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[WEN] Mothers Praying Conflict out of Our Communities

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Given the recent Boko Haram conflict, the librarian war, and other inconspicuous, but salient everyday wars even in the neck of our woods, World Ebony Network continues to stand on the good traditional practices of our African ancestry and the good aspects of other heritages to strengthen the community. We are uniting with people all over the world to remember the fallen victims of conflicts and to advocate peace in our communities.

This Saturday, we’ve invited women of integrity, Chief Elder Mrs. A. K Agwu and Madam Miatta Fahnbulleh,  who have contributed immensely to society in priming and empowering young women to become leaders in all works of life. During this radio show, they will explore the following questions:

  • To minimize conflict in the future, how did our African fore mothers contribute to governance, security, relationships in their communities?
  • What should mothers do to assist in safeguarding their communities?
  • Have mothers of today lost their power to effect order and govern as our fore mothers did?
  • How should mothers come together and work with others to make communities safer?

Hilary Clinton, with her visibility, attributed the African saying: It takes a Village to raise a child to the African tradition and we underscore that the Me, Myself, and I concept should be eradicated from the black community. These days everyone is busy and abductions are becoming rampant not only in African, but in black communities the world over.

Who watches our children when their mothers are not with them? Are certain attitudes, such as flashing lifestyles and what people consider “The Crab In The Barrel” mentality fueling conflicts in our communities and what should mothers do to mitigate and overcome these behaviors? These are issues of discussion and our listeners will be happy to hear.

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