. He is not the only humble person around . He is probably not the most business savvy in Africa. But he is certainly the richest Blackman in the world . His companies employ over 11 , 000 people directly – not to mention , distributors, contractors and other vendors who depend on his businesses to thrive .
Dangote is a blessing to humanity.There is no family in Nigeria today that does not have a Dangote product in their home. If it is not sugar, then it is salt or the house you are living in was built with a Dangote Cement . Everyone has something to do with his business , so like Job he earns a little off everyone and that is the way to get wealthy.Dangote is the 23 rd richest person in the world and is said to be the second most powerful African alive .
The question is how did Dangote attain such a height ? Yes, you can’ t take away his hard work and business acumen, but that is only the starting point. The answer will not be found in the Forbes Magazine or on Wikipedia. The answer is in the verse of scripture quoted above : If you are willing and obedient you will eat the good of the land .
Sometime in the early 90 s Dangote had an encounter that set his foot on the path of destiny. Archbishop Benson Idahosa had some guests who needed to travel back urgently from Benin to Lagos to catch up their flight to the US . Unfortunately by the time the Archbishop took his guests to the airport they were told that the last flight for the day was overbooked and not a single seat was available. As a matter of fact , the passengers have boarded and were about to take off.
Idahosa asked for the plane to be delayed a few minutes and walked to the tarmac where he was allowed to address the passengers. He pleaded with them about the desperate situation of his guests and asked that two persons should donate their seats for his guests to get to Lagos .Everyone in that plane was a Christian . Not one of them batted an eyelid. Some pretended to be asleep, some pretended to be praying and the man of God stood waiting .
From the back of the plane , a young man asked the person sitting next to him to get up and together they vacated their seat for the American visitors. Idahosa stopped him in the aisle of the plane and asked , “ Youngman , what is your name and what do you do ?”
“ My name is Dangote , Aliko Dangote and this is my assistant . I am a trader, a businessman .”It was there and then, that Papa Idahosa prophesied to him that “ the World will get up for you”. He prayed that God should take his business beyond Africa and bless him beyond measure .
Today God has answered that prayer . God destined that blessing for someone seated in that plane that evening. But there was a condition attached to it – Isa 1 :19 If you will only let me help you, if you will only obey , then I will make you rich! Dangote ’ s wealth today was not meant for a Christian businessman who was too proud, too fixated in his mind to offer the “flamboyant man of God”, the “prosperity preacher” his seat .
My question is, if you were there on that plane , would you have taken the blessing? Remember your actions today affect things that happen in your future.

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