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Easter Call To Newness Of Life

Easter Message of His Lordship, Most Rev. Peter Ebere Okpaleke, Bishop of Ekwulobia It is with joy that I wish you all, a happy Easter celebration. This is our first Easter as a diocesan family. Just as our Diocese is new, I want to remind all of us that Easter is a call to newness of life which can be ...

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FRSC Returns N716, 800 to Auto Crash Victim’s Family

By Chioma Ndife The Federal Road Safety Commission, Anambra State Command, has returned a cash of N716, 800 belonging to an accident victim to the family. This was contained in a press statement signed by SRC Florence Edor, the image maker of the command on behalf of the Sector Commander, Anambra State FRSC. The victim had been involved in a ...

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2021: Anambra Should Go South

In Nigerian politics, oftentimes expediency trumps morality. Honour is also a scarce commodity. Sadly, this norm has gained a toehold. As the 6 November 2021 Anambra State Governorship election approaches, the issue of zoning is now front and centre and fraught with controversy for most parties. This is more so for my party, PDP. It should not be, for anyone ...

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Vatican Museums to Reopen With Strict New Measures in May

The Vatican Museums are planning to reopen to the public next month with strict new COVID-19 measures. “Considering the continuation of the health crisis and the still uncertain situation, we communicate that, at the moment, the Vatican Museums and Gardens are expected to reopen to the public from Monday, May 3,” a message on the Vatican Museums website said. The ...

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South African Bishops Establish Humanitarian

Desk in Mozambique to Address Growing Crisis By Agnes Aineah In an attempt to describe the humanitarian crisis in Mozambique, Johan Viljoen who works with the Bishops in South Africa recalls a particular heart wrenching image that summed up the Darfur hunger crisis. It is photographer Kevin Carter’s iconic image of an emaciated boy crouching on the ground, naked with ...

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Food Insecurity Worsening In Many Countries, CRS Warns

Global hunger has reached an alarming level and could grow worse as the COVID-19 pandemic stretches on, said Catholic Relief Services this week. The organization issued a new analysis identifying food crises in 14 countries, including the Democratic Republic of Congo, Nigeria, Somalia, Yemen, Venezuela, and Zimbabwe. “In addition to the tremendous health and economic impacts of this disease, COVID-19 ...

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