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Watch: Nationwide Series GarageCam, 12:10 p.m. ET

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first_imgWATCH: Throwback: Dale Jr. wins, Sept. 2011 MORE: READ: Dover’s Top 10 Monstrous moments Live from Dover, Nationwide Series GarageCam, 12:10 p.m. ET, Sept. 27center_img WATCH: Preview Show for Dover’s AAA 400 READ: Paint Scheme Preview; see Kenseth’s wraplast_img

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Zimbabwe to seek extradition of Palmer

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first_imgZIMBABWE POWER TRANSITION Related Nigerian farmers seek more incentives TALK AFRICA: Zimbabwe Looks East South Africa has been struggling to contain a record surge in rhino poaching, and poachers have slaughtered tens of thousands of elephants annually for their ivory around Africa in recent years. Fears are now emerging that the United States department of justice may decline Zimbabwe’s request for the extradition of the American man behind the killing of Cecil the lion.Legal experts have cautioned that legal technicalities and international perceptions on the record of Zimbabwe’s justice system, may just help Walter Palmer get away with what some have termed an open and shut poaching case.last_img

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Royal Priesthood to host Women Empowerment forum

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first_img Share 265 Views   no discussions Share Tweet FaithLifestyleLocalNews Royal Priesthood to host Women Empowerment forum by: – August 12, 2014center_img Sharing is caring! Share Royal Priesthood will be hosting its first event aimed at empowering women on August 21-22 2014 at the Living Hope fellowship in Massacre. The event is being held in collaboration with Hilly Leon Ministries from Virginia in the USA. Women Empowerment 2014 will be held under the theme “MAD- Make A Difference”. The first session themed Life in a Fishbowl is targeted at the wives of pastors and elders The focus will be to help these women to handle scrutiny ,the expectations and public opinions. They will be expose to ways of making life in a fishbowl more enjoyable. Women will be better able to understand the importance of developing and maintaining close, trusted and supportive friendships.The second night will be for all women and will be held under the theme Get out of the Boat. Women will be challenged to experience the joy, freedom and miracle of being a child of God.The session will explore reasons why people choose to stay in the boat and what to do if they start to sink. Women will be exhorted to get out of the boat, get powered up through prayer and keep their eyes on Jesus and take a step of faith.The two nights of services will focus on helping the women to leave their well defined, secure comfort zones and get out of the boat so they can experience the miracle of walking on water. Women will be encouraged to get out of the boat in the area of their comfort zones and learn to trust others as well as let others get to know them. They will be challenged to reach out past their social comfort zones and make a difference in the lives of others. It is the hope that after the sessions women will develop a deeper spiritual relationship with God through prayer and reading of the word and will desire to have a more intimate relationship with The Lord.For more information you can contact Beverly Leblanc at 2753662 or Bernadette Jean Jacques at 4498593last_img read more

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Korean Centre Donates Taekwondo Equipment to FCT UPEB

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first_imgOlawale Ajimotokan in AbujaThe Korean Cultural Centre on Tuesday made a donation of sets of taekwondo equipment to the FCT UPEB for distribution to four elementary and junior secondary schools in the FCT.Director of Korean Cultural Centre, Han Sungrae, made the equipment presentation to the Director FCT UPEB, Dr Adamu Jatau Noma, represented by Hassan Sule.The receiving schools where taekwondo is taught in Abuja include; Model Primary School, Maitama, LEA Primary School, Wuse 1, Model Junior Secondary School, Maitama and LEA Primary School, Wuse Zone 3.The taekwondo equipment include kicking pads, mitts, uniforms, thermometer and First Aid boxes are meant for use in the schools where the sport is taught.Han said the centre has continued to support the project by also providing instructors for better learning.He said the collaboration will strengthen the bilateral relations between Nigeria and South Korea in addition to a wonderful opportunity to hatch young athletes with physical and mental fitness as well as groom future educated champions, who will win laurels in both national and international tournaments, including the Olympics. The donation was sequel to partnership document the Korean Centre signed with FCT UPEB on taekwondo development last year.“Taekwondo is Korean martial art that helps in the development of both development of both physical and mental fitness of practitioners. It makes them more disciplined and helps them develop their leadership ability,” Han said.Noma described the partnership with the centre as robust, that covers areas of sport and education of students, allowing the students to develop their mental capacity.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

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