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I sinned, I faltered, I have dishonored God and I have done a great evil to my fellow man . I make excuses to cover my actions, I do my best to rationalize my inactions but with the ticking of the Clock all I have come to realize is this “I have not been faithful as a man and as a son of God”. 483 more words

IGBO WOMEN IN AWKA PROTEST HARMFUL TRADITIONAL PRACTICES

By Emmanuel Obe,

Several women from the South East geopolitical zone on
Wednesday met in Awka, Anambra State to discuss ways of
abolishing several harmful practices against the Igbo woman. 252 more words

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LEPROSY CASES IN ANAMBRA INCREASING AT AN ALARMING RATE

The state Commissioner for Health, Dr. Joe Akabuike, revealed
this in his office during a press briefing to commemorate this
year’s World Leprosy Day.
Anambra State has a total of 109 leprosy cases. 324 more words

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Why Printing a Flyer from a Roselle Printing Company Still Matters


While there are many ways to promote your business online through recognized tools, such as interactive video ads, responsive web design, and well-placed social media posts, print materials, such as newsletters or flyers, remain as relevant as ever in certain marketing campaigns for their distinct advantage that cannot be replicated online. 92 more words

UPDATES: NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS SENATE MEETING

BEING A COMMUNIQUE ISSUED AT THE END OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS (NAUS) SENATE MEETING, HELD 28th OF FEBUARY 2015 AT IBRAHIM BADAMASI BABANGIDA UNIVERSITY, LAPAI NIGER STATE. 737 more words

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UNIZIK UPDATES: NEW DISCIPLINARY STUDENTS TEAM CREATED

The Vice-Chancellor has made some changes in the Students
Disciplinary Committee and they are as follows:
Prof. P. K. Igbokwe – Chairperson
Prof. Kenn Nwogu – Member… 25 more words

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SCAM: 100's THINK THEY ARE POLICE RECRUIT

Accra – Hundreds of Ghanaians reported to police stations
around the country over the weekend thinking they were new
police recruits, only to find out they were the victims of a… 116 more words

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