Monday, 5 June 2017

Sunday Sermon: Aiye wa ti b’aje (Part 3)


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Prophet MKO Tibetan....The Nostradamus

NB: This sermon was not posted yesterday (Sunday June 4) due to technical challenges beyond our efforts—Editor
We greet children across the world today (Yesterday Sunday 4) as Celestial Church of Christ celebrates juvenille harvest world-wide. It is a privilege to be a parent and like the Holy Bible pointed out, ‘like an arrow is to the hand of the hunter, that is how a child is to his or her parent’. It simply means that, children are the arrows we need to shoot into the future and build a better life for ourselves.
However, today, the Nigerian child is in greater danger as his future remains bleak. No thanks to bad parenthood birth by a vicious society that care less for things that make life comfortable for the masses. Today, parents in Nigeria are tasked to pay unreasonable sums of money to put their wards in private schools. The private schools—nursery, primary, colleges and private universities give bills that makes many parents become cheque manipulators and fraud experts in their offices, all in the bid to satisfy the educational needs of their kids—Aiye wa b’aje l’oju wa.
I got several calls from concerned Nigerians in Canada, London, America and up to china and from other parts of Europe since we birthed this topic three weeks ago. We appreciate those who took time calling to appreciate the intention of the sermon and for those who shared their feelings with us, we urge you not to have mixed feelings over the purpose of the sermon for mankind. Issues raised in the sermon are as directed by the maker of heaven and earth. My own is to deliver the message and God will take it straight to the heart of men and women alike.
Prophet MKO Tibetan-Aiye Wa baje L'oju wa

In the book of Genesis Chapter 1 verse 31, it said “Then God saw everything that He had made, and indeed it was very good”. It simply means everything God created was good at the beginning, so how did we get to this bad level in Nigeria? How did we get to the level where people wear bombs to blow fellow citizens up? How did we get to the level where people steal and hide monies in grave yards and soak-away? How did we become so evil, so mean, so uncaring, so fraudulent, so self centered and stupid? How did we get to the level where motor garage touts are now richer than university graduates?—Aiye wa ti b’aje loju wa.
Would you take a wrong choice or a good choice?
I thought a singer once sang this song “Bata re a ro koko ka (2ce) ti o ba kawe re Bata re a ro koko ka” (You will wear the best of shoes if you dare to get educated) But today, reverse is the case, thugs and rogues are now the ones calling the shot at the National Assembly. We now have rich thugs holding the jugular of a community over election matters. We now have highly unlettered people commanding more respect in the society than those who have masters and Ph-D—Aiye wa baje l’oju wa.
The Congregation praising the Lord
Why is it so difficult for us to tilt the land in Nigeria?  Farming is one of God’s first investments after the creation of man. In the book of Genesis Chapter 1 verse 11, it says “Then God said, ‘Let the earth bring forth grass, the herbs that yield seed and the fruit tree that yields fruits according to its kind, whose seed is in itself, on the earth and it was so”. In the book of Genesis 4:2, it said “Then she bore again, this time his brother Abel. Now, Abel was a keeper of sheep which is animal husbandry. But Cain was a tiller of the ground”
The Nostradamus on the altar...Food grown from the soil not from Laptop and Computers
Why are we afraid to farm? In America, a bank manager returns home every Friday to his ranch, same thing in Britain, Canada and elsewhere. Everyone has a ranch—either a sheep farm or a produce farm behind his house, but here, we are consumers. We buy our pepper, buy our mangoes, buy our meat, and buy everything from the market when we indeed have portions of arable lands wasting away along the various express roads in the South West.
Today in Lagos, check every street, you will find a Hausa man. They are the ones who sell small scale provisions at the various entrances of our streets. They are the ones who peel mangoes, water melons and other fruits for us to drink at various T-Junctions; even they can even afford to inject anything into those fruits and give us for consumption since we are now too big to farm—Aiye wa baje l’oju wa.
Today, if Hausa’s tomatoes, pepper, Tatashe, Onion and cow meat does not arrive our various public markets in Lagos, we can’t cook soup. We have to wait for beans, rice, yam, potatoes, onion, tomatoes and other ingredients from the north before we can eat. The only thing we are waiting for now is the day when the Hausas will be coming directly into our homes to put the cooked food on our table so that we will now know that they are the ones feeding us—Aiye wa baje l’oju wa.
President Muhammadu Buhari....How can he solved Nigeria's problems?
Many banker in the USA and Britain returns to farming every Friday after office work but here in Nigeria, bankers are pen robbers who use all tricks in the book to steal and loot your money. Till date, many people who died in emergency plane crashes and weren’t lucky to give their wives their ATM pin number or bank accounts, some bankers sat on their monies and forgot heaven took note and will surely pay them back at the appropriate time.  Anybody that tells you he is studying banking and finance, just know that he is set for nothing but to rob other people of their money. Years ago, many Nigerians wanted to become bankers but today, the story has changed. Most bankers are now being sacked and the next thing is they either jump abroad or jumps into churches and become emergency pastors—Aiye won baje l’oju won.
Tinubu, Osinbajo & Wife
What are Buhari, Osinbajo, Tinubu, Saraki, and all of them doing to correct this anomaly? Today in the South West we send our children to school but on getting out of school, they are busy carrying computers around; rice, yam and oranges will never fall from the screen of those computers it is only by tilling the land. Even some of our children don’t even know how yam is grown. They still believe that yam is being plucked from the tree. Why? We have lost our sense of responsibility since we abandoned the land. We don’t want to tilt the land yet we want to eat what comes out of the land—Aiye wa baje l’oju wa.
Speaker Yakubu Dogara
We give kudos to people like Professor Olumide Teweh of the Agricultural Department of University of Ibadan and management of Afe Babalola University in Ekiti State for their passion for Agricultural Development in Nigeria. Not until we learn to tilt the land, we will continue to be hungry and frustrated and eat at the mercy of our Hausa brothers.
Today, our people, instead of going into farming, they want to become politicians. They want to become councilors, local government chairmen, governors and even area boys or NURTW officials instead of tiling the soil—Aiye won ti baje l’oju won
Today, a wheel barrow pusher who knows Tinubu can easily become a councilor in Lagos State. A former girl’s supplier to Obasanjo was later compensated with FRSC before he became aviation minister in Nigeria. This is the level we found ourselves in this country—Aiye wa baje l’oju wa
Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu in the beginning
It was late Gani Fawehinmi’s death that saved Bola Tinubu from prosecution but today, he is the king of Lagos. Tinubu said he graduated from Toronto Canada when he had no degree from University of Toronto. A drug baron, certificate forger and yet Nigerians are daily, visiting Bourdilon to worship him. They are still worshiping him like a king till this morning because he allocates political power in the South West. That is how sad Nigeria has degenerated to—Aiye wa ti baje l’oju wa
Senator Dino Melaye with one of his estranged women

