Friday, October 29, 2010

Blueprint for Cameroon Liberation Movement (CAMLIMO).

I do not regret my passage in CPDM, for I have made my life never to look back with regrets. Those who flashback at history with regrets embitter their souls and rob themselves of shrewdness to carve a joyful future which is their due destiny. Such evocations have converted many into boiling cauldrons who explode at the innocent’s expense. Nevertheless, I owe God and mankind the responsibility to dissociate from evil and evildoers.

Gainsayers may finger point that I had once resigned from the CPDM and went back, so I cannot be trusted. Indeed I understand their fears but at the same time dismiss them because I believe in giving second chances. I gave the party a second chance unlike most of their parents who have given 24 years, but it failed to deliver. Certainly there will be namby-pambies who will insist on my first resignation. Their barks are better than their bites, and no one frets on a dog that barks but cannot bite because “he that is without sin should cast the first stone”. Notwithstanding, now is not the time to cast stones, it is the time to gather the stones for nation building.

Hitherto many have wished, and thenceforth many will wish I was involved in a scandal. To those, I encourage waiting longer, for though I do not enunciate perfection; nonetheless, I have always lived my life as an open book where cronies and strangers, friends and fiends alike may read the strange and familiar matters of life. Certainly one day I will fall; after all, “A just man falleth seven times, and riseth up again: but the wicked shall fall into mischief” (Prov 24:16). But what does it profit the wicked that the just falls though?

As I listen to depressive stories about Cameroon from friends, family and strangers on how Cameroon is now a quagmire that breathes doldrums, my entrails bubble. Immediately, I know that the cause of changing lives spiritually and physically must be knitted together. I am forced to reecho the discourse I made a few months back in my initial attempt to leave the party.

President Biya should not run for a third term. Lapiro be Mbanga and Bibi Ngota should not have gone through the fates they suffered. The failure to integrate the Diaspora has retarded the growth of our economy. The sacking of Thomas Fozein portrayed the government was not reviewing her polices. The violation of the rights of political activists and political opponents, kangaroo trials like that of Forjindam and Lapiro, suppression of freedom of speech, and inhumane and the dehumanizing treatment of citizens as evinced in the recent report of Amnesty International and blogs of foreign visitors all sum up to a failed state. The spirit of brutality, suppression, repression, and the overt and covert manifestation of corruption and tribalism permeated by the government in the settlers’ policy go against the tenets of Christ my Master. The egotic agenda of most CPDM militants does not run concomitantly with “love your neighbor as yourself” nor does it embrace the philosophy of the Golden Rule to do unto others what you want them do unto you.

I concur no human action is altruistic but supporting a regime that kills its opponents, imprisons dissenters; a regime that has sold hopelessness to the young people and bought them despair, a regime that has encouraged capital flights and built a fortress for swindlers will give me nightmares than somnolent days. If most Cameroonians were given the opportunity to escape, statistics confirm that two thirds will leave. Never in the history of Cameroon have citizens become that desperate to leave the country than they are today. Cameroon with all her natural resources should not be threatened with such exodus especially with brain drain. Perhaps it behooves I introduce a blueprint of the organization I will want you all to give me your support. It is called Cameroon Liberation Movement (CAMLIMO).

Cameroon should look into the health policy we do have now. Patients should pay small deductibles with no copays and no one should be refused treatment because they do not have money for consultation. Small and large companies must be legally obliged to insure their workers.

We must believe that everyone can bring something and no one should be left behind.

Additional teacher or co-teaching support for bubble kids (struggling kids). There should not be any sheltered education because it stigmatizes kids and curtails peer learning where less smart kids could learn from smarter kids. There should be pilot projects for gifted education and amplification of special needs kids. Primary school and secondary education should be combined to prevent loss of time and hassles of admission and movement. Parental involvement will be obligatory and punishable in case of negligence. There is urgency to restore the value of teachers and staff and to develop and exploit our bilingualism.

The first thing we must do is to eradicate Corruption which discourages foreign investors and despoils existing resources. There should be accountability of financial institutions and the desire to develop and improve our infrastructures. Our country should imitate the likes of Rwanda in technology readiness and innovation by giving impetus to Math and science in our curriculum. Cameroon is endowed with natural resources but plundered by a simple minority who slept on the wrong side of their beds and are going astray. Thus the simple majority who slept o the right side of their beds should bring them back by efficiently managing the factors of production. We must boost and upgrade our tourism industry which is deflated by crime on tourists. The government has failed and is unwilling to encourage Diaspora investment initiatives with exorbitant taxes and custom dues on goods from their very Diaspora who attempt to invest. Cameron must set an agenda to reduce the national debts and envisage a surplus.

