‘All prayers and no work is dead end’ – Michael Afenfia | #MondayQuotes

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This entry is part 2 of 5 in the series Monday Quotes S01

“I usually hear people motivate others to success, through prayers – and a lot of individuals jump on it. Peeps, prayers are important but all prayers are dead without work. Commit your hands to work, then God can find something to bless.” – Michael Afenfia

“All prayers and no work is dead end” – Michael Afenfia - #MondayQuotes
“All prayers and no work is dead end” – Michael Afenfia – #MondayQuotes

“I usually hear people motivate others to success, through prayers – and a lot of individuals jump on it. Peeps, prayers are important but all prayers are dead without work. Commit your hands to work, then God can find something to bless.” – Michael Afenfia

About Michael Afenfia

Michael Afenfia, a proud son of the Ijaw nation I has a Law Degree from the Rivers State University of Science and Technology and an MBA from Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife.

He states that “writing has always been my calling, my passion – my life.

“As I learnt more of myself and my calling, I garnered cherished experiences in Construction, Real Estate, Banking and Public Service.”

So far, he has authored a number of critically acclaimed novels: When the Moon Caught Fire (2010), A Street Called Lonely (2011), Don’t Die on Wednesday (2014), and Paxoid which he co-authored with his then 12-year-old son.

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Between 2014 and 2016, he served as Chairman of the Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA) Bayelsa State Chapter and is currently a Patron of Yenagoa Book Club (YBC).

Source: MichaelAfenfia.com

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