I just remembered an incidence that happened at home in my teen years . My mum who was a wholesaler of Coca-Cola drinks , gave an ” uncle ” who was also her driver instructions ” take 20 crates of coca-cola to mama ” lagbaja’s house ” and bring 20 empty crates back O ” so uncle went to Iya lagbaja’s house to pack the empty crates . He came back and off loaded them then began to load 20 crates of filled Coca Cola bottles . My mum slowly and unbelievably asked ” what are you doing ?” His reply ” I went to Iya lagbaja’s house to get empty crates and now I want to take full crates back to her ” ? my mum began to vibrate … She was obviously going to have a fit ?. ” ode ! She screamed !Why didn’t you just carry the crates with you and then bring back the empty ?” The man’s response was epic ?? and till date we refer to him with this phrase ” he said to my mum with his thick yoruba accent ” the shame tin noni ” ( meaning ,taking drinks from my mum’s store first or after didn’t make any difference ) ?? I Tim 5:24 remember the sins of some people are obvious , leading them to certain judgement . But there are others whose sins are not revealed until later . In the same way the good deeds of some are obvious . And the good deeds done in secret will someday come to light .. My Peepu in my thick yoruba accent ” the shame tin noni “??gnite world .. May we rise with the dawn ?