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The floods that hit Makurdi (In Pictures)…..What can we do to help?

September 26, 2012


  The release of water from the Lagdo Dam in Cameroon devastated farmlands and destroyed houses, flooding Makurdi, the Benue State capital, rendering the popular Makurdi-Gboko road inaccessible. This is just as more houses, churches, schools and motor parks located around the Wurukum roundabout, the area where the food basket statue is placed, have been terribly […]

Benue Politician Abu King Shuluwa Writes Goodluck Ebele Jonathan.

September 8, 2012


Here are the full details of the letter written by Abu King Shuluwa on behalf of the marginalized TIV people. Your Excellency, Marginalization and Deprivation of the Tiv People of the Federal Character Allocation Once again, accept our full compliments and recognition of your exalted office and responsibility to the nation. as a leader, history has bestowed unto […]

How a 24 year old paralympic volunteer saved the dreams of Burkina Faso Paralympians

September 7, 2012


My heart is really gladened by the remarkable story of a 24 year old from essex Liam Conlon who volunteered to meet and greet paralympian visitors in briton but came across some stranded paralympians from burkina faso and did a remarkeable thing that any selfless person should do. Here’s the Story; The burkina faso team landed at Heathrow […]

National Day of Prayer;- Wembley: September 29th

September 2, 2012


Several years ago, Jonathan Oloyede, a convert from Islam, had several vivid visions of renewal, revival and transformation coming to the UK. These included graphic pictures of Wembley Stadium filled to capacity with worshipping and praying Christians. The inspiration which sparked him into action was a vision of people all over the four Nations praying […]