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PostPosted: Sun Sep 16, 2018 6:47 am Reply with quoteBack to top

^^^ Laughing Laughing Laughing

Sunday

- Dear "pastor" Francis wrote to brother Josephus... in short: Eze is so great, they need money and they asked to visit the MUIE headquarters in Aberdeen. Laughing
Quote:
Brother Josephus,
Greetings!
My mail to you yesterday night was very clear on the issue of tithing, offerings and other collections. I also took time to explain on cathedral issue but by your response today,it appears you did not quite understand my points clearly.

First, I explained to you that the young parish has not stabilized enough for us to start collecting offerings, tithes etc. May be in the near future, when the parish has taken proper shape, that will be introduced. But for now, nothing like that. (Before now, it was BOA Eze who was using his own resources to take care of so many things including charity works before he went dry).

Secondly, the establishment of parishes of churches all over the world, is sponsored by the parent body or better still the headquarters because it is assumed that the parent body has some form of stability before thinking of launching out new parish/es. That is how it is allover the world. I do not know the understanding you had originally with BOA elect- Eze. If he had told you he was going to use his personal money to buy land and build the Lagos parish, (which I know he does not have for now), well, I don't know unless am made to know. We did not just call ourselves to this work as a matter of fact, therefore, the support is to come he who called u to action. BOA Eze is well experienced in church planting etc,and knows it is cost effective to plant a church and it's branches. If indeed we have been commissioned to do this assignment, then please assist us to stabilize or allow us for now to attach our parish to the cathedral for now till we are strong enough to stand on our own. (Think about this thoroughly). In summary, the land already identified is purely for the cathedral. For now, nobody can assist the parish to acquire it's own permanent property. Yesterday, my brother Josephus, I made very frantic requests and opinions, but it seems to me that I was not clear enough. Therefore,in a very plain and express language, the parish need heavy assistance to blossom and be able to give birth to other parishes or branches as we have planned and purposed. And this is incumbent upon our glorious international headquarters.

Once again, thank you for your patience and understanding. Remain highly lifted, and may the Holy Lamb continue His mercies upon you and all yours in Jesus Christ mighty name, Amen!

Your son,
Francis

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These idiots claim they do not understand some very simple ideas:
- so far, the only one who fulfills all the conditions to be MUIE member is "Reverend" Eze.
- He is NOT Bishop of Africa (BOA) until he does not do that sacred tattoo on his body!
- The other idiots, including "pastor" FrancisEburue, are still in the process of admission, because they have not yet presented their "Baptism" movies (milk&honey) according to church rules (outside, near the Pyramid, in correct position and uttering the right words).

Conclusions?
- There is no legal parish in Lagos!
- There's no other MUIE member out there, except the idiot Eze!
I'm gonna (as father Elephterie) prepare a rough message (in this moment of our story, I'm the "bad cop").

Regarding the "invitation" in Aberdeen, we will accept with great pleasure a Nigerian delegation... Yes, of course, why not?
I am convinced that it will be a pleasure for us to ask to see their passports and tell them to go to ask for a visa!
Theoretically, a standard UK Visa costs about 100 british pounds. I'm curious how far these idiots will go in this direction.

On the other hand, our moron Eze write to manager Claude (at TSC) asking for the parcel to be shipped with DHL directly to Lagos! WTF?
- Niger manager Qesha has already warned that this request can only be made by the Sender (the church), and that the standard procedure involves a complete inventory of goods in the parcel!
- Father Elephterie also warned, very very clearly, that hidden money there is illegal and will be confiscated by the authorities (if discovered)!

So, Eze is an idiot or is trying to "check" our story? My Niger manager Qesha will redeem things again. No worry!
Laughing Laughing Laughing

08.30 - local time - Father Elephterie wrote to ALL:
Quote:
Fathers, brothers, my dears,

It seems none of ours new Nigerian brothers wants to understand a few simple things. Well, it's my duty to make them clear again.
- So far, the only one who fulfills all the conditions to be MUIE member is Reverend PrinceAnthony_G.Eze. He is the only one who has the church-file complete and correct. The only one!
- He is NOT yet Bishop of Africa (BOA), until he does not do that sacred tattoo of the Lamb on his body! I said and I repeated many times, this is private thing and will only be discussed with Rev. Eze.
- All the other brothers, including Pastor FrancisEburue, are still in the process of admission, because they have not yet presented their "Baptism" movies (milk&honey procedure) according to church rules (outside, near the Pyramid of the Faith, in the right kneeling position and uttering the right words).


Conclusions?
- There is still no legal MUIE parish in Lagos!
- There's no other legal MUIE member out there, except Reverend PrinceAnthony_G.Eze!
As long as the parish is not legally constituted, all talks about renting / selling space and land are useless and time-consuming.
I am NOT the good parent Nectarie and I do NOT accept ANY derogation from the MUIE Precepts. Be clear to everyone! Amen!


The visit of a Nigerian delegation here, at our headquarters in Aberdeen, is welcomed and encouraged.
Maybe even on the ocasion of the MUIE International Conference - November 2018, when all of our representatives from all over the world meet when preparing the 2019 common annual strategy. We will need a complete list of delegation members. All delegation members will need to apply for UK Visa. Theoretically, there will be no problems!


Additionally, Reverend Eze must fulfill the punishment imposed by Father Nektarie: The prayer Pater Noster, written by his hand for 30 times.



This is My Word and this is My Wish!
Glory to the Holy Lamb!
father Elephterie

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Tomorrow morning, my Niger manager Qesha will explain once again what are the conditions for TSC to use a 3rd party (DHL).
I'm sure our moron Eze will be delighted to hear that good news. Laughing Laughing Laughing

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 16, 2018 4:13 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

This was from Eze last night:
Quote:
A very beautiful morning to you my dearly beloved Father Nicodim,
I pray that this letter meets you in good condition of health and mind.

Reading through your letter over and over again and content so touching, I felt hot tears flowing down my cheeks because I see through the windows of True Leadership and the heart of a caring father.

After my normal hours of prayers, I had to read this letter again as this 2:25 am, then decided to respond to it. You have truly displayed the quality of a good father, mentor and shepherd of the flock of God. I am indeed humbled by this.

I pray that the good and upright Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ who alone remains the Worthy Lamb of God that was slain from the foundation of the world, give us the grace to do His Precious will.

Following a mentor like Father Nicodim, is a great blessing not only to me but to as many as finds the path of life through the Holy Lamb family. I appreciate you sir.

Grace and peace be multiplied to you in Jesus Christ name.

Shalom ha'mashach!!!

Rev. Prince Anthony G. Eze

He's trying to suck up to me. It won't work. Or maybe it will. We're just killing time here until he starts traveling.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 16, 2018 5:43 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

17.30 - Brother Josephus wrote to our idiot Francis:
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Reverend,

I hope you don't mind I have copied Father Elefterie on this email, as there is a lot of goings back and forth, and I want nothing misunderstood or misconstrued.

My apologies as I thought I saved your previous email for reply and I accidentally deleted it. I do however remember a few of the important points I want to clear up.

For starters, we need to understand that I have nothing to do with the Lagos Parish. I was helping Father Nicodimus in Father Nektarie's absence while he was on pilgrimage in some of the correspondence and such but other than that, as a Brother in the church I have no official standing with regard to the rules and regulations set forth. The Lagos MUIE Parish and the Grand MUIE Cathedral that will be built somewhere in Africa are two separate projects and while the Parish organizationally will obviously fall under the African Diocese ... as far as membership requirements, parcels, etc, I have no official standing or involvement.

As you are probably not aware, I am a very rich man. I have lived a good life, I have made a lot of money, and at over 70 years old I am not long for this world. I traveled to Aberdeen for some spiritual retreat and reflection with my dear uncle Reverend Father Eduard looking for a way to make my life and money mean something. At this time I was involved in a piece of business with a Dr Evans Egobia who introduced us to Rev Eze and here we are.

MUIE has tried to expand into Africa in the past and that has met with some challenges. About three years ago the church, without any involvement from me attempted to expand. They identified who they thought at the time were honest men. Bishop in Nigeria, Reverend Father Obi John and his assistant, Reverend Father Onuoha. They have cheated our expectations and, after receiving the first $ 450,000 payment of the approved budget for the construction of the new Cathedral in Lagos, they have disappeared with money and have not longer responded to our messages.

The Church obviously lost a significant amount of money here and when I approached the elders and his excellency with the thought of expanding to Africa it was met with resistance and trepidation. The Elders and His Excellency made it clear the CHURCH had no interest in trying to build another Cathedral in Africa and would not be spending anymore money on such a task. Well after several weeks of prayer, talks, more prayer, etc, with the help of the Holy Lamb, I was able to convince them to sanction such a project with MY funds. And my legacy was born. I will leave this world with a lasting legacy, knowing that I have made it possible to help a great many people in an area of the world where charity and righteousness are in need. Just because I am funding this project out of my personal wealth, does not mean the rules of the Church can be ignored. Unfortunately there were some lapses in judgement, which have led to Father Nectarie being relieved of his duties, and myself being put on notice.

So here we are. Now then, there are a few more things that need to be discussed.

Your excuses for lack of tithing/fundraising are simply unacceptable. You are absolutely correct a new Parish must have the support of its governing body. Which it does. There is a courtesy package and initial grant en route that gets things rolling. THAT DOES NOT ABSOLVE THE PARISH OF THE NEEDFUL OF SELF SUFFICIENCY. This is simply a cash flow issue. There is absolutely no reason that donations/collections should not have been taken at this point. Bake Sales, Casino Nights, etc are also very popular social fundraising opportunities which expand the parish purse and membership roles. This needs to be fixed ASAP. Your parish absolutely is getting initial support, but must be on the path to self sufficiency. I have also included in that initial fund a stipend for Bishop Select Eze to act as cathedral project manager, a role that he is currently failing at. In addition, the business that was being conducted with Dr Egobia, I do not need that money. I made arrangements for that money to be deposited into the PARISH bank account. Dr Egobia has been silent. I brought this to your attention earlier this week and you have remained silent on this potential theft.

So you see, there has been support from Aberdeen and even from lowly Brother Josephus. But again, this does not absolve you of your duties as Local Reverend to accept donations/collections and delegate to your flock fundraisers for self sufficiency. This in the past weeks would have gone a long way in giving the general a good faith payment and taken the pressure off the land needs for your parish.

Secondly, with regard to the registration of the Lagos Parish with local authorities. You are also correct. My question to you there is why has this not been done? Once again the corporate resolutions my attorney is working on, and the application for the domiciliary account Bishop Select Eze has submitted is for the GRAND CATHEDRAL OF AFRICA and has NOTHING directly to do with YOUR local Parish which is a separate entity. So why has an account not been set up locally for your parish? Why has your parish not been submitted to the local authorities? You are aware these things need to be done, yet you are blaming us for not doing them? These are local parish matters. Perhaps instead of looking to the northeast, you should look in the mirror. Admonish Prince Eze for not doing the needful.

Reverend Francise, it is becoming more and more clear to me, that it should be YOU assuming the role of Bishop of Africa.

My main concern right now is the Cathedral. I have not heard from my alleged Cathedral Project Manager in a week. There are multiple questions before him that STILL remain unanswered which is prohibiting us from doing the needful on this end. And now we have slowed things down a bit because Bishop Select Eze is proving to incapable of handling the Cathedral Project Manager job. I asked you for other potential candidates and you have remained silent on that matter. If I do not hear from Bishop Select Eze by mid week with regard to the outstanding CATHEDRAL business, I am simply going to have to move to replace him, and we will have to look at possibly having it built elsewhere other than Lagos. This will in no way affect the standing of your parish or the good works you will be doing on a local level.

This Cathedral WILL be built for the expansion of MUIE and for the wonderful people of Africa. I
Weather it will be built in Lagos or not seems to be a question being asked louder and louder with each passing day.

Mark 4:19 but the worries of this life, the deceitfulness of wealth and the desires for other things come in and choke the word, making it unfruitful

Reverend, let's focus where we need to focus. Get your Parish in order. That needs to be your #1 priority. Should Rev Eze fall out of favor regarding the Cathedral, that is on him.

If you would like to replace him as CPM that could be entertained as you seem to be far more pro active on many of these matters. But even you have picked and chosen what questions you will answer in emails, and which you want to ignore.

Make no mistake, the concerns, the delays, etc have all been locally induced. YOU and only YOU as local Reverend, are in a position to get YOUR house in order.

James 4:1 What causes quarrels and what causes fights among you? Is it not this, that your passions are at war within you?

Mark 7:20-22 And he said, “What comes out of a person is what defiles him. For from within, out of the heart of man, come evil thoughts, sexual immorality, theft, murder, adultery, coveting, wickedness, deceit, sensuality, envy, slander, pride, foolishness.

Be Blessed Rev Francise

Brother Josephus

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 17, 2018 6:59 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Monday

06.54 - My Niger manager Mr. Qesha sent a very polite message to our moron Eze... in response to the shipment relocation request (with DHL) on Friday. Laughing
Quote:
Sabah El Kheir, Sir PrinceAnthony!
It will be my whole pleasure to serve you best, because our desire is for the Customer (Receiver) to be satisfied and to use our services also next time.
We will proceed as you wish as soon as we receive the Sender's Official Request. I have already told you in my previous messages that formal requests for package relocation can be initiated only by Sender.
So, please contact the Sender and communicate him your desire so that he can send the document to us as soon as possible.
We will need the original document, but for convenience and speed we will accept to make the inventory of the products (IL) and re-ship them with a 3rd company only based on the scanned copy sent by Sender by email.


At the same time, I would ask you to fill in and send me back the Customer Satisfaction Questionnaire.
This questionnaire helps us constantly improve our services and is one of the indicators on which we accrue our monthly bonuses.


Masha'Allah!
Qesha


- "Because" of TSC internal regulations, any parcels to be relocated with an additional company are inventoried. So there is a real danger that hidden money inside is found and confiscated. It is obvious that the Church (as Sender) will not accept this solution.
- At the same time, I also sent a questionnaire that the idiot would scan, complete, scan back... why not? Laughing Laughing Laughing
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11.15
- Still nothing from our morons Eze & Francis, so father Elephterie write to ALL (brother Nicodemus and brother Josephus are in CC):
Quote:
Reverend PrinceAnthony, Pastor Francis Eburue, more than 24 hours have passed since my previous message and none of you has had the decency to answer to the problems that I have outlined in that message.
This is intolerable and is a defiance of my authority as General Secretary of the Church. The fact that you choose to ignore my messages makes me think that the existence of the entire Lagos parish can be called into question.

I have decided to temporarily stop any kind of collaboration with you, until we unravel all the unclear issues surrounding the admission of all believers to the church, and until you two show respect for our hierarchy.
The shipping company sent me a short info-text telling me that the Reverend PrinceAnthonyEze is in constant contact with them and that he ask (on our behalf???) for the parcel to be shipped through a third party.
I mean, Reverend Eze has time repeatedly to talk to the TSC representatives, but he does not have time to answer to our messages? Unacceptable!
I am disappointed with all these things, and I begin to seriously doubt the good and faithful intentions of our brothers in Lagos!

