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Monthly Archives: July 2019

We’ll Hold Buhari Responsible For Killing Of Herdsmen In South – Northern Group

The Coalition of Northern Groups (CNG) has said President Muhammadu Buhari and his government would be held responsible should any northerner fall victim of the consequences of the concerns they raised about the safety of Fulani herdsmen in the southern part of the country. Buhari had told Fulani herdsmen in the southern part of the country to ignore northern elders’ ...

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Chairman Onitsha North Beckons on Youths to Embrace Hardwork

The Chairman of Onitsha North Local Government Area, Mr. Patrick Agha Mba, has called on youths in the area to embrace hardwork and take advantage of the numerous skills acquisition programmes initiated by his administration in order to become gainfully employed. Speaking at the fourth graduation ceremony of 18 students of the Onitsha North Local Government ICT Centre, Ime-Obi Square, ...

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Ndi Anambra Urged to Join Cooperative Societies to Increase Productivity

By Sunny Ijomah Ndi Anambra have been urged to support the State Government efforts towards boosting economic productivity by Engaging in Cooperative Society activities. The Anambra State Commissioner For Trade, Commerce and Wealth Creation, Dr. Christian Madubuko, made the call at Dr. Alex Ekwueme Square in Awka during the activities organized by the Ministry of Trade and Commerce to commemorate ...

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Reparation to the Immaculate Heart Of Mary

By Michael Ogunu Meaning of Reparation Reparation can be defined as making amends for damage done to another. To make reparation, according to the common meaning of the word, is to compensate for a wrong, an injustice, or suffering caused to someone, whether through one’s own fault or through the fault of another; or even through the fault of no ...

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The Wrath of Mrs Ayodele

By Chisom Ugwu Jude Ayodele woke up to the harsh glare of the sun through his bedroom window and groaned like an exhausted boar. Slowly – and quite grumpily – he climbed out of bed and drew the curtains over the window. Without bothering to take his bath – as usual – he picked up a pair of jeans from ...

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Obstacles give Alternative Routes to Success

By Mercy Hill Do you think that your life has ended because of the battles and challenges you are currently facing? Do you feel lonely, abandoned and depressed because perhaps you seem disadvantaged in life? Do you believe that all hope is gone because you seem to have no helper? Here is a story that will inspire you! He was ...

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Pope Francis: Migrants Are People, Not Just a Social Issue

By Hannah Brockhaus Pope Francis called Monday for an end to the rhetoric which views migrants as something ‘other,’ saying they are human beings and among those Christ has commanded his disciples to love and assist. “They are persons; these are not mere social or migrant issues!” he said July 8. “’This is not just about migrants,’ in the twofold ...

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Venezuelan Bishops Denounce Maduro’s New Presidential Term as Illegitimate

Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro. Credit: Marcos Salgado/Shutterstock. The bishops of Venezuela have said that Nicolas Maduro’s swearing in for a second term as president Thursday is illegitimate. “The claim to be initiating a new presidential term of office on 10 January 2019 is illegitimate in its origin and opens the door to the nonrecognition of the government, since it lacks ...

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Birth of Baby Boy Greets Farming Season

By Peter Nwasike History was made on the day of Flagg-off of Anambra Farming Day 2019, when a baby boy was born at the venue, the Ekwueme Square, Awka, on Tuesday, July 2, 2019. A young expectant mother, who joined the crowd as a spectator, suddenly developed birth pangs, and the women around her, used their wrappers to form improvised ...

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