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Architect, Author and Teacher. CEO Apostolic Vision International and Principal at Time Subsidiaries (Project Managers)


This is a minimum demand for all office seekers in 2019. As a first call in my promise to list minimum demands for leaders seeking elective offices in 2019, I call for the activation of section 16 of our constitution, a section which has remained in the cooler from the commencement of the 1999 constitution.

I am determined to ensure that I shout this out to Nigerians to insist on their rights under our laws. This provision is a part of the fundamental OBLIGATION of government, not the one they have concentrated on for long.

Revenue allocation in this country should start with Section 16 (2) (c and d) before attending to Sections 84 and 124. Section 16 deals will revenue to “all citizen”. Let it be known that we have a constitutional roles as citizens to ensure that our laws are respected. Section 84 and 124 deals with less than 20% of Nigerians, embracing our leaders civil servants and their hangers on.

At least it is said, “first thing first”, and “first come, first served”: Section 16 comes first before section 84 and 124. And it is roguery to totally abandon a fundamental principle and obligation of government to concentrate on sharing the bread of sorrow.

To this effect, 30% of our annual national budget should be dedicated to vacating Section 16 of the constitution because it deals with revenue allocation to “all citizens”.

This is a fundamental demand. We must call our leaders to respect section 16 of our constitution and stop being selfish and bloodsuckers.

The beneficiaries of section 84 and 124 can have the rest 70% for themselves. If the like they build roads, hospitals, schools and provide the fundamental needs of good governance to the people.

After all, I provide my water, power, healthcare and education for my children and I need a touch from governance.

We are tired of having an N18,000 minimum monthly wage, while some Nigerians take home N13m monthly. We can no longer accept this stupidity from nonentities.

As political campaign starts soon, let this demand be the first call for politicians who seek office in 2019. We will only elect a lawmaker who would insist that the Revenue Mobilization, Allocation and Fiscal Commission vacates section 16 of our constitution meant for all Nigerians before servicing Section 84 and 124, which deals with less than 20% of Nigerians.

This should be our first demand. I will progressively continue with other demands to put before us during the political campaigns.

We must free ourselves from the shackles of slavery, and prevent money politics and political violence by beating our politicians up when they refuse to listen to bus during the campaigns.

They are to listen to our demands and not tell us lies any longer. God will punish any labour leader who asks for any increase in minimum wage when they should he asking for reasonable gap in wage differences.

There are over 80% of Nigerians out there who do not know what a minimum wage is, and each wage increase to thieves and prostitutes makes market indices unbearable for the over 80% of Nigerians who are “not entitled” to minimum wage. This must change. NLC and TUC should take note.

Help us God

Ini A Morgan




A belated Sunday Homily for your encouragement:

I was in the crowd that watched a magical performance while still in Elementary school and I did this on my way from school one afternoon – so many things happen on street corners and open spaces in our urban centres.

The Muchian Dan’Auta Roundabout in Sabon Gari Zaria in Kaduna State, Nigeria was on my way to school. This magician, who decided to use the space by the transformer, took a bowl, took enough sand to fill the bowl, put some stones on them, he covered it with a white scarf, waved his magic wand over it and spoke strange things.

My mother had warned me about been distracted by anything on my way to school. But lately I have discovered how the Almighty has led me this far, using my yesterday to explain my today and leaving an assurance of a sure tomorrow for me, because I can look back and see myself in the palm of his hand. The footprints on my path in life are God’s.

So, I stopped by on the way that day and got distracted to watch that magical show, which event has brought up a picture to help me explain Truth today: on pulling the white scarf off the bowl, believe me brothers and sisters, here was some sumptuously looking cooked white rice, with stew over it and some balls of meat accompanying. The magician called out to whoever would eat the food he “cooked” from sand.

No one dared volunteer to eat, even when he assured everyone that it was edible. As appetizing as that food looked, no one dared to eat of it. So I pulled back from the crowd after some time, filled with awe, and left the place on my way home. I was likely 8 years old.

Today, I am reminded of a similar picture in the devil’s “Temptation” story, where asked Jesus to “turn stones into bread”. Jesus refused to turn stones into bread, even when it was in his power to so do. It was in the power of Jesus to ask and receive everything, whatsoever he requested of his father.

But one who personifies wisdom and understanding must ensure a blameless judgment when his justifications are judged. So Jesus refused to turn stones to bread even in the face of the painful hunger he suffered and in the face of the certain release he enjoyed from fellowship with his father: angels ministering to him.

