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Monthly Archives: August 2018

St. Paul’s Ugwuoba Community Appreciates Adrian & Gloria Kramer at Feast Day Celebration

… Kramer’s teaches community service with life style … as students display mastery knowledge and craftsmanship By Uche Enem Parishioners of St. Paul’s Ugwuoba gathered on 5th August, 2018, to celebrate her Feast day celebration and to specially appreciate Adrian & Gloria Krammer for erecting a magnificent structure for the academic learning and acquisition of the pupils and for standing ...

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LET THE WORLD KNOW YOUR SPORTS PROFILE

Our Fides Sports Profile Column is now open to numerous sportsmen and women, especially from Anambra and surrounding states who have excelled in the sports arena and sponsoring and promoting sports as well. You can send us your profile and sports pictures as straight profile or using the following interview format. May we know you? What inspired you to move ...

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Entire Police Force, Not Just SARS, Needs Overhaul

Last Tuesday, Nigerians were informed about the presidential directive on the immediate overhaul of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, SARS. Consequently, the Inspector General of Police, IGP, ordered the immediate overhauling of SARS across the country. It was further learnt that from henceforth the outfit will be known as Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad (FSARS). Thus, all SARS teams, according to reports, ...

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Diocesan Crisis: Bishop to Relocate with Family, Staff

The Diocesan Board of the Anglican Diocese on the Lake, has authorised its bishop, Rt. Rev. Chijioke Oti, to immediately relocate with his family and secretarial staff to any parish within the diocese “until their security in the Cathedral is guaranteed”. The bishop was also mandated to “immediately set up a board of inquiry to investigate the remote and immediate ...

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Show of Shame

Fr. Pat Amobi Chukwuma There was a young man called Badmus. He came from a remote town known as Isiagboncha. Since his childhood, he has seen his ears with his two eyes. Suffering was his second name. In fact, he was a school dropout. He went into business as an apprentice in Lagos. Due to lack of sufficient learning, he ...

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NUASS Celebrates Maiden Cultural Fiesta

..Launches N18M NUASS Bus · Honours Fides’ Abuchi Onwumelu with Media Excellence Award By Chioma Ndife The National Union of Anambra State Students (NUASS) Nationwide, led by Comrade Echegwo Chibunna Godwin, on Saturday, 11th of August, 2018, at Dr. Alex Ekwueme Square, Awka, celebrated its first ever cultural fiesta. The event had over ten thousand Anambra students studying across the ...

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How Petroleum Marketers’ Strike Shook Anambrarians

By Ikeugonna Eleke Although petrol stations across Anambra State have since resumed business, the one day strike embarked by the Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN), Anambra Chapter, August 15, caught many people by surprise and almost paralysed business activities, reports Ikeugonna Eleke. According to reports gathered by Fides, the strike, which plunged the state into hardship, was as ...

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OurMumuDondo Movement Calls for Massive Voter Education, Participation

By Jude Atupulazi The Coordinator of OurMumuDondo Movement, Anambra State Chapter, Comrade Ndubisi Anaenugwu, has commended the Independent National Electoral Commission for extending the Voter Registration Exercise to Friday, 31st August, 2018. Comrade Anaenugwu called on the people of Anambra State to see the extension as an opportunity to increase the number of registered voters to 3.5 million. He stated ...

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Anambra Police Command Parades Father, Son, over Child Stealing

….Speaks on Ukpor, Nise Shootings By Abuchi Onwumelu The Anambra State Police Command last Wednesday said it is deeply saddened by the recent shooting incidents in the state involving one Efechigha Okechukwu who was shot on the leg at Ukpor on 30th July, 2018 and one Nonso Onyema who was shot dead on the 7th August, 2018 at Nise by ...

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