We have passed the age of inquisition where people were persecuted for their beliefs and opinions. There should be a fully developed freedom of press and media, freedom of religion and freedom of political affiliations.

Foreign Policy.
Cameroon must strive to reestablish credibility and respect amongst nations, and monitor the infiltration of foreign vultures (countries and people whose aim is to ransack the wealth of the country). Develop better relationships with our neighbors and to be more involved in global issues.

Appointments and government workers should be based on meritocracy rather than nepotism and tribalism. We must abolish nepotism and “settler policy” of indigenes appointment. The government should reduce the number of ministers, and control time usage amongst civil servants. For example, I see many teachers and other civil servants coming and staying in America for 2 months and above when it is not under their leave period. The lack of accountability in government has bedeviled our efficiency to provide for our people.

Cameroon despite all the money collected for participating in world cups has not been able to renovate its stadiums. The lone good stadium stands at times as an eyesore. We must construct new stadiums and reintroduce the policy of recruiting local players into the national team. Furthermore, developing the first, second and third division football. Cameroon has talents in many fields. Other sports should be given the support the need for it is due to soccer that the world has come to know Cameroon.

Permit me to dichotomize two types of Cameroonians and people: the cowards who sit behind and utter inanities, and the heroes who join the fight to make a difference. Cameroonians must decide to either remain cowards or heroes. Cowards dream on idealism while heroes implement visions of realism. Behold a clarion call beckoning all and sundry. In the fight against oppression there are no bystanders and there is no neutrality; either you are a hero standing with the oppressed, or a coward standing with the oppressor.

Until then, I encourage all Cameroonians to wake up.

Prince & PA Hamilton Ayuk.

“Bonyfish beware because the same net that caught the jawless fish, caught the cartilaginous fish” (Hamilton Ayuk). Beware earthly paradise seekers because there is a serpent in every paradise"(Hamilton Ayuk). Idle people write, idler people read, and idlest people read and whine that idle people are taking their time (Hamilton Ayuk).

Resignation from the CPDM

I want to thank the Section president: Joseph Mbu who has done everything to put CPDM on the map of USA and Canada. I want to thank my subsection president Sango Ngalame, my branch president-Namaya Sr. and the other officers with whom we have labored together.

I have thought that by serving in the CPDM, I could bring a change. Indeed, I tried, but I didn’t and could not. I have come to realize that if I remain in the CPDM, I will not accomplish what I was called to do. The agenda of the party these days does not suit the ethos of my calling. I have patiently waited to see those party policies that could help to implement the educational policies and other innovations that Cameroon so badly needs, but I have not seen even a fly. It would seem the party is used for individual aspirations.

Therefore, I have decided to resign from my position in the CPDM with immediate effect. In a few days to come, I will inform Cameroonians the next step to take, so that together we will build Cameroon.

Until then, I wish them well.

Prince & PA Hamilton Ayuk

“Bonyfish beware because the same net that caught the jawless fish, caught the cartilaginous fish” (Hamilton Ayuk). Beware earthly paradise seekers because there is a serpent in every paradise"(Hamilton Ayuk). Idle people write, idler people read, and idlest people read and whine that idle people are taking their time (Hamilton Ayuk).

Monday, October 25, 2010

Can A ‘Good’ Muslim Be A Good American?

National Public Radio fired Juan Williams for saying that he gets nervous when he sees a Muslim in the plane. Though one may understand the reaction of the network because it amounted to bias, prejudice and islamophobia, but one can easily understand too why Americans could suffer from Islamophobia. First is 9/11, and second, Muslims are involved in almost everywhere in this globe where there is an armed conflict with America. Nonetheless, what if a white woman said “each time I see a black man in the elevator with me I get nervous?” Notwithstanding, perhaps it is sheer hypocrisy, or perhaps it is the attempt to placate Muslims, but one thing is sure; many Americans say Amen to his inner fears. While it may lack any rationale since Timothy McVeigh and Eric Rudolf were not Muslims, it is still paradoxical since most of the hijackings in planes and attempts to harm America have been done by Muslims. Juan Williams’ words have provoked a debate about the loyalty of Muslims as good citizens of America. Many ask if a good Muslim could be a good American. Perhaps we should flip the question this way: “Can a good Christian be a good American”? The ab ignitio condition of citizenship is not based on religion. Is being an American based on Religion? Is America a secular or a religious state? Is religion a prerequisite to citizenship? That is the purport of this article.

