The Testimony reads: “Please, my dear brothers and sisters, join me in jubilation and thanksgiving for my prodigal fowl is back! I don’t need to tell long stories about how it went missing, but I will go straight to the point. This fowl went missing after the very moment my roommate and I were discussing about the possibility of Nigeria entering proper into recession, which they are into already, we talked about high cost of foodstuffs, rice most especially, and that I would kill it [the fowl] on an agreed date so as to reduce the cost I use in feeding the fowl; I told him my plan because I needed him to contribute on what we would use to prepare a delicious meal with the fowl. After that moment, it was like a dream to me, strange and mysterious how the fowl got missing. It was so painful to me, after feeding the fowl for months, it ran away from my custody; I was thinking that it had been stolen by some rugged boys in the lodge: how could I be accusing someone of stealing a fowl? I endured it, prayed over it, though it kept paining me each moment I did remember about it.
So, my brethren, just yesterday ooooo! I didn’t believe it! I woke up with anger and hunger from a long sleep; came outside and behold, it was my fowl. Some of the people still in the lodge thought that excessive reading had driven me nuts when I was galloping in jubilation. I was really happy: what do you expect of me? “My Prodigal Fowl is back! Come and see oooo!” [thank God I didn’t accuse anybody]. Without much ado, I baited it into a cage with the some grains of rice I borrowed from my neighbour before she traveled. Now, I am contemplating between killing it or selling it. Anyway, that’s my choice to make. Please, help me testify this in your own church and prayer gatherings. If I can get some foodstuffs like rice from your church members, I may not sell or kill it any longer; see I may even use it for thanksgiving in the church that would donate the most to me. May God bless you! In this recession, you would never have a Prodigal somebody or something in your life, Amen!”
Economic recession in Nigeria could even make animals to become prodigal. When humans don’t feed well, how much more the animals that are been fed by humans. Some animals prefer to be killed these days than to be sold out. When will this Recession end? I know it is not affecting the so-called higher class, they are not experiencing it, they only hear and talk about it as if they empathize with us. Listen, they only sympathize with us. They have SYMPATHY and never EMPATHY.
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