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Monthly Archives: July 2019

ANSAA Holds Workshop for Staff

By Jude Atupulazi The Anambra State Signage and Advertisement Agency, ANSAA, last Sunday held a one day workshop for its workforce. The workshop which took place at Dora Akunyili Women’s Development Centre, was aimed at imbuing the workforce with more skill and knowledge for better performance. The ANSA workshop had the theme: ”Looking forward to my next five years”. Addressing ...

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Mary Onyali-Omagbemi As Anambra State Sports Ambassador

By Uche Nworah Thursday, the 20th of June 2019 was quite a remarkable day. It was a day that many who follow Sports Development In Anambra State will nod in agreement that truly, ‘Ugo anyi jelu mba ana ta go’. Our eagle that soared away to foreign lands has truly returned. We had all gathered at the Anambra Governor’s Lodge ...

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History as Okpuno Parish Gifts Catechist Nwuba A Car

By Silver Ndukire and Chimezie Ibedu When the Bible said the labourer deserves his wage in Matthew 10:10, by no means did it occur to Catechist Charles Nwuba that his own reward will come in the form of a beautiful car gift in the Lord’s vineyard. His surprise was in fact boundless when on Sunday, June 23, 2019, the priests ...

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St. Paul’s Ugwuoba Celebrates Feast Day, Government approval

. . . Sends off Fr. Afoenyem, welcomes Adrian & Gloria Krammer Benefactors By Uche Enem On 23rd June 2019, St. Paul’s Ugwuoba celebrated her Feast Day, government approval of Adrian & Gloria Krammer School, send off of Fr Peter Afoenyem and held a warm reception in honour of the benefactors of Adrian & Gloria Krammer School. Delivering his homily ...

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My best not good enough yet – President Buhari admits

President Muhammadu Buhari has admitted that the performance of his administration in the power sector was “not good enough.” He said that this called for more efforts by Electricity Distribution Companies to provide the needed resources and technical expertise. Buhari assured that his government would play its own part by improving the transmission of electricity. The Nigerian leader stated in ...

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Old Layer

By Pat Amobi Chukwuma The economic condition of our country, Nigeria, often bites me without mercy. When I have no money to purchase fuel for my car, I engage myself in miraculous prayer, so that my petrol tank meter will not go down. As I was travelling one cloudy afternoon, I prayed and prayed, but all to no avail. The ...

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NBA Awka Branch Organizes Testimonial Match for Outgoing Chairman

By Abuchi Onwumelu The Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Awka Branch, last Saturday organized a testimonial match for its outgoing chairman, Barr. Gab Moneke, KSJI (Gabmonk) for his outstanding performance as a chairman. The match which took place at Awka was between NBA, Awka Branch and Judiciary Workers and had in attendance lawyers, Judiciary workers, family members and well wishers of ...

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CULTURE IN A THREE-CYCLE – “Oburo iwu na-aga eme mmuonwu”

By Chukwuemerie Udekwe The aged man with white hair was saying, with pain-stained lips and a disappointed heart. “It isn’t a must to give masquerade money.” Except for his facial expression that curried pity, there was nothing else convincing about him. He looked unkempt, of a dishevelled hair, and heavily tattered shirt. Illiteracy was apparent and one only needed to ...

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