slimboyfat: Darksilver I know it is available at avoidjw
yes, and wifibandit publicily said he got it from avoidjw - avoidjw appears to be the source of the letter for wifibandit
slimboyfat: You suggest I should read about Nigerian English. Is that an oblique way of saying you believe the letter is genuine?
no, just highlighting that what a western native English speaker like myself might consider to be a "linguistic corruption" can be viewed as being acceptable in other countries.
Compared to other PDFs of letter purporting to come from the Nigerian Bethel, the OP doesn't look right - maybe because it has been very much locally produced.
A lot has been 'picked-up' by others on this thread - but I don't think the following has?.....
One thing I noted very quickly was the word spacing and lack of word-breaks - the WT style is such that they will often break words over two lines with a hyphen - the OP letter, despite being rather long, and with a number of lines that would benefit from a line-break - has NONE.
This is in contrast with other letters apparently from Nigeria that DO have word-breaks (September 19, 2017 - six line letter, words broken/hyphened on three lines; July 3, 2016 - long two page letter, words broken/hyphened on 15 lines).
This indicates to me the use of a non-WT standard word-processer/computer set-up, even when compared to other WT Nigerian letters.
I believe the Nigerian meetings are downloadable from stream.jw.org so it would be relatively easy for someone to view next week's meeting part and see if the principles of the letter are included, or not.