Monthly Archives: February 2020

Vera-Queen Mobilizes Support for APG

. . . Hosts Umuoji Ward Exco, Stakeholders By Abuchi Onwumelu The Special Adviser to Governor Willie Obiano on Chieftaincy and Town Union Matters, Hon. Barr. Vera-Queen Okonkwo, has embarked on an aggressive mobilization and sensitization of voters in her community, Umuoji, in Idemili North Local Government Area of Anambra State. Addressing the executive members of the All Progressives Grand ...

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First Trip to Africa : Canadian Musician Hails Fides, Bares Mind on Nigeria

By Michael-Jude Nwolisa A Canadian Musician, Nicole Glover, who recently made her first trip to Nigeria and, indeed, Africa, has praised Fides Media Ltd for its beautiful environment and organization, just as she bared her mind on Nigeria, Nigerians and her travel experiences so far, reports Michael-Jude Nwolisa Speaking during her visit to Fides Media Limited last Monday, the visibly ...

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We Are Prisoners of Ourselves

By Amarachi Okpunobi My name is Andrew and I am a drug addict. No, I think I just used the wrong words, I was a drug addict and I am learning how to cope positively without the substance. I have been on hard drugs for years now. Initially I used to be comfortable with it. In fact I was cool ...

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NAFDAC warns Nigerians against `Maishayi’ tea

The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has warned Nigerians to be cautious when taking cup of tea popularly known as `Maishayi’ from vendors. Prof. Mojisola Adeyeye, NAFDAC Director-General gave the warning in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Monday in Abuja. Adeyeye said that the warning became necessary following information the ...

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Delta Govt Plans Law To Ban Sale, Consumption Of Beef

Delta State government has announced plans to enact a law prohibiting sale and consumption of cow meat, saying cow meat was the reason for herdsmen presence in Delta communities. Executive assistant to Governor Ifeanyi Okowa on communication, Fred Latimore Oghenesivbe, in a statement noted that efforts by the state government and the governor, to check the incessant killing of innocent ...

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Aisha Buhari: Nigeria May Face Worse Security Problems

Wife of the President, Aisha Buhari, on Monday, warned that Nigeria may face worse security problems. She, therefore, called for synergy among all security agencies. Aisha urged them to re-strategize and re-examine the security structure with a view to stem the rising cases of terrorism in Nigeria. She made the call at an international conference on state and security held ...

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India’s Catholic Church Called to Promote Gospel in Daily Life

“Inauguration of CCBI Plenary Assembly on February 16, 20120. By Robin Gomes The Conference of Catholic Bishops of India (CCBI), which brings together the bishops of the country’s Latin-rite dioceses, held its annual plenary assembly, in Bangalore, on February 16. “The followers of Christ have the responsibility to promote the Gospel values of mercy and compassion. The Bishops in our ...

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Angolan Catechists Renew their Commitments

“Catechists in Angola (file picture courtesy: Missionários de Nossa Senhora de La Salette – Angola) Anastácio Sasembele – Luanda, Angola & Paul Samasumo, Vatican City Catechists in Angola have this week reiterated and renewed commitment to their unique vocation of evangelisation. “The vocation of a Catechist, his existence in the Church, is a gift for which we must give thanks ...

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