It was after his mission fellowship with God was over, and he has received his mandate to wipe out sin and death that the devil came to tempt Jesus, seeking accusations against him. Noteworthy is the fact that the first Adam learned from God in a lush fruits filled garden but the Last Adam learned from God in a howling and desolate wilderness. Sometimes we must learn from the eagle:The devil came to Jesus when he was already at liberty to refresh himself. He comes at auspicious times always. Wisdom is justified of her children.

On New Year day of 2012, shortly before the “Arab Spring” began, the fireworks over America that new year morning was described by a CNN presenter as “America ‘turning the night into day'”. I quickly responded “behind the American day lies the “True Night” that cannot be subdued by temporary lights. Every justification in life must be judged according to its origin. This is why the abundance of our heart is judged well by the words of our mouth.

Our magician turned sand into rice but nobody ate his supply because, though he brought rice to be, the origin of the supply was sand, not rice grains. Jesus, again, though able to turn “stones into bread”, refused to do so because though he could draw bread from doing so, the origin of the bread will and can never be flour but stone – the origin of bread is flour: Jesus thoughtfully refused to use divine ability to produce magic. He refused to be a magician.

Man is given to grow, multiply, increase, dominate, rule and bring “kinds” to bear after their kind. And so when there was a need to multiply bread and bring to bear fishes after their kind, Jesus did not need to be instructed by the devil. He took 5 loaves of bread and 2 fishes, raised them up to God, without a “white scarf” over them and nor a “magic wand”, neither did he need to speak a strange tongue.

Jesus thanked God for the supplies and for hearing him always: many were fed, they and ate to their fills, leaving an indication of his sufficiency in God. 12 baskets were filled up with left lovers according to the tribes of Israel, symbolizing the supply of “the children’s bread”, as demonstrated in the supply of manna in the Sinai Peninsula.

So between magic and miracle, there will always be the difference of the “multiplying of kinds”. While it is impossible to multiply kinds in magic, the multiplication of kinds is what Christians call miracle. Healing is from multiplication of grace, prosperity is from the multiplication of supplies, procreation is from the multiplication of life. Life begets life, and this is why stones cannot be bread: our justifications in life MUST BE ORIGINATED.

Thank you and Shalom!

Ini A Morgan


I have said my own ooo!

Let’s start now, as a people, to gather “heaps of stones” at political “campaign grounds”, or go to the grounds with bags full of ” stones”, and await the political “campaign tours” of this present crop of politicians. It is time to question our politicians on their achievements, their obscene and offensive spendings (the Naira is our national property) and make them tremble before us.

This is time to seize the opportunity thrown at us by the constitutional obligation placed on our politicians to meet us one-on-one at “political campaigns”, as that is the only time they make themselves available: this is our moment to take back our national dignity as a people and begin a righteous advance as a nation.

I will not refer to the lessons of the 2012 “Arab Spring” in some part of North Africa and the Middle East. It is too soon to forget that the people pursued Ghaddafi until they killed him. They pursued Mubarak until they made him face justice on a stretcher. Its cheap to task recent history. Lets consider the rare:

Let us learn from the Jews: no one takes the Jew for granted without paying the price: they are more spontaneous to violence than the Arabs in matters of their personal and collective dignity – they will allow you gather them together, and then they judge you instantly if they have to do so.

The Jewish authority, in terms of violence, rests with the people. They take it violently all the time. And truly, scripturally too, there are violent people (specialists in mental and spiritual violence) we must force to “release” Nigerians “by force”. Now understand the times like the “sons of Issachar”. I follow Jesus Christ too.

I swear no court can judge this matter, no case file can stand, except against me who advocates this and I am ready to lay down my life to advocate Nigeria’s redemption and release: I have “balls” like Asari Dokubo, Tompolo, Nnamdi Kanu and Abubakar Shekau, but while these brothers believe in raising their army against injustice, I volunteer to raise Nigerians to confront “the real enemies”.

Asari and Tompolo had problems with our oil pipes lines and expatriates, in order to feed their followers. They got “amnesty” for it. Kanu had problems with producing a radio program to reach his own but later enjoyed government patronage and ethnic “worship”. Shekau is just an unlearned rascal, he rejected “amnesty” but keeps having problem with common people. I want nothing but for Nigerians to “open their eyes.”

Its time to face those who caused these notorious brothers to be rebellious against the rest of us. Come to think of it well, they are the same people that unleashed these men on us. “Nigerians unite, unite so we can build our country…”: may your soul find rest Sonny Okusun.

Clearly, this is how we can redeem our country – by chasing “all those crazy Baldheads…” And mark this well, no redemption comes without “blood letting or shedding”. We must stop joking with our collective destinies. It is a serious business. If church leaders advocate “arming self to protection self” against “Islamic invasion”, then I am advocating better by pointing to the actual culprits who use religion to “divide and rule” us and call for them to be punished.

