May 18, 2022


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Good News, Bad News: A Story of Internet Shutdowns in Togo And Ethiopia Read more

The pushback against internet shutdowns in Africa received a boost last month when the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Community Court of Justice ruled that the 2017 internet shutdown in Togo was illegal. This followed another win just over a year ago when, in January 2019, the Zimbabwe High Court ruledthat the state-initiated internet shutdown that […]Read More


Like Martin Luther King, Prof. Omenugha Has a Dream

If Kate Azuka Omenugha had allowed the limitations normally imposed on the girl child in Nigeria’s rural settings weigh her down, she will not today be a Professor of Mass Communication. Her life’s narrative, therefore, is a classical example of a local village woman who brazed the odds of socio and cultural limitations not only […]Read More


Children are the future of our world

At time when the focus many in Nation’s Capital is on youth gangs and violence, historic Metropolitan AME Church in down town will spot light youth who are achieving academically and will display their creativity in music and dance  at Youth Day 2014. The community is invited to share the joy of this event on […]Read More


Education Plan at Anglican Church

The officers invite Church of the Brethren members to join them in prayer on Wednesday mornings at 8 a.m. (each in their own time zone) until the start of next year’s Conference. The officers have provided an online prayer calendar guide for this time of prayer each week. “The Great Commission of Matthew 28:19-20 stands […]Read More


Youth Sponsorship Program

Christian and Jewish leaders from the United States have committed to “developing an effective and ongoing national dialogue” during a March 27 summit in New York City. Among the Christian leaders were the Rev. Elizabeth A. Eaton, presiding bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), and the Rev. Mark S. Hanson, former ELCA […]Read More