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Africans in Italy

New book helps “repair broken walls of our society”

“Next Nehemiah” by Adebowale Afolabi Adekunbi

Adebowale Afolabi Adekunbi, a third-year pharmacy student at the University of Rome, Tor Vergata, has published an ethical book called the “Next Nehemiah”.

This is a religious book aimed at helping repair the broken walls of our society, a book on modern social issues. The style of writing is unique and factual; yet, with a poetic tone to rub in facts occasionally whilst maintaining a sense of humour to reward the reader with appetite. The book is just wonderful.
 

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Be law abiding and hard working, Ghanaians advised

Gruppo Dani celebrates 61st Anniversary

Deputy Ambassador of Ghana to Italy Hon. Charles Baah and Mr. Simon Atieku, the First Secretary, political and economic affairs at the Ghana’s Embassy joined the Vicenza based Gruppo Dani company in celebrating its 61st Anniversary.

The big party was held at the prestigious Ristorante della Campagna in Trissino.
 

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GaDangmes Association holds big party in Modena

GaDangmes Association in Emilia Romagna Region recently held a spectacular event in Sassuolo, Modena. This is an association of natives from Greater Accra Region in Ghana.

It was the first outdoor event organised by the Association since its formation in January 2009.  
The event was meant to bring together all the members to have fun and share ideas.

There was plenty of Ghanaian food and drinks as well as music. “It has been a joyful evening,” said one of the many Italians who attended the event. “The music attracted our interest and we found ourselves in the thick of things,” added another Italian.
 

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Ijeoma and Nnanna hold colourful marriage ceremony

Ijeoma Opara and Nnanna Okere recently celebrated a colourful traditional wedding in Iniyshi in Ikeduru Local Government Area in Imo State, Nigeria.

The venue of the colourful event was the country home of Engineer Tom Mathew Opara, the father of the bride. It was a traditional affair, including dresses and the usherettes’ uniform.

To reflect the mood of the day, the ancient town of Iniyshi-Ikeduru wore a new look that easily showed that important visitors were expected.

The ceremony started with the arrival of Nnanna accompanied by his brothers and friends. He wore an ash black material popularly known as “resource control” attire to match, and greeted the visitors by warmly embracing and making them feel at home.

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Yoruba Day to be held in Parma

The Egbe Omo Yoruba in Parma and the province will host their 1st Yoruba Day in Parma, on Saturday 10th September 2011.

The event will take place at 16:00 at Colombofilo Nite Club, Strada dei Mercati, 15, Parma.
 

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