Blood is shed everyday in Nigeria and everywhere around us, but it is the “wrong blood” that is shed, and so they are “wasted”. For how long shall we continue to allow the innocent die when those who should die are keeping us in chains? We have before us the “blood” needed for our national redemption: these sets of politicians are our “rams for the slaughter”.

Their ” blood” would do the magic and get us out of our national shit hole. If I am ready to die as a divine contribution to making Nigeria great again: I drilled my own water, I generate my own electricity through fuel scarcities, I am encumbered by the health and education of my children, I farm to feed; if I do these things and I am ready to put my life on the line like Asari, Tompolo, Kanu and Shekau did, I think every politician in Nigeria should be prepared to die for Nigeria. They have “eaten” enough to prepare them to “die”.

Leave the Jews for now, let’s come back to Africa: case study – Ghana. Until “oppressors” are summarily executed before the people, the people perish. This is between choosing the duty of a citizen or the shackles of slavery.

Let’s raise a NGO for political “stone gathering” at “campaign grounds” or we sew “stone bags”, and when we are “gathered unto them” as a people, I tell you brothers and sisters, even their body guards will join us to pick “stones” against them for our national release, when they see the heat our advance publishes.

I have set before you Nigerians this day “the Jews” and “the Ghanians”: choose you this day which lesson you would adopt, it time to be one of two statuses: a citizen or a slave. I am ready for the “handcuffs” or the “noose” if my passion for an egalitarian, virile, prosperous, self sustaining and an internationally respected nation is criminal. We won’t get there with these sets of very “arrogant”, self seeking politicians parading before us as “leaders”.

This should be read out aloud in both chambers of the national assembly, if anyone reading this cares to speed up the gift of my life for Nigeria. If they are afraid to die, let them make a law for the ” just” to die and they can pray hard to “inherit the earth”. Some have or will read this. I am not telling a lie please. The wrong blood is shed everywhere and we are getting nowhere. I don’t mind if my own blood is tried if it will help…I don’t care again. But let our politicians all prepare to “die” on “campaign grounds” when our laws brings them before us.

I will dedicate a post to list the minimum demands Nigerians will ask from whoever will come out to preach nonsense to us in 2019. Its time to question them on their manifestoes and ask how they intend to achieve them. We will remain fools if they just talk to us, we clap, we shout, we get wounded and we die, just because there is N2000 to collect, it is most pitiable…we will remain unborn. Pray we do not “exodus” into Ghana some day like they “exodused” into Nigeria between the late 70s and the early 80s. It will not be in my life time.

We are an international apology, a national disgrace and a divine mistake. Lets take our faith in our hands and end this national rape, like the Jews would, and like Ghanaians did. It will soon be “campaign” season, and we now know what to do. Some people must give way for Nigeria to move on. So Shehu Sani, for “enjoying” monies you are not told what it should be used for makes it “blood money” – you are guilty for our deaths in Nigeria.

So many Nigerians have died because Section 16 Subsection 2 (a to d) is not applied to our national life, as stipulated in our constitution on revenue sharing in this country. This is why there is the excess revenue they pilfer and share out without clear instructions on what they are meant for.

“You see how we know dunces?”

It is sad when your leaders are dunces. In 2015, the 7th Assembly approved guidelines for the 2015 elections but “sleepfully forgot” to amend the Electoral Law to recognized it. This made the 2015 elections a bunch of “lawless” elections – such that produced Udom Emmanuel, Nyesom Wike and Ifeanyi Okowa.

God bless Nigerian

Ini A Morgan




Scripture describes and consigns the earth to the word “beneath”. When Satan was evicted from the presence of God, he was said to be “thrown down from heaven”, and we know how it was just “the heaven and the earth” that God brought to be “in the beginning” and how it means Satan was thrown down from heaven to the earth.

In the 23rd Psalms, David expressed a revelation such as suggest his mortal living as a “walk through the ‘valley’ of the shadow of death”. A valley is a highly edged in thorough way, and the human valley is cast on with ” the shadow of death”: this is the picture of our path on our journey through mortal life.

Like it is said that “there is no smoke without the fire causing it”, so is it also a true saying that there is no shadow without the body casting it. So if the shadow is that of “death”, it means death overshadows every human being. Yet David said he will “walk through” without fearing “any evil”. His eyes can see the shadow but he will not fear to die because God’s rod (discipline) and staff (guidance) “comforts” him.

It is for this reason that God removes us to the “mountain” (over the valley) when he “finds” the heart of worship and removes us into the wilderness (a plain land) when needs to fast tract our travel delineations.

