Emmanuel Inya Otu-nwachi Quotes

It gets tough before it gets better. So stick it out!

It comes simplest when it looks toughest!

Nasty problem, nasty solution!

Give to Caesar what's his, and to God what belongs to Him..." But if Caesar would have it all nothing would be left to God.

If a child washes his hands well he would dine with the elders. It's good practice and hygienic for a child to wash his hands. But the child that dwells long in hand washing may meet only an empty dish.

When men fight God's fight they think it's zeal for God's kingdom and that they do God a huge favour whereas they succeed in making Him a weakling that can't fend for Himself and have to depend on the power of mortals to execute His plans.

The youths are tomorrow's leaders, they oft say but when tomorrow refuses to come for the youth to exercise their leadership role, let the youth get hold of today to make way for tomorrow.

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