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Africans in Italy

Kwahuman Association inaugurated in Mantova

The Kwahuman Association Matova held an inaugural ceremony in the city.

The colourful ceremony brought together the Kwahu citizens from Ghana who are currently living in Mantova, Brescia, Verona, Bergamo, and Milan.

Pastor Charles Oppong of Christ is the Answer Ministry Suzzara and Pastor K. A. Ekuban of Holy Temple Pentecostal Church Mantova led the prayers to inaugurate the association.

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African, Asian and Latin American Film Festival in Italy. Call for entries

The 22nd African, Asian and Latin American Film Festival will take place in Milan from 19th to 25th March 2012.

The Festival is organized by the Centro Orientamento Educativo (COE) Association, a non-governmental organization which has been working for several years on the promotion and distribution of cinema from the three continents.

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Samuel Takyi: You must know language, culture and system to succeed

Author and life coach urges Africans in Italy to unite and change worldview

Samuel Kennedy Agyei Takyi, a Ghanaian living in Italy, has defied what many immigrants in the country will describe as impediments and racism to become a successful author of six books.

He is a journalist, ordained preacher, motivational speaker, life coach and a creative writer. Samuel, who was once an irregular immigrant, says that living in a foreign land without a permit “is like living in a prison.” He says that life was tough for him when he first arrived in Italy.

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Nigerians in Fermignano celebrate Chastity Nwaosa’s Baptism

Nigerian community in Fermignano, Pesaro/Urbino joined the family of the little Chastity Nwaosa in celebrating her Baptism.

The service was held at Fermignano Catholic Church. The celebrant, Fr. Eke Augustine described Baptism as one of the most important Christian obligations which parents must never ignore.

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Kenyans to mark Mashujaa Day in Rome

Kenyans in Italy will celebrate Mashujaa Day (Heroes Day) in Rome on 23rd October 2011.

The big party will be held in a hall at Via Marsala, 42, very close to Termini Railway Station, from 11.30 am.

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