I have never seized telling of how I cheated death 5 times in my life and I can show them clearly how his “staff” redirected my path and I looked back a few minutes after and found people dead at the points I just left. In my lifetime, I have passed through times when I try to appreciate death. I don’t think anyone should fear death. It is a vehicle man introduced into his life because he could not stand the wisdom of God.

In 1976, I returned from Daura on holiday from my first term in Secondary School to the news of the death of a girl I use to play with at home, whose mother was my mother’s sewing apprentice. It was the first that came close to me and all I knew then was her unavailability. I kept asking where did she go to? In 1977, in my second year in Daura, there was the outbreak of meningitis and I lost a classmate. My concerns were furthered because these deaths brought so much awe to me. I kept asking myself “what is death…how is death?”

A true search for knowledge, at any given time, will always be fed sumptuously from the source of the knowledge sought. This is a true saying: that no search for knowledge returns barren. Chapter 2 of Genesis has its 9th verse tell of “trees” planted that are “pleasant to the eyes…and good for food”. The 6th verse of the 3rd chapter of Genesis has something similar, but having an addition which implies an excess arrogantly drawn from permitted divine allocation.

I don’t know how Eve got the instruction about “the ‘fruits of the tree’ in the midst of the garden” when the instruction Adam received was not to eat of “the tree of knowledge of good and evil”. If Eve had wanted to eat of the trees that were “pleasant to the eyes”, they were available, without her having to sin, and if she desired the trees that were ” good for food”, they were available without having to sin. Nevertheless, we must not lose sight of the fact that beyond being “pleasant to the eyes and good for food”, the “tree” Eve took from enabled an unlearned “wisdom”, now known and called the ” wisdom of man”, a contradiction to the wisdom of God; a failed wisdom.

Man was made a learning creature (Genesis 2:19): in that scripture the Lord God made animals and brought them to Adam “TO SEE” what names he would call them. The phrase “to see” indicate “assessment”, agree with the truth that before God brought animals to be named, Adam had learned a language and can talk literately. Adam had a teacher from whom he learned and from which learning he taught Eve and ordered earthly creation, but Eve accepted another teacher.

The first demonstration of Adam’s new found wisdom in his new found learning, which his wife desired for both of them, and which he willingly accepted, was to run away from God when he came for fellowship with him. This is the “dynamics of death”: that a “spirit filled man should run away from a living God”. It shows the man hates life, and death is the absence of life.

God is by nature “omniscient”, he did start being so after Adam ran from him: he has always been all knowing but God would not attribute to man what man has not attributed to himself. This is why he gave man his ” freewill”. “As a man thinks in his heart, so he is”. So, that Adam, you would usually sit at the feet of God taking administrative instructions to run the earth, ran from God, testifies to a change in his “consciousness”.

It was at this time man first began to feel the “pull of gravity” and the urge for descent, a loving of the “grave”. God knew that Adam had acquired a new wisdom and an altered consciousness. He had no problems being naked but now it was a terrible distraction for him. Until Adam ran from God, he was always in “fellowship with God”, but after the fall, fellowship with God became a matter of “worship” for the fallen man. God demanded worship from then on because no one cannot fellowship with an unseen person.

Man had death overcasting over him when God became unseen to him. Therefore sin and death became man’s companion and hence the enemies of God (1 Corinthians 15:25-26). Sin is a “willing and deliberate separation from God”, the source of life, it is what causes death. God knew Adam had acquired a new consciousness but he still came to him: a holy God who is said not to behold sin, approached Adam and Even in their disobedience. But when they “heard” him approaching they “hid” themselves. Hiding and running away from God is sin, not “wrongdoings”.

Yes! Wrongdoing is not sin: God approached Adam in his disobedience, meaning he had a chance to info what he did, but he lost the opportunity to be corrected when he ran away. Sin is a “personally acknowledged separation” from him. Until a man can come again into fellowship with the Holy Spirit, death is made unconditional for him any time, anyhow and however.

What happened?

All natural laws set itself against man, making his life laborious. The first struggle of a new born is against the force of gravity, as he is suspended upside down to indicate he has life in him. This was no so from the beginning. This is why it takes faith to break the bond of sin and death, and faith is the ability to hear God’s word speak to your hear: “faith comes by hearing, and ‘hearing by the word of God'”.

From the book “The Mystery of Death” by Ini A Morgan

Next time we shall look at “How And What Brought Death”.

God bless you as you enjoy a very swell Sunday.




Eternal life is the sustained consciousness of living the life of God and this life is celestial. It is possible to live the celestial life physically, mentally or spiritually, each, and together forever. It can happen even in our present life time or after (John 11:25-26). Death is therefore the vehicle for conveying those who could not sustain the fellowship of the celestial life in their lives physically and mentally while in this life. And sure, the day of one’s death is better than the day of one’s birth. This makes it possible for the continuous “strive to enter in by the strait gate into life”. This is the way we (humans) have wired our world.

