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where the hell have you been? That seem to be the question that i am asking myself. Did i just blog to say blogville is the most wonderful family, and the next minute i am MIA?

I dey o! just things here and there happening. Very plenty exciting things going on with me and in my life, plus the fact that GLO is trying to frustrate me with their internet connectivity. God pass dem.

Anyway, I am planning my return. This is not it. the post after this one wont be it either. neither is the one after that. But it is near and you will know when I am fully back in the bossom of blogville.

I am still praising God for what He has done for America. They think Obama has inherited a failing economy. Well he has. But i believe that the failing economy of USA will be Obama's victory. God uses afflictions to lift the unexpected people and bring glory to Himself. That is what will happen. In the midst of the celebrations, there are the ones waiting for Obama's failure. Just so the race can be mocked. But God has spoken and it is final. He uses the little things, to put to shame very great things of the world. In Obama, the strength and hands of God is going to work like the world has never seen it before, because at the end of the day, God's name must be glorified.

And He is coming here too. Yes. God is coming to do the same in our beloved Nigeria. The economy of this country will work. I dream of the day Americans will want to have their kids here, just so they can be citizens of this great nation Nigeria. I pray I live to see the day.

Our God is an Awesome God. The 'In God We Trust' that the Americans chant, has never been meaningful as it will be henceforth.

I have said my piece.

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  2. Hallelujah you have updated…

    I shed tears when I heard he’d won…I didn’t think I would but I did. What am I going to be like on January 20th 2009?... happy I guess!!

    Black Americans have been fighting this battle…hard… as collective voice for so long…

    As for you prayers for Nigeria…I say AMEN…but prayer requires more of the heart than of the tongue…so I have to pray first that its people start to see itself as a collective…

    Nothing happens unless first a dream.’ (Carl Sandburg).

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  3. @ shubby doo - true u speak. the people have to have the heart.

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  4. as God has done it for America he will do it for us in Naija...

    Change is coming!!!!!!!

    good to read from u...

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  5. patiently awaiting your "full" return!!

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  6. Amen'oooooooooooooooooo


    *welycome back hon'
    n just 4 d records.....u r stil my personal pessin , norrin do u :-)

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  7. "He uses the little things, to put to shame very great things of the world."

    I'll save saying welcome back till u are fully back.

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  8. I am sure God that crowned Obama will crown UTOMI (Nigerian Obama) very soon.

    Its the change we can believe!

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  9. Finally u're back with us. So what's the story on ur sudden absence? Yes o. Obama is the man! I could hardly contain my joy . . . this jus goes to show that we can achieve anything we want to and there is no such thing as Limitations. YES WE CAN! I disagree with yetunde atanda. I think Chris Okotie's the Nigerian Obama. Hopefully, we'll get there someday. God bless America! God bless Nigeria! God bless me!

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  10. @ aloted- Amen. Let us believe it and see it happening soon. Change is coming

    @ InCogNaija - very soon. Just dont miss the return

    @ LG - good to know im still ur personal person

    @ OluwaDee - alright. Im planning my return.

    @ Yewande Atanda - Amen. But UTOMI????

    @ gbengasile - yes o my brother. the story behind my absence will come when i return fully. Even I dont agree with Christ Okotie's suggestion. Someone out of the blue. From nowhere. never heard of before. Obama was a senator still in his first term in office. We need that kind of freshness

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  11. Ameeeeen to all your prayers o! Naija shall rise from the ashes, as baba God is not done with us yet.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog. I take God beg you o, no beef me na...lol I've always used Nefertiti as my alias even on MSN (I took that down though)I'll be back to stalk your earlier posts.

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  12. The day Americans will want to have their kids in Nigeria just so they can be citizens...

    I dream too...

    Just hope its in my generation...

    Tall dream?

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  13. Did anyone see the lady that parked in the middle of the street and started praising God and praying.

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  14. I love that the hope you found from Obama you have applied to Nigeria...positive change is possible anywhere right?

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  15. And He is coming here too. Yes. God is coming to do the same in our beloved Nigeria. The economy of this country will work. I dream of the day Americans will want to have their kids here, just so they can be citizens of this great nation Nigeria. I pray I live to see the day.

    Amen to that!!!!!

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  16. im glad to see that things are going well in your life

    i hope that GLO system works eventually

    missed you :)

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  17. first time here... i loved hw u analysed obama's dream in like a nigerian context. cant wait for it to happen for us, like how americans would want to start raising their kids here some day. Amen!

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  18. @ Nefertiti - God is not done with us at all. Alright, no more beefing on the name thing

    @ princesa - it will happen dear. I believe it. It's not a tall dream

    @ Sprezatura - what lady? im lost

    @ Kookie- yes. positive change is posible anywhere

    @ Tigeress - Amen again

    @ James Tubman- the Tubman, u disappeared. Welcome back to my world. Missed you too. That GLO, this week will tell

    @ talesandtallies- it is coming. even if we dont live to see it, our children will experience it. all we have to do is start laying the foundation for it to happen

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  19. Hello there!

    I am dropping this note to you from the United States of OBAMA!

    Yes...there are six days into the Obama presidency!!

    (smiles)

    Lisa

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  20. Uzezi. Me, I miss you O!

    Please update on time... like now now!

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  21. lol at "I am planning my return. This is not it. the post after this one wont be it either. neither is the one after that."--you are too much.

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  22. LOL@when Americans will want to have their kids here... maybe 2078.

    @gbengasile, whats special abt Okotie?
    people google UTOMI and find out overwhelming facts about this young man 'oyinbo' people are dying to meet.

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  23. im just happy you have updated, hope u are fine, see ya when i see ya

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  24. Utomi ke. hmmm. i no know abt dat one oh. Am more of a Donald Duke chick sha

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  25. @ Lisa @ blackwomenblowthetrumpet -
    it's a lot to smile about. in churches, the message of Obama is been preached, in our national assembly, the Obama victory has been highlighted to serve as an example.

    @ AlooFar- hmmm. He missed me! I will update like, later

    @ dat one okrika girl- lol.

    @ Yewande Atanda - what! it will happen! not in 2078. It will happen. Things are changing. even as of now.

    @ Fresh&Fab - im fine o.

    @ FFF- exactly. Someone of Donal's caliber, who will perform

    @ dejanae - alrighty

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  26. Nice words for president Obama.
    I am sure God will visit nigeria soon. i mean soon

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  27. So when are you going to do the 'IT'post?

    Missed u. How's work?

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  28. everyone seems to be going awol, including me. i guess its 'blog-fatigue'

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  29. ...i'm praying to live to see that day too!!!...

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  30. uzezi
    can't believe you have not blogged
    since Obama won
    AMerica has a black president
    Alleluia!

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  31. @ salem- amen

    @ SOLOMONSYDELLE- that's right

    @ Aphrodite- soon darling. work is good. missed you too

    @ Jinta- you better come back cos im back

    @ guerreiranigeriana- good. it will happen

    @ Tisha- i will post soon i promise

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