Igwe Ogbukah, J.K. UnofficialLatest answers
What do you do, in essence?
Feeding others, with light and salt, with food, ideas, investment, business and stories while serving as PK.
You like girls
I'm not gay so ... But what exactly do you mean?
Don't have an iphone!
Which do you have then:
Apple (iphone, ipad, iMac): https://itunes.apple.com/book/immortality-london-bridge/id725150886?mt=11
Where can I find your book?
Several places. For one, on Apple or itunes or ipad
Do you need money to be happy?
If you can't find food to satisfy basic hunger then of course you can't be happy, especially if you have to buy your food. Village vs city.
What is your attitude to smoking?
Smoking? I think about it. So far it is making no sense to me. Immortality issues on my mind right now!
Please, some more of that Jesus Mask of yours ...
Jeans represents for me a mask for Jesus. What is the "Jesus Mask" and how do you wear it? The Jesus Mask is the personality and kingship associated with Christ - his right/crown to rule. And once the mask is strapped in place all trace of its owner's or wearer's expression, of his thoughts and very feelings, disappears. And all that remains is that of the mask. For to wear a mask is to give up who we currently are and to become, perhaps for just a little while, perhaps for rather longer, that persona that the mask itself appears to represent. The mask of Jesus. Wear Jesus - your mask and become like him. And be reborn. Born again! The rebirth. The truth is, after so many years of wearing this mask, you begin to lose more than just your appetite for sensual pleasure gratification. You wear a mask for so long, you forget who you were beneath it. You forget you have been a sinful weakling under the attack of the world's systems, influences, lack, sin, and now express the full dominion over these things and take authority as only Jesus can. And finally, finally, when your time is come, as your final enemy - death - rears its ugly head, you are not afraid but show confident dominion. When the instant you feel the life drain out of your body, you find yourself next alive to a glorious, resurrected life by God's power, death defeated and scampering forever away from you, your dominion complete!
Why Jeans? Why the name Jeans? Why are you called or do you call yourself Jeans?
Why the name Jeans? Several reasons. Tell you a story:
A rejected stone, given time, becomes the cornerstone of a foundation or revolution! Originally workmen's wear but now fashion favorite, blue jeans have conquered the planet, transforming from grass to grace. After James Dean popularized them in the movie Rebel Without a Cause, wearing jeans by teenagers and young adults became a symbol of youth resistance or rebellion during the 1950s. Because of this, they were sometimes banned in theaters, restaurants and schools. Nowadays, however, jeans are worn to many types of venues and events, even some events that ostensibly require formal attire. The look is very much about cutting-edge, urban living with an emphasis on youthfulness, creativity and urban nightlife.
There's need for youths to move from dependency to independence and then to inter-dependence. I represent this form of revolution, revolution from dependency and subjection (psycho-mental, parental, social, physical, religious/spiritual, and such) into Royal Freedom and Liberty, a royal-priesthood, along with the other Jeans Kings. We wear Jesus when we wear jeans! We socialize and party but are not showy. We may drive the best cars and got much cheddah but we do legit businesses, running our own enterprises. We are learned and love learning. We are godly and got the power to getting wealthy. We never have to play guys or girls but love for real only one girl or guy. We are honorable and we are noble. We never joke with our relationship with God for we are altars of the living God, the one true God. We are pretty talented, gifted and graced - everyone is - but do not hug the limelight or get unnecessarily highlighted. We are the Jeans Kings and Jesus is our King! Ours, Jeans, Jeans Kings, is not to be associated with the selfish survival-of-the-fittest paradigm or the pleasure-centered activities of young people or with teenage rebellion – and getting banned from schools and colleges and society and the Internet (although this graffiti artist always pictured in jeans and hoodie top, famous for carrying a spray can with which he uses to spray-paint wonderful meaningful art across the city overnight and has turned this passion into a big fashion business is a partner) but be known as our global symbol of youthfulness, ideas, creativity, individuality, purpose, personality, revalidation, enterprise, learning, renewal, metamorphosis and recreation, with godliness.
Jeans represents for me a mask for Jesus. What is the "Jesus Mask" and how do you wear it? The Jesus Mask is the personality and kingship associated with Christ - his right/crown to rule. And once the mask is strapped in place all trace of its owner's or wearer's expression, of his thoughts and very feelings, disappears. And all that remains is that of the mask. For to wear a mask is to give up who we currently are and to become, perhaps for just a little while, perhaps for rather longer, that persona that the mask itself appears
Can you give us your own bio in third person ?
Having decided to get good, clean "real wealth" before turning 30, Jeans is a young adult who grew up with a lot of angst for his father but loved his mother to a fault, knowing without spoken words that he was always her favorite in a household of four boys with no girl. He loves wearing his jeans, loves to sell guy's jeans and sold lingerie with his mom during that very-important gap between exiting sec school and entering college while possessing and honing his skill/talent for writing. He has an amazing, enthralling softness or gentility about him and a love for making friends, and possesses an undying desire to connect with and do right by God. He loves Jesus and also loves hanging out or having a party just as much as he loves his solitude for meditation and writing. But don't be fooled by his quiet demeanor; he's fearless as a controlled time-bomb.
Liking to say he didn't go to school even though he was at the University of Lagos, Jeans does biz dev as a joint-career with writing, loves owning successful enterprises and loves youths owning their own businesses.
Oh, and every time he decides to stay away from the ladies, that's just when the prettiest babes start showing up!
He's currently CEO of three enterprises, has interests in several others, resides in/has adopted Lagos Island as home city, loves football and motorsports and desires to have two boys and twin girls for kids.
If you were to write a book what would it be about?
I have written a book. And I'm writing another book. And I will write many more books, for God has already graced me for this. My books are about liberty, about enterprise, Godly youthful enterprise. My books are about choosing to become free, to move from dependency to independence and then to inter-dependency. I write about life before death and life after death. I think about immortality and the significances of Christ's death. I write about God's king and kingdom, about youth enterprise and deals, using fiction mostly and non-fiction too.
What are you about, what is your message?
I'm about deals, I'm about Godly enterprise. I'm about liberty and the pursuit of freedom from subjection. I'm about mediation between God and man. I'm about rising and others rise. I'm about God's King and Kingdom. I'm about Salt and Light!
Do you sometimes find yourself saying nice things to people, even when it is undeserved or unmerited or not so true, just to be nice?
Yes, guilty as charged! Sometimes to make someone smile, or happy, or most importantly, to affirm them or give them a vision of what is possible, I do.
What is your favorite month of the year?
I love a fresh start, so I'd say January
What was the last time you were angry? What happened?
A friend was consistently getting on my nerves. I ranted at her via text in a way that stunned her to a standstill.
If you had $5 left in your pocket what would you spend it on?
What would be the best job ever for you?
CEO of a successful enterprise I'm passionate about as well as a "teacher".
Which song reminds you of your childhood?
Abba's "I Have A Dream."