Jeremiah 14

Arlin Sorensen's Thoughts on Scripture

Jeremiah 14 has our prophet getting God’s word concerning the droughts that were happening in Judah.  “The word of the Lord that came to Jeremiah concerning the drought”.  This is a big deal to the people.  They were dependent on rain for survival.  This was a true life or death issue.  In that day the often-worshipped Canaanite idol Baal was thought to be the god of weather and rain. Many ancient Israelites were drawn to Baal worship because they wanted rain.  That just made things worse as God often used drought to bring the nation to repentance.  So their attempt to correct the problem through idols just made it worse.

It was a true disaster.  “Her nobles send their servants for water; they come to the cisterns; they find no water; they return with their vessels empty…. since there is no rain on the land, the farmers…

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Aisha Buhari and the Evil Aso Rock Cabal. ~ By Farooq A. Kperogi (Ph.D.)


Mrs. Aisha Buhari bucked tradition by openly criticizing the political appointments in her husband’s government. There is no precedent for this in Nigeria’s entire history. In fact, I know of no parallel in the world for a First Lady (or Wife of the President) to openly disagree with her husband through a foreign media outlet.

This can only mean that although Aisha is formally married to President Buhari, she is actually isolated from him. This is consistent with what I’ve heard from inside sources about the relationship between the first couple. Buhari is held hostage by an evil, sneaky, corrupt, vulturous, and conniving cabal that ensures that his wife doesn’t see him even in the “kitchen,” the “living room,” or “the other room.”

The BBC interview was Aisha’s vigorous ventilation of pent-up anguish against a cold, calculating, and corrupt cabal that has made Buhari a stranger to his own wife.

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The Niger Delta Avengers (NDA) is not keen on meeting with security agents who may be representing the Federal Government at the proposed peace talks over the crisis in the zone.

The NDA, in an open letter to President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday, said it is not proper for a democratically elected government to conduct such talks through security agents.

It was responding to what it called the president’s “continuous disparaging remarks since the cessation and suspension of hostilities by our fighters for the liberation of the Niger Delta from economic colonialism of Nigeria.

“We are curious of comments like ‘Niger Delta militants objective is to colonize Nigeria economically’ and ‘Niger Delta militants are sponsored by economic looters’ during the Passing Out Parade (POP) of the Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA) 63rd Regular Course,” NDA said in the open letter signed by ‘Brig. Gen’ Mudoch Agbinibo.

The letter further stated that…

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