Dino Melaye who is more or less a thug, cultist, woman beater and noise maker is now a Senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Despite the kind of loot recovered from Akpabio, he is still the senate leader. Despite the kind of fraud Saraki and his family committed with Society General Bank, he remains the leader of Nigeria’s senate. Despite the kind of loot Patience Jonathan stole during her husband’s rule as president, she and Jonathan are still walking freely on the street. Look at Okonjo Iwealah, in her time as minister, if you cannot speak Ibo you can never work at the Ministry of Finance. The same woman who hid her mother and lied to Jonathan that she was kidnapped, herself and Jimoh Ibrahim, they were doing all that in order to get money from Jonathan. But today, they are still walking freely on the street. A country where anything goes—Aiye wa ti baje l’oju wa.  
The book of Jeremiah 5 from verse 21 it says “Hear this now, o foolish people, without understanding, who has eyes and see not. And who have ears and hear not”. In verse 24, God was speaking to us saying “They do not say in their heart, ‘Let us now fear the Lord our God who gives rain, both the former and the later in both its season. He reserves for us the appointed weeks of the harvest”. In verse 25, it says “Your iniquities have turned these things away, and your sins have withheld good from you”
And verse 26 confirms what is presently happening in Nigeria both among the clergy class and the political class up to the corporate sector, it says “For among My people are found wicked men; they lie in wait as one who sets snares. They set traps; they catch men” and verse 29 said it all “Shall I not punish them for these things? Says, the Lord; Shall I not avenge Myself on such a Nation as this?”
Prophet MKO Tibetan
How can you purchase a GSM line worth a hundred thousand naira for your 18 years old child? And you said you didn’t know how your daughter became sexually bastardized at 22? You said you didn’t know how your son started taking drugs at 20? You destroyed her life with your own stupid way of doing things. You messed his life up because you were too busy to check him in his developmental years and today he is smoking, wearing weird tattoo, wearing ear ring and following girls all around town—Aye won baje l’oju won.
In Nigeria and in the days of Obafemi Awolowo, he discovered Cocoa in large quantity in Ondo State but he brought the proceeds of our cocoa resources to Ibadan to build the tallest building. He didn’t see the need to use that same proceed to develop Ondo or EkitiAiye Ondo at’eki tin baje lowo Awolowo tipe-tipe. What is Ibadan known for? War and the spoils of war; if you put anything in the public space they will steal and if you complain, they will say ‘Kilode to wa gbe sibeun?’ (Why did you put your item at that spot?) That is the city where Awolowo used the proceed of Cocoa from Ondo and Ekiti to develop and he established many schools in Ikenne and Ogun state leaving Ondo behind, maybe Ondo state does not deserve quality education—Aiye wa baje l’oju wa
Today Nigeria is so sick, economically, that prostitutes now engage in sex-before-pay. In Oworo, Ikeja, Ajegunle and other areas of Lagos, prostitutes now allow men to sex them 4 to 5 or 6 times and they can pay for two session and pay the balance installment-tally—Aiye won baje l’oju won.
Anthony Anenih....Has his sins caught up with him?
You look at the Nigerian Politic since 1999 and you ask yourself “how did a retired police officer under the name Anthony Anenih became minister of works and housing?”; A man who has always been in politics for all the wrong reasons. If you look at him and ask yourself how a retired police officer was put in such a very sensitive position, then you start to see why the road to his own village in Uromi is in terrible state. You will now see why many roads haven’t been motor-able since 1999 leading to death of thousands of Nigerians. Is it possible to give the work of a pilot to a molue driver? Why wont the plane crash? With all what he acquired in service, Anenih used the money to buy a house for himself in London as 80th birthday gift. Can he enjoy the house again? Can he live in that house at a stretch for a year? No.  If you were a minister of works for so many years and the roads leading to your state of origin is a death trap, then what is your essence of living? Why did you come and when are you going? The book of Numbers Chapter 32 verse 23 says “But if you do not do so, then take note, you have sinned against the Lord; and be sure your sin will find you out”. Anthony Anenih’s sin has found him out. Ecclesiastes 4:13 says ‘Better a poor and wise youth than an old and foolish king who will be admonished no more’.
