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CRARN Lauds Governor Udom Over Support for Street Children

A charity organization in Eket, Nigeria, the Child's Right and Rehabilitation Network (CRARN) has commended the Akwa Ibom State Governor, Mr. Udom Emmanuel, for donating food and other items to the street and abandoned Children taking refuge at CRARN Children Centre in Eket.

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Gov. Udom of Akwa Ibom State.

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Thinking Aloud as we Celebrate our 56 Independence Anniversary

b2ap3_thumbnail_Sierra-LEONE_20170425-153738_1.jpgAs we celebrate yet another independence anniversary in Sierra Leone – April 27th 2017, it brings to mind, the July 12th Ghana - Accra visit by former U.S. President Barack Obama. Talking to a mammoth crowd of Ghanaians in Accra, he condemned African leaders who enrich themselves on the ticket of dictatorship, and urged Africans to demand better governments with stronger institutions. He said: “Africa doesn’t need strongmen, it needs strong institutions”.

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Don Ceder appeals for your vote at 15th March parliamentary elections in The Netherlands.

Every week at his office in Amsterdam this young lawyer is attending to hundreds of people in need of assistance to clear them from unnecessary debts and bills incurred from tax office, in some cases they have been wrongfully taxed. Recently I met him on his campaign train and chatted with him on his mission to become a parliamentarian. Meet Don Ceder, a candidate on the ticket of the Christian Union, No 7 on the list. Read his interview and why we have to vote him into the parliament.

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TV: Give a short introduction of yourself?

Don Ceder: I was born 27 years ago in the city of Amsterdam. I’m an offspring of a Ghanaian mother and a Surinamese father. I am currently practicing as a lawyer and I own a law firm based in Amsterdam.


TV: Congratulations, and what does your work entails as a lawyer?


Don Ceder: As a lawyer I chose to advocate for citizens whose rights are being violated by unlawful additional costs by collection agencies (in the Netherlands they are known as ‘Incasso bureaus’), tax authorities, big companies, CJIB and banks. Many people lack the language from minority communities and even those who have the language are scare to death whenever they get bills they do not clearly understand, out of panic many goes to pay it and some even get more bills after paying so some people are in serious debts. Through my legal representation I have helped many to correct the mistakes and even get them payback the over charges they have received in the past.

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HON. KENNETH C. GBANDI PRESENTS HIMSELF FOR CHAIRMANSHIP OF NIDO EUROPE

Hon. Kenneth Gbandi is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of African Heritage, the current president of NIDO Germany and presently vying to become the Chairman of the Nigerians Diaspora Organization. He is not a man hungry for power but he is in demand because of his record of successes within the Diaspora community in Europe. In this write up, we make him to speak for himself, what is plans are for NIDIO Europe and he was not shy of words.

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Read his plan for Nigerians in the Diaspora and why you have to vote him in.

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Traders Protest Ijaw youths Intimidation

Over one hundred traders from Ogbe Ijoh market in Warri South local government area of Delta State have protested to the Government House in Asaba over the death of three women traders who have died out of frustration after Ijaw youths burnt down their market.
The protesters who carried placards and leaves in front of the government house on Wednesday were wailing and weeping, lamenting the harsh condition which they have been facing because of the intimidation from the ijaw youths who have vowed to make life miserable for the traders for refusing to pay the sum of N12, 000 by each of the traders.

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Governor Ifeanyi Okowa, Delta state of Nigeria

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