Although Muslims and other false religious worshipers are lost, it would be ludicrous to ask if a good Catholic can be a good American. Although their doctrinal positions are against Christianity, but America is not a Christian nation to the best of recollections. It is this same idea of making a religion a state religion that diluted the importance of true worship during the days of Constantine. America has a Christian background and a form of godliness but denies the power thereof. It is almost as if America and Christianity are diametrical opposites. I believe there are Muslims in the US that will die for America. So are they good Muslims? Yeah! Are they good Americans? Sure!

Some Americans say: “Scripturally, no, because his allegiance is to the five pillars of Islam and the Quran (Koran).” This makes America look like a Christian Nation: thus another religious state or a state with a religious constitution. Others say “Geographically, no. Because his allegiance is to Mecca, to which he turns in prayer five times a day.” Does praying and facing a certain direction determine allegiance to a country or does it even quantify as a sign of good citizenry. What are the elements of a good citizen? Do we become good citizens now just by looking to the west? Ok, one will tell all undocumented immigrants to start praying facing west. Hahahaha.

It is not everyone who professes to be a Christian who is one. More so, founding a country on the word does not make it a religious state. Does it? It must state in its constitution that we are a religious state, and the US does not do so.

A good Christian may not necessarily be a good American just like a bad Christian could be a good American because the country may be doing things that are contrary to biblical tenets and the Christian rejects the laws promoting such actions. A true Muslim could be a good American just like a bad Buddhist could be a good American. Citizenry is not a new religion. It makes one laugh: almost laugh out their lungs when people think America is the place where good Christians go. Don’t forget that there are many good Christians all over the world that will never set foot on the American soil. So these Christians are lost and plundering their time that they are worshipping God. If not it is preposterous to believe that a true Christian is a good American.

Nonetheless, NPR was wrong to fire the journalist. It means that there is less tolerance for personal views despite him having founded fears.  In addition, the Muslims must do more than just complain by actually showing that they are peaceful because Islam encourages violence. However, let us all avert stereotypes and faulty inferences for we need each other.

Until then, be not a bigot but be a born-again.

Prince & PA Hamilton Ayuk

“Bonyfish beware because the same net that caught the jawless fish, caught the cartilaginous fish” (Hamilton Ayuk). Beware earthly paradise seekers because there is a serpent in every paradise"(Hamilton Ayuk). Idle people write, idler people read, and idlest people read and whine that idle people are taking their time (Hamilton Ayuk).

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Videos that will make you Laugh and make you Cry

“Bonyfish beware because the same net that caught the jawless fish, caught the cartilaginous fish” (Hamilton Ayuk). Beware earthly paradise seekers because there is a serpent in every paradise"(Hamilton Ayuk). Idle people write, idler people read, and idlest people read and whine that idle people are taking their time (Hamilton Ayuk).

Friday, October 15, 2010

When Disaster Becomes a Classroom

71 days ago when 33 miners were trapped underground in Chile, many concluded their outcome would be like those in Upper Big Branch Mine Disaster of April 5, 2010 in West Virginia or the Pasta de Conchos mine disaster of 2006 where only 2 of the 65 bodies have been recovered . Thanks be to God; rather than a disaster, from the entrapments to the rescue, we have all become students in nature’s classroom. There are five lessons we should learn and teach our progeny. Many heads are better than one, when the heart is willing it will find a thousand ways, in leadership, examples are better than precepts, a woman could still act classy even if her husband is a philanderer, and that faith is an additional ingredient to salvation. Therefore, learn these lessons for therein lies your salvation in this world where humanity is ensnared.

An African proverb says that “one hand does not tie a bundle”. In the forest region people always say that “one stick does not build a forest”. In western culture people say “many heads are better than one”. If you look at the other disasters I mentioned, they wanted to go alone. In Chile, they called for help worldwide . BHP Billiton and Collahuasi company supplied drilling and expertise. American GeoTech Drilling experts who knew how to drill were ushered in from Afghanistan. The cable that lowered the crane came from Germany, and the camera sending pictures came from Japan. NASA helped construct the Phoenix that served as the lift to bring the people from the underground. Maptek was used to map the underground tunnels and orientate the rescue shafts. Oakley donated 35 pairs of sunglasses to protect he miners’ eyes from ultraviolet light. It confirmed the bible’s “Where no counsel is, the people fall: but in the multitude of counselors there is safety” (Prov 11:14; 15:22). Everywhere you are, learn to work as a team. We are all entrapped here on earth. If you read the poem The Cold Within you will see that lack of cooperation killed those who were by happenstance imprisoned in the cold.

