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Word of the week - July 28th, 2014

Egwu: means Dance

Sentence: K’anyi gba Egwu (Let’s Dance)

An Igbo man, a Yoruba man and an Hausa
man were lost in a forest and then captured
by cannibals.
The king of the cannibals told the prisoners… 183 more words

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#WonderWomanWednesday: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.

Such a phenomenal woman who has contributed positively to the present world of African literature and women empowerment. Seeing her excel immensely in her craft yet maintaining her humble nature is very inspiring. 7 more words

Finding Gad

Rabbi Yehudah ben Shomeyr

The Tribe of Gad. Gad was the 7th son of Jacob, the 1st son of Jacob and Zilpah the handmaid of Leah (Gen. 3,068 more words

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Review: The Reluctant Dead

 The Reluctant Dead, by Nuzo Onoh

Rating: A+

A scorned wife returns to wreak a terrible vengeance on the husband and mistress that caused her untimely death! 496 more words

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Algaita players, Nigeria

My first card from Nigeria comes from Ahmed. :)

The algaita (also spelled alghaita, algayta or algheita) is a double reed wind instrument from West Africa, especially among the Hausa and Kanuri peoples. 145 more words

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Devotional day 2--- IMELA

Text: 1Thess. 5:18

Thanksgiving is a great weapon, one that devours even the unseen; get your praise on today don’t wait for special days because in case you don’t know, waking up everyday is a HUGE REASON TO THANK THE ALMIGHTY GOD; YOUR FATHER. 216 more words

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