I will make serious recommendations to our brother Josephus to look for another Project Manager for the Cathedral because I feel that things are not as they should be!
Brother Josephus, I will let your heart decide how you want to spend your fortune, but I do my duty and I draw attention that now, at this moment, we do not have a functional parish in Lagos and that Reverend Eze does not respond promptly to our messages. From my point of view, as Secretary of the Church, he does not fully meet our expectations and I do not think he is fit to take care of the construction of the Cathedral (as CPM).


Be blessed, all of you!
father Elephterie

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13.15 - Two hours later, we already have some reactions... Laughing Laughing Laughing

Reverend Eze, to father Elephterie:
Quote:
Dear Father Elefterie,
Attention: Fathers Nektarie, Nicodimus, His Excellency Cardinal Euphrosie and Brother Josephus.

May grace and peace from God the Father of all creations continue to uphold you through the resurrection power of His dear son.

If ye have heard of the dispensation of the grace of
God which is given to me to you ward..where I was made a minister , according to the gift of the grace of God given unto me ...that I should preach the gospel among the gentiles the unsearchable riches OF Christ "
Ephesians 3:2,7,8

Money and Wealth are not my reasons for ministry !
The hunger for position and power are not my motivation or my addiction for "the Father's " business!
Affluence and opulence is not what drives or gives me the "kicks" in the Lord's work.
*I love Jesus and this in itself compels me to love men unconditionally.
My primary assignment is pointing men to Christ and drawing lost souls to the cross! WHAT ABOUT YOU?
This is my vision and mission and it's my passion!
The hunger and desire to see men repent and converted, drives me continually....
The unquenchable thirst and yearning to see souls moving and thronging Heaven's Hallway, should define our mission and be the passion and drive of everyone called into the Service of the Lord's Army!
John Praying Hyde , a man that changed the landscape of the church in his time by ardent and fervent style of prayer had one major cry and prayer to God ...
*"Lord give me One soul today or I die!!!!"*
He moved the number up with each passing day, as the Lord granted him the cry of his heart, One soul to heaven! Where is our zeal and passion for souls today??? Are we marching on the Lord's side to get men genuinely saved today or leaning on our own understanding believing that Eternal Life is ours on a platter of Gold?
Let's wake up to our heavenly vision Oh men of the alter if we know that we're truly on the Lord's side....
The Lord will hold us all accountable for the lost SOULS that we did not pray and work into heaven! For every soul lost out of the church because of personal ego, show of Supremacy, the man on the alter shall account for them.

I seek not Wealth ...
I seek not Fame...
I seek not Praises from men..
I seek not Titles....
But I serve the Lord because I love Him!!!
I believe every true man/woman of God in Christ Royal Service should be thus minded because God's judgement on the last day is not going to be according to any man's idea because all that will form the back up root for it are already in the coded words of the Holy Bible!

Man made laws will not save any man on the judgement day. Titles and church affiliation shall neither save anyone. I came into the Holy Lamb family purposely to show men the True-Way if I find it so.

CONCERNING THE BAPTISM: Below is paragraph 2 of the message that I received from Beloved Brother Josephus on the 31st of July, 2018.

** "2. The newly baptized must sit on the bench and reflect on the journey they have begun to take.

Under these circumstances, after discussing this with Father Nicodemus and the elders, I do believe we have come up with a solution as there is an exception to every rule. YOU will do the initial baptisms of all currently wishing to join and found your first parish. Of course this ceremony must be video and photographed to be kept in the grand sacristy here in Aberdeen. The baptisms can happen at the local place you have begun your worship under these conditions

You must have a poster size photo of the monument of faith to reflect upon. This poster must be a minimum of 36" X 48". A collage of photos of the monument would also be accepted. The photos in the collage should be no bigger than 5 X 7 and no smaller than 4 X 6. 3 1/2 X 5 are not acceptable. You must then anoint your local pastor for this parish. In Father Nektarie's absence, Father Nicodemus will be getting you an application form for him as well as the sign card for his photo. Procedure for the photo with sign card and application are the same as yours. He will also provide you with the anointment ritual.

Now then, I would suggest tasking your new pastor to have his congregation either move the existing monument of faith OR build their own. Ideally this monument should be centrally located so that your new parishes all have reasonable access. Future baptisms must be conducted at the monument of faith.* * *

From the above, you can see that I did not carry out the baptismal rite in this manner on my own will but by the advice of the elders there.

Matthew 5:15, 16 Neither do men light a candle, and put it under a bushel, but on a candlestick; and it giveth light unto all that are in the house. Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven.

Let us with our manners call others to come. Father Elephterie sir, from your first mail, no man that understand the true way of eternal life would be encouraged in this race.

Father Elephterie sir, permit me to say this in a family manner, in Nigeria, there are well over 3000 registered churches and everyone is at liberty to fellowship with the denomination of his choice. In church leadership, you don't Boss on people because the way you treat people will attract other brethren. Unless you want people to believe otherwise.

If I had met Fathers Nektarie, Nicodimus, our dearest Cardinal Euphrosie and beloved brother Josephus in a Bossy manners, I wouldn't have sold my car as a commitment to the MUIE family.
I wouldn't have as well pull all these great men and women together and still kept working to bring many in.
Sir, kindly think about my message and apply the required approach so that we can get on the wheels.

Jesus Christ our Lord and Saviour, the One and Only Lamb of God that was slain for our redemption, in His leadership manner which all of us including you unless otherwise are following, He was gentle, meek, lowly and FATHERLY; that's the good reason why we're all following Him.

In the light of the above, I want to make it clear that if brother Josephus' dream is to come true, if my dream of raising the largest membership for the MUIE worldwide is to become a reality and I mean if the church in Nigeria is to stand and not scatter, YOU'RE THE ONE TO DECIDE it by your approach and style of leadership.

Shalom ha'mashach
Rev. AnthonyG.Eze


Pastor Francis, to "all":
Quote:
Dear Father Elephterie,
Good morning and may the Holy Lamb be with you and give you more wisdom and understanding in Jesus mighty name, Amen!

Father, I want to say that by tone of your mails,you are not encouraging us at all. And that is not quite good. You do not even know what we're passing through here. Your last mail was just yesterday and as you know father, we had service and after that we had meeting to put heads together to see how the Nigeria parish will grow and way forward given by the fact that yesterday was our last given day to vacate our temporary worship venue.

Sir,we're under intense pressure here and your mails are not helping matters in any way at all. Instead, it is as a matter of fact discouraging.

As I type this mail right now with my phone, am inside my car while my driver is heading on our way to where we're trying to negotiate another place. All these are pressures on us here and yet all messages from you put us off (rather than encourage us). To say d least sir,I am going take time off to think twice on this whole commitment and circumstance). Leadership that I have seen and learnt of, is always motivational and encouraging rather than authoritative and quarrelsome. At my age and level where God has placed me, am not dragging anything with any man neither am I seeking for position, power or money. To hell with all that. I am not interested. My interest is to serve God in truth and spirit (win souls for Christ) and that is all, - that in the end,I may qualify for the crown of Glory as a good servant of the Holy Lamb. I am not after your money or whatever parcel/s. No,not interested lest no man think that it makes any meaning to me. (what have I not seen in life)

As for the cathedral, build it in Nigeria or not, I care no less any more. After all,in Africa today,Nigeria is the defacto capital. Father, please, I am not a beggar of position, money or parcel. All my interest is to serve God please. By any parameter, to open a parish, the headquarter church should be 100% involved. But am under this pressure because Rev.PrinceEze talked me into abandoning my senatorial ambition for the MIUE church collaboration. I did not bargain for this kind of pressure though it would have been a good pressure if there is brotherly love and encouragement.

As for the repeat of the baptism with milk and honey,we're right now running around to get a new place for the church to enable us do that. Dear father, please, in the name of the Holy Lamb who died for our salvation, let us do this with the love and trust of God eschewing rancour and militancy.(After the wonderful message last weekend by father Nicodim,I thought this week will be a better week to make reasonable progress and understanding). I end so far for now.

Thanks a lot father and remain rapture able in Jesus mighty name, Amen!! Regards to all brethren over there


- I have not answered anything yet, but I will still play the role of "the mad & bad cop". Father Josephus and father Nicodemus are "the good cops". Laughing Laughing Laughing
- Still nothing on the "safari side" of our story. We will wait.
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14.42 - Brother Josephus... a big slap on Eze's face. clapping
Quote:
Bishop Select Eze,

Let us take a look at your email. specifically what you stated about the baptismal rites....note the highlighted and bold items below.

** "2. The newly baptized must sit on the bench and reflect on the journey they have begun to take.

Under these circumstances, after discussing this with Father Nicodemus and the elders, I do believe we have come up with a solution as there is an exception to every rule. YOU will do the initial baptisms of all currently wishing to join and found your first parish. Of course this ceremony must be video and photographed to be kept in the grand sacristy here in Aberdeen. The baptisms can happen at the local place you have begun your worship under these conditions

You must have a poster size photo of the monument of faith to reflect upon. This poster must be a minimum of 36" X 48". A collage of photos of the monument would also be accepted. The photos in the collage should be no bigger than 5 X 7 and no smaller than 4 X 6. 3 1/2 X 5 are not acceptable. You must then anoint your local pastor for this parish. In Father Nectarie's absence, Father Nicodemus will be getting you an application form for him as well as the sign card for his photo. Procedure for the photo with sign card and application are the same as yours. He will also provide you with the anointment ritual.

Now then, I would suggest tasking your new pastor to have his congregation either move the existing monument of faith OR build their own. Ideally this monument should be centrally located so that your new parishes all have reasonable access. Future baptisms must be conducted at the monument of faith.* * *

From the above, you can see that I did not carry out the baptismal rite in this manner on my own will but by the advice of the elders there.


Bishop Select, you were granted a concession for the baptism of your local reverend only. You were not granted any kind of deviation from the words that must be spoken. You were granted a concession to get the new Parish up and running so that we could get you appointed BOA and get working on the cathedral.

Your deviation authorization was for your local reverend only. YOU opted to baptize a bunch of parishioners prior to your appointing a local reverend. This was a decision YOU made and YOU made alone.

Father Elephterie is perfectly within his authorities and duties to reject these ceremonies. Had you done the needful and gotten this all together in the time you dragged your feet for Father Nektarie, and he was able to get them recorded in the holy archives, it would be a done deal. But YOU didn't. And once again we have yet another example of you reading only the portions of the email that you want to, ignoring the rest. And then you want to try to lay the blame on me ?

Thank you for allowing me to further clarify this situation.

Be Blessed
Brother Josephus

Laughing Laughing Laughing
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15.18 - Father Elephterie, that inflexible man of the church. Laughing
Quote:
@All of you:

Neither brother Nicodimus, nor brother Josephus do not have the necessary experience to decide / to approve the repeated violation of our precepts.
What has been offered as only one exception from the Rules has turned into a permanent one habitude. Unacceptable!


We have closed any kind of discussion as long as the issues discussed above are not positively resolved in full compliance with our rules:
1) Baptism to be done correctly, for all of our believers, following the MUIE precepts.
2) The penance imposed by our old brother Nektarie it was required almost a week ago. It is a sign of the lack of respect that this has not happened so far.
3) I am very surprised to see Rev. Eze does not recall the fact that he has not yet received the BOA rank, because he has not fulfilled the last condition required to join in this important posture.


Under these circumstances, I remain convinced that everything should be done properly, if we want to have a healthy base and if we want to sleep with the thoughtful and quiet mind.
I have presented the case of Lagos parish to His Excellency, Cardinal Euphrosie, and he thinks the same thing as me:
"No House of Lord can be raised to Heaven if its foundation is not well done!"

Be blessed,
father Elephterie

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18.20 - Brother Josephus, to everybody... At this point, I think our idiots are extremely confused Laughing
Quote:
Esteemed Clergy,

Please allow me to present the second to last conceptual rendering from the architect.

Image

The architect has ONCE AGAIN asked if the local MUIE community would like to participate with input on his final rendering.

My concern is bigger than that. I STILL Have received NO ANSWER from my current Cathedral Project Manager concerning what land is going to be used for what. Which land is being proposed for the local parish? Which land is being proposed for the Cathedral?

I have an architect completing renderings for a dimensions of a parcel of land that may not be where the cathedral is being proposed?

Bishop Select, what is the hold up with regard to your duties as Cathedral Project Manager?
Reverend Francise is your local Parish reverend, he needs to be working on local parish business and you need to be focused on cathedral business.

Brother Josephuss

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Tuesday

07.15 - Our morons was very silent in the last few hours, so manager Qesha (from Niger) wrote to Rev. Eze:
Quote:
As Salamu Alaykum, Sir PrinceAnthony!
I have informed yesterday our central headquarters about your request, but by this hour I have not received anything. Did you talk to the Sender about this matter? In most cases, direct Sender-Receiver communication is far more efficient than the official channels that process information in Seattle's central servers. I recommend you to contact the Sender and explain the local situation, because I'm sure there will be no problems in this regard.

Masha'Allah!
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11.15 - Nothing from them ...
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11.36 - From Cardinal Euphrosie, to all:
Quote:
My dear sons,

Father Elephterie told me some bad things about all the messes there. I'm a little worried.
Is anyone able to explain to me everything that is happening in Lagos and what is the current situation with our new Parish?
Even if they sin against you seven times a day and seven times come back to you saying 'I repent,' you must forgive them!
Luke 17.4


In the sacred name of our Holy Lamb, be blessed!
Cardinal Euphrosie

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Few hours later, our idiot Eze wrote to brother Josephus (only to him):
Quote:
Greetings to you sir and grace be multiplied to you.

With all due respect sir, permit me to clarify one point in your message yesterday. I am neither shifting blame on you in anyway. I simply said that the leadership qualities displayed by Fathers Nektarie and Nicodimus and your humble and respectable self kept me moving in the course of MUIE.

Thanks and remain blessed
Rev. PrinceAnthonyG.Eze

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15.41 - Brother Josephus, to our moron Eze:
Quote:
Thank you for the clarification. Despite the early miscues it does appear you have the support of your flock. I have spent several days seeking guidance on this matter from the Holy Lamb and have the confidence that you can in fact handle the job of not only Bishop of Africa but we are going to move forward with you as Cathedral Project Manager.

I trust you are in receipt of the courtesy package and the 15,000 stipend I included for you to serve as CPM?

I anxiously await your replies to the pending cathedral business
Be Blessed

Brother Josephus

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Later, in the evening:
- Brother Josephus wrote to father Elephterie, to Eze and Francis:
Quote:
All Concerned,

We are kind of dead in the water here with regard to our cathedral business.

Advise of local status ASAP.

We have several items before the Cathedral Project Manager that need to be answered/taken for action. What is the hold up?


- Brother Josephus, to Cardinal Euphrosie (all the rest are in CC):
Quote:
Your Excellency,

I was asked to update you on what I know.

We are waiting on answers and action items before both Reverend Francise at the Parish level and Bishop Select Eze at the cathedral level.

As I understand it, the local hierarchy ran into a problem of some sort with the proposed land for the parish and the cathedral. They were working through that yesterday we have to my knowledge received no updates as of yet.

There seems to have been some hesitation of beginning the process of becoming self sufficient regarding taking collections and fundraising.

The corporate resolutions for the Cathedral are about completed and Mr Peerce is making arrangements for he or one of his staff members to travel to Lagos and effect those legals.

Should we not have answers from our new Bishop Select and new Reverend at that time, Mr Peerce or his associate will be able to hopefully get eyes on this whole thing and provide some answers.

