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Towards Repositioning 419 Tag in Nigeria

Nigeria is the country with the highest concentration of black people all over the world but has not been able to fully actualize its potential to advance the lives of her citizens let alone stand for the black race dispersed all around the world. One of the ills the country faces is the perceived narratives negative that is imprinted on her. One of such is that Nigeria is a 419 country! i.e. However, the link below holds the view that the number 419 which has negative connotation could be…See More
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We didn’t receive money from the Presidency —A D King Foundation President/Ceo

We didn’t receive money from the Presidency —ADKing Foundation PresidentApril 8, 2018 InterviewDr. Babs Onabanjo is at the center of the controversial visit of a delegation of members of the late American…See More
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Allegations unfounded: The truth shall set you free

Let it be known that the Atlanta delegation was invited by President through the office of the Senior Special Assistant to the President Foreign Affairs and Diaspora to attend the 1st Black History Month in Nigeria. We further received a letter of confirmation from the same office which stated “ I write to inform you that all arrangements for your visit to Nigeria for the Black History Month, Nigeria….have virtually been concluded. While we look forward to receiving you, I assure you of a…See More
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Response to Award Presented To President Buhari

The award that was given to Mr. President was by the Africana in Diaspora as part of the Black History Month Nigeria 2018, Maiden Edition.Dr. Naomi Ruth Barber King and Mr. Isaac Newton Farris Jr., who is a nephew of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. were special guests of President Muhammudu Buhari for the event.Dr. Naomi King being the…See More
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Baby Benedict Needs Life Saving Surgery, Please Help! Donate Generously

Baby Benedict Needs Life-Saving SurgeryPlease help Keep Baby Benedict alive, be the angel. Thank you!Benedict was born in Nigeria with Hirschsprung disease that underwent ileostomy at Eagleton Hospital 11months ago, the little boy…See More
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    We didn’t receive money from the Presidency —A D King Foundation President/Ceo

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    We didn’t receive money from the Presidency —ADKing Foundation President

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    Allegations unfounded: The truth shall set you free

    Posted by Babs onabanjo on March 31, 2018 at 3:30pm 0 Comments

    Let it be known that the Atlanta delegation was invited by President through the office of the Senior Special Assistant to the President Foreign Affairs and Diaspora to attend the 1st Black History Month in Nigeria.



    We further received a letter of confirmation from the same office which stated “ I write to inform you that all arrangements for your visit to Nigeria for the Black History Month, Nigeria….have virtually been concluded. While we look forward to receiving you, I…

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    Response to Award Presented To President Buhari

    Posted by Babs onabanjo on March 28, 2018 at 8:47pm 0 Comments

    The award that was given to Mr. President was by the Africana in Diaspora as part of the Black History Month Nigeria 2018, Maiden Edition.

    Dr. Naomi Ruth Barber King and Mr. Isaac Newton Farris Jr., who is a nephew of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. were special guests of President Muhammudu Buhari for the…

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