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AVEDNA KENDRA - INVITATION

WE REQUEST HONOR OF YOUR PRESENCE ONĀ 
INAUGURATION OF OUR DREAM – PROJECT
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five years ago i witnessed michelle martelly's inauguration in haiti, it was a disturbing sight

five years ago i was in haiti and witnessed michelle martelly’s inauguration
it was a disturbing sight
and i never thought he would make it to a full term… 1,102 more words

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Chinese-built Equatorial Guinea embassy facility inaugurated

A newly constructed building of the Equatorial Guinea’s Embassy by China Jiangxi Corporation was inaugurated on Friday in Addis Ababa, capital of the East African country. 115 more words

Inauguration: New Kogi governor weeps recalling hardship as a young fatherless boy


Newly sworn in Governor of Kogi State, Alhaji Yahaya Bello, was all tears as he read his inaugural speech Wednesday just minutes after he took the oath of office as the fourth executive governor of the state. 599 more words

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Yahaya Bello Sworn In As Kogi State Governor

Business man and politician, Alhaji Yahaya Bello, has been inaugurated as the Governor of Kogi State.

The inauguration ceremony, which was held at the 25,000 capacity Confluence Stadium, attracted thousands of residents including the the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, Chief John Odigie-Oyegun, and other APC chieftains. 288 more words

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The Next 362 Days

Has it really been seven years and three days since President Barack Obama’s first inauguration? The calendar says so, so we have already begun marking off the more or less Constitutionally-guaranteed final 362 days of his presidency on our wall with the grimly optimistic impatience of a prisoner awaiting the end of an unjust sentence, but as bad it’s been it somehow doesn’t seem like seven years and three days. 871 more words

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