Wednesday, 11 March 2015


A few days ago, i Came across an article titled , What Your Pastor Won't Tell You
As a true Nigerian...that likes to know things, i felt the urge inside of me to read up this thing that my pastor will refuse to tell me..and maybe confront him on Sunday.

...i am still thinking of how to confront my pastor on sunday concerning this matter.


Your pastor won't tell you this, mine didn't either. With that being said, contrary to everything you've heard, almost every Nigerian will go to heaven. I dare say that the majority of people in heaven will be Nigerians. Let me give you a background story. Nigeria is a country riddled with violence, insecurity and gra-gra. For anyone to survive in Nigeria, you have to effuse a whole lot of gra-gra. Somebody mistakenly steps on your shoes in public, you have to shout and possibly retaliate. You have to be constantly prepared to exchange words or even fight with the most random stranger. This spirit of gra-gra life is passed down from generation to generation. It's in us and it is even taught in primary schools.

Remember those nursery school songs like 'Nzogbu nzogbu Enyimba' that involved a lot of feet-stamping and air-punching? I still don't know what it means but by the ferocity with which it has to be sung, you are taught early that Nigeria is not a country for songs and rhymes about rhymes and roses. It is a gra-gra nation. (there is a drop of gra-gra in every Nigerian).

Where am I headed with this? Just keep going. Now, if you check your dictionary you'll see that gra-gra is the antonym of the word meek. (You can't find it?). But at least, you've learnt it. A little more research still and it involves the Holy book.

It says in Matt. 5:5 that
"the meek shall inherit the earth.".
Now, I didn't write that but with a little knowledge of antonyms from primary school, we can simply substitute that by saying:
"the gra-gra shall inherit heaven".

If that doesn't convince you and you need further proof, look at verse3.
It says:
'blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.'
Not poor physically, but poor in spirit. No country could have people with poorer spirits than this dear nation, Nigeria. It's even a given what with erratic power supply and bad governance and you complete the rest. It's in the holy book y'all that most of us (fellow Nigerians) will make heaven.
And yes, once more. Your pastor won't tell you this but I did.

 PRESENTED BY:                  Victory Anosike


  1. lmao. this is just something else. i pray say my pastor tell me this one o. lol.
    that means i should not struggle to make heaven since am a Nigerian.

  2. it depends on if you are *in the number* . The article says: *almost* every Nigerian. hehehe!!!

  3. i love your sketchy illustrations. they are black-ink sha. what if you add some graphics to them?

  4. Uuuhhhhmmm!!! We'll see about that... As time goes on.


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