The sins of many of the political thieves who looted Nigeria’s wealth from 1960 till date will surely find them out. Governors who looted states to build massive hotels everywhere, your sins will find you out.
Looted dollars
In Oyo state, several years ago, they went after those who had good intention and killed them in order to give Bola Ige chance to rule, they said ‘Omo wa ni eje o se’ but years later, what happened to Bola Ige. He died inside a room where the likes of Ayo Fayose, Omisore and others stood. And for doing a great job, Omisore became the first Yoruba Senator to win from the Prison. Government helped him campaign, voted on his ballot papers and released his result as winner of Osun East Senatorial district, somebody who was going through a murder case—Aiye wa baje l’oju wa.
Ayo Fayose of Ekiti State...What will history do with him?
The pattern has always been the same for long, politicians killing opponents to inherit power. Till date, Nigeria has not solved the mystery of Harry Marshal’s death, they cannot solve the mystery of Bola Ige’s death, and they cannot solve the mystery of Funsho Williams’ death and even Dipo Dina in Ogun State. Yet those who carried out those dastard acts are in government, enjoying themselves. But can God be taken for granted? No.  In the book of Nahum 1:2 God gave his assurances on vengeance. In fact, God’s first born is vengeance. He said “God is jealous, and the Lord avenges; The Lord avenges and is furious. The Lord will take vengeance on his adversaries”. So, when you wonder why people who kill to be in power or people who cheat to inherit other people’s position still stay long walking around and destroying destinies, verse 3 of the book has your answer, it says “The Lord is slow to anger and great in power. AND WILL NOT AT ALL ACQUIT THE WICKED”
The Congregation listens to the sermon
Today when you look at the crowd of politicians in Nigeria and you see how they are fighting everyday among themselves and destroying themselves, you will find the answer in same Nahum 1 verse 12, it says “Thus says the Lord: ‘Though they are safe, and likewise many, Yet in this manner they will be cut down when He passes through (With his judgment)”
EFCC boss, Ibrahim Magu....His facility in Lagos & Abuja has become patched places for some high profile politicians
You cannot cheat God and go Scot free. The book of Ecclesiastes 3 from verse 1-8, says “To everything, there is a season, a time for every purpose under heaven”. Read the remaining verses and you will fear God for His accuracy.
To round it up, the book of Jeremiah Chapter 17:5-6 says “Cursed is the man who trust in man and makes flesh his strength, whose heart departs from the Lord. For he shall be like a shrub in the desert, and shall not see when good comes. But he shall inherit the patched places in the wilderness”. Today, politicians in Jonathan’s government are inheriting EFCC detention centers and other patched places as their wilderness, losing their houses, monies and other valuables—Aiye won baje l’oju won.
NB: All opinions expressed in the course of this sermon are that of the Preacher and not of this blog.
The Nostradamus Prophet MKO Tibetan
(The Sermon/message is delivered by Prophet (Dr.) MKO Tibetan, Shepherd-in-charge, Celestial Church of Christ, Elisha Parish, Nigeria. 1-5, Celestial Way, off Zawiyat Street, Abule Iroko, off Abeokuta Express Road by Ajegunle Bus Stop, Ajegunle-Lagos. Tell; +234-8097-861617, 080-5485-3828, 080-37171-730 and 080-57070-783. Dublin Address: 15, Station Street, Balbrigan Co. Dublin, Republic of Ireland. Phone: 009-35389960-9994, 009-3538-7669-6370, 009-3538-6103-3987. London; +447-96171-4893, +447-40542-6336)

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