It is a glorious time for MUIE, we will finally be expanding throughout Africa.

Be Blessed

Brother Josephus


- Brother Josephus, only to idiot Francis:
Quote:
Reverend,

Have you been able to look into this Dr Evans_Egobia matter? Once he secured this fund and it was set to be donated to your parish, he has disappeared. I am hoping you can take this for action and shed some light on what is going on here?

Be Blessed

Brother Josephus

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I haven't heard anything from any of the lads recently. In a few days Nicodim will pop in and wonder why neither of the lads took any of my wonderful advice, but I'm more inclined to let them sort out their own affairs for now and hopefully get us some results that we can appreciate.

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 19, 2018 5:35 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Wednesday

- Dear "pastor" Francis wrote to brother Josephus:
Quote:
Good evening brother Josephus,
Unfortunately, Dr Egobia dispelled the issue of having any of your monies. We got talking to him last weekend and today as well through the BOA elect,Eze.
I should suggest you reach him personally to iron out that issue summarily.


On the other mail concerning my outing yesterday on a worship center for our parish, as I speak,it has not been quite easy. Today also was another hectic day trying to get somewhere but no luck yet. However, I've decided to meet with the General (Rtd) tomorrow morning to plead with him to allow us just two weeks with hope that within this two week period, we must have arrived on something very concrete as per paying him up as we agreed abinitio with him.

Thank you so much for this great show of concern. Am elated.(1 John 3 v 1(a); "Behold what manner of love the father has bestowed upon us,that we should be called the sons of God".and in chapter 4 v 11-13,"Beloved,if God so loved us,we ought also to love one another. (12) No one had seen God at any time. If we love one another, God dwelleth in us,and His love is perfected in us.(13) Hereby know we that we dwell in Him, and He in us, because he hath given us of His Spirit".

Brother Josephus,thank you so much for all your wonderful interventions as well as father Nicodimus. God will reward you mightily in Jesus name, Amen!!
I am ones again encouraged and energized to work hard and serve the Holy Lamb with you all as my brothers and partners in Christ Jesus
.


That is my brief report for now on those issues as requested.
May the Holy Lamb protect you and all yours,Amen!!

Francis

- Dear "Reverend" Eze, to brother Josephus:
Quote:
Greetings to you beloved brother Josephus sir, Grace and peace be multiplied to you in Jesus Christ name.

In view of the conceptual drawings of Grand Cathedral, I want to state here that we in the Nigerian Holy Lamb family praise this particular drawing but however we still stand on the first one.

Sir, the 2 parcel land which we have made mention of are well enough to take the Grand Cathedral here in Lagos. The land is strategically located and with a good opportunity for further expansion through the back side of it.

Thanks and remain blessed ever

PrinceAnthonyG.Eze

- The same Reverend Idiot, for the same brother Josephus:
Quote:
Beloved brother Josephus,.

Permit me to say that I appreciate your kind and and understanding. You have an amazing leadership grace and I pray that the Holiest of the Lambs continue His works in your life.

Thanks for looking beyond the ordinary in order to get the true me to work with.
As for the package, I must inform you that we haven't received it yet. The company suggested a 3rd party arrangements which they feel is good for all of us, we agreed and they're saying that the headquarters should give them an authorization letter before they can embark on the arrangement to deliver it to Lagos.
Shalom and grace be multiplied to you in Jesus Christ name.

PrinceAnthonyG..Eze


- The idiots no longer communicate with me (as Father Elephterie), but communicate intensely with the rest of the prelates of the church (Josephus and Nicodemus). Laughing Laughing Laughing
- Obviously, approval for the use of a 3rd company (DHL) must be given by Father Elephterie. Oups, big problem here! Laughing Laughing Laughing
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08.50
- The "bad cop" (secretary Elephterie) wrote to ALL:
Quote:
Good morning brothers,

I still await clear answers from Reverend Eze and Pastor Francis. They will make all their efforts to complete the documentation required for the registration of the Lagos parish among MUIE sister communities?
God has endowed me with power and patience, but that does not mean I will allow you to abuse this quality of mine! Reverend Eze, when you complete your investment process as BOA?
Our dear brother Josephus believes too much in his dream of raising the MUIE Grand Cathedral to Heaven and he no longer looking down at concrete details.
This may be the first case in which our Holy Church sponsors entities that are not properly recorded.
I will vote against, and I'll expose the whole case to the Council of MUIE Elders.


Be blessed,
Father Elefterie

I really would like to see this lad tattooed on his body... maybe even more than knowing he went to safari.
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10.10 - Brother Josephus wrote to our idiot Eze:
Quote:
Bishop Select,

I spoke with Father Elephterie earlier this morning and he has told me that he has given you instructions to resolve the issue regarding the courtesy parcel and funds and that the ball is in your court.

With regard to the outstanding items regarding the cathedral business? When can I expect your reply to the other items before you currently waiting on your input/action?

When can I expect the details on the new land you have identified? I now once again have Mr Peerce on hold

Have you talked with/done the needful regarding the local authorities? Can a cathedral be built on this land? With each passing day, there are more questions and no answers.

Brother Josephus

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11.27 - Just to annoy him a little Laughing ... my manager Qesha, of Niger branch, write to our moron Eze:
Quote:
Salam, Sir Prince_Anthony!
Nothing from the Sender, yet. Indeed, by the time of the deadline, there are 5 weeks, so there is enough time.
Please be kind enough to fill in and send me that Questionnaire related to the Customer Satisfaction.
We really need your opinions and it's even important to us in terms of getting our monthly bonus.



Masha'Allah!
Qesha
Laughing Laughing Laughing
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17.30 - Another one slap on the Eze's face... father Josephus:
Quote:
Bishop Select,

Another business day has gone by, It is now 530 PM

And I have another day of silence from you as Cathedral Project Manager.

You have several items before you that need to be addressed/answered/etc and I have another day where progress can not be made on this end because you have not done the needful.

Please explain yourself


Brother Josephus

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Thursday

More messages between Brother Josephus and our idiots... things get funny.
Including the name of the good doctor Egobia was brought into discussion. Laughing

- Brother Josephus, to "pastor" Francis and "reverend" Eze:
Quote:
Reverend Francise,

I am VERY TROUBLED by this latest development regarding Dr Egobia's dishonesty and more concerning is that our Bishop Select seems indifferent.
Here is the last communication we had with Dr Egobia regarding the original business we were conducting and his theft from your church.
Please note this communication was intertwined in other communication so I have taken the liberty of isolating it for ease of reading. Dr Egobia is in Red, I am in Blue and Bishop Select is in Green

... a lot of old messages, between all the people...


Reverend Francise,

So as you can see, the Bishop Select WAS in fact aware of this thievery. This needs to be looked into on a local level. Dr Egobia asked for a bank account to deposit my share into. I have donated my share to the LOCAL PARISH, and as you can see Dr Egobia has stolen that money from YOUR LOCAL PARISH. Bishop Select or yourself was to get Dr Egobia the bank account for your local parish. That seems to have never happened.

I have copied Father Elephterie on this matter as I do not believe he was aware of this either. We have done everything we can regarding funding your local parish from both the headquarters and from my personal donations.
I am troubled by the fact that you claim that you have spoken to Dr Egobia about this matter and both he and the Bishop Select are playing dumb here?
Dr Egobia has money that has been donated to YOUR parish.

I need YOUR help in rectifying this abomination if in fact you are in contact with this criminal. This needs to be resolved locally for the good of YOUR PARISH. It is time to take ownership of YOUR parish.


I await your reply
Brother Josephus


- "Reverend" Idiot Eze, answering to the last yesterday message of Josephus... He claims that the place to build the cathedral has already been chosen.
Quote:
A very pleasant evening to you sir,
In the beauty of His holiness, has He made all things beautiful in it's time. Glory be to the Lamb!!

I have said it before that the reasons why I chose this location for the Grand Cathedral of the Holy Lamb family in Africa.

1. It is strategically located.

2. We stand a good chance of possible expansion at the back Street.

3. It's in the heart of the residential area of Dopemu and Alimosho in Lagos.

There is no restrictions in terms of the size and and beauty of the Cathedral. It's just 10 minutes drive to the Muritala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos.

Meanwhile, we're still talking with the General Adeniyi to allow us probably 2 more weeks before we're done with the deal.

Shalom ha'mashach!

Rev. Prince_Anthony_GEze


- The same idiot Eze, about "the parcel":
Quote:
... ABOUT THE PARCEL?

Sir in view of the ongoing drama about the said parcel in Niamey, I want to inform you that we have no issues claiming it but the shipping company sent messages to me seeking an approval to use a 3rd party shipping company like Red Star, DHL or FedEx to move it to Nigeria.
I gave them the go ahead order and they now said that the final instructions to use a 3rd party company before they can swing into actions. So they're waiting for your instructions.

Shalom ha'mashach!
Rev. Prince_Anthony_G_Eze


- Brother Josephus, regarding "The Cathedral" things...
Quote:
Bishop Select,

Well I am happy about the land. You need to obtain all of the official documentations regarding this land. Platt of Survey (that is what they call it in the USA), I need photos as it sits front back side and side for the architect.
Please make this happen sooner than later

With regard to the parcel, that is not my purview and as such I have copied Father Elefterie on this message.

Be Blessed
Brother Josephus


- It's funny how church prelates deal with the various aspects of the story... idiots are questioned by everyone, but the answers must be properly targeted.
- In this way, we have managed to create the appearance of a large and very well organized clerical structure: the MUIE church. Laughing Laughing Laughing

08.00 - Father Elephterie wrote a long explanatory message, to all:
Quote:
Good morning brothers and be blessed, all of you!
Regarding the previously reported issue of using a third party company that will untie the package and inventory the products inside, let me repeat what our old brother Nektarie has already said quite clearly.
I read from the correspondence between our former secretary and you. I have all the messages in front of me and I see that the text has been received by all of you!
---
Brother Josephus, brother PrinceTony, what is this strange message? The package was supposed to arrive in Nigeria, not in Niger!
As you well know, all those money that is hidden inside is illegal. We have there nearly $40,000, for Jesus Christ name, it's a real nightmare!
The transport company is NOT allowed to transport money (so we do not allow an outsider to open that parcel and find that huge amount of money there).

Cardinal Euphrosie is already extremely disappointed with the performance of the Lagos team, and I do not want to make things worse than that!
Reverend PrinceTony, what is your team's involvement in this matter? Who do you send out to pick up the parcel?

---

Let me clarify, once again and for the last time, this delicate aspect of the problem:
- The transport company is NOT a bank and does NOT have a license to operate with financial... as such, NOT allowed to carry money or other financial instruments (checks, shares, certificates of earnings, etc.)!
- We used TSC services for our transports in Tete (at the local parish led by Reverend Adamma) and there were never such delivery problems. The packages arrived at their destination, sealed. We have always hidden sums of money in parcels for Reverend Adamma's parish because we wanted to avoid the involvement of other foreign persons (bank officers). No one knows the parish has money, so nobody plans to attack and steal from our church there.
- On the same idea, we did the same with the parish of Lagos. Grant money was hidden there with the thought that the Reverend Eze would benefit directly and unconditionally without the involvement of third parties (banks) and without the risk of thieves and attacks. The fact that the Nigerian authorities withdrew the operating license on Nigeria is a terrible bad luck and it does not depend on us to solve the problem. I later learned that our brother Josephus included an additional "personal" amount of money (for the Cathedral project coordinator). So, under these conditions, that package was just over $40,000, money staying in the Niger warehouse for nearly two weeks.
- The involvement of a third shipping company implies that a DHL representative is present when the parcel is opened and a complete inventory of the goods inside is made. The inventory is sent to the Sender and Receiver, and they confirm the accuracy of the data there. The parcel is then sealed again and taken over by DHL. So, when the money is found there, they will be confiscated immediately. The customs authorities will be notified and a tax fraud case will be drawn up. TSC will be financial fined and we will never be able to use their services again. The money will remain in the custody of the customs authority.

My correspondence with representatives TSC Seattle (Headquarters) revealed that they recognized this problem (with the Nigerian authorities), they have offered some alternatives reception package (if traveling in Niger is really impossible) and they took all the financial costs trip. This is true?
- If YES (and do not see the reason why they would lie me), then what is the reason why the parcel has not yet been taken over?
- Are you so indolent that you can not make a small effort and get possession of a package that was sent specially to you? Nobody, even nobody there is able to do that?
- What kind of responsibility do you have to the people in your own parish, if you are not able to solve a simple logistics problem?

I'm upset, disappointed and I'm so ashamed to have to explain these things, again and again, as if you were children.
Gum beannaicheadh Dia thu!
father Elephterie

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10.04
- I will not be online (in RL) this weekend, so manager Qesha wrote to our idiot Eze:
Quote:
Sabah el Kheir, Mr. Prince Anthony! Please Sir, let me tell you that in the next two days (Friday and Saturday) I will not be present at the warehouse, because I must accompany one special shipment. Masha'Allah! Qesha ---Sent from my Iphone---
Laughing Laughing Laughing
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14.11 - Pastor Francis wrote to father Elephterie (Josephus, Nicodim and idiot Eze are in CC):
Quote:
Dearest father,
Greetings. I want to thank you dearly for your fatherly concern on the package.

As a matter of fact, I do not intend to talk about this issue again for some personal obvious reasons. One being that of the failure of the shipping company to act in line with it's accepted contract terms of delivery to Lagos, Nigeria. Be that as it may,my only suggestion in this matter is for you to instruct them to take the package to their office in Cotonou, Benin republic - (please note,"Cotonou" only). When in Cotonou, I assure you that we have enormous network and security to pick it up from there. This is the best concession we can make concerning the package issue.

Father, I thought as our father, that you will be concerned about our predicament presently regarding our temporary worship place and all we faced in the past few days. Unfortunately father, in your anger,you cared not. But, it is incumbent upon you to know every bit of the problems of your flocks. Be that as it may, my dear father, to save you all the details, we had to go back to the General (rtd) yesterday after all our efforts failed,and by the special Grace of the Holy Lamb, we were given another two week grace to arrange ourselves. After sending you this mail,I'll communicate to brother Josephus officially on this matter.

Further more, father, on the issue of the milk and honey baptism, now that the Grace of two weeks has been given to us,we shall proceed to do the needful. Thanks for your patience.

Finally, as per the delegation of our Nigerian parish for the November meeting, we were made to understand that application for visas must be filed one month ahead of time. This means that we must file our Visa application on or before the end of this month. In this regard therefore, find below the names of our delegation viz:
(1). BOA elect - PRINCE_ANTHONY_GABRIEL_EZE.(Leader of the team).
(2). FRANCIS_CHUKWUNENYE_EBURUE (Local parish pastor).
(3). ONYEKWERE_EKE_CHIDIEBERE (Secretary).
(4). ONWUGBUTA_GLADYS NGO (Welfare).
(5). ONWUGBUTA_REBECCA_PRIYE (PA to the BOA).
(6). ELDER ARISA_EJIKEME_OKIKE_IGNATIUS (Adviser).

Those are the members of our parish delegation to the meeting in November at Aberdeen.
The earlier we can get the invitation letters, the better for us to enable us start our Visa applications.
Thanking you for your usual fatherly cooperation. Blessings and Grace in the name of our glorious Holy Lamb, Amen!!
Your son,
Francis

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15.04 - The same idiot pastor Francis, to brother Josephus:
Quote:
Brother Josephus.
Greetings and Grace of the Holy Lamb upon you and all yours.Amen!!

