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Monthly Archives: September 2019

Anambra CSDA Empowers Communities

. . Assures Speedy Implementation of On-going Projects Penultimate Friday, Anambra CSDA organized a one-day Re-sensitization and Accelerated Project Implementation meeting for all the PGs, CPMC & GPMC Chairmen of all the 37 Communities & Vulnerable Groups currently benefiting from ANCSDP-AF. The event which served as a capacity building, information sharing and conflict resolution session was held at IDK Learning ...

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Open Letter To God

By Pat Amobi Chukwuma Dear Almighty Father, How are you? How are your Angels and Saints? I hope my departed father, siblings, relations, friends and well-wishers are there with you in your Kingdom. Kindly extend my warm regards to them. I am really missing them so much. There is no doubt that they are enjoying those things which no eyes ...

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The End of an Era-Robert Mugabe (1924-2019)

By Nze Nwabueze Akabogu The news of the sudden demise of the foremost nationalist and doyen of liberation struggles in Southern Africa, former President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe was received by the global community with great shock and utter grief. The international media was awash with the sad development as both the print and electronic media carried the rather unfortunate ...

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Obiano Sues for Peace in Umunya Community

By Ikeugonna Eleke Anambra State governor, Chief Willie Obiano, has supervised the oath taking for Umunya indigenes in Oyi Local Government Area of the State. It took place during a peace parley to settle rifts that had torn the community apart. The traditional ruler of the community, Igwe Chris Onyekwuluje, had called a meeting of members of the community and ...

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One Drowned, Two Escape Death as Flood Ravages Awka

By Ikeugonna Eleke At least one person lost his life, while two others escaped death from floods after a torrential rainfall hit Awka last Sunday. Also, over 10 vehicles were swept into drainage canals along the Enugu – Onitsha Expressway as a result of the rainfall which began at about 5pm, while several houses lost either their fences or roofs. ...

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Anambra Needs Business Man as Next Governor – Ifeanyi Ubah

By Jude Atupulazi In order to effectively address the real needs of Anambra State, the next governor should be one who understands business and who is a business man, says Chief Ifeanyi Ubah, Senator representing Anambra South Senatorial Zone. Ubah stated this last Thursday in Ogboji, Orumba South LGA of Anambra State during a private visit to a Ghana based ...

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FRSC to Begin Impounding Unregistered Motorcycles, Keke in Anambra

By Ikeugonna Eleke The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) Anambra State Command, will commence impounding unregistered motorcycles and tricycles from October 2, 2019. The Sector Commander of the corps, Mr Andrew Kumapayi, who gave the directive while briefing newsmen in Awka, warned those concerned to comply with the directive or have themselves to blame. He said, ‘Officers and men of ...

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Bishop Ezeokafor Calls for More Consistent Faith among Parishioners of All Saints, Awgbu

. . . Assures Diocesan Support for Technical Education Initiative By Chioma Ndife The Catholic Bishop of Awka Diocese, Most Rev. Paulinus Ezeokafor, has called for more consistent faith among parishioners of All Saints Catholic Church, Awgbu, Orumba North LGA, Anambra State. He made the call last Sunday in a homily during his pastoral visit to the parish where he ...

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Pope Francis: God Forgets our Sins after Confession

By Courtney Grogan Pope Francis said Sunday that God forgets sins absolved within the confessional. “How do you defeat evil? Accepting God’s forgiveness … It happens every time we go to confession; there we receive the love of the Father who overcomes our sin. It is no longer there, God forgets it,” Pope Francis said in his Angelus message Sept. ...

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