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Gratitude to my mother, my hero, Amb, Egondu Margaret Chinyere. Like Hannah returned Samuel to the Synagogue. I've returned in service to that God who brought me into this World as a gift of light. By the divine order, I was led slowly like a caterpillar through the illusion of darkness and light to the manifestation and emergence of my true life purpose . To spread my wings adorned with beautiful colors like a butterfly; as I stand in my truth of my mission on earth. A new life was born out of the old through spiritual enlightenment into a new dimension of a noble service to humanity.
I am grateful to God for every teacher sent on my path to guild me through this journey. Even though I walked through the valley of the darkest shadows of death filled with thorns, scorpions and snakes; my destiny must surely prevail. In hope through faith, obedience, endurance, confidence, strength the scale shifted into balance with divine justice. I celebrate my life as a new being, standing in my power as a hierophant as I beam this little light of mine across the Universe.
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Cardinal Prof Dominion Joseph needs your support to build a strong Africa for the betterment of humanity
Cardinal Prof Dominion Joseph is the African president of the international parliament for Safety, Peace, Justice and Human Rights commission United Nations in Africa.
In a recent conversation on Whatsap from his base in Cameroun with Queen Kojo of Africa, he talked passionately about his project “to build a strong Africa for the betterment of humanity”. In all likelihood there will be some concern for Ambassadors(Men and women of Goodwill) across the globe who want to support his projects for Africa as they read this article. Cardinal Prof Dominion Joseph`s main focus is on "agriculture, trade and education".
However, he laid more emphasis on agriculture which implies, of course, that for him, the question of food manufacturing should be on top of our priority. As the saying goes "A hungry man is an angry man". From the discussion with Queen Kojo of Africa, he made it clear that :"we must ensure there's enough food on the table for every African family". According to him, "A global economic war is at hand due to Covid-19 and after it there will be a global scarcity, meaning shortage of food. Whoever owns Food Owns the World".
In the same paper forwarded to Queen Kojo of Africa, Cardinal Prof Dominion Joseph stressed the need for the 54 African countries: a population of 1.3 billion people to be food self-sufficient : "I have a dream and good ideas, and my ideas will be beneficial and workable in Africa for our dear people. With the present situation, I truly feel, with GOD's Divine Guidance, we can already grow and develop Africa in terms of agriculture, trade and education”.
Suffice to say that, Cardinal Prof Dominion draws our attention to altruism, thereby he wants us to be our brothers and sisters keeper in Africa. They need our help !
Queen Kojo of Africa calls on anyone, or international organisations who are interested to work with Cardinal Prof Dominion Joseph to leave us a message on our contact page.
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Dr. Baroness Uba Onwudiwe-Iwunwa, a multi-talented artist, is the author of Bitter Kola. The Vice President and co-founder of Uba Key Global Commission for Humanity said she wrote the book to empower women across the globe, especially those suffering in silence in their homes and ashamed to voice it out.
“I have written this book to save the lives of women under bondage and help them to look in the mirror and say, Yes, I’m beautiful and I have the right to live and to say no to injustice,” she declared. “Their voices resonate fully well in the book, and that’s my role as a writer –to reflect on human interest stories and bring them as a source of awareness to my readers.”
Bitter Kola sets out to denounce evil in the society against the backdrop that women Africa and across the globe are undergoing domestic violence. It is a wakeup call for them to up to their “marriage slave masters”, and let them know that marriage is all about love and compromise. “It’s true the emancipation of women in Africa is in progress, but we need to educate our girls in terms of gender equality and let them know that some of them are better than boys,” she said.
“It is disheartening when I hear today that those women amid all their ordeals in a man’s world have become objects of ‘ritual sacrifices’ for occult men who want to make money by all means,” she lamented.
Bitter Kola also aims at bringing changes in the lives of African women before they become victims of different abuses. The author sees herself as an instrument of women emancipation in Africa. She said, “In a male dominated world, where a woman’s place is in the kitchen and in the bed room. We have to fight for our rights. In a world where a woman’s role is to get pregnant and carter for her children most of the time, when the father is absent in the home, we have to fight for our rights.”
When she started writing Bitter Kola, she used her outline as a way of making sure that the idea interest was of interest to her to sustain the subject of victims of domestic violence in a male dominated society.
“Someone has to address the issue of those who have no more strength to fight the male bullies in our society. I am now a part of the struggle, because it’s my role as an African writer to be the mouthpiece of our people. Bitter Kola is all about empowerment, and I hope women who will read it will appreciate my story. For men, it will help them to love and respect their wives. I expect them to bring romance back in the homes instead of violence,” she declared.
What does she consider the way out of this gender imbalance? She responded, “We need to educate our girls. We need to give them sex education in order to avoid unwanted pregnancies. It is pathetic to see a 16 year old girl who should be in school nursing a child. That’s absurd. We have to create motivational workshops where the key speakers will talk about “Ambition”, “Goals”, and more.
“We will let our girls to know that ambition is the best contraceptive pill and that their future is better than cheap money they may collect from men. We should teach them how to be resourceful, and not to depend on men. For example, if they go to a restaurant with a man, they should not wait for him to pay for their bill. This is the only way to set the gender imbalance straight and in so doing they will gain the respect of men.”
She doubles as Nigeria’s Goodwill Ambassador in Canada. “This position is based on a showcase of African culture, tradition and heritage across the miles, a positive outlook of Nigerians as great people of the planet earth. No more should we stand and be labelled only by corruption.”
On the book launch, she said, “It’s an accomplishment of two years of writing on domestic violence where many women suffer all sorts of humiliation. It was something that has been with me for long, having been greatly inspired by stories my grandma told me when I was a teenager on gender issues.
HE Baroness Uba Iwunwa