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Africans in Italy

300 Africans victims of conmen who promised jobs and permits

At least 300 Africans in Bari were conned during the last regularization exercise.

The conmen used to ask each irregular immigrant between 2,500 and 4,000 Euros to help them find jobs and obtain the Permit of Stay for work.

Three years ago when the government decided to regularize domestic workers in the country, the conmen approached their victims promising to find them employers and help them apply for regularization.

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Nigerian victim of rape and torture denied asylum in Italy

A woman who was raped and tortured in Nigeria has been denied asylum in Italy. Tina Richard, 28, is from Kanu.

EveryOne Group, a humanitarian organization assisting Tina in Italy said that she grew up in a Christian family and fled to Italy at the age of 15 after a powerful and wealthy man who wanted to marry her by force killed her parents.

Tina received help from the local bishop of Kanu and arrived in Italy for the first time in 1998. A year later, however, she was deported to Nigeria having been caught living illegally in the country.

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Baby Lois dedicated to God

Fuseini K. Andoh and Audrey Darkwa, both Ghanaians, dedicated their baby daughter, Lois Andoh, to God before a congregation at Christ Conerstone International Church (C.C.I.C) in Parma.

The service, attended by many friends and well-wishers was marked by prayers and songs of praise - as the Church choir struck some melodious soul-touching songs.

Rev. Edward Dadzie who preached the sermon and dedicated the child to God said God took His time to create a human being and knows the destiny of man at any point in life. “You are important to the Lord for Jesus came to set humans free from hardships and troubles. Weeping may endure for the night but joy will come in the day,” he told the congregation.

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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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