A Chinese proverb says that “when the heart is willing, it will find a thousand ways, but when it is unwilling, it will still find a thousand ways.” In this case, the heart was willing to save the people. The rescue efforts had three drilling operations at once. It took rescuers two weeks to find the survivors but during the Pasta de Conchos mine disaster, the rescue efforts we called off after just five days. The miners in Chile were a quarter a mile deeper than their Mexican counterparts. Raul Vera, an outspoken Roman Catholic Bishop reiterated that "In Chile the government and the companies joined together to rescue the miners alive," "In Mexico they joined together to bury them forever ." That is because the government was unwilling to spend close to 20 millions to rescue the people.

The third lesson we learn is really from the president and his ministers. President Sebastien Pinera insisted on the rescue and spent close to 48 hours to watch every single miner brought to safety unfolding his resolve to have them live. The president summoned Andre Sougarret chief engineer and put him in charge of digging the men out. He selected the person whom he knew could do the job better and not because he was his friend, member of his party or relative. Sougarret was honest to the miners and their families while still giving them hope.  In Africa, presidents have never gone to disaster areas to motivate the people. That was great leadership skill. Leadership is not about prescribing direction but leading the way. As the miners walked out of the Phoenix, he greeted and embraced, joked and laughed with each of them. There are leaders who do not joke and exchange pleasantries with their subalterns and subordinates. Just because someone is working under you does not make them a subclass or subhuman. Learn to make those who work under you feel you need them and want their good.

In the fourth lesson we learnt that a woman could still know that her husband is a philanderer and still act classy. If it was in America that those 5 of the 33 miners were revealed to have had mistresses, it would have been “Jerry, Jerry, Jerry” of Jerry Springer live. Miner #21; Yonni Barrios- a 50 year old man had invited his mistress including his wife of 22 years to come and welcome him . The wife refused to come if the mistress was going to be there, but she stayed classy all through the incident. During the trammel, one miner was even discovered to have had about 4 mistresses. Cheating is not good but how you react too is very crucial to yourself and the society. Many victims of cheating always want to use a grenade to kill a cockroach. Rather than teach a man by shooting him on the head, please shoot his toes.

The fifth lesson is that your faith in God will take you a long way unto salvation. Faith is a prerequisite of salvation. The Virginia mining disaster this year took place on the 5th of April and the one in Chile was on the 5th of August. The 5th day is the day God made man and gave him authority over the earth but after the fall, humanity is entrapped. It is a reminder that though we are ensnared, we still have the power to overcome. Luiz Urzua used his faith in God to instill hope in the miners else they should have been killing each other in other to preserve food and survive longer. “According to the Catholic Herald, ‘The 33 miners trapped in the San Jose mine in Atacama, Chile, have requested that statues and religious pictures be sent down to them as they wait to be rescued’ .” “‘Sepulveda, the second miner to be freed, said, “I have been with God and I’ve been with the devil.... I seized the hand of God. I always knew God would get us out of there’.” They all walked to the surface with their faces shining of joy and even those who had chronic conditions like asthma, diabetes and hypertension did not come worse than they went. God heard their prayers and stayed with them till they joined their families and nation.

Until then, we thank God for saving our brothers.

Prince & PA Hamilton Ayuk

“Bonyfish beware because the same net that caught the jawless fish, caught the cartilaginous fish” (Hamilton Ayuk). Beware earthly paradise seekers because there is a serpent in every paradise"(Hamilton Ayuk). Idle people write, idler people read, and idlest people read and whine that idle people are taking their time (Hamilton Ayuk).

Monday, October 11, 2010

Wife Beater Beware!