There are two types of bodies: terrestrial (earthly) and celestial (heavenly), humans are terrestrial beings living on earth. By the appointment of the almighty God, we are terrestrial beings with access to celestial fellowship through our minds and hearts. This is what distinguishes man from other created tendencies: it is what makes a man to possess features in the likeness of the almighty God, if this can be understood thus.

Every knowledge begins with the “basics”, like our academic systems begin with our understanding alphabets and symbols related to the language and classics of the knowledge we seek, many of which we now take for granted. Every learning has it elements. For a mortal man to understand the knowledge of God, he must receive it fundamentally as would a child learning the basics and the elements.

This is the reason a mortal man must first be “born again” to find the capacity to “enter into the kingdom of God”. Being born again is a process that ensures the renewing of a man’s mind (the “truth” he habits) and his heart (the “spirit” he believes). This is in order to sow God’s truth and spirit in the man’s mind and heart. Growing in these leads to “Eternal Life”. I pray daily that I may find the grace and mercies to keep on keeping on.

According to Apostle Paul, “the dead in Christ shall rise first…and they who live and remain shall be caught up to be with the Lord in the air”. This means that when a man dies in Christ, he is transported first into the air, and they who live believing Christ shall be enraptured to join up with them, and since rapture is an event, men who are raptured are spiritually enraptured: meaning a conscious lifting up to be with the lord bodily.

Men get enraptured consistently like it happened to Enoch and Elijah, and so many dead in Christ have risen and are situated in the “blossom of Abraham”. God has never stopped his moves in all creation at any time: however, he is at rest according to scripture, but like an investor whose money works for him, God’s investments in creation are at work constantly for him.

So up there, there are celestial bodies (of those who died in Christ) and there are bodies-celestial (of those who are spiritually enraptured). It is wrong to locate these happening to a certain period when all earth were all stand still and there are confusions everywhere. Our God is a God of order and orderliness. No matter the distraction of man, God is Constant. His ways are sure and infallible.

There are records showing humans who were taken out of this world bodily, and yes you can commence your next divine assignment before the second death, even from where you are right now: the consciousness of man is shared in two, bodily – the physical consciousness and the mental consciousness, and both submit information attending to spiritual consciousness (information attending to the presence, or not, of the Holy Spirit in a human life). This is why eternal life is knowledge in itself (John 17:3).

Why should a mortal man possessing the spirit of an unending life yet die?

This is not the problem if he believed and strove to abide in faith. A believer gets to the “shore” of life in Christ after all, what matters at the shore depends on the desire of each man to “drink” from the “waters of life”, and importantly, what “depth” we are content with while inside the “rivers of life”. It is possible to drown in the ” Rivera of life” and “drink in” so much life to be translated into celestial living.

It is possible to be scared to enter into the river, it is possible to be content with been “ankle” deep, or “knee” deep, or “waist” deep, or “neck” deep or even “drown”. It depends on individual contentment with the “waters of life”. It is possible not to die. It is possible for your human body not to suffer corruption. No one on earth has been able to locate the burial place of Moses, meaning his bones have not been located up till now. So, it really does not matter whether we are alive or dead, because, either way, we are Christ’s.

But something is the matter.

I was on my farm working. I did not know that I stepped on the gathering of biting ants and I was stung by some, painfully though but the incident raised a concern in my heart, and I said quietly in my heart “God, did you really create these ants”, and he answered ” no!”, I only permitted it to be, but it is a product of human degradation of his environment. They are by reason of the “dead”. They exist because the flesh dies and the spirit wanders desiring a body.

Our earth was polluted when death was introduced by the disobedience of man. The Lord God killed the first flesh to make skins to cover Adam’s nakedness. Then a man killed his brother, and so did the “body of matter” contribute to the pollution of the earth by its decomposition and the generation of biogenetics in our environments led to the existence of mosquitoes – they constantly die and get translated until they are no more. We will discuss this in another chapter of this book, on “the dynamics of death”.

When God sentenced the woman to birth labour and the man to hard labour, he meant so many things. “Thistles and thorns” came into space and time, and sincerely, when ants bit me, in my ancestral farm, I was persuaded that they were vexatious spirits of dead sinful ancestors striving continuously in wickedness, struggling to find relevance, because he died without Christ and lacked the knowledge of regeneration.

So what happens to those who die without Christ?

