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28 Jun
One piece of news that was trending in the social media last week, was the case of a grandmother who merchandised her seven year old grand daughter for the meagre sum of one thousand and five hundred naira...
26 Jul 2020
Brethren, we are in the very end time, and the situation is getting worse, with everybody getting into the sin of idolatry. One thing or another has occupied the people’s hearts
13 Jun 2019
African leaders yesterday reviewed developments on the continent, including its under-development, stagnation and an ongoing integration project that already seemed stalked. They therefore concluded that several impediments were in the wheel of progress of the second largest continent in the world. Specifically, the stakeholders spotlighted the integration programme being championed by the African Union and…
18 Mar 2018
However, two theories could possibly be inferred from the action of Jonah: (1) Jonah did not want the people of Nineveh to enjoy God’s compassion, hence he preferred that God’s anger should come upon them; (2) Jonah knew his going to Nineveh would be an effort in futility, for God will eventually forgive them (this…

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CAIRO, Egypt, 25 October 2021-/African Media Agency (AMA)/- H.E. Professor Ameenah Gurib-Fakim, the former President of Mauritius and Laureate of the 2007 L’Oréal-UNESCO Prize for Women in Science, delivered a trenchant address at the African Export-Import Bank’s (Afreximbank) fifth annual Babacar Ndiaye Lecture on “the importance of science, technology and innovation in the transformation of African…