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Scent of Water Nigeria

Discussion in 'Announcements, Introductions, Guidelines' started by mcallstar, Jan 20, 2012.

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Would you consciously get involved in changing Nigeria?

Poll closed Mar 25, 2012.
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  3. loved to, but busy

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  1. mcallstar

    mcallstar Winner Next NollyWoodStar

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    PLEASE READ THIS REFORMATION IN NIGERIA before you go on.

    For those who share in the light of Olubunmi.

    THE VISION (IDEA)

    STATEMENT OF PROBLEM

    Our nation presently is degenerating; decomposing, retrogressing, by the day. The various institutions of society are now unproductive and redundant - there is no job, no good roads, no good education, no good infrastructure, development is lagging behind. Each day the government is working but there is no result/product of the work. There seem to be a standstill in all areas of the Nigerian socioeconomic activities. Human capacity development is zero per cent. Things might even get worse. It is obvious that the government has run out of ideas of good governance, taking the recent issues into consideration. This decadence is reflecting on all areas of the society, including sports.

    SO many have proffered several solutions to the Nigeria predicament, one of such is that a government would emerge that would bring about a turnaround of the Nigerian situation.
    Would there ever be a better government? If ever yes, when and how can this b?

    THE RESOLVE
    A lot of this situation has to do with our MINDSET. This is the birthplace of my idea/vision

    IF WE MUST CHANGE NIGERIA, WE MUST CHANGE THE SYSTEM AND IF THE SYSTEM, THEN START WITH THE PEOPLE, THE VERY YOUNG PEOPLE.

    OBJECTIVE: The main objective of this vision is to make people HOPE ALIVE, gather as many individuals as possible, who desire a change and are ready to change the nation through education and information.

    HOW
    • To effect mindset-change for a better future.
    • To propel interest towards acquisition of knowledge and education in general, not just for the sake of acquiring a certificate but for the sake of changing the situations of the present decadence of, first our immediate environment, and then Nigeria at large.
    • To make current and relevant information readily available and accessible even to the grass root level.

    The task is to motivate, enlighten, orientate, inform, teach, counsel, tutor and follow up people on the need to develop themselves educationally, spiritually, economically, politically, socially and otherwise. Through disseminating INFORMATION via books.

    However, concentration would be more on the youth, both male and female in all facets of our society. They are the pillars and leaders of tomorrow. Those who have resorted to taking arms, those who have only subjected themselves to doing menial jobs, those who are working but needs to improve on their jobs or get a better one, especially those in the higher institutions that need to know what they are there for, every youth in general.


    FINALLY
    SCENT OF WATER NIGERIA would become (when instituted a major institutional body of society, handed down from one generation to the next. It would enhance human capacity development in Nigeria (which is the primary form of development of society).

    This I am sure is God’s plan! An answer to the article by Olubunmi Fesobi

    SCENT OF WATER NIGERIA is not a church or a ministry (everyone just believe that when we talk about vision, it must be a church or ministry), it is an Institution. It is the new move of God on the educational sector for Nigeria.

    WE HAVE HOPED FOR TOO LONG, NOW IT IS TIME WE TOOK BOLD STEPS TO REALIZING OUR HOPES AND DREAMS FOR OUR MOTHERLAND.

    We shall flag-off this great institution by the end of the month of March (precisely Easter Holiday) 2012, with a three-day symposium on the theme;
    “UNVEILING THE SEASON OF CHANGE”.

    Detail on the symposium would be posted here and on our facebook page when the time comes.

    This will be taking place in warri, delta state. From here we shall take on Nigeria by a storm soon.

    I am here calling on everyone who want to be a part of this great move in whatever capacity you can, particularly during this symposium, especially those who reside in warri, delta state, to take this advantage knowing that whoever or whatever you are, you ARE meant to contribute to nation building.

    Isaiah 58:12 says – And they that shall be of thee shall build the old waste places: thou shalt raise up the foundations of many generations; and thou shalt be called, The Repairer of the breach. The Restorer of Paths to dwell in.
    Just look inward and say “Lord, What would you have me do?”.
    God bless!

    For more information: call +234 8067561385 or mailto:scentofwaternigeria@gmail.com or visit us on facebook scent of water Nigeria.
     
