All Posts by Eyong Kevin

China joins Africa  to denounce stigmatization of HIV infected children

The China-Africa Children Summer Camp themed “ Love in the Sunshine” which brought together 60 young people from Ghana, South Africa, Zimbabwe and China, living with or infected by HIV, opened July 29 at their esplanade


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Fashion tips: How to dress for church

The dressing in our churches today is a cause for concern, as some people; especially youths have failed to distinguish the church house from night clubs and snack bars. We find girls with very tight and


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Rio Olympics 2016: Usain Bolt wins 100m gold, Justin Gatlin second

Bolt, 29, ran 9.81 seconds in his final Olympics to replicate his success at Beijing 2008 and London 2012. Twice banned for doping offences, Gatlin was 0.08 seconds behind Bolt, with Canada’s Andre de Grasse in


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Three days after Stephen Keshi, Nigeria loses another former coach

The technical director of the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF), and former coach of the Super Eagles, Shuaibu Amodu, has died, the NFF announced early Saturday. Mr. Amodu, a four-time coach of the national team, passed on


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Strategies for sustainable use of bamboo and rattan in Africa adopted

Minister Ngole Philip Ngwese reassuring gov’t’s efforts in bamboo and rattan development The maiden edition of Regional Conference on bamboo and rattan has ended in Cameroon’s political capital Yaoundé with experts recommending that bamboo and rattan


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Prophets predict doom for Cameroon

– Apostle Johnson Suleman makes terrifying prophecy against Cameroon, sees Massive explosions – Prophets Chirac says Mount Cameroon will erupt Apostle Johnson Suleman, the founder of Omega Fire and Miracles Ministries, based in Auchi, Edo State


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Pentecostals are a dangerous group – Prof. Emmanuel Yenshu, Sociologist

“Pentecostals are a dangerous group. They breed intolerance. When you can’t understand another person, it is dangerous because you stop short of going to war with that person.” Emmanuel Yenshu Vubo, Professor of Sociology at the


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EDITORIAL 0382: JACQUES FAME NDONGO’S IDEA ON THE UNIVERSITY HARMONISATION PALAVAR

What the Minister of Higher Education, Jacques Fame Ndongo, might have thought to be a very bright idea, seems not to have landed well on some trade unions and associations, in one way or the other


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How the BICEC quartet succeeded to embezzle FCFA 50 billion

National and international banking community was last Tuesday, August 9 hit with the news of the arrest of four individuals accused of siphoning the sum of FCFA 50 billion from BICEC during the period running from


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Child Labour reaches worrisome levels  in Kumba

Despite government effort to protect the right of the child against harsh and inhuman treatments such as child labour and child exploitation a high degree of child exploitation, still exist in most of the towns and


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