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Refugee Who Lost Everything Puts Faith in Christ and Finds New Hope

Within one week, Syrian refugee Amal lost both her husband and her two sons to violence in the Syrian civil war.

“I left my sons at home and went to visit my sister who lives seven hours away. 229 more words


Improve your time management

Being able to organise your time effectively ensures you have a balance between your study, family and leisure commitments.

There is no single time management plan for everyone. 383 more words

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The International Starboy and Nigeria’s Baba Nla Wizkid, who is highly celebrated in and out of Africa, has grown to become the most followed Nigerian celebrity on Twitter with a whopping three million plus followers. 184 more words


Newswire : Obama’s Charlottesville message one of the most liked tweets in history

By: Emily Tillet, CBS News

 President of Obama speaking to children

President Obama’s tweet quoting former South African President Nelson Mandela following the violent clashes and domestic terror attack after white supremacists descended on Charlottesville, Virginia, has made Twitter history with over 3 million likes, making it the most-liked tweet since the social media site launched, according to new Twitter analytics data… 352 more words


Newswire : Steve Bannon, most controversial Trump advisor, leaves White House post

By Lauren Victoria Burke (NNPA Newswire Contributor)
Civil rights leaders and members of Congress praised the dismissal of Chief Strategist Steve Bannon from the White House; Bannon’s exit is just the latest departure from the chaotic Trump Administration, that has yet to win a major legislative victory. 868 more words


Newswire : Lumumba becomes youngest Mayor of Jackson, Mississippi

By Othor Cain (The Mississippi Link/NNPA Member)

 CChokwe Lumumba and his wife at swearing in ceremony

Chokwe Antar Lumumba became the youngest mayor in the history of Jackson, Miss., when he was sworn-in last month in front of a standing room-only crowd at Jackson’s Convention Center Complex. 932 more words


Newswire : Nigerian leader, ending 3 month hospital stay, returns with fiery speech

Nigerian President Buhari
Aug. 21, 2017 (GIN) – After a long absence due to ill health, President Muhammadu Buhari returned to Nigeria pledging to renew the fight against terror group Boko Haram and end a rash of ethnic violence which he blamed on “political mischief makers.” 346 more words