I received your mail last night with all the attachments of your communications with Dr Egobia.

As a matter of fact, am not supposed to be involved in your transactions with him because my major concern now is focused on the parish matters, the preaching of the Gospel of the Holy Lamb and how to contribute my quota in the advancement of the kingdom of God. However, I took a very positive and urgent step this morning to meet with the BOA elect - Eze who placed an immediate call to Dr Egobia and we discussed the subject matter extensively. The summary of the discussion as follows;
(i). He said when he initiated the a transaction, you were not forthcoming with the necessary contribution for funding.
(ii). He sort for a partner to finance the transaction but could not find any credible one.
(iii). The business in question did not take place for lack of sponsorship.
(iv). That he did not receive nor collect a dime from you. And even when his wife died, you claimed sending him a thousand dollars or thereabout which till now is a mirage.
In the light of the above,he said there was neither a transaction done nor did he collect any money/ies from you making it impossible for him to owe you.

Regarding the package, I've just written to father Elephterie on my thinking and way forward if indeed there is anything like that. The stories and drama surrounding the said package is very ambiguous and sounds funny and like a tale in the moon light. However, I made a final concession that the shipping company should send the package (if any) to Cotonou, Benin republic where they claim they have another office. If it is there in Cotonou, we shall make necessary arrangement/s to take delivery there from. We can arrange necessary security/ies there (no problems though it'll cost us so much because we have to pay duty and so on).

Finally, we were with the General (rtd) yesterday and the Holy Lamb showed us favour and he accepted our request for a two week grace to enable us arrange ourselves prior to the final payment of the property for the cathedral project.

Once again, thanks for your great and compassionate show of concern in the midst of that predicament which threw us into few days of confusion and pandemonium. God bless you.
Grace of God be with you and all yours, Amen!!

Yours in the service of the Holy Lamb,
Francis

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 21, 2018 1:55 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Nicodim's response:
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In my haste responding to the message, I did not even notice your confirmation that you will have a delegation visiting Aberdeen in November. This is very exciting news, and we will welcome you like the family you are to us. I am not an expert on international law and visa requirements, but I will look into this and see what we here can help with. I cannot testify to each member of your delegation's moral character, though I certainly have much to talk about regarding you and your Bishop. Still, I am assuming we can get away with boilerplate, as I obviously know for sure that any one you suggest will be of good moral standing, and if we find some disqualifying conduct, then that burden falls entirely on you. Looking online at what visa requirements I can find, it appears that a "Standard Visitor visa" is in order, similar to what I had originally all those years ago; I now hold dual citizenship, which is unsurprisingly quite convenient. Anyway, looking at the questions, how long will you be visiting us? I would guess a week or two, but we have a lot to impart. The main issue is that I do not think any of us here in Aberdeen want to solve visa issues should they arise, so I would err on the side of caution. I do not think you would count as coming on an "academic" visa, as learning about church operations, while scholarly, does not fit the traditional definition. And looking at the website, here is a list of the data the immigration officers need:

the dates you’re planning to travel to the UK
details of where you’ll be staying during your visit
how much you think your trip will cost
your current home address and how long you’ve lived there
your parents’ names and dates of birth
how much you earn in a year
You might also need:

details of your travel history for the past 10 years (as shown in your passport)
your employer’s address and telephone number
your partner’s name, date of birth, and passport number
the name and address of anyone paying for your trip
the name, address and passport number of any family members you have in the UK
details of any criminal, civil or immigration offences you have committed

As you can see, this is a lot of information, so you had best gather this information quickly. But what I do not see on the website is a requirement for a recommendation letter; are you sure that you need one? All I can find is that you need to go to a visa application center in Lagos or Abuja and apply there. Please clarify this.

Be blessed,
Nicodim

More work, more annoyances. I don't know what he was talking about earlier with the recommendation letters, as I could not find that requirement on the UK immigration website. If it is there, that will only delay things further. At this point I can't really help the lads with the immigration stuff, they will just need to figure it out themselves. If they ask for addresses, that could be a problem, especially if some immigration officer wants to know what the church is. I doubt they're even serious about coming to Aberdeen, but I figure it can't hurt to take their request seriously to eat up more of their time.

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 21, 2018 2:46 am Reply with quoteBack to top

The "good doctor" is still seeking money and is hoping the hacker/insider connection he has will provide him money soon.

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Dear Ms.Victoria

Hence you have the opportunity to move some money without you going through Pierce or Hornal Baru, I need you to strike very swiftly just like the way you hacked Mr.Yukon Cornelius, the man who paid $13,000. So what do you need from me? Moreover what kind of Account do you need to move the money? Please move a very reasonable amount maybe up to $200,000 to $250,000 because with the way things are, am not sure they will be able to work with Rev.Eze as you know that Benjamin wants to cover every corner of the churches avenue. And also he wants to move some money for his own personal use as he usually do which he will not inform you that he did that.

Let me know what you need so that i can provide it for you.

Regards


She wrote him back seeking details which he ignored.

Quote:
Dr Exxxxxx:

Thank you for your reply. The money matter is of interest because there has been some discussion that Mr Wilkerson might be "jump starting" a building fund soon. Determining who is on that committee and who has signing rights is important.

As you are probably aware, there has been a lot of disruption about Mr Eze and his ability to handle the job of being the bishop. Some people want to see him replaced by the new local minister. But if he loses the role of bishop he will be far from the centre of the money.

You advanced a name, a lawyer, for a highly placed role. I think that would be wise as it fills a couple of important functions. One, a lawyer is valuable for a legal view of things, and secondly, he is local. The church has been seeking local input and failed in many ways.

I will support his name for the committee if it is advanced. How will you advance this name since you are not involved in the church business?

Pierce would like a local lawyer to work with, so do you think your candidate could work with him? Given that Pierce wants to skim funds, would your candidate want some of that too?

What I also need to know as things unfold is what are the long term plans. My goal has been to see the building project money start flowing and skim off from that where it is easily hidden. You seem to suggest taking it all at once. That is not so easy to hide!

What are yours and Eze's long term plans for this church? Are we in this for a longer period of skimming or a short term massive haul of funds? Will your lawyer cooperate to skim money or is he actually an honest man? Is he on our side or the side of the church when it comes to money?

Since building projects always take longer and cost more, it was my plan to skim smaller amounts but more frequently. You want it all at once? For what it is worth Pierce seems intent on getting his money thru fake consultation fees and such. He will bill for services never done.

Your comments are needed here as we move forward.


The good doctor is usually evasive and ignored most of Victoria's questions.

Quote:
Dear Ms.Victoria

Madam,

The lawyer is going to be on our side concerning the money aspect. But now, since you said moving the money all at once will raise alarm, how much do you intend to move?

Regards


She wrote him back ignoring his question and asking more herself, plus (not shown) she pasted her original questions again and asked for answers.

Quote:
Sir:

You are putting the cart before the horse here. I need answers to my previous questions. Once I know your position on this I can devise a plan to move money, but it will be done in a way in which we are in agreement.
Is Mr Eze part of this? Should we cut him in for a portion? Or the lawyer? I need to know these things are posed below in red, so I can come up with a plan. Once I have a plan I will run it by you and we can proceed. I don't have signing rights but can "handle" monies authorised by others. So if they "okay" a sum of money, some will go into sundry charges and misc. fees, which will be ours to share.

Please address my issues below and I'll develop a strategy. If your lawyer is on the committee that will ensure you will know what I say is true and no double crossing will take place.


It should be noted that the lawyer he has suggested is also the lawyer in another bait I'm running with the doctor. I've kept them on the hook since last December so frustrating them in another bait at the same time just doubles the fun!

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 24, 2018 6:43 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Monday

The Safari Part:

- our idiots are pretty suspicious about the package and the shipping company, so I would not "move" the package to other countries.
- from the very beginning moments, I offered the Cotonou variant as an "affordable" alternative, so I'm prepared for characters and events... Joojoo (the driver) will leave Parakou and encounter many technical problems on the Parakou-Cotonou route... of course, at the end, Joojoo will open the parcel and discover the hidden money there... he will run away with the money and the TSC will hire a mercenary team to recover the parcel. They will find that money and the whole "problem" will become complicated and delicate at the same time. Laughing
- the documents accompanying the package refer only to Eze and his son, so he is the only person who can sign the papers when picking up the parcel. It is excluded that delivery is made to another person! Laughing
- it does not matter what "connections" they have there in Cotonou, because Eze will have to be present on delivery. It's mandatory! So, the idiot will surely cross the border together (probably) with other friends of his.
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The Land for the Cathedral Part:
- the proposed land for purchase is very good!... of course, church advocates want to see a "Officialy Letter", through which the landlord agrees to sell to the church.
- ohh, of course the Letter must be legalized by a public notary with signature, stamp and legal authentication... of course, our lawyers will recommend also a price negotiation, but this will happen only AFTER we receive the "letter of intent". Laughing
- after negotiating the purchase price and accepting, of course our architects will want to see the geodesic study. How? Is not there a geodesic study? Laughing It is absolutely necessary to know what the structure of the land is, up to a depth of 20 meters... because the foundation of the cathedral will be built at the level of -15m (there are the sacred crypts).

Moron Eze, to brother Josephus:
Quote:
Greetings to you sir, grace and peace be multiplied to you in Jesus Christ name.
Find attached here with, the survey plan of the 6 plots of land that we intend to join together with the General's property for the Grand Cathedral of our great church in Africa.

Like I said in one of my emails last time, if this can be achieved, we're going to buy over all the other properties at the back of the church and rename the street to Our late father Eduardo.
While the Central office shall be named after you because I see that as one of the best way to keep your legacy.
Now concerning the Cathedral plan, I'm going to send a little input that we're coming up with.

Take care of yourself sir and remain blessed in Jesus Christ name
Rev. PrinceAnthonyGEze


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The Visa Part:
- our idiots must send, each of them, a short autobiography (maximum 2 pages), handwritten and authenticated by the notary. These documents are submitted to the church secretariat (to Elephterie) and the church will provide an "official invitation" to attend the MUIE Conference in November.
- certainly, we need also legalized passport copies (to the notary) of team members (the six idiots).
- obviously, since the idiots have not yet sent the movies on the correct baptismal procedure (outside, beside the pyramid, with sacred words), the Lagos MUIE Parish is not officially recognized and is not "recorded" in the MUIE documents. This means, very simply, that our idiots are still not officialy MUIE members. Laughing



Post Scriptum:
1) It seems that the idiots have totally ignored the demand that the old father Nektarie has made about that penance (Pater Noster prayer, handwritten for 30 times)... obviously, the severe secretary Elephterie will return to the problem... obviously, prayer must be written in Latin, but father Elefterie will mention this requirement only AFTER it gets the first version (English). Laughing
2) The idiots also try to ignore the tattoo requirement... if Eze does not have the sacred tattoo of the Lamb on the body, then he can not be a bishop!
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08.13 - Father Elephterie wrote to manager Claude (our moron is in CC):
Quote:
Dear Mr. Postumier,

Please start the official steps to relocate that package to your branch in Benin. Our Nigerian representatives want to take over the package from Benin because it is a more affordable destination.
If other documents are needed on our part, please let me know. The rest of the details remain unchanged (The Receiver and Delivery Address).
If there are some additional costs, I would like to be notified.


Be blessed,
Elephterie / MUIE secretary

- Ten minutes later, manager Claude reply to father Elephterie (Niger manager Qesha and our reverend Idiot Eze are in CC)... of course, the church does not have to do anything special, but the idiot must send a legalized letter (to the notary). Laughing
Quote:
Excellency,

There are no additional costs and we do not need any additional documents from the Sender!

This relocation is considered just an internal movement, as if the Receiver is asking to take over his package from our headquarters.

The Client (the receiver) must send a simple resettlement request letter to the Niamey headquarters (my colleague there, manager Qesha will be delighted to provide assistance).


We assure you of all our consideration and thank you for our long collaboration. We hope you stay with us, as many times in recent years.

Thank you for using TSC, the finest in 5-Star Customer Service.

Claude Postumier


09.11 - Father Elephterie, to our morons:
Quote:
Reverend Eze, Pastor Francis,
The problem of Courtesy Package is solved. Contact the regional manager of Niger and formally request the shipment to Benin branch. There are no additional costs.

Pastor Francis:
1) I'm still waiting for you to complete the complete and correct registration procedures of the Lagos MUIE Parish (filming with the Baptism Ceremony for you and the rest of your faithful).

Reverend Eze:
1) I did not receive from you the files containing the scanned copies of the 30 prayers written by Pater Noster as a sign of penance in front of the old Nektarie.
2) I also do my duty and remind you that your investment procedure as BOA can not be initiated in the absence of Sacred Tattoo. I think it is the third or fourth time that I remember this detail, and you continue to ignore my words. My patience with you begins to end!


Glory to the Holy Lamb!
father Elephterie

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09.35 - From Niamey, the good manager Qesha wrote to our Reverend Idiot Eze... Of course, everything is possible and moving the package to Benin does not involve any additional cost. Laughing
Quote:
Sabah el Kheir! I'm out of the office so I'm writing from my phone. Shortly. Packages moved between TSC warehouses are non-paying operations. From an operational point of view, TSC does not matter where the customer's package is picking up. As long as he / she correctly identifies and signs the receipt. So you can ask that you want to pick up your parcel in Benin warehouse and it does not cost you anything. If you want delivery to a specific address, then yes, some additional costs for the Sender are charged. But, picking up packages from TSC depots is free of charge. If there are other questions, leave them by mail and I will answer as soon as I can. Masha'Allah! Qesha---Sent from my Iphone---

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11.37 - Until now, our idiots have been very quiet... so, manager Qesha (from Niamey) has sent a message to Rev. Eze:
Quote:
Mr. Eze, As Salamu Alaykum!

Mr. Claude informed me that you requested the relocation of the parcel in Benin for its collection in Cotonou. If you insist to return the package back to our branch in Benin, then please send me a legally authentic (to a public notary or a lawyer) Relocation Request Letter where you have to mention:

A) Your full name and your full address (as they are in the documents accompanying the package),
B) A short story about this special problem, some simple explanations are enough.
C) Why you request a new delivery in Benin.

I have the duty to inform you that the TSC warehouse in Benin has the same intern operating rules. To take over the package, you must be able to identify yourself correctly and sign for it.
Alhamdullilah, the manager there (Mr. Akwoodi Osuaze) is a Muslim like me and we both know each other very well. I'll tell him all your story that he will knows who you are and what happened to your package.

Masha Allah!
Qesha

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12.01 - Father Josephus, to our moron Eze:
Quote:
Bishop Select,

Well the land that is being proposed is far greater than initially mentioned. This is wonderful.

Obviously we will need a break down as to specifically which piece of land will be for your local parish and which land for the cathedral.

The land for the local parish will be locally procured/local responsibility whereas the cathedral land will be purchased as part of the development project.

When can I expect all of the rest of the paperwork on this land? Purchase agreement? Pricing? Letter from the local zoning board approving this land for religious use? I trust you have gotten some input on the cathedral designs for the architect from your flock?

When can I expect all of these things? They are obviously needed before we can file the corporate resolutions, commission and fund this project.


