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Late Professor Joel Adedeji’s Christ Foundation marks 23rd Anniversary – Tola Adenle

April 23, 2016


Late Professor Joel Adeyinka Adedeji of the Department of Theater Arts at the University of Ibadan founded The Christ Foundation in 1992 with the goal of providing WHOLENESS IN BROKENNESS to physically-challenged persons for Christ and society. Professor Adedeji would join the Saints Triumphant in 2002, ten years after starting the non-governmental organization but not before laying […]

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John Boyega Silences Critics With His Best Response Yet – Huffington Post/Brennan Williams

December 21, 2015


With his on-the-money stellar performance in the blockbuster latest  STAR WARS, racists a.k.a. “critics” who have been at it since the release of the trailer are as intransigent as ever about the casting of the 23-year old actor as the lead. As in 2014, and with the movie spinning tons of money, John is, again, […]

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Tolu Akinrosotu freed from US penile system – Tola Adenle

June 2, 2015


It is freedom at last for Tolu Akinrosotu who, while not making excuses for him, was caught in the vise grip of the US justice system against blacks that has about a million African-Americans in jail through a very discriminatory system.  It was no excuse for Tolu but most who committed his type of drug […]

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A Nigerian immigrant got admissions to the eight Ivy League Colleges a year after a Ghanaian immigrant scored the same feat – Tola Adenle

April 5, 2015


It will soon be that time of year with an important rite of passage for many teenage Americans, the high school graduation which is a big ceremony that rivals college graduation and big business.  It is generally an occasion of big celebration and big dollar ticket expenditure for parents with estimations for prom gowns – […]

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