Some men have ruined their careers by beating their wives. Although wife beating plagues the entire world, it is very rampant in northern Nigeria and other Islamic dominated areas chiefly because Islam favors the beating of women in the Qu’ran. Perhaps there should be a balancing act here that there are husband beaters too. To those men I could advise them to form the Battered Husband Club. Some men who beat their wives have argued that it is because the wife is unruly. Others have supported themselves in their different religions. The Christian men who beat their wives find their solace in the Old Testament position of the Bible whereby the woman is projected as inferior to the man. Most men who beat their wives are influenced by religion. Do  the Qu’ran and Bible really justify wife-beating?

The Qu’ran is known to despise women. It asks a woman to marry another man before she comes back to the former husband (Sura al Baqara 2:230). The Qu’ran urges men to beat their wives (Sura al Nisa4:34). The Qu’ran encourages polygyny but not polyandry (Sura al Nisa 4:3). The Qu’ran states that divorce is a man’s job (Sura al Baqara 2:230,236). Islam sanctions concubinage (Sura al Nisa 4:3). Men are preferred to women (Sura al Nisa 4:34). Islam encourages Islamic men to marry Christian women (Sura al Ma‘ida 5:5). A woman’s testimony is worth half a man’s (Sura al Baqara 2:282). A woman’s inheritance is worth half a man’s (Sura Al Nisa 4:11). Islam keeps women under a veil (Sura al- Nur 24:31). Islam constrains slave girls to prostitution (Sura al- Nur 24:33). You know what religion can do.  Muham,med did not attempt to raise the status of women until he passed away. Therefore, wife-beating is cultural in the Islamic adherents.

When the Bible lines up the properties of a man, it includes their wives (Deut 17:15 -17; I Kings 20:5). It also states that Sarah called her husband Lord (I Pet 3:6). The root word is etymologically that of a servant to a master. In this passage, the Bible shows the woman as the property of man and not only the injunction placed on polygamy. Those passages in Deuteronomy and I Kings are not a restriction on plurality else it would then mean that the king was not supposed to have more than one horse, silver or gold. It would then mean that we today are not supposed to have more than one house, car, TV or computers.

However, looking into the position of the New Testament, Jesus raises the status of women and puts them as partners mutually submitting to one another with the man still the head of the household. He accepted to be borne by a woman, had women like Mary Magdala in his ministry (Lk 8:2), taught that women too grow in grace as men in Mary and Martha; sisters of Lazarus (Lk 10:41 -42) and called the crippled woman "daughter of Abraham" (Lk 13:10 -13). The Apostle Paul, accentuates that in Christ we are one (Gal 3:26 -28). As such, the Christian men who treat their wives as property are lacking in biblical exposition.

Consequently, wive and husband beating should not be considered as prescribed by the Bible but as a lack of character thereof because violence is the weapon of the weak communicator. A brilliant young man came from Cameroon to experience the American Dream, but his was cut short because of impulsive behavior. He later graduated from Harvard but could not find a job because he was convicted of aggravated assault and battery that were engraved in his record. As employers combed them, they rejected him not for his incompetence but lack of probity and decorum thereof. He lingered around for some time; albeit, to pack his things to go home and try the forsaken Cameroonian Dream one more time.

Notwithstanding, the woman can solve it in different ways. The first is to seek counseling. The second is to invite the law by calling the police. The third is to call the Battered Women or Husband helpline which is generally known as the National Domestic Violence Hotline (1800-799-7233) . The fourth is to take it to the Lord in prayers.

Therefore, wives and husbands beating is bad before God and before man, for it is violence. Peace is a recurrent sub-theme in the Bible and a prerequisite to see God (Heb 12:14). The Bible encourages us to love our wives as Christ loved the church that he gave his life (Eph 5:25). Yet as you know, with the advent of home breaking philosophy of feminism, the insecurity of some men and women, and the persistent male chauvinism in our modern society, there will always be wife and husband beating. For a man to save himself from it, he must live according to the precepts of the entire Bible whereby communication and prayers are the rudiments of a prosperous relationship and would resolve the problems that beating pretends to do (I pet 3:7). Note that the Bible only says in this passage that the woman is a weaker vessel, but it does not say she is an inferior being. Hence, those who are married should treat their wives just as Christ treats the church with sacrificial love and care.

Until then, love your wife and not beat her!

Prince and PA Hamilton Ayuk

“Bonyfish beware because the same net that caught the jawless fish, caught the cartilaginous fish” (Hamilton Ayuk). Beware earthly paradise seekers because there is a serpent in every paradise"(Hamilton Ayuk). Idle people write, idler people read, and idlest people read and whine that idle people are taking their time (Hamilton Ayuk).