  2. mcallstar

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    Attention moderators

    Hello,
    you guys are really doing a wonderful job over here. I think it is note worthy to commend.

    please I posted a thread titled SCENT OF WATER NIGERIA on the general discussion area and I don't seem to find it there again.
    Can you please tell me where to find it or what happened to it? I guess you should because posts do not just dissappear do they?

    thanks and God bless.

    I would really appreciate it if response is given to my question. I don't know, did I do something wrong... at least I should be informed...
     
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  4. mcallstar

    mcallstar Winner Next NollyWoodStar

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    Thank you very much Egbon... Lol . Its been quite a good while oo. How has it been?
     
  5. tunmi

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    Being concise is seriously necessary
     
  6. mcallstar

    mcallstar Winner Next NollyWoodStar

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    HOW IS IT NOW?
    And thank you for your interest on the poll.
     
  7. mcallstar

    mcallstar Winner Next NollyWoodStar

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    I guess it's now better narrowed for all to read and understand.
     
  8. mcallstar

    mcallstar Winner Next NollyWoodStar

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    Egbon, have you read my POST?
    You should have something to say.
     
  9. kolinzo

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    E don tey since somebody see ur breaklight for here McAllster. Welcome back brother.
     
  10. Sola

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    Not really. Bottom line, make Naija betta...
     
  11. mcallstar

    mcallstar Winner Next NollyWoodStar

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    Oga Kolinzo... na way oo my brother... I just dey try to put a whole lot of things together... now I am back again for real. But this time... In another better dimension
     
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    Omo, hopefully next time you'll know where to post your ish. Or else, you'll have to answer to me. And by the way, it's it's been a while since I did my as the NR enforcer sef.
     
  13. tunmi

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    It really is better now. And I like it. I would love to hear about your updates and I would like to help however I can.

    You say it is neither a church nor a ministry, but an Institution "...of god." okay. I'd just rather if the god aspect was not included because I am tired of Nigerians clinging to god and religion while shuffering and shmiling.

    I do like this new approach and hopefully you guys will be able to get it out to the elementary and secondary schools, with parental permission, and to the polytechnics and universities. I am not quite sure what the Institution will encompass? Is it just providing books? What kind of books?

    And how about including volunteer service? To clean up our environment, literally, sweeping and cleaning the environment, lending a hand to the elderly and others who might need it. So, please fill me in :)
     
  14. mcallstar

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    Yeah! but you see, that is exactly where the challenge lies. everyone wish Nigeria a better future, and no one, in spite of the prayers and wishes, truly want to take that BOLD STEP that will bring about the long awaited change.

    Well I have been given that (BOLD STEP) as a prophetic assignment and I have no choice but to OBEY. maybe that is why everyone has refused it. "when everyone wants someone to do something, no one eventually does it. But I AM THE CHOSEN TO DO THIS! I just want to know who's with me?
     
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    Here I disagree with you. People do things everyday. They just do different things, that's all. You can't make Nigeria better by doing one thing one way. You not seeing or understanding what others are doing does not make their contributions any less significant.
     
  16. tunmi

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    My question: how can we who are not physically in Nigeria help?
     
  17. mcallstar

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    Tha is very true Oga Sola... you are completely right about that. We are actually on the same page... You would quite agree with me however that the statement "make nigeria better" is made by a lot of people who do not do anything for her betterment.
    that was my main point.
     
  18. mcallstar

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    Iwill surely keep you updated... you can also check here for your updates as well.


    I wish I could rule it out but that is the very sincere truth... you may not believe it now... but give it time you indeed would say that in the future.

    We are not jiust involved in providing books. part of our chore objective involves making information on all issues of life available for all interested. And yes, we would be going to various institution of various levels to make this new wave known to them.

    I think if we stick to the assignment on our hands, others would spring up to take care of that aspect (we can not do it all, Sola pointed that out). We would not in any way deviate from our chore objective for in that we would become impactful.
     
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    Just follow us with the updates that would hereafter be posted, and having seen the whole package, you may decide for yourself what you can do for the institution.

    I will keep you posted in particular regarding the forthcoming three days symposium, coming up from 6th April to 8th April 2012.
    please feel I sincerely appreiciate your concern over this issue and would love you to ask and find out whatever you please as I am willing to give answers. you are also to make contributions if you can.
     
  20. tunmi

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    Thanks for answering my questions
     
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