Monthly Archives: September 2018

Awgbu Community Celebrates New Yam Festival

By Egodi Nkiruka Okeke Awgbu Community on 1st September, 2018, celebrated the Nshi ji Festival, at St. Michael’s Field, Awgbu, Orumba North Local Government Area, Anambra State. The event which started on 31st August, at Igwe Mike Okechukwu Palace, marks the beginning of new harvest in the entire community and beyond. His Royal highness, Igwe M.C Okechukwu, during the official ...

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Another Economic Recession May Be Eminent, Says FSDH

The Nigerian economy will require more deliberate policy measures and engagements than the current responses in order to avert another recession, experts at the First Securities Discount House Limited (FSDH) have warned. In an interview with journalists last weekend, the Head of Research, Ayodele Akinwunmi, noted that the real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth rate of 1.50% recorded in Q2 ...

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Police Arrest Whatsapp Group Members Over Fake News

The Kano State Police command has arrested an administrator and members of a WhatsApp group for allegedly circulating fake news and an image of a married woman whom they claimed was trafficking children in the city. It was reported that the spokesperson of the Police in the state, Superintendent of Police Magaji Maaji said the suspects were arrested and paraded ...

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Give Priority to the Master’s Work

By Paschal Chisom Obi Today, God needs dedicated workers who are willing to follow Him to the end. The work of Jesus is a work of the cross. Christians are followers of Christ, and the work of a Christian is also a work of the cross. Those who live according to the flesh cannot be included in this kind of ...

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Tennis: Serena Fined $17,000 For U.S Open Code Violations

Serena Williams has been fined 17,000 dollars for the code violations she received during the U.S. Open final, the United States Tennis Association (USTA) said on Sunday. During Saturday’s match, which she lost 6-2 6-4 to Japan’s Naomi Osaka, Williams was handed a coaching violation and a point penalty for breaking her racquet before a heated argument with umpire Carlos ...

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Fr Patrick Chukwuma Amobi…Twenty Five Years After

By Uche Amunike The man I write about is one of the most interesting priests I’ve been opportuned to come across. I didn’t know him from Adam until I joined the employ of Fides. He is one of our columnists here in Fides and his column is named, ‘Wit’s Corner’. If you are wondering why I described him as ‘interesting’, ...

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APC Primaries: 18 States Defy Oshiomhole, Opt For Indirect Primaries

The crisis rocking the All Progressives Congress (APC) over the method to be adopted in the election of its candidates for the 2019 general elections is assuming a frightening dimension as more state chapters of the party continue to dare the party’s leadership by opting for indirect primaries rather than direct primaries as directed by the National Working Committee (NWC). ...

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Somebody Must Die Spiritually In Every Sexual Intercourse, Fr Uduh Advises Young Students

(YCS DIARY PART 2) By Princess Chinecherem Efobi A Catholic priest, Rev Fr Emmanuel Ifesinachi Uduh, has advised students that sexual intercourse is not for them yet, till they properly get married. Fr Uduh gave this advice while presenting a paper to Young Catholic Students (YCS), at their convention at Nimo, July 25, 2018. Speaking on the topics “How can ...

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Book Launch: Uga PG Encourages Good Reading Culture, Documentation

By Ifeoma Ezenyilimba The President Genereal (PG) of Uga Improvement Union (U.I.U), Chief Sir James Egbeigwe (KSC), has encouraged all to develop good reading culture and key in to proper documentation of one’s or institution’s life and activities, so as to avoid a distorted history. Chief Sir Egbeigwe made this known at his book launch titled: The Man ‘Egbigwe’ of ...

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Ikpeazu Kneels Down As Assemblies Of God Pastors Pray For Him To Win 2nd Tenure

“We call on God to disgrace every Sanballat and Tobiah fighting against Ikpeazu-Assemblies of God Church Members of Assemblies of God Church, Ukaegbu road Aba, have prayed for the resounding success of Governor Okezie Ikpeazu in 2019 election and called on God to disgrace his opponents. According to the district superintendent of the church, Rev Emma Sylva, PhD, who led ...

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