Be Blessed
Brother Josephus

- Eze's answer:
Quote:
Greetings sir,
In the name of the Holy Lamb of God, may grace and peace be multiplied to you.

Your email acknowledged. Reply with detailed information as indicated in your email, shall be forwarded to you on Wednesday because we need to use today and tomorrow to work things out.

More grace and good health to you in Jesus Christ name.
Rev. Prince_AnthonyG.Eze

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 25, 2018 7:16 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Tuesday

- It is very funny how idiots avoid communicating with the church secretary... because father Elephterie is severe and not very malleable, the lads try to earn time (until they manage to take possession of the money) without fulfilling the tasks of the church secretary.
- Well, I intend to stress them daily with "Warning" messages! Laughing Laughing Laughing

08.15 - Father Elephterie, to our two morons (Eze and Francis):
Quote:
With indignation, I noticed that you constantly avoid answering my messages, which makes me think you may not yet be ready to receive the Holy Lamb in your hearts.
Let me repeat, once again:

@Pastor Francis:
1) I'm still waiting for you to solve the complete and correct registration procedures of the Lagos MUIE Parish (filming with the Baptism Ceremony for you and the rest of your faithful):

- FrancisEburue
- GladysKpologbo
- IgnatiusArisa
- ChidiOnyekwere
- RebeccaOnwugbuta
- AugustineAkinlusi
- SamuelEze
- SisterAda
- JonathanUgbor

@Reverend Eze:
1) I did not receive from you the files containing the scanned copies of those 30 "Pater Noster" prayer, handwritten by you, as a sign of penance in front of the old brother Nektarie.
2) I also do my duty and remind you that your investment procedure as BOA can not be initiated in the absence of Sacred Tattoo.


be blessed,
father Elephterie

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17.10 - Brother Josephus wrote to our morons:
Quote:
Bishop Select,

The Holy Lamb be praised. How are things progressing regarding the outstanding items. I know you said to expect them tomorrow but I did want to follow up with you and check progress.
There is much to do but we are close to this Cathedral project taking off...it will be most excellent to finally get earth moving.

How about a short update?

Be blessed
Brother Josephus

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 26, 2018 1:05 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Nicodim checks in:
Quote:
My son,
It is good to get these updates from you, especially as I have been busy with other church business in the last few days and have not had as much time as I would like to check on you. All of us here are intently following your progress and waiting for the good news.

Be blessed,
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I am eagerly waiting for whatever "good news" they have for us, but it had better be something good.

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 26, 2018 6:33 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Wednesday - a full day Laughing

It seems that our idiots are starting to mobilize... it seems that we will finally have that "Safari" trip in Cotonou (which I hope to make as long and more unpredictable Laughing )... it seems we will get other movies with "milk and honey".
I also hope that we have a tattoo, among the other trophies.
Glory to the Holy Lamb! Laughing Laughing Laughing
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Church side of the story

- Last night, our "dear pastor" Francis wrote:
Quote:
Good evening my dear father,
I received your mail in the morning but have been out since morning concerning some activities of our local parish coupled with some assignments given to me by the Bishop elect. Honestly, I just got through not quite long.

Now, concerning the issue you raised in the morning and also severally too, I have duly consulted with the Bishop elect- Eze and with all assurances, the milk and honey baptism will unfailingly (by the Grace of the Holy Lamb), take place on Saturday. Kindly bear with us as you have always. We have taken positive steps to informing all concerned.

Thanking you for your usual and fatherly cooperation and understanding. Peace and Grace of the Holy Lamb continue to rest upon you and all yours. Amen!!
Francis


04.44 - In this morning, the Reverend Idiot Eze wrote to father Elephterie and brother Nicodim:
Quote:
A very beautiful morning to you Father Elefterie, may and peace from God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit continue to be with you in Jesus Christ name.

In the love of the Holy Lamb of God, I write this letter to you but not under compulsion but as a diligent follower.

First of all sir, I want to drive you through one neglected truth of the situation on ground regarding the baptismal rite. This untouched truth, is the reason for the delay.

1. I want to understand that before conducting mine, I rented an empty land in very distant area which I lost to the owner. Before the Holy Lamb, I sold off my car, inconvenienced one of my Precious sisters before I rented another land in order to get it done. The videos are there for a proof.

2. In this country, you don't just walk into another man's land to do whatever you like. It's always considered a criminal offense.

2. Building the Pyramid costs a lot of money. You must buy empty sacks, 1¹/² tippers of sand, rent a land for a period of 8 days, all buy, buy, buy. That's the reason why I was given the privilege of using the banner of the Holy Pyramid.

3. If I have the money flowing like rivers, I would have done it long before now. Sir think about it.

ABOUT THE PATER NOSTER STUFF.
I am sending it to you soon.


Shalom ha'mashach

Rev. PrinceAnthonyG.Eze


05.45 - Rev. Idiot Eze sent a message to brother Josephus... regarding the Cathedral land "things".
Quote:
Greetings to you sir and grace be multiplied to you in Jesus Christ name.

Kindly find attached here with, the survey plan from General Adeniyi.

We shall be going to the Lagos State Government Urban Planning office for the approval today and will get back to you as soon as possible.
Remain blessed sir.

Rev. PrinceAnthonyG.Eze


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Safari side of the story

04.54 - Our moron Eze finally sent that "Relocation Letter" (requested by manager Qesha) + other Invitation Letter (for Bar. Pierce)... he's insolent & laconic.
Quote:
For your prompt action.

Thanks
PrinceAnthony


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06.25 - Manager Qesha, polite and "innocent as a lamb" Laughing , wrote to our idiot... surely yes, everything will work out positively.
Obviously, idiots need to complete the "Customer Satisfaction Questionnaire" document. We all want manager Qesha's team to receive a bonus. Right? Laughing
Quote:
Mr. Eze, Sabah el Kheir! I received your message with those two documents.
In a regrettable error, the second document is not that "Customer Satisfaction Questionnaire", which I sent you to be completed a week ago.
You sent to me another document, some a kind of invitation for someone in charge of the cathedral. Please fix the situation, because this document is very important to us.

Air-shuttle arrives regularly on Thursdays and / or Fridays (depending on the amount of cargo to be shipped).
If I get the completed questionnaire from you, then I think we can arrange the parcel expedition even on Thursday.
I have already discussed, in principle, with my friend Akwoodi (Benin Regional Manager) and he confirmed that delivery to Cotonou is not a logistical issue.
A driver with one of the company's trucks will be available to you.


Masha'Allah!
Qesha

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07.05 - Father Elephterie aswer to Francis' last message... our idiots will have a lot of work, and I'm sure (very sure Twisted Evil ) that certain details will not conform to the MUIE precepts. Laughing
Quote:
Good morning and be blessed, dear pastor Francis,
I'm glad to hear these good news from you and I really hope as nothing to be changed for this time.

I am a practical and precise man, so I like to get things done in their natural order.
So, let me repeat:

1) A number of 9 believers (including you) will be baptized on this Saturday, by Reverend Eze.

2) The Baptismal Procedure that old secretary Nectarie detailed a long time ago will be respected.
All the details matter as much, nothing is done futile. Please respect the EXACT requirements of the Ceremony!
If there are any doubts or questions, I will be at your disposal.

3) I hope that this time you will not neglect the need to display that banner with the name and logo of the holy church.


4) My records still lack Jonathan_Ugbor's picture, as "witness of his Faith".

Last time, I was told that he was missing out of the city, but I sincerely hope I will not read this childish pretext anymore.

I expect from you an exact, precise and detailed confirmation at all points above.
Glory to the Holy Lamb!
father Elephterie


07.30 - Half an hour later, father Elephterie wrote to Rev. Idiot Eze:
Quote:
Reverend Eze,

These words hurt me and make me think seriously about the opportunity that was given to you by the grace of the Holy Lamb.
The one who puts money above everything, that one will be down below anyone!
Do not forget Reverend, that everything that happens in life is driven by a certain point, which we only understand when it may be too late!
The latter will be the first, and the Kingdom of Heaven will be theirs!

The Monument of the Faith (The Pyramid) is the heart of each MUIE Parish, and it must be present there at all the important events in the community.
Without the Pyramid, everything is dust in the wind! Exceptionally, you have been allowed to do Francis baptism in that rented room, but this is not a rule but an exception!

The fact that you talk to me non-stop about the money you spent, given that for two weeks you did not make any effort to take that parcel, it seems to me a hypocrisy.
Please do not tell me anything about money, because the Holy Lamb has not suffered for material values!

When will you carry the sacred sign of the Holy Lamb on your body, so that we can invest you as BOA?
His Excellency Cardinal Eufrosie reminded me a few times about this detail, but until now I avoided a decisive discussion.

I remind you that the sacred tattoo must be made in a place (on your chest or on your arm) where it can not be seen by anyone.
It is a "mark" of belonging to the upper MUIE hierarchy, and we bear our mark with humility as the Lamb carried all the sins of mankind.


Glory to the Holy Lamb!
father Elephterie

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14.37 - Pastor Francis:
Quote:
Dear father,
The issue of Jonathan_Ugbor should be ruled out for now because he has relocated from Lagos to far away the South Eastern Nigeria and as such cannot be available for our Holy church activities in Lagos.

Thanks for noting this in your record

Francis

- Father Nicodemus:
Quote:
Thank you for informing us. It is always a great loss to lose someone from your flock, but then again, it is our job to help people grow their wings and fly away. We wish him the best.

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18.00 - Brother Josephus, to Rev. Idiot Eze:
Quote:
Bishop Select,

You are sending me things and not explaining what they are. This is the 4th or 5th survey you have sent me now. What do these mean? WHere is our catherdral going? where is the parish?

what is the status of the rest of the needful?

Be blessed
Josephus

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 27, 2018 6:29 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Thursday

03.41 - Very early in the morning Laughing our reverend Idiot Eze wrote to Claude and Qesha... the same text.
- Obviously, the asshole does not want to fill in that "Customer Satisfaction" questionnaire... just as obvious, I want him to scan the paper, complete it and scan it back to me. Twisted Evil
- The idiot boasts his power of influence in the political environment of Abuja. Yeap, exactly! The power offered by the special ritual: milk and honey, directly from the Holy Lamb! Muhahahaha! Laughing
Quote:
Good morning Mr. Qesha,
Writing back to you to correct an error made in our letter to you yesterday .
I sincerely apologize because the second letter was an error by the staff that scanned the 2 documents. The first was the only due to your office. Kindly disregard the later.
On the questionnaire stuff, I think it would be too early for you to expect me to rate your company when I haven't been served by TSC. Before this package was shipped, we settled the issue of getting it down to Lagos. I was asked to choose a particular location outside Nigeria where I can pick it up, I made it clear that I am not going to anywhere outside Lagos Nigeria to pick it up and we settled it. I was assured that it be delivered to me here in Lagos Nigeria.
Based on the above explanations, if I should rate your self rated " Finest Of the Five Star Shipping Company', think about what it will be. You know what breach of contract means internationally?
Well until I see and take delivery of the package, then I will know exactly how to rate TSC.
Note also that the man you're talking with, I have the power to influence the renewal of your company license in Abuja if the story is true.

Thanks
PrinceAnthonyG.Eze

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04.12 - Reverend Eze, to father Elephterie...
Quote:
Good morning to beloved Father Elephterie,

I write with the high hope that the grace of the Holy Lamb preserved you till this beautiful day.

First I want to correct an impression you have about me not going to Niamey to pick up the package, though you weren't there at the initial stage of the shipment.

Sir I want you to understand that prior to the shipment of the said package, I told about the option of going to another country to pick it and I strongly rejected the idea because it was very strange to me.

I was born and raised into an Import and Export oriented family, therefore I know very well about shipping rules. Secondly despite the distance from Lagos to Niamey, and considering the security situation of Niger Republic, forcing me to go contrary to what we initially agreed upon before the package was shipped, looks very funny and also looks like there's something else in it. Sir with all due respect, as people that are calling on the name of the Lord God Almighty and as His servants, where is the 'Hypocrisy" supposed to be directed to?.

Leaving the shipping company that breached the initial contract terms and be blaming me and members here is not really fair. Serving God requires one being upright in his or her judgement.

Sir that mentioning that I spent money and still do so to maintain our great church here is not a crime. Though if you really know how we started, sir you wouldn't be always angry reading my mails. I am a man that strongly believe in God’s word and when I do things, I make sure that it goes without God's wrath.

Shalom!!!

Rev. PrinceAnthonyG.Eze

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05.36 - Directly from TSC - Seattle Headquarter - Mr. Claude answered to our idiot.
- That questionnaire will have to be completed twice: for the relationship with the Niger team and for the relationship with the Benin team. I'm sure Eze will be delighted. Laughing
- Manager Claude is polite and he really appreciates Eze's intention of "arranging" things in Abuja.
Quote:
Dear client PrinceAnthony, I think you have wronged the recipient of your message.

With sincerity and humility I tell you that we regret the situation and try to fix it all the best.

Everything that happens at very high levels exceeds us, so if you can influence the situation in Abuja for good, then it would be perfect. Thanks!

Referring to that questionnaire, it also refers to the nature of the relationship between client - company's employee, to the way in which the formalities goes, the politeness that our employees have manifested, etc.

Any delivery-dossier must contain that customer satisfaction form. Obviously, you are asked to express the truth about what you feel about how you have been treated by the Niger team. No problem!

For your future delivery in Benin, you will fill out another questionnaire directly related to the relationship with the Benin team.

Thank you for your trust in our 5-Star Services.

Claude

===

05.59 - Rev. Idiot Eze, another message to Elephterie... regarding the Saturday events and the tattoo thing.
- He is trying to postpone everything, hoping he will take over the parcel and disappear with the money of the church. Baaaad boy! Laughing
Quote:
About picking up the package, I am waiting for TSC to get me informed about the date of the arrival to Cotonou so that we can pick it up from there.

About the tattoo? I will get back to you. This Saturday, I am taking them through the baptism as you commanded it be done.


Shalom ha'mashach!!

Rev. PrinceAnthonyG.Eze

===

07.29 - Start daily activity at the Niamey warehouse, so manager Qesha answers to Eze... of course, that "questionnaire" needs to be completed. It's obligatory!
- Manager Qesha does not seem to be very scared by the "political powers" of our idiot, on the contrary! Laughing Qesha tells Eze, very clearly and very directly, that the parcel will NOT go to Benin until the idiot completes those papers.
- I am very convinced that the idiot will be indignant, but eventually he will have to send that completed and scanned document. Twisted Evil
Quote:
As Salamu Alaykum, Mr. Eze!

Sir, that document is mandatory for every client. When we make the parcel delivery, at our warehouse, that form is completed immediately, on the spot. Because you have requested the shipment to another branch, I have to use this form sent by email. The accounting documents on which my people are paid (daily attendance, superior assessments, various comments, premiums and bonuses, questionnaires, etc.) must be complete. Please fill out the questionnaire, referring to the way I and my team worked with you and tried to solve your very delicate problem.

I want also to mention that the 45-day deadline for parcel # 7UZGM2YKA9V4**** expires on October 26 and that the air-shuttle to Benin warehouse is only Thursday and/or Friday.
If I do not receive this question quickly (today or tomorrow morning, at least), then the delivery could be delayed for another week and it will be just your fault.


