”He didn’t beg for his life”.Man write a heartbreaking tribute to ROPVIL DACHIYA who was killed by Boko haram.

Ropvil Dachiya

Nigerian man took to his facebook page to write a heart breaking tribute to the slaughtered christian undergraduate ,Ropvil Dachiya.He was killed by the dreaded Boko haram in a very brutal manner.The video was shared in the social media for the world to see.

He wrote:


On the day He was led like a sheep to the slaughter, the world saw a weak helpless man. Little did they know He was winning three wars at the same time in different places; Heaven, Earth and Hell. Today at the mention of the name Jesus, every knell in Heaven, on earth and in hell must bow.

I saw in that video, how Brother Ropvil Dachiya Knelt down as his death sentences were red out to his hearing. His major crimes were two:
1. A Christian
2. A Plateau man.

The young man didn’t beg for his life. He didn’t struggle to live an additional second. Kneeling down there I saw a practical demonstration of a true Peaceful religion. I saw the manifestation of Peace of God and God of Peace. Also, I clearly understood the phrase; …to die is gain.

By the spirit i know that, that man on his kneels was not alone. Brother Stephen visited. Heaven was opened and Jesus was standing and brother Dachiya said to Him: Father Forgive them for they do not know what they are doing.

I saw a man on his kneels about to be killed but full of peace. Peace is a person. Peace is the one who said, I will never leave nor forsake you; even in the valley of the shadow of death. In Him we live and die. So we don’t really die!

The life of the animal is in its blood. The blood of brother Dachiya is alive and will yet speak to Him who seats upon throne, demanding for vengeance; for vengeance belongs to our God and He will surely recompense.

Death is the barrier between temporal and everlasting life. How could brother Dachiya get to this barrier and deny the only door to Paradise? Jesus is that door. Thank you brother for you overcame. Enjoy your crown of life.

In Christ we don’t die. We multiple. We relocate to a better place.

We don’t fight for our God. We Don’t kill for our God. He has the ability to drown the horses and them that ride them. So, I say to the aggrieved; Peace be still.

Blessed be the name of our God who honor brother Ropvil Dachiya to die like Him.