So while the dead in Christ finds space in joining the lord in the air, the spirit of the unbeliever is redressed with typical terrestrial clothing as God deems fit according to his testaments in life (1 Corinthians 15:34-39). How did I come about this? Scripture has it that Nebuchadnezzar, the Emperor of “Babylon” was for a season “enraptured” into a “beast”, still possessing the “sensibilities of man”: this is a testation that just like human beings can be transported into the celestial without corrupting the body, it is also certain that men are also translated into conscious less animals with human sensibilities even in death.

In this I sympathize with Charles Darwin’s because he put his “cart” before his “horse”. The theory of Evolution can only find reasonable space in explaining the circumstance of an unrighteous man after he dies, not as a circumstance leading to his generation as he suggested.

An unrighteous man evolves by degenerating from being a man of divine capacity to being a creation of depraved capacity. Do not be surprise if you are a sinner, to find that after you die, you are translated into a biting ant, living on farmlands, or a mosquito breeding in mud water, and still possessing the sensibilities of man, until an appointed time.

From the book “The Mystery of Death” by Ini A Morgan

Altar Call:

Confess Jesus Christ as your lord and saviour, believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead to save you from your sins. Ask him to indwell you by his Spirit, teach you his ways and help you with grace and faith. Thank God for your new life in Christ. Amen

You are born again and you are now on the shore of life: move to the waters and drink from the rivers of life.