I'm not interested in what's going on in Abuja's branch, because my only concern is with my people, from here, where we live and work.
So Sir, please do not threaten me with reprisals at Abuja officials, because I really want to tell you that I'm not interested in this subject.

Masha'Allah!
Qesha

===

09.54 - Father Elephterie... the daily slap! Laughing Laughing Laughing
Quote:
Reverend Prince_Anthony, my duty is just to make sure that everyone respects the sacred precepts of our Congregation and that all documents relating to our Holy Church activity are in accordance with the MUIE Internal Rules. Only this and nothing more! I have already involved the Church influence too much in the relationship with the shipping company, just to help your Lagos Parish take possession of the parcel.

Your "big distance" and "security situation" childish pretexts do not impress me, because everything you had to do was get on the first plane on the Lagos-Niamey route and take over the package there.
For God's sake, there are some priests going in the midst of the wild tribes to wear the Word of the Lord, and you are insolent to say that you are worried about a airplane trip in a large capital city?
What's the difference between a trip to Niamey and a trip to Cotonou? Both are large and civilized cities, where there are local authorities, laws and police. In your Courtesy Package there are forty thousand dollars, money that can buy whole teams of bodyguards everywhere in this world. How dare you claim that you are afraid of a imaginary and hypothetical conflictual situation?


It would have been enough to take 3-4 men from your MUIE believers and the problem was resolved. I do not want to hear any more details about this package and about how to solve your pickup, you understand me?
I'm not your travel agent, I'm not a delivery boy! Please keep this in your mind!

Regarding Saturday Baptism Ceremony and your investment as our MUIE Bishop of Africa.
Until now, you are the only MUIE member who has fulfilled all the formalities required for admission to the congregation. The rest (pastor Francis and other believers) are still only in the "aspirants" stage.

After Baptism Ceremony, they will receive the blessing of the Elderly Council and their names will be written in the MUIE Grand Registry.

Your investment as BOA presupposes (naturally) the existence of at least one functional parish. If everything goes right on Saturday (at the Baptism Ceremony), then you will actually have that functional parish from an operational point of view. Please reread the messages sent by our old brother Nektarie and supervise that the entire Baptism Ceremony to be done in accordance with the MUIE precepts:
- the Pyramid of the Faith, the large banner, the correct kneeling position, the existence of the sacred lamb (or baby goat), the prayers and the sacred words, the milk and honey baptism.


The Sacred Tattoo symbolizes the whole power of the Holy Lamb and it must be done on the body, where it can not be seen by any unbeliever.
It is not a tattoo made for vulgar purposes, for personal praise, but it is how the high priests of MUIE Church confess their eternal Faith!
Typically, the tattoo is on the chest (left, above the heart), in the place that most symbolizes love for the Holy Lamb. There are prelates who preferred to wear the tattoo on their arms.
It's only a personal choice.


Glory to the Holy Lamb!
father Elephterie

===

NEW TROPHIES!

- These morons sent their real passports... all these idiots have recently made their passports for a potential trip to Aberdeen. Laughing Laughing Laughing
- I want to propose to move our MUIE International Conference somewhere in Washington / USA... because I recently received a "USA Visa form" to be filled in by our idiots. It has 50 pages! Laughing

10.37 - Honourable pastor Francis, to brother Josephus and father Elephterie:
Quote:
Father,
Good morning! Peace and Grace be unto you.

Attached are the data pages of our delegates for the November trip to Aberdeen - our holy church headquarters.

Due to the long process for visa processing in the British embassy, which takes about a month, we deem it necessary to start the visa application by the 3rd of next month which is next week Wednesday.

The BOA will be sending his own data page directly to you. Elder Arisa is having some delays with the passport office in renewing his expired passport but in order to avoid delays, we cannot risk the timing. However, in the process, if he's able to get through, we'll then send his own data page for his invitation letter. (Thanks for your understanding on this).

By His Grace, the baptism must take place on Saturday come rain come shine.
Thanks a million times father. Remain blessed in the name of the Holy Lamb, Amen!!

Your Son,
Francis


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Another trophies!

13.05 - Our dear Rev. Eze sent "that questionnaire". Tomorrow we'll send his parcel in Benin... to the Parakou TSC warehouse. Laughing Laughing Laughing
Quote:
Find attached here with, the reply to your questionnaire.


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13.12 - Manager Qesha wrote to our idiot:
Quote:
Mr. Eze, as Salamu Alaykum!
I received your last message with the 2 attached files. Thanks for your sincerity, I appreciate your being objective and sincere.
Tomorrow we will load your parcel in the air-shuttle linking Niamey-Parakou airports and I will contact my colleague in Benin, manager Akwoodi.
He is also a good Muslim and will do everything humanly possible for you to be 100% satisfied.
I guarantee you that with my honor!
Masha'Allah!
Qesha

===

13.38 - I have begun preparations for "Safari" trip, so I will send the parcel in Benin Laughing ... starting tomorrow we will have another character in our story: the Benin TSC manager, Mr. Akwoodi. Twisted Evil
Quote:
Sir Eze, it seems that you are a blessed man. I've just been announced that we have a special shipment tonight (it's a military guard there, so I guess they are diamonds or gold bars).
I was also allowed to pick up your parcel on that plane, so the package will reach our warehouse in Benin tomorrow morning, in the early hours of the day.
I have already sent detailed information to my friend Akwoodi (local manager). He is a good man and will do everything to help you get the parcel.

Masha'Allah!
Qesha

===

15.30 - Brother Josephus, to our morons... the slap of the day. Laughing
Quote:
All concerned,

It is now 3:30 pm on Thursday here in Aberdeen. I was promised progress on the outstanding local cathedral business on Wednesday. So far I have received only some land surveys.

Bishop Select you had several items that you were supposed to have available to me yesterday, what is the reason for this delay, and when can I expect them?

Reverend Francise,
With regard to the local requirements for your Lagos parish, what is the status on all of the items that you raised that needed to be handled.

I understand there is a lot going on but these things are priority Bishop select.
Now you can see why we were trying to get all of these other items squared away earlier.

Anyway when can I expect the cathedral input from your congregation? When can I expect the other items requested so that we may move forward with the Cathedral project.

This is my legacy, we are finally at the point where we can get things moving regarding the cathedral and you are once again falling way short of expectation in your position of Cathedral Project Manager. If you need an assistant hire one. You have been sent a stipend of 14,000 for your work as Cathedral Project Manager.
We need to work harder at meeting deadlines. Missed deadlines in construction = cost over runs. Bishop Select you need to rectify this. We need to start meeting these deadlines. I have an architect once again in idle waiting on input from you. I have land surveys but no idea what your plan is regarding what will be where.

Let us work together as men to resolve these issues.

Under the grace and guidance of the Holy Lamb

Brother Josephus

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 28, 2018 6:40 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Friday

- Pastor Francis attempts to obtain permission to do "milk and honey" procedures without the existance of the Pyramid... of course, he relies on Nektaries' initial acceptance.
Quote:
Father,
Good evening! Peace of the Holy Lamb be with you now and always.

For clarity,we're using the banner for the baptism on Saturday and not building a new monument. The enormity and ambiguity of this will cause a great delay. So,as agreed with father Nectrie,we are to use the banner and it must be in an open environment with the necessary sitting and kneeling positions including repeating the words you stated in your first mail to us.

Please confirm and be continually blessed. Amen!!

Thanks,
Your son,
Francis

07.30 - I've made the decision to get the severe father Elephterie out of the game for at least a while... in "his place", Secretary #2, Brother Theodosie, will appear.
Quote:
God bless you brother Francise Holylamb, God bless you!
Brother Elephterie made a massive heart attack last night and now he's hospitalized, in a serious but stable condition. Doctors are optimistic about his healing opportunities, but have recommended a rest period. He is not allowed to get angry or to make great efforts. We must continue our work on the Lord's House, so I'm going to ask for a private meeting with Cardinal Euphrosie to ask for one special dispensation for you. Continue what you started and realize the Baptism Ceremony, so that we can complete your parish registration procedures in the Great MUIE Registry. I'll study your case and wait for your new materials.
+++Father Theodosie+++
2nd Secretary

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06.38 - On the "Safari" part of our story, The Idiot Reverend Eze wrote to manager Qesha (in Niger)... he's asks about the "Benin operation".
Quote:
Good morning to you Mr. Qesha,

In view of your message yesterday, I write to appreciate your move so far in seeing that this parcel moves to Benin Republic. But since my picking area in Benin is Cotonou, I hereby wish to know;

1. The exact date of it's arrival in Cotonou to enable me travel to Benin Republic to pick it up.

2. Where in Cotonou am I supposed to meet Mr. Akwoodi to pick up the package?

Thanks while I wait for your usual prompt response.

PrinceAnthonyG.Eze

07.03 - Manager Qesha reply to Eze:
Quote:
Sabah el Kheir, Mr. Eze!
Insha'Allah, I think everything will be resolved next week. As I already told you, the parcel left our warehouse last night. Now it's definitely stored into the Parakou High Security warehouse. My friend Akwoodi will probably contact you later, when he will arrive at the warehouse. He is also a Muslim, so all things will be easy for you. Alhamdullilah, we all are brothers of faith and we all are united by the same religion. We help each other. I'm going to visit my old mom and I asked for 2 days off, so we will talk next Monday!
Salam brother!
Qesha

===

07.50 - Directly from Parakou - Benin, my "well known" manager Akwoodi Laughing wrote to our moron Eze:
Quote:
Sabah el kheir mr. Eze et salaam alaykum! Parlé vous français ou anglais? Do you speak French or English?
Mon ami Qesha m'a appelé au téléphone et m'a dit que vous avais besoin d'aide à Cotonou avec un colis qui devait arriver au Nigeria à Lagos.
Est-ce que votre colis doit atteindre l'entrepôt du Bénin aujourd'hui, ou fait-il partie de l'expédition qui est arrivée la nuit dernière?

Frère de la foi, nous les musulmans devons être unis, alors je vais vous aider de tout ce que je peux!
Bien sûr, vous êtes un musulman comme nous, sinon Qesha n'aurait pas insisté si fort. J'espère que vous lui avez donné le maximum de points pour son évaluation.
L'argent que les kufaar paient pour notre travail est très peu pour la responsabilité que nous avons sur nos épaules.
Connaissez-vous la ville de Cotonou et pouvez-vous contacter l'adresse directement, ou voulez-vous que je vous envoie un agent de livraison?
Il peut vous emmener de n'importe où dans le centre de la ville, de tout point central (dépend comment et quand vous venez de Lagos).
Salaam et masha Allah!
Akwoodi Osuaze - Directeur régional TSC Benin

English approximative translation:

Peace mr. Eze and be blessed! Did you speak French or English?

My friend Qesha call me and told me that you needed help in Cotonou with a package that was assumed to arrive in Nigeria (in Lagos).

Your parcel arrives today at my warehouse, or it's part of the last night's shipment?

Brother of faith, we Muslims must be united, so I will help you with everything I can.

Of course, you are a Muslim like us, otherwise Qesha would not have insisted so much. I hope you gave him maximum points.

The money that these non-believers pay us is very little for the responsibility that we have on our shoulders.

Do you know the city of Cotonou and can you contact the address directly, or do you want me to send a delivery agent to you?

He can take you somewhere from the center of the city (depends on how and when you will come from Lagos).

Peace brother and Allah bless you!

Akwoodi Osuaze - Regional Director TSC Benin

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14.17 - From our moron Eze, to brother Josephus:
Quote:
Good morning from Nigeria to you sir.

With great grace of the Holy Lamb, I write this morning to apologize for the late response to your letter which came in yesterday, and also inform you that the reason why we haven't sent government consent for the building of the Cathedral in is based on the facts below;

We have been making frantic efforts to get this sorted out, and despite the amount of money required to get it done, they have been asking about the building plans..
Verbally, based on the conceptual drawing we made available to them, we have been told that we can go on with the building in that area. We're free to go on with it.

ON THE INPUT BY OUR MEMBERS, we unanimously agreed that the first conceptual drawing remains the Best so far.
We also agreed that besides the Cathedral itself, there should be an office block that will have;

1. Conference Hall and events centre at the ground floor.
2. Offices and Parishioners prayer room at the upper Floors.

ON THE 2 PARCEL OF LAND,
They just separated by a common fence that will be pulled down to form a whole parcel of land together.

We are believing God for the grace acquire all the other properties behind it to make the area MUIE Estate. In the next 4 years, we're going to build the African Mission Tower where all the Presiding Bishop of each country will have their flag erected.

Sir after building the Grand Cathedral, all further developmental projects will be handled without involving the Headquarters in Aberdeen.

While we're praying long life and good health to you, remain blessed in Jesus Christ name.

Shalom!!!

Rev. PrinceAnthonyG.Eze

===

15.24 - Brother Josephus answered to our Rev. Idiot... a brilliant text. clapping
Quote:
Bishop Select,

Alright that gives me some insight on the "plan". Now where is the documentation on the land regarding the purchase agreements? Have you gotten local approval to use that land for religious purposes? IF all this land is going to be used for the cathedral grounds where is the local parish going to be? Has the local parish opened its bank account yet and started toward the path of self sufficiency?

One other thing that was brought to my attention this morning. As I understand it you have not completed all the requirements to be officially named Bishop of Africa? What is the delay there? There has been talk of inviting you to speak at the conference but an invite can not be made formally until you are officially named Bishop of Africa. While it is not part of my purview it is surely concerning as at this point you SHOULD have been promoted officially already so that most of your time could be spent on cathedral business.

So I guess we need to regroup here. I need for you to focus on doing whatever is remaining for you to be officially named Bishop of Africa. This needs to be your #1 priority this weekend so that come Monday that is behind us and we can work feverishly on getting caught up on Cathedral business.

Be blessed
Under the grace and guidance of the Holiest of Lambs

Brother Josephus

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 28, 2018 5:49 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

Perhaps we will succeed a SAFARI trip?


16.40 - Our lad (Rev. Eze) answered to Benin manager - Mr. Akwoodi:
Quote:
Greetings to you Mr. Osuaze,
Having read through your letter which came in the morning, I want to notify you that I am not in the position to know what time the parcel got to Benin Republic.

On this ground, I therefore suggest that you check through your list and confirm the availability of the parcel in your warehouse and keep me posted.

Secondly be informed that I will be in Cotonou on Monday morning therefore I will like to know the exact time you're bringing it to Cotonou. As for making you happy, that won't be a problem. However I would like to know what you want me to give to you as a thank you gift when we meet in Cotonou on Monday.

Take care while I wait for your swift response.


18.45 - My Benin manager, Mr Akwoodi:
Quote:
Salam brother! Help your brothers and Allah will help you! I talked to my friend Qesha about your package and I understood your desperate situation. Indeed, it's unusual for our company to pick up a parcel that can not be delivered home. One of my personal contacts in the Seattle headquarters confirmed that your parcel sender (that christian Scottish church) is an important customer of our company and that our local representative in Aberdeen could not refuse to take over the package for reasons of professional courtesy. Insha'Allah, we have a duty of honor to solve your problem in a way that is more satisfying for the Client.
The TSC package with identification number # 7UZGM2YKA9V4**** is already stored in our High-Security Parakou warehouse and can be picked up daily (except on Sundays) between 08.00-18.00.
The declared value of the parcel included it in the "High Value" category. The insurance charges were paid by Sender. A brief description of the package content: electronic and electrical devices.

