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Danny Boy

A similar incident occurred in Widikum a few years ago. The struggle in this case was between the local juju and a born again sect from Bali. When the local juju decreed that no indigine should assist in the burial of the deceased, that is when these christians realised that they had a corpse on their hands(no pun intended!) indeed.In the end commonsense prevailed. The family was left to bury their loved one as per our tradition.

ATS

Binka again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ma Mary

Solomon's solution could have worked very well here, afterall it was just a corpse. Cut it right in the middle, but the disputants would still fight over right or left.

tayong

Ma Mary ,you made my day. I couldnt hold out my lungs this evening.Humourios Ma Mary.

tayong

Funny Bamenda people. Devout "christian" and member of Kwifon! The question now is can tradition and christianity always match? Maybe Watesih has a clue,so Wats,over.

katakata

"GIVE DISHONOUR WHERE IT IS DUE"


THIS IS THE MOST STUPID ENCOUNTER I HAVE EVER SEEN POSTED ON THIS INTERACTIVE INTERFACE.

I HAVE JUST 2 QUESTIONS: 1 FOR THE CHURCH AND THE OTHER FOR THE KWIFON SOCIETY.THE QUESTIONS ARE TWO SIDES OF SAME COIN.

1)DIDNT THE CHRISTIAN ELDERS KNOW THAT THEIR "DEVOUT" BROTHER PARTOOK OF THE DEVIL'S "ORGIES" AND AT THE SAME TIME "GO TO CHURCH ON SUNDAY"?

2)DIDNT MEMBERS OF THE KWIFON REALISE THAT THEIR "SENIOR OFFICER" WAS A GREEDY CHEAT?WOULD HE BE A RESPECTED SENIOR OFFICER IF HE WENT AGAINST THEIR RITUAL DEMANDS BY SERVING ANOTHER "GOD?


PEOPLE SHOULD LEARN TO ACCEPT THE TRUTH THAT MASQUERADES ARE MEN IN MASKS..WHY SHOULD THE "NKOH, MABU AND CHU-UMBUS " THEY SEE EVERYDAY AS MR.PETER, MR.CHE AND MR.TAKWI SUDDENLY BECOME SOMETHING DREADFUL SIMPLY BECAUSE THEY HAVE PUT ON MASKS? THESE "TERRORISTS" EXIST IN OUR SUBCONSCIOUS BECAUSE WE "ALLOW" THEM TO EXIST..WE GIVE THEM THE POWER THEY DO NOT HAVE..WE CAUSE THEM TO MAKE US DREAD WHAT THEY CANNOT INFLICT ON US...

AS FOR THE "PASTORS AND ELDERS" WHO "MANAGED" TO ESCAPE "ALIVE" THEY SHOULD GO BACK TO THE BIBLE THEY ONLY OPEN ON SUNDAYS AND REMEMBER THIS WISE MAXIM JESUS GAVE HIS DISCIPLES:

"LET THE DEAD BURY THEIR DEAD" (LUKE 9:60)


THEY SHOULD LEARN , THEY SHOULD HAVE KNOWN THAT FIGHTING FOR THE CORPSE OF SOME INSINCERE CHRISTIAN WASNT WORTH THE PAINS...

MAYBE I AM WRONG..MAYBE HIS CONTRIBUTIONS ON SUNDAYS AND THE MONEY THEY WOULD GET FOR FUNERAL SERVICE WAS WORTH "THE PAINS" THEY FORESAW AND BRAVED ...

YOU SHAME THE NAME OF GOD AND WHAT IT STANDS FOR...

tayong

Katakata
You seem to be a goog preacher with scriptures very handy and reachable to you. Cool! You asked very mind bubbling questions there. If I may say something I would be that using uppercase(capital letters) in the IT world signifies an angry tone and I dont think you're an angry man, so maybe next time change to lowercase.Just and advice man.
Have a nice day.
Tayong

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