The battle is won but the war is not over. Rastafari family fights on.

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October 28, 2016

Today the Rastafari couple charged with not sending their children to school journeyed to court to have their judgments handed down. The parents were fighting two cases which related to their two children in their bid to home school them. One case was brought before the Court by the Ministry of Education for failing to send their children to school. The other case, based on the first, was brought by…

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The Weekend God Of Africa:

A girl carrying a cross arrives to celebrate mass at Saint Charles Lwanga church in Bangui on December 15, 2013. The Central African Republic's president offered yesterday to hold talks with Christian militia groups in efforts to end spiralling sectarian violence that has killed hundreds of people in a week.
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November 11, 2015

By Diescho’s Dictum Most world civilizations have either their own version of God with a special connection between themselves and that God, or a name for the religion that connects their being to their God of the past, the present and the future, or both. It would appear that the people on the Afrikan continent are the only group that does not have either a God of their own or…

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MESQEL: An Ethiopian Celebration.

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October 7, 2015

By Girmachew Gashaw On 27 September 2015, Sunday, a number of tourists took part in the Masqel celebration held at the Masqel square. Most of them came from every corner of the world and it was the first time for some of them to take part in this grand event. And some did so twice or trice, even more. According to the information secured from reliable sources, the number of…

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People of Africa: Igbo

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September 17, 2015

1 • INTRODUCTION The Igbo are the second largest group of people living in southern Nigeria. They are socially and culturally diverse, consisting of many subgroups. Although they live in scattered groups of villages, they all speak one language. The Igbo have no common traditional story of their origins. Historians have proposed two major theories of Igbo origins. One claims the existence of a core area, or “nuclear Igboland.” The…

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RELIGIONS AND SPIRITUAL PARASITISM

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June 10, 2014

By Master Naba Lamoussa Morodenibig According to the original cosmogony story, it is clear that the perfect model of the becoming of the world is simply inaccessible to the human nature. This is why the Gods of the Ennead of Uast (Thebes) have presented to the humankind a second trinity made of Gods that are divine enough to belong to the perfect model and at the same time human enough…

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