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Knocked Down But Not Knocked Out!

In September 24, 2005, Samuel Peter of Nigeria was fighting the Ukrainian- Wladimir Klitschko for a 12 round elimination match. After 4 dull rounds, Peter knocked down Klitschko twice in the 5th round. Peter gave the crowd the momentum and created belief for himself. The crowd chanted,  "Peter", "Peter," "Peter" and waited eagerly for the greatest upset that did not come. To add more impetus, Peter knocked Klitschko down again in the 10th round. He stalked and chased him across the ring looking for the killer punch that will finish his opponent. To many, it was just a matter of time before Peter knocks out Klitschko . However, to the chagrin of spectators and the frustration of Peter, Klitschko picked himself up, slugged and outpointed Peter (who began gasping for air) to a unanimous decision. Just because you are knocked down doesn’t mean you are knocked out! You could have been knocked down several times, but it does not mean that you are out. 

Only death brings the end of hope. As long as we are alive, let us have hope that God does not fail and will not fail. He may not walk with the pace of a man because he is never in a hurry, but He is never late. Keep trusting Jesus he will never fail you. Life always serves us with a plate we did not order; however, let us not worry, we should only know the Cook is our very own Father Jesus whose meal will bless our hearts.

Fear sometimes cripples us, but let faith move us to higher bounds. Look around you, that is not how you began. You are not what you want to be but thank God, you are not what you used to be. Just as every tunnel has a beginning, there is an end t every tunnel too. Our dark days may be long and dreary but stay focus, your ray of light just proves you are winning. You will make it.

There are many in heaven looking down and hoping you make it too. Would you fail them? You owe them the responsibility of making it and seeing Father Abraham, Moses, Joshua, Gideon, Deborah, Esther, Daniel, John the Baptist, Paul, Apollos and finally Jesus.

My Brethren, the days keep getting darker and darker, and evil seems enveloping us all. Those who strive to live righteous lives are undergoing some of their greatest hardships now. You may be cast down but don’t be downcast. If you do not want vultures to eat you, then don’t die in an open field! Tell them that though you are knocked down, you are not knocked out. Show them that you are still in the ring, for it is not who wins but who can put up a fight till the Master comes. Do not care how fast the others are running; you should just stay focus on your lane. When you stumble, lift yourself up and keep running, knowing that this race is not looking for the swiftest, but those who can simply finish the race.

I have made up my mind to leave the world behind me, take up my full armor and face the tides of life that try to beat me round. At times, I crawl with tears in my eyes, other times, I run with joy in my heart. I may not be walking or running, but Satan knows that in so far as I am not standing, I am on the move. Sometimes during your down moments, even your phone calls will become like a disease that people avoid. Don’t worry; make one to Jesus, for He always picks the calls of friends when they need him most. More so, He never asks you, "What time is it now?" He tells you “coheir, I am on my way, just a little bit of patience.”

That at once illumines and brightens my day because while on earth, the sister of IRS loved him as he even paid his taxes from the mouth of a fish. His legs were his car and now that gas prices are hiking, he would have been treading on familiar territory. Everywhere he visited, he was doing good. Some people did not need to buy medication, for He used just mud to heal their blindness. He prepared a meal in the presence of foes and friends alike, and their baskets were overfilled in a football field. Just with two loaves and five fish, he will fed more than ten thousand.

Look at you with teary face, why are you crying when you can make that early phone call? You think your situation is hopeless, and life is not fair? True, life is hopeless and unfair without a chemistry with Jesus. Don't you see that your Lord loves you so much my brethren? Why do you look unto yourself when your Hope beckons?

Your Master, though gone is always around you. You know He loves you very much. When the devil tries to push you over, you over push him in prayers. When trials and temptations come over you in their myriads, you be the overcomer, the Lord has smoothen. Say to yourself, I came to this world not of my choice but of his own likeness. I was made more than a conqueror without a vote, I shall live as a conqueror in the midst of warriors, and I shall die a conqueror, even if all others are killed. Lord unto you I surrender my life. If you need someone to pray with you, please send me a mail.

Prince and PA Hamilton Ayuk

“Bonyfish beware because the same net that caught the jawless fish, caught the cartilaginous fish” (Hamilton Ayuk).
Beware earthly paradise seekers because there is a serpent in every paradise."(Hamilton Ayuk).
Idle people write, idler people read, and idlest people read and whine that idle people are taking their time (Hamilton Ayuk).

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