"The moment we [Africans] lost our languages was also the moment we lost our bodies, our gold, diamonds, copper, coffee, tea." - Ngugi wa Thiong'o

Tithes Remain The Inheritance Of The Levites In Accordance With Moses Law.

Tithe plainly means tenth. “The tenth part of agricultural produce or personal income set apart as an offering to God or for works of mercy, or the same amount regarded as an obligation or tax for the support of the church, priesthood…” – Dictionary definition.

Incidentally, Jesus was not recorded anywhere in the Bible to have paid tithes, neither did He collect tithes nor condemn tithing. Perhaps, the reason Jesus didn’t collect tithes was because he wasn’t a Levite. And maybe the reason he didn't condemn tithing was because he did not come to abolish the law of Moses - Matthew 5:17.

Then, why do the present day Pastors, who claim to be following the footsteps of Jesus and themselves not Levites, collect tithes?

There are loads of Nnamdi Kanus in Igboland; There will still be another Nnamdi Kanu after this one.

I listened to one of Nnamdi Kanu’s spiteful, but articulate interviews. He posed a question: why don’t we have good roads in Nigeria? He further stated; all it takes to have a good road is simply mixing stones (chippings) with bitumen.

We have bitumen in Nigeria – largest deposits in Ondo state, including bitumen as a petroleum by-product. There are quarries everywhere in Nigeria including at Lokpanta in Abia state, where tones of chippings are produced every hour.

As you can see nothing will be imported to build roads in Nigeria, every material is localised, so why don’t we have roads in Nigeria?

AMADIOHA (Africa’s god of thunder and lightening) has visited bigoted Trump and his America

It was hurricane Harvey, followed by hurricane Irma, and on its way is hurricane Jose, all originating from Atlantic Ocean.

Atlantic Ocean is synonymous with transatlantic slave trade. The route African slaves were shipped to the Americas. We learnt from history that European slave traders threw into Atlantic Ocean those slaves who fell ill, and thus were weak to make the forced journey to the Americas.