In the folder with documents accompanying your package are the following files:
1) Copy of some ID documents: one nigerian Passport (PrinceAnthonyEze) and one Student ID Card (PrinceDavidEze),
2) Copy of your Relocation Request Letter,
3) Copy of the receipt indicating payment of all the fees (the original is at Sender),
4) The full details of the Recipient (PrinceDavidC.Eze)
5) The full details of the Sender (Father Nicodimus)
6) Some internal TSC shipping documents.

The package can be taked by you until October 26 / 2018, the date on which the TSC custody term expires.
After this date, the parcel is considered abandoned and the Sender will be notified of this.
a) If the Sender pays "repatriation" costs, then the parcel is returned back to the Sender's address.
b) If the Sender does not pay or if the Sender does not respond to the messages, then the content of the package is shared between the delivery team members.
In general, it is enough to present yourself at the warehouse and sign the delivery documents.
Mon frere Qesha told me that you are also a Muslim brother and asked to help you, so I will send a driver to take you from where you arrive in Cotonou and bring you directly to the warehouse.
We make daily deliveries in Cotonou and our driver can pick you up from the airport (or from anywhere in the city). You've been to Cotonou? Do you know the city?
Please let me know about your categorical intention to come here at least 24-48 hours before, so I can organize all these things.
If you really can come to Cotonou on Monday, please let me know a precise timeframe and a specific place where you can be picked up by one of my drivers.

Salam and mash'Allah!
Ton frere Akwoodi

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20.30 - Rev. Idiot Eze, to manager Akwoodi... of course, he wants his delivery to be made in Cotonou.
Quote:
Greetings to you Mr. Akwoodi,
I believed that in accordance to one of your emails was that one of your Drivers will bring it down to Cotonou so that I will pick it up there.

Kindly do your best to get the Driver to bring it down to Cotonou and I will also like to meet you there so that I can give you a gift for all a good job done.

Thanks
PrinceAnthonyG.Eze

- My reply to him... sure it is, yes, everything is possible ... we will deliver as the customer wants. Laughing
Quote:
Masah'l Kheir, frere Eze!
From your words, I have to understand that you want to take over your package directly in Cotonou? Do not visit our warehouse? Qesha's request is like a sacred brotherhood debt for me, so I will do my best to help you. The address of the Parakou High-Security warehouse is somewhat far and difficult to find for someone who is not familiar with places and I do not want you to experience any unpleasant experience, so I'm going to designate one of my agents to specifically handle your case.
1) My delivery agent Mr. Simba can wait you on Monday in any central public place that is familiar and comfortable for you: Place Lenine, Cardinal Bernadin International Airport, Place de l'Etoile Rouge, Stade de l'Amitie, Gare Centrale or anywhere you can easily reach. You just have to tell me the approximate time interval when you can get there. It depends only on the means of transport that you will come from Lagos. My delivery agent speaks only French and some local dialect, so we will need to coordinate exactly.
2) In the day of delivery I will need you to send me a personal picture of you in that public place in Cotonou, as soon as you get there, so Mr. Simba can easily recognize your share location and recognize you too. It is ideal to see in the picture a written local sign, or a public building that is easy to identify. Your parcel is a "high value" package, so I want to avoid any potential problems of correct identification of the Receiver. I hope you will understand and accept my point of view. Our company's vans are white color and are labeled with TSC name on both sides, so they are easily recognizable. Also, all of our delivery-drivers wear white t-shirts properly inscribed.
Salaam and mash' Allah!
Ton frere Akwoodi

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 29, 2018 7:05 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Saturday

07.00
- Manager Akwoodi wrote to our Rev. Idiot Eze:
Quote:
Sabah'l Kheir brother! Today is a busy day here in my Warehouse, so I will not have too much time to write&read messages.
- between Parakou and Cotonou are almost 425 km and one normal journey lasts ~ 8 hours.
- I have to know for sure that the scheduled appointment for Monday is confirmed, because I do not want to risk sending my driver with the package in the conditions where nothing is clearly arranged. I hope you understand the implications of security and confidentiality. Normally, the parcels that are indicated as HVC (high value content) should not be removed from the deposit without the signature of the Receiver.
- I agree to ignore certain rules, because our friend Qesha insisted very much. But for this, I need to specifically know:
1) The exact place where you want to meet Mr. Simba (my delivery-driver) and take over your package.
2) The exact time of the meeting (does not have to be in the morning because Mr. Simba comes from Parakou).
3) You will need to present your original identity documents. You will need to sign 2 papers for the receipt of the package. Nothing else.
4) If you will need transport, from Cotonou (meeting point) to the Nigeria (to the border), then Mr. Simba can do this for only $10-15 commission.
5) Mr. Simba can not cross the border. Repeat, our drivers do not cross the border! That means you will have to arrange your transport from Seme Area (at the nigerian border) to Lagos.

Please answer today to all the details discussed above, point by point. I promise to answer you as soon as possible. Salam! Akwoodi


We will see if we can get a funny Safari in Benin for Monday.
I am so convinced that there will be some amusing events on the road between Parakou and Cotonou. Laughing Laughing Laughing

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09.01 - From our idiot, regarding the Monday's delivery in Cotonou. Laughing
Quote:
Greetings to Mr. Akwoodi,

Writing to appreciate your response and also to answer questions as indicated in your mail.

1. I am going to be in Cotonou on Monday by 11 am.

2. I have promised to pay $20 to the Driver to enable him move to Seme where I will take over from him.

3. That I am coming with all the previously indicated means of identification. ( My International Passport and the Students Identity Card)

Going by the above, I will send you the address of our meeting point on Monday. Kindly send me the phone number of the Driver and yours for effective communication.

Thanks for your assistance.

PrinceAnthonyG.Eze

- I will answer him later... there is no point in hurrying. Right? Laughing Laughing Laughing
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12.26 - 3 hours later, manager Akwoodi answered... would be fun to find out how many idiots will include team leaves Monday morning in Safari. Laughing
Quote:
Allah is great, my brother in faith!
Insh'Allah, on Monday we will solve this problem and we looked up to the sky to where the Prophet rides his war stallions, praised be his name!
- First of all, you have to tell me the exact place when you want to come here as well as a proper timeframe (between 11.00-13.00) you think you are coming to Cotonou. You know the city, have you been here before? You have some favorite place that you know very well? Please let me know.
- My delivery agent Mr. Simba can wait you in any Cotonou central public place that is familiar and comfortable for you, or anywhere you can easily reach. Please do not choose an isolated area or narrow streets because it is not safe from the point of view of the security of the package. Ideally, you will meet in a public place with a large parking space (a good example would be the Cotonou airport, right in front of the entrance).
- TSC's policy requires that all the conversations with our customers to be sent only by email, to be stored on TSC servers for any other future complaints. Anyway, my delivery agent Mr. Simba speaks only some local dialect and some French, so we need to exactly coordinate by email. I will keep my computer permanently connected to the internet.
- I do not want to make fake promises, but I will try to send you another driver, one who can speak English as well. Brother, you must know that Benin is one Francophone country and English is not used at all in our everyday life. When you get to Cotonou, I will need you to send me a picture of you in that public place, so my driver can easily recognize the "location" so that he can see how you are dressed.
- The driver will have to leave Parakou very early in the morning, so that at noon time he can reach Cotonou. They are forced (by our internal rules) to make 10-minute pause every hour and to send the current position. Theoretically, this gives us the opportunity to have control over the position of the company's car at any time. Also, the parcel geographic position can be approximated according to the data transmitted by the GPS transmitter that is attached to each package. Upon delivery, you have been given a tracking number that corresponds to your package. Through the online application on the company's website, you can track the package in real time. I will tell the driver to send his current position to me and you, so that you always know where the package is and what is the chosen route.
- One important thing we need to know: How many people will be with you and why? The security rules impose certain restrictions on foreign persons' access to the company's cars. So, the driver needs to know the exact number of passengers he has to take to the Nigerian border. I hope I managed to explain quite coherent all the details.
So, I'm waiting for you to decide about the meeting place. Depending on the traffic conditions, I assume the driver arrives in Cotonou around 12.00-13.00, Okay?
As soon as you get there, you will send a photo of yourself from exactly that place. So the driver knows where to come, how you look and how you dressed. Okay?
Throughout the Parakou-Cotono route, the driver will normally send messages every hour about current position and traffic conditions. Okay?
Salam! Akwoodi

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16.15 - Tomorrow I will be busy in my RL, so my manager Akwoodi wrote to our moron:
Quote:
Salam frere Eze! My working hours are over and you still have not sent me the details to set the Monday meeting. I will try to communicate with you from my home, although I can not promise anything concrete. Communications are quite difficult to accomplish on my property (it's an isolated area outside the city). So, please tell me:
- The exact place for meeting with the driver (public, with large parking),
- The exact time of the day when you will be in that place (you will send me picture from there),
- The number of people who accompany you (for our internal registers, the driver will need to identify each of them... so I need the complete list).


On Monday morning (before the first hours of the day) I will personally supervise the loading of your parcel in our van and I will notify you of the route chosen by the driver. You will receive the name and driver's ID, his e-mail address and you will be able to track the package through the online application on the website of the company. He will send that "hourly confirmation" to me and also to you. Do not forget to buy a Data SIM card that allows you to send and receive email messages.
Masah'l Kheir! Akwoodi

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21.51 - Just to upset them, Brother Theodosie sent "the slap of the day". Laughing
Quote:
Brother Francise Holylamb,
It is already later than 21:30 and our daily activity is over.
Tomorrow, at Sunday's Sermon, everyone was waiting to see the video materials you promised to send today. I am afraid that His Excellency The Great Cardinal Euphrosie will be very disappointed. Although the secretary Elephterie opposed, the old cardinal generously accepted the derogation that you have requested in your last message, provided that things are correct and complete in all other aspects. And you did not do anything and you did not send anything. I'm sorry to say, but I am convinced that our secretary Elephterie will want to draw attention to the fact that the MUIE parish of Lagos is inoperative and that the local reverend is not able to do his duty according to our rules. Already, among all of our brothers are some jokes about the most ridiculous excuses that can be invented when someone is lazy: "It seems like it rained for many days, just exactly like in Lagos." No offence brother Francise, but it seems to be true of what father Elephterie is saying, that every time you have to do something serious, look for pretexts not to finish your duty. God bless you, all of you!
+++Father Theodosie+++
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 29, 2018 9:57 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

A few hours before Theodosie’s message, Nicodim sent this to the lads:
Quote:
Forgive me for attaching everyone on this email, but I find it best when we are all on the same page.

What progress have we made on the visa applications for the trip to Aberdeen in November? A few weeks ago I sent an email reporting my findings, but I do not think I ever received a clarifying response, especially given that a deadline is swiftly approaching (or at least that is what I was last told). I know that we are currently caught up in all of this other business, but it is bad form to let these things pass and pass until we find it too late. Speaking of those affairs, has all business regarding the retrieval of the package been coordinated? I do not want it to languish any longer, given that based on what I have been told your parish is wanting for this help. Need I repeat my sermon from earlier about what is good for all? Sometimes in our own iniquity we delude ourselves with illusions of success and holiness. All of us do. Anyone who can inform me of this business and any other affairs which have occurred recently please let me know; for instance, were we not promised some sort of videos today in accordance with Elefterie’s stipulations? Let us not repeat this argument again, for we must now atone for the last months’ mistakes. And do not let us fragment ourselves again and continue to conspire against each other; that is simply improper.

Be blessed,
Nicodim

I’m just checking in to see what news the lads are willing to share with us; I’m expecting silence this weekend, however. It’s almost as if they want us to cause issues with the package as punishment or something. I doubt that would be necessary, but given their insolence, it probably will be necessary to stymie their efforts to do a quick operation to get their package.

Edit: Francise responded to Theodosie:
Quote:
Not to worry brother theodosie,
D program took place but d video transmission has been our major problem. However, before 11.00am,an expert will be on ground to assist us forward it to you.

Thanks and good night
Francise

Technical issues, technical issues, technical issues. How suspicious. But this is a recurring trend (in some emails that weren’t posted from about a month ago, we spent a good amount of time helping them upload large files to YouTube), so I am going to assume incompetence rather than malice; their timing is not particularly fortuitous, and if this magical deadline turns out to be a lie, then they will have more problems. As this email was only CCed to me, I will not respond for now.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 30, 2018 5:20 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Sunday

06.15
- Father Theodosie sent "the slap of the day":
Quote:
Brother Francise Holylamb, God bless you!
Now, you can not tell me: "Not to worry brother Theodosie", after you asked for my help and I offered you with all my heart.
In just a few minutes the honorable cardinal will begin the Sunday Sermon and I am so sure some of our faith brothers will ask: "What's the situation in Lagos?"
You see, it has been to many months since the Holy Lamb's Church is trying to establish this bridgehead in Nigeria. Except Reverend Eze_Anthony_Prince, the rest of the Lagos team has unreasonable hesitations and delays. This time it did not rain anymore, but there were technical problems. Under the rules that I am very sure the old father Nektarie explained to you, the Baptism Ceremony must be recorded on the film AND on the photos. So, I do my duty and ask you to send me the photos you that certainly made during the Ceremony. The video will be sent to me when that specialist expert comes in.
Also, I inform you that the old father Nektarie has demanded a penance that Reverend Eze_Anthony_Prince has neglected for weeks. Ignoring the hierarchy is a huge sin.


Eternal Glory to the Holy Lamb, we will live under His Name!
+++Father Theodosie+++
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- The Reverend Idiot Eze did not write anything to the manager Akwoodi.
- Until this hour (Sunday, at 06.00am), we have not established anything concrete about tomorrow's meeting... hm, we will see.
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00.23 - Last night (few hours before last Theodosie's message), the lad (Francis) answered to Nicodimus:
Quote:
Good morning father,
Your mail is received and without wasting your time, the baptism event took place. Like I just responded to brother Theodosie now, the video transmission has been our major problem. However, an expert will be on ground in the morning to assist us forward it to you.

Secondly, we've not started the visa application because we've not yet received an invitation letter from the headquarters (your end). Mail on Thursday specified this accordingly. We intend to proceed to the British embassy on Wednesday for that purpose provided we receive copy of our invitation letter to the British embassy before then.

Peace and Grace father. Good night.
Francis

00.57 - Half an hour later, brother Nicodimus says:
Quote:
Thank you, dear Francis.

Once again, similar to my last inquiry you confuse me when you mention the recommendation letter being a requirement, as on the website I was unable to find such a thing. Look at this website I found while searching: https://howtotechnaija.com/how-to-apply-for-uk-visa-in-nigeria/
It really does not seem like there is any requirement for a recommendation letter. I do not want you to waste your time at the embassy asking for something that is not there, but I think that you need to go to the embassy and clarify this, as every online source I can find does not mention this letter. I do not claim to be any expert on international law, but I think we are spending time looking for something that does not exist.

Be blessed,
Nicodimus

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06.24 - Father Nicodemus, to our morons:
Quote:
I am being summoned for my duties now and will not be available until the afternoon. But I will expect to check my email then and see some good news, of any sort. All of us here would eagerly await any good news. But do not despair. We cannot despair now when you have so much to do.