Absolutely no common grounds for any competition. The faith of Abraham was personal to him and so is every faith. Mine is unique and only God can witness this in the unseen and only I can tell the experience. So no man can validate me before God. My principal in school, Ahmed Mohammed Bawa, would pray “Father, I thank you for knowing me better than I know myself, and for letting me know myself better than others know me. He is a Muslim who left a mark in my life. I first met him when he stood at the hind window of my class and called from behind me “Ini Morgan, stop the noisemaking”. No one knew he had sneaked around during night prep. I am still noise making…now so much more! Two things inform my decision to write this article this morning: one is the video I watched of a Muslim scholar questioning Jesus Christ’s “begotten” nature with God, and I had a simple answer for him but I held it back awaiting a good “day” for it after realizing my reply would not get to him but to the one who sent me the message. So I kept it for everybody “concerned”, and that “day” came a few minutes ago when I got a response to a Bishop’s article comparing relative issues between Islam and Christianity. Its a pity, though, that Islam has not claim in anyway to be a religion that teaches about “Spirits” and I appreciate this before anything else. In Islam, God is an unquestionable, a no relation “one God” that must be reverenced with fear and a sense of retribution, but Christianity teaches much more about the character of God, calling him a ” Spirit”, he is Love and he readily forgives (as in the Parable of tge Prodigal Son), and though he is known to be “One God”, he is seen to have demonstrated his “spirit nature” on earth in three ways or say, manifestations, exhuming the concept of the “Trinity” for men to doctrinate, which noun is more academic than it adds to godliness. To Muslims, this teaching is ridiculous and it is because they have not yet worn the shoes I wear. That you cannot accept a matter does not make it ridiculous, get to wear the knower’s shoes first. God is a Spirit, and no man who believes he is “one God” would disbelieve this. Permit my using myself in this context please. I will not say what other “Christians wear” because I do not know what anyone who calls himself a Christian wears, and so I refer to myself, now, not as a Christian but, as one living experientially in the teachings of Jesus, who Christians claim they follow. Nevertheless, in my social, academic, professional and cultural interactions, in order to be geographically, and socially categorized, I am classified as a Christian, which means I am “Christ-like”. I am more Christ-like than I am a “Christian”, because of two thing: Christianity is not a name that came from within – only a father can name his child, otherwise he is a bastard (no wonder what we see the claims to Christianity accommodating bastards prowling all over the place) and secondly, I am angst by the present materialism in and of Christianity. I feel very safe the way I have accepted myself. I am one man that will not blame any man for deceiving me. I will blame no man on earth for the obtusing of my spirituality. So the other day a Muslim scholar, in his disbelieve that God begot Jesus the Christ insinuated that God could not have begotten Jesus: he clearly does not wear the shoes I wear and so he cannot understand why I have believed that Jesus is “the only begotten Son of God”, and I am here, unlike other “Christians”, to throw and shed light on that disbelieve, drawing my answer from my experience as Christ on earth on this matter truthfully: the life I live on earth, its no life longer I thatvlives, but Christ in me, lives my life. Its impossible for the natural mindset to understand this. I am pushed this far from my reading of a write up from a converted Catholic priest who chose Islam, responding to the claims of a Bishop on the issue of his conversion. For me, anybody can be whatsoever he wants to be, because the “call” of Jesus is to “whosoever will”. Issues like having so many people all over the world bearing “Mohammed” as a name and very few bear Jesus is creche-driven: very immature and a still birth in spirituality. I will never argue with a Muslim on the immaterial and material because this is all about the one God, and he, in himself is neither material nor immaterial; and until the Muslim understands God’s spirituality, I would not think that he possesses the competence to understand me. It is like asking a nursery school pupil to solve an integration problem in calculus. It is beyond him. So much of the material and earthly in such arguments that I cannot waste my time on them…like to say Muslims pray 5 times everyday and Christians pray once in a week (yes! those Christians are not better than Muslims) and for me numbers does not vount with God, but a pliable heart. But the insinuasion of Chrisyian praying once a week is a terrible assumption – I have a God who hears and sees me in the darkest of darkness, and in the thickest of the thickness of noises, and I wonder why the converted priest did not understand that God “seeks” those who would worship him in to do so in “Spirit and Truth”, even in “secret chambers”, away from prying eyes. Yes we see Muslims pray 5 times…so what? I met some who don’t even remember to pray. No one MUST see me pray if God can. It is to him I pray. It is not the argument of the converted priest and his Bishop that is my worry here, though it ignited this article. I am here to show how God begat Jesus. It started from his covanant with Abraham when he made him the ” father of the faithfuls”. On this point, both Christians and Muslim agree, but the sharp difference here came on the notion of who the “son of Promise” is – here comes legitimacy and illegitimacy as allowed in religious practices – God is not illegitimate and so would not build the future of a holy faith on illegimacy. He is not just one God, he iscalso a Holy God.. At this point, what I cannot tell is if the biological lineage of Prophet Mohammed PBUH can be traced to Abraham progeny. That of Jesus was kept and traced according to scriptures, and scripture shows how he was born according to the Law that represented Christ from Moses, and according to the precedence of the substitution of Abraham’s “son” with “a ram” upon the Mount of Moriah, which demonstrated the deliverance of “the sinful man”, to await the body of a “sinless man”, before the earthly incarnation of Jesus as a living man. Was he not begotten and he came in flesh and blood? Then who begot him? I wish that man can answer me. This is what Muslims will find impossible to digest, they must receive the things of God as “little children” because spritual things that are of God are hidden from the “wise and prudent” but revealed to “babes and suckling”. Robert Nesta Marley was not a Christian, yet he sang this truth in one of his songs (Pimpers Paradise). I received what I know as a suckling and today I share it with the authority that is beyond that of human. Any man on earth who appears in ” flesh and blood” is “begotten”, somehow, anyhow and everyhow. A living man cannot be unless he is begotten: meaning it takes another man to produce a man – this is how far a Muslim’s intelligence can carry him, materialistically. Now, even Muslims believe that Jesus was conceived and delivered into this world without the input of a man. Muslims also, do believe the miraculous birth of Jesus. So if every living man is begotten somehow, anyhow and everyhow, then it means even Jesus was begotten. He came by the express will of the Almighty God, and Muslims believe this too. A man is begotten of his father because his being is from the sexual interaction between his father and hismother. God made this so in divine wisdom. Jesus, according to Scripture came as “the word of God”, and if God cannot convert his “words” into human spermatozoa to fertilize Mary’s egg to produce a “sinless man”, then testube-doctors are advancing better than him: this is the thinking of that Muslim scholar, because he should find it easier to believe the impossibility of fertilizing a woman’s egg with a man’s spermatozoa outside of the woman’s womb. And what do Muslims believe God created the earth with, including spermatozoa…do they believe it was with his words? It depends on what they believe. And if they believe that God created the earth and heavens, and everything in them, with his words, why question the power of God to “become a man”? My question should answer for how Jesus the Christ is ” begotten of God”. It is simple spiritual science, not taught in earthly schools: the work of the Holy Spirit is to help, teach, comfort, show and reveal what belongs to the “word of God” to us, and this is what Muslims need, to be in “oneness with God – the Holy Spirit. I live in this experience, not as the nominal Christian does, but as a believer in the life, works and the walk of Jesus and one who would always ask, in whatever he does: ” what would Jesus do?” God bless you all. Ini A Morgan 4/03/18


The sequence for elections in Nigeria has already been set by our laws. The Electoral Act has in itself settled and made it clear how the sequence of elections must follow and our 8th National Assembly has not shown good cause as to why they are intending to amend the Electoral Act to provide for the Governorship and State House of Assembly elections to precede the Presidential election. There must be a reason for this intention and it is not far from the pecuniary.

There is a reason why the amendment of our laws are intended by our lawmakers. What is it about the incumbent governors that our 8th National Assembly is attempting to personally protect over and above the desire of President Buhari for a reelection? In Nigeria when a thing like this happens suddenly bringing about a legislators’ crisis in any of the chambers, as we are now noticing, it means huge amount of cash has changed hands.

