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Last Friday, a friend, Nigeria's top mining consultant, took me to his quarry in a faraway village in Ogun State. It was an adventure in off road driving in his rugged Toyota SUV, far into the bush. What I saw stunned me: there is too much money in the bush! In one quarry blast, his client made N70 million! And they conduct 5 or more in a month ... in the bush! Many of these quarries are owned by non Nigerians.

While our people, are at religious camps chanting, "Oluwa dide! Oluwa gbo!" the Chinese, Lebanese, Koreans and Indians are at our farmlands, bushes and maritime waters, picking up the miracles Nigerians are praying for in their religious camps.

God delights in giving us miracles BUT you can never succeed on earth by trying to outsource your thinking to God! That's why He gave you a brain! Use it!

Pray for miracles but think as deep as Socrates and work as hard as the bee.

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Good awakening write up, i love that. Your brain will sweat, but put it to use until it produces sweet for you.
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Good awakening write up, i love that. Your brain will sweat, but put it to use until it produces sweet for you.

Good talk Rev'd. Prof.

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Good write up. The more u think, the more ur brain comes alive.
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Guy na where this dey work,that they are making that kind of money,what are they doing in the bush?
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Last Friday, a friend, Nigeria's top mining consultant, took me to his quarry in a faraway village in Ogun State. It was an adventure in off road driving in his rugged Toyota SUV, far into the bush. What I saw stunned me: there is too much money in the bush! In one quarry blast, his client made N70 million! And they conduct 5 or more in a month ... in the bush! Many of these quarries are owned by non Nigerians.

While our people, are at religious camps chanting, "Oluwa dide! Oluwa gbo!" the Chinese, Lebanese, Koreans and Indians are at our farmlands, bushes and maritime waters, picking up the miracles Nigerians are praying for in their religious camps.

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Pray for miracles but think as deep as Socrates and work as hard as the bee.

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Good write up. The more u think, the more ur brain comes alive.

@ La.Nicholas - You got the logic!  Think deep and use your brain instead of wasting your time looking for miracle.  What your brain will bring for you is nothing than the miracle you are looking for in the Church and Mosque.

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Last Friday, a friend, Nigeria's top mining consultant, took me to his quarry in a faraway village in Ogun State. It was an adventure in off road driving in his rugged Toyota SUV, far into the bush. What I saw stunned me: there is too much money in the bush! In one quarry blast, his client made N70 million! And they conduct 5 or more in a month ... in the bush! Many of these quarries are owned by non Nigerians.

While our people, are at religious camps chanting, "Oluwa dide! Oluwa gbo!" the Chinese, Lebanese, Koreans and Indians are at our farmlands, bushes and maritime waters, picking up the miracles Nigerians are praying for in their religious camps.

God delights in giving us miracles BUT you can never succeed on earth by trying to outsource your thinking to God! That's why He gave you a brain! Use it!

Pray for miracles but think as deep as Socrates and work as hard as the bee.

Best regards,

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nice writeup

@ Lord Adeseye -  Seye how is everything?  What a nice picture!  I could not know you are the one until i confirmed from your past posts.  Are you now in Nigeria or you are still sojourn in U.K?

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Are foreign Investors Re - colonising Africa?

New economic powers India and China are being accused of buying land cheaply [in Africa] and uprooting indigenous communities.

Indian, Chinese and U.S. companies are among many inking land-investment deals in Africa, including Ethiopia, Tanzania, South Sudan, Mali, and Mozambique. According to a study by the U.S.- based Oakland Institute, foreign investors bought or leased a land area in sub-Saharan Africa about the size of France in 2009 alone.

American universities’ trusts (including Harvard’s) are also buying up land, reportedly displacing millions of farmers in the process.

Advocates say the land is being taken from indigenous communities by often violent means, and that land rights are handed over without proper contracts after closed-door deals. A lack of regulations in these countries allows foreign firms to purchase or lease large tracts of arable land, leaving little recourse for displaced residents.

Investors claim to be growing food for the global market that will indirectly alleviate food shortages in Africa, but land is very often used to grow non-edible export commodities such as flowers and biofuels.

Defendants of the deals say local farmers who are employed by foreign firms earn more working the land than they otherwise could, and that infrastructure developments (like clean water facilities or improved irrigation systems) are there to help them.

But many of the long-term social and environmental costs are more hard to predict, and critics say the “land grabs” are already causing “deprivation and destitution” for locals.

Indian author and media commentator Anand Giridharadas will the joining the programme. The Oakland Institute’s Executive Director, Anuradha Mittal, will be on the show via Skype along with Christine L. Adamow, Managing Director of Africa BioFuel, a U.S. company invested in farmland in Kenya and Tanzania.

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@ Aweriale Eromosele,  Dear Boss - I can say Capital YES to the question of your post "Are foreign Investors Re - colonising Africa?"
African is being colonised for the second time if one looks critically at the whole situation.  May God help us.

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