Monthly Archives: September 2011

A Man And A Widow

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  A man checked into a hotel. There was a computer in his room, so he decided to send a mail to his wife. However, he accidentally typed the wrong email address, and without realizing he sent the mail to …

Why We Supported Mercy Johnson

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  The support Mercy Johnson received from Nollywood stars led by the President of actors Guild of Nigeria was amazing. One would have thought that Segun Arinze and other top stars who were present at the wedding of Nollywood actress …

Exclusive Photos from the 2011 Afrobeats Festival

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The 2011 Afrobeats Festival took place at the Apollo Hammersmith in London on the 28th of August 2011. It was the first African event in the UK to sellout a 5,000+ capacity venue with over 3,000 people attempting to get …

Family Of 8 Wiped Out

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Muslim youths killed a Christian family of eight in Nigeria’s volatile Plateau state on Sunday, local officials said, continuing a week of violence that has pitted gangs from the two faiths against each other and civilians. More than 40 people …

Relationships and making a commitment

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Building a relationship may be hard to do but the hard work pays off when you finally find the person you were meant to be with. Relationships take hard work from both people from the beginning. When you have finally …

The Truth About Food and Health

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Why are degenerative disease rates skyrocketing in Africa? Because we lack the truth about what actually contributes to disease. Why aren’t drugs “curing” many of our diseases? Because the human body is a SELF healing mechanism, when cared for. Even …

A-level boy, 10, is off to Eton

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A schoolboy from east London who passed two A Levels at the age of 10 has been offered a place at Eton. Andrew Ejemai from Dagenham is now waiting to find out if he will be granted a scholarship to …