As it concerns the governors seeking reelections, a Nyesom Wike can take up the office of the Dean of the College of Governors seeking reelections, by helping with a design from strange things which money and more money can buy. Of course our lawmakers are buyable commodities in stock in our political marketplace.

Elections sequences is not my concern here and I need my readers to take note of the fact that I am not bothered by the sequence of elections: it is the voters that matter here. My concern is rather on how insensitive our lawmakers are: they prefer making laws to provide for personalized frivolities in the face of serious work needed to correct many life threatening leakages, contradictions and anomalies in our constitution.

And I think we should take a look at one aspect of our laws that provides for the setting up of a commission to control and apply budgeted disbursements from our federation account equitably to accommodate every Nigerian, as demanded by our constitution.

The Revenue Mobilization, Allocation and Fiscal Commission (RMAFC) was created by our laws to mobilise all revenues due to us, and to fiscally allocate it equitable for the overall benefit of all Nigerians. But what does RMAFC do? I will tell you, but first let’s ask why a provision already existing and applied severally would be changed arbitrarily?

Section 25 Subsection 1 (a to c) of our electoral act provides for the sequence of elections and makes this very clear. What is therefore necessitating the projected amendments in this regard: national interest or personal interest? Let Nigerians be the judge. It is the job of the national assembly to make laws for “the good governance of the people”.

What good governance would elections sequence engender? Are there laws that should be amended in the interest of Nigerians for whom government was empowered by the laws to order, and for which our lawmakers are paid to work, to convert laws to the vehicles that should deliver good democratic dividends and governance to Nigerians? My answer is yes!

Section 16 Subsection 1 and 2 of the Economic Objectives under the Fundamental Obligation of Government provides for the equitable distribution of Nigeria’s wealth to benefit all Nigerians. Provisions are made under this section for wealth distribution and redistribution and particularly, Section 16 Subsection 2 (a to d) makes it explicit how our government should ensure that “wealth is not seen to be concentrated the hands of a few…” but our law makers are all deliberately blind to our collective hunger, disease, and pains, failing to realize the source of the problem being our laws itself, due to their laziness and gluttony.

There is so much for the RMAFC to do if our lawmakers can strengthen and expand the duties and obligations of the Commission to serve Section 16 of the constitution rather than limit the Commission to servicing Sections 84 and 124 of our constitution, providing for just 14% of Nigerians only. What does this limitation engender?

Let us take the 2018 budget estimates as our case in point: recurrent expenditure takes 70% of national revenue provisions for national expenditures, and this is to services only about 14% of our population: to pay their salaries and allowances, fuel their vehicles, feed them, send their wards abroad, pay their transport fares, buy vehicles for them, clothe them, et al, but we do not have libraries and laboratories in our schools, dispensaries in hospitals have been disbanded, agriculture relies on imported consumables.

So many constitutional imbalances and discrepancies. The remaining 30% of the budget is what is left for all 180 million Nigerians, including those who enjoyed the 70% allocation already for themselves. This is criminal brothers and sisters. The balance 30% is left for the provisions for education, healthcare, infrastructures, agriculture, technology, and social insurance. Is this fair that both the “70% for self” and “30% for others” are provisions of our laws made by these self making men and women?

My question then is how important is the amendment to the sequence of elections our lawmakers now seek, instead of rejigging the RMAFC’s mandate to review revenue allocations from our federation account that make them allocate 70% of our revenue allocations to personal and selective consumption instead of national development, and servicing just 14% of the population? This is the picture of how abnormal and unabled our lawmaking apparatuses are, making it burdensome and a drought on Nigerians.

It is madness when an agency of government is created to take care of just 14% of Nigerians at the expense of all Nigerians: we need very sure amendments to these inequalities. The status quo is inadequate, insensitive and so unbalanced. So we do not have lawmakers…who we have are self makers. We must question this unbalance and call out for laws to become vehicles that should convey good and excellent dividends of good governance to every Nigerian doorstep.

I think this is what an APC governed National Assembly should engender if the leadership were not the collection of bloodsucking demons. Hear me out again: there is so much imbalances to deal with in our national fiscal allocation in this country, contravening Section 16 of our constitution . This is a core challenging work and a peoples driven initiative that would make me believe that our law makers allowed school to “pass through them” and can effectively defend their qualifications.

These things are simple to deal with if we had a reading and a literary loving gang of lawmakers. They are all peppersoup and beer drinking demons who care nothing about our collective sufferings.

It is well with us.

Ini A Morgan