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My working visit to East Africa, Rwanda was enlightening. A beautiful country with several hills which led to its nickname ‘land of a thousand hills’. It is now a travel destination for many. Today,the name Rwanda is a reminder of a war, the genocide which killed several people. prior, to my visit,... Continue Reading »

According to Forbes, her real time Net Worth as of September 24, 2016, was $3.3 Billion. She’s Isabel dos Santos, Africa’s richest woman according to Forbes 2016 research. Her rise to stardom is a truism of John Mason’s assertion: “The world makes room for a person of purpose.” According... Continue Reading »

Experts are of the belief that in the past, the religion was practiced in isolation but has now begun to take a “pro-evangelical” stance in recent decades. Over the years, Islam has gained ground in the southern African country of Zimbabwe; a nation that is regarded as Christian dominated. The spread... Continue Reading »

INTERVIEW WITH GERMAN CONSULAR GENERAL- MR INGO HERBERT What is the level of bilateral relations between Nigeria and Germany today? The foreign ministers Germany says with AFRICA it is close but still so far but with regard to Nigeria, and Germany in their relations let me say that after, South Africa,... Continue Reading »

“That’s brilliant. You must have worked very hard,” I said to my 13 year old son Aran, upon learning that he had come 1st in his year for Spanish. “I didn’t work hard at all Dad,” came back the reply. “The teacher makes the lessons so interesting that when I... Continue Reading »

Goodwill Message I offer my very warm greetings to all who are gathered this morning to take part in the Mentoring and Tree Planting Initiative at Ikorodu. I had planned to be there myself, to participate and to enjoy the company of the Principal and Staff, the Children and the General Manager and Management... Continue Reading »

Reaching Your Goal

“Life’s but a walking shadow, a poor player that struts and frets his hour upon the stage and then is heard no more. It is a tale” told over and over again.” So as the year gradually comes to an end, we cannot help but wonder at how well we have performed and remember gains and definitely... Continue Reading »

The British House of Commons has listened to an Early day motion 808 for Biafra Independence. The motion was tabled on Thursday, December 3 by primary sponsor, Tom Elliott of the Ulster Unionist Party representing Fermanagh and South Tyrone constituency and co-sponsored by Danny Kinahan also of the same... Continue Reading »

Patience is an essential quality to have in order to build enduring connections with our children despite the exasperating challenges that parenting throws our way. Here are six ways for us to become more patient with our children. 1. Be flexible. Accept that things can happen in a different order than... Continue Reading »

Why I am Thankful

Sitting with my family at table having Supper after church on Sunday, was a normal pastime in our household. A period when everyone took turns telling stories and happenings during the past week. The stories were usually diverse with everyone recounting tales from outings, meetings, school runs and social... Continue Reading »

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