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“Do Not Joke With The Power Of The Tongue” – Nigerians Say As The Story Of Abuja Lawyer, Roseline Udoh Trends On Instablog9ja





ROSELINE UDOH-instablogThe story about the death of Abuja lawyer, Roseline Udoh,  first broke December 10, on a Facebook  group called ‘Due Process Advocates’ (DPA) and Peace Ben Williams Blog was the first blog to carry the story a few minutes later.

It was revealed that Miss Udoh had publicly published a comprehensive funeral wish on Facebook.

Eight days later, Nigeria’s largest blog on Instagram, Instablog9ja carried her story and wrote,

“A year after revealing what she wants at her funeral and 4 days after posting about the shortness of life, Nigerian lawyer, Roseline Udoh, 38, dies.”

ROSELINE UDOH-858x862The comments from the blog’s one million followers leaves one thinking if we truly can affect our destinies and events which affect us through the things we say or confess and the words we speak.

While some believe she must have been suffering from a terminal illness and saw her death coming, others believe spoken words are powerful and negative declarations should be avoided.

To be honest, there are several passages in the Scriptures where we are warned about the power of the tongue. In the secular world, we often hear: “Be careful what you wish for.” But how seriously should we take these warnings?




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Peace is a wife and mother who reports and analyses global trends from the perspective of a Deeva; in the hope of invoking a thought process that will lead to a positive change.

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