Be blessed,
Nicodimus

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It is already 09:00 (local time in Lagos) and our idiots have not sent to me anything concrete about their tomorrow's trip... I hope all the things stay arranged and I hope that we will leave them stranded in Benin tomorrow. Laughing Laughing Laughing

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Two possible safari's in one day. Tomorrow will be fun! You can almost start a pith store.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 30, 2018 8:42 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

^^^ Ohh, yeah!

NEW VIDEO TROPHIES!

- The idiots have sent their new video-clips with "milk and honey" rituals... I put the files together and I made a single movie.

VIDEO LINK: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuskTl1Kp2Q

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- Tomorrow, it seems that Eze and his son will go to Benin to take over the parcel... I'm curious if the other idiots know about it.
Quote:
Good evening my brother Akwoodi,
This is to inform you that I will be waiting for the Driver at terrain kouhounou start de lamitie, Cotonou tomorrow morning.
The place is a public place by the National Stadium.


When the Driver comes, I will give him some money for you personally.

The Driver will be taking the parcel to Seme in company of myself and PrinceDavidC.Eze
Thanks

PrinceAnthonyG.Eze


- I'm not sure where this picture is taken, but Rev. Eze may have gone to Cotonou since tonight. He probably has some relatives there.
- Without a doubt, tomorrow we have a succesfully Safari with this idiot! Laughing

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When the package gets lost in the wilderness, it will be a real test of Eze's faith.

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 01, 2018 6:52 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Monday - THE SAFARI DAY Laughing Laughing Laughing

- Things are moving in the right direction... the driver Joojoo loaded the package and headed for Cotonou.
- According to the company's rules, each driver must take a 10-15 minute time-break (pause) at every hour, so that he is not tired and avoid any unpleasant road events.
- So, Joojoo "the driver" sent the first information about the place where he made the first stop: 07.10, the village of Tchaourou, everything is OK!
- If everything goes well Twisted Evil , then Joojoo should be in Cotonou at 13.30-14.00 local time.

07.34 - Manager Akwoodi sent a message to Rev. Idiot Eze... this message contain also "all the previous conversations" between JooJoo and Akwoodi. Laughing Laughing Laughing
Quote:
Sabah'l Kheir frere Eze!
1) The driver is on his way and falls within the set schedule, has already reached the first place (Tchaourou village) where he made the regular 10-15 minutes pause time-break.
2) One of Mr. Simba's children was hospitalized last night (a typhoid fever crisis), so he did not come to work today.
3) I sent my nephew Joojoo with your parcel, so all the details set before remain valid. He speaks English a little, so you will can communicate with him directly.
4) I told Joojoo to include you in CC (carbon-copy) so you will be informed in real time about the route.
Tell me once again, exactly, which area you decided to use for the meeting. Joojoo is not a delivery agent, but I preferred to use it to be sure you could communicate with him directly.
If I have understood well, you have proposed as the meeting place the inner area of the main entrance of the National Stadium? It is correct? Well, it's a good choice, bravo!
Stade de l'Amitie means (in french) the Stadium of the Friendship and, if I correctly remember (I have not been there for years), there is also the Palace of Sports (Le Palais des Sports), a large building with an impressive entrance (it has some very very impressive wide steps on which are used by all official sports delegations). Well, when you get there in front of the main entrance of the Stadium, please send a picture for me and Joojoo, so he can see how you dressed and recognize you. Also in the picture must appear the other person (your brother Prince_David_Eze).

Salam,
Akwoodi



----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Joojoo Amoulani <snip>
To: Akwoodi Osuaze <snip>
Sent: Monday, October 01, 2018 7:21 AM
Subject: Re: TCHAOUROU - 07:10

OUI CHEEF C'EST CE QUE J VAIS FAIR


From: Akwoodi Osuaze <snip>
To: Joojoo Amoulani <snip>
Sent: Monday, October 01, 2018 07:16 AM
Subject: Re: TCHAOUROU - 07:10

Joojoo, s'il vous plaît communiquer en anglais et mettre Monsieur Eze dans CC.
Son adresse email est <snip>


From: Joojoo Amoulani <snip>
From: Akwoodi Osuaze <snip>
Sent: Monday, October 01, 2018 97:12 AM
Subject: TCHAOUROU - 07:10

MON CHEEF J SUIS ARIVE A TCHAOUROU .TOU ES OK

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08.10 - Our moron, to manager Akwoodi:
Quote:
Good morning my dear brother Akwoodi. Thanks for your letter and efforts so far. You shall be rewarded.
I will send the pictures later.
PrinceAnthony

- My answer:
Quote:
Salam brother, I do not expect any reward. I'm just doing my duty and helping a brother of our faith.
Did you go to the meeting place? Where are you now? Probably in 30-40 minutes we will receive further information from Joojoo.
As salamu alaykum! Akwoodi

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08.35 - An hour later and 90 km farther from Tchaourou village, driver Joojoo sent his 2nd info-text to Akwoodi (Eze is in CC):
Quote:
STOP A OUOGUI . NO PRBLEM

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09.21 - From the next stop-point of the route, Joojoo wrote:
Quote:
AM ON DASA ZUME .ALL OK .ONE DRIVR WHU CAM FO SETO TOLD MI ROUD IZ CROWD AN TRAFIC HAVY

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09.24 - Our dear Reverend, to Joojoo:
Quote:
Alright Joojoo, good morning, how many hours before you come to stade de'lamitie? I am waiting. Thank you.

PrinceAnthony

- Of course, Joojoo is on his way, so he can not answer the messages ... the next stop will be in Seto village ... where we already have an incident on the road because Joojoo hit a goat. Laughing Laughing Laughing
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10.31 - Manager Akwoodi wrote to our moron... yes, the GPS location of the parcel can be checked online. Laughing
Quote:
Salam frere Eze, soon we will need to receive a message from Joojoo with his current position. I checked the company's servers and the GPS position of the #7UZGM2YKA9V4**** package is located now somewhere in the Seto-Zou Department Area. You arrived in Cotonou, are you already at the meeting place? You will have to co-ordinate with Joojoo because he does not know exactly what the position is (I told him at the National Cotonou Stadium). Mash'Allah! Akwoodi

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 01, 2018 10:03 am Reply with quoteBack to top

SAFARI CONFIRMED! - Rev. Idiot Eze is in Cotonou, with his son. Laughing Laughing Laughing


10.40 - My driver Joojoo finally arrived in Seto village, but he had a problem on his way... he hit a goat crossing the street. Laughing
- He killed the animal and had to pay some money to the owner of the goat. Manager Akwoodi is worried, but Joojoo confirms that everything is ok... Rev. idiot Eze is in CC, of course. Laughing

Joojoo, to Eze and Akwoodi:
Quote:
SETO NOW .I HAD INCIDNT WIT GOAT CROSS DA ROUD AN NOT COULD AVOID .AM HIT GOAT HARD AM KILL HER .AM PAID OWNR OF GOAT .HAVY TRAFIC MANY GOAT AN CHIKEN ON ROUD .2-3 HOUSR TO COTONU . WHRE UR U NOW AN HOW WILL MEET? SEND MI UR PICTUR ON STADUM AMITIE

Akwoodi:
Quote:
Joojoo, everything is okay with you?
Can you continue your trip to Cotonou?
Mr. Eze will soon arrive at the meeting place and will sent you his confirmation picture.
He will waiting you there.


Joojoo, to Eze and Akwoodi:
Quote:
AM OK .AM WAITNIG RICIEV DA PICTUR


10.45 - Our dear Reverend Eze sent "the confirmation".
Quote:
This is me and Prince_DavidC.Eze at the Stadium gate of Cotonou.
We're waiting there now.


Prince_AnthonyG.Eze


Image

According to pic2map.com, the original picture is made in the meeting place ... so, we have this first Safari confirmed! Laughing Laughing Laughing

Image
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10.58 - Joojoo to Eze:
Quote:
RICIVED PICTUR .OK .2-3 HOUSR AM WILL BE THRE NA STADUM COTONU

Eze's answer:
Quote:
Alright my friend

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The next stop will be in Bohicon City, at 120 km away from Cotonou. Laughing
- Joojoo will find that he has broken the radiator and lost the engine coolant.
- He will try to repair the car at a mechanical workshop,
- Everything will be extended until late in the evening... the car can not be repaired today. Laughing
- Joojoo will stay in Bohicon overnight, and Eze will be invited there.
===

11.13 - Manager Akwoodi, to Eze... everything will be perfect! Twisted Evil
Quote:
Salam brother! The next stop will probably be in Bohicon, a big city just one hour away from Cotonou. I received your message and received the confirmation photo. Joojoo will arrive at the meeting place in about 2 hours. Mash'Allah! Akwoodi


In Cotonou, now - Light Rain Showers - 26°C Laughing Laughing Laughing

This is a collective effort, so all the participants in our story have the same contribution to the success of this first Safari.
So, everyone deserves a glorious "Pith" icon in the signature!

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11.27 - Eze is already relaxed and trusted to be in possession of the parcel... he wrote to my manager Akwoodi.
- I'm curious Twisted Evil if the other parishioners know that he went to Benin to get the $ 40,000 package and electronic products.
- Of course, this will be made public in the afternoon. Maybe we can create "trustworthy" issues between them. Laughing Laughing Laughing
Quote:
Alright my friend. Take care of yourself while I wait for Joojoo.

PrinceAnthony

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THE GOAT INCIDENT! Laughing Laughing Laughing


11.53 - Joojoo got very hard at Bohicon because the radiator broke and the engine overheated.
Quote:
AM HAV BROKN RADIATEOR AN BARLY MANAJE TU GET TU BOHICON .AM LOST WATER FO ENGINE AN GO SLOWY SLOWY AN MEEK MANI PAUZ TU COOL ENGIN .NO AM A CAR ATELER AN MECANIC TEL MI DA PROBLM WAS GOAT ACCIDNT AN REPARS TEEK 2 HOORS LONG


12.03 - My manager Akwoodi assures Eze that everything is "only a problem that will be resolved soon"... Maybe Eze wants to eat at a restaurant out there in the meeting area? Laughing
Quote:
Salam brother!
1) Right now I spoke to Joojoo on the phone and it seems that the goat accident (that seemed to be minor at first glance) was pretty severe. The car radiator was broken by impact with the body of the goat and all the water from the engine cooling system blew out.
2) Joojoo arrived in Bohicon and is now at a local mechanical workshop. Our luck is that Bohicon is a big and civilized city, where we have great chances to solve the problem.
3) Please accept my apologies for a potential delay of up to 2 hours. I insist now that you go to one of the restaurants there in the area and order everything you want. The two hours will leak much easier. Keep the receipt and send it to me by mail. I'm going to tell Joojoo to settle the costs, from the cash he has to him.
Mash'Allah! Akwoodi
Laughing Laughing Laughing
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12.25 - Our Idiot Reverend, to my driver Joojoo:
Quote:
So sorry about that my dear friend. I will be patient till that 2 hours of your arrival. Thanks

... and to manager Akwoodi:
Quote:
Oh so sorry to hear about the radiator leakage I will be patient until he arrives Cotonou in 2 hours time.

Thanks my friend
PrinceAnthony
Laughing Laughing Laughing

- My manager Akwoodi, to our idiot Eze:
Quote:
Brother, this happens frequently because roads are very crowded and drivers are tired and nervous. This is one of the reasons why the company imposed those mandatory pauses for our drivers who deliver the goods to other cities. I'll be online all day long so we can communicate effectively. Mash'Allah! Akwoodi

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12.58 - I'm convinced that the idiot Eze did not tell to the other idiots that he's going to Benin after the parcel... we'll check this out, through messages that will "confirm" Eze's presence in Cotonou. Laughing
- So, manager Akwoodi responds to a message received from manager Claude.
- Manager Claude informs The Sender (church).
- One of the priests (Josephus or Nicodemus) will inform Pastor Francis:

"Dear Pastor Francis, we have just been informed that Reverend Eze went to Cotonou Benin today to take over the parcel that our church sent to you, the people of the local parish. Pastor Francis, I'm sure that Reverend Eze informed you about his trip today, right?... I really hope that Reverend Eze informed the parish members that he is going today to Cotonou to take the money (40,000$) and all those electronic products for the local Lagos parish because we hope this money helps the local community and you can solve all of yours current financial problems."

If the idiot Eze "forgot" to tell others morons about this business (about the existence of the parcel and the money), then I'm very sure there will be BIG problems in their Paradise. Laughing Laughing Laughing

Quote:
Dear Claude, Salam! At the moment, our van is in a Bohicon auto repair shop, a very short distance from Cotonou. Our client Prince_Anthony_Eze along with client Prince_David_Eze are waiting in Cotonou (National Stadium Area) to take over their parcel #7UZGM2YKA9V4****. I invited our clients to go and wait in one of the local area restaurants because I feel it is our responsibility to take care of them. I hope everything can be resolved in a few hours. Mash'Allah! Akwoodi

______________________________________________________________
From: Claude Postumier <snip>
To: Akwoodi Osuaze <snip>
Sent: Monday, October 1, 2018 2:54 PM
Subject: Parcel # 7UZGM2YKA9V4**** - delivery

Akwoodi,

What is the situation there?

Did you deliver the package?

Is the customer satisfied with our services?

Claude

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13.25 - The same above idea... manager Claude wrote to father Elephterie:
Quote:
Excellency,

Let me inform you that today we will successfully complete delivery procedure of the parcel that you have sent to our client Mr. PrinceDavidC.Eze.

Please find the details in the messages below.

With the great hope that our services will be as appreciated, as always, I will send you sincere greetings.

Thank you for using TSC, the finest in 5-Star Customer Service.

Claude Postumier

... and father Elephterie wrote to Josephus and Nicodemus, by forwarding the Claude's text:
Quote:
Brother Josephus, brother Nicodemus,

Please check with the Pastor Francis the accuracy of this information! It seems Reverend Eze has gone to Benin today to recover the parcel with money.
Given the fact that they received the money (the $ 40,000) and the electronic products demanded by Reverend Eze, I believe there are no other impediments to stop them from running well their local MUIE Parish.


Also, please send them my deep dissatisfaction with the way Reverend Eze chose to work with me and my assistant Theodosie. Even before, I have not received proof that Reverend Eze made the penance imposed by the old father Nektarie (the 30 prayers of Pater Noster, written by his hand), nor did I have proof that Reverend Eze made the sacred tattoo that provided him with access within the rank of MUIE bishops.

Elephterie


So, no matter what Eze will say when they return home, the other idiots will surely think that our Reverend Idiot took those money and hid them... poor Eze. Laughing Laughing Laughing

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- A lot of Closed lad accounts & many Vcamera ; Whip ; Jack Boot ; Goat ; 4x The Church of the Old Gods ; 3x Sand Timer ; Golden Pith ; 35x Safari ; 🍰 ;
- My travel agency: Accra-Tamale; Akure-Kamba; Akure-Bohicon; Bamako-Siguiri; Banjul-Basse; Banjul-Dakar; Banjul-Karang; BeninCity-Lagos; BeninCity-Seme; Brikama-Basse; Brikama-Dakar; 2xBrikama-Karang; Brussels-Lausanne; Cotonou-Accra; Cotonou-Djougou; Idiroko-Aneho; 2xIdiroko-Cotonou; Idiroko-HillaCondji; Lagos-Abuja; Lagos-Bamako; Lagos-Bida; 7xLagos-Cotonou; Lagos-Lome; 2xLagos-Seme; Owerri-Abuja; Warri-Cotonou;

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