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Joan.Osa Oviawe is the co-Founder and Executive Director of Grace Foundation-Nigeria, an international nonprofit that provides programming to support the empowerment of children youths and women.
Her work experiences are as varied as her interests; spanning several continents including: Africa, North America and Eurasia. Joan.Osa has extensive experience in community development- through her work with a community development trade association in the U.S. She managed the organization’s annual meetings, convention and Legislative Action Days held at the Massachusetts State House. She spent some time in the Central Asian country of Kyrgyzstan, where she developed a public relations campaign for a consolidation of four of the largest micro-lending institutions in the Country.
Ms. joan.Osa Oviawe is passionate about Gender and Education issues, in particular, women’s empowerment and improving the quality of public education in Nigeria. She has participated in several global discussions and e-forums on women, they include: “Women, and Political Participation in Africa,” organized by the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs. “Women and men: equal sharing of responsibilities,” organized by the United Nations Division for the Advancement of Women. “Global Conversation on Gender Equality in the Post-2015 Development Agenda,” organized by UN Women. “Women and the Economy,” sponsored by the World Bank and UNIFEM.
Check your watch, no doubt its time! Its Nod Your Head Wednesday on the D-Hour Radio network and on this show as always we will be bringing you all the hits from new, amateur, unknown, and up and coming Hip Hop artists as well as celebrities! We'll be bringing you interviews from celebrities, new, amateur, and independent artists. Don't forget to listen to the Nod Your Head 4Some 4 back to back hits from the incredible artists we showcase all the time on the show. Check out Logikal1's Hip Hop Review and much much more! We will be giving you all of this at the top of D-Hour!!! Its Wednesday so just sit back and relax and kick it with your boy Logikal1 and Company! So stay tuned and keep your ears locked!!
WITCHES of NIGERIA declare WAR on BOKO HARAM (Muslim Extremist)
Worried by the socio-economic challenges facing the country, especially the nation’s state of insecurity, witches and wizards in the country recently held an emergency meeting at Afuze, Edo State, Nigeria West Africa
Making this revelation in an exclusive interview with Saturday Sun in Lagos on Wednesday, leader and spokesman, Witches and Wizards Association of Nigeria, (WITZAN), Dr. Okhue Iboi said the emergency meeting held by his members was not only aimed at discussing the various challenges confronting the nation but also to chart a way forward.
“Witches and Wizards in Nigeria are deeply worried by what is going on in the country especially Boko Haram insurgency. As stakeholders in the Nigerian project, we can no longer afford to fold our hands while the nation burns. Enough is enough”, he declared (Tunde Thomas, July 19, 2014).
What is Spiritual Warfare (SW)? Is SW the same as Religious Warefare (RW)? Who are the Boko Haram? What is the Nigerian Project (NP)? Why are the Witches involved in the NP? How is this affecting the Nigerian Economy? Is the NP associated with the Economy? What is IFA and ORISA? What is ODU ODI OGBE? What role does Ifa & Orisa Devotees and Practioners (Priest and Lay Persons of the IFA Faith) have in the use of SW or RW?
GOD SAVED ME FILLED ME WITH THE HOLY GHOST AND SENT ME ON TO PREACH THE MESSAGE OF JESUS CHRIST. HELP AND ENCOURAGE PEOPLE ALL OVER THE WORLD.
God visited me in a vision on December 29th, 1980 and Baptised me in the Holy Ghost and filled me with his Holy Spirit. I worked for major Company in Kitwe, Zambia. The Copperbelt Power Company as a construction Foreman. I had a very big responsibility in my company, had a company car, a huge house with a swimming pool. The call was so strong I resigned my job left my two children with their mother and left for the Bible College in Benin City Edo State Nigeria. At The College I was appointed the Senior School prefect. I worked very closely with the founder of the Ministry, Archbishop Benson Idahosa. I was involved in Mass crusades and the Television Ministry.
In December of 1985 I graduated from The All Nations Bible Institute with An Associate Degree in Theology and Ministry. I came to Zambia and founded the Pentecostal Believers Church Of God Incorporated International. we started with 6 members and grew to 600 members. we acquired a plot of land from the state of 5 acres. On this we built the Bible College Facility, and the Church building. In 1990, I founded The Word Of Life Bible College and trained over 100 Pastors and ministers for the ministry. Then God opened doors for my overseas travels, I began going to Europe, I preached and ministered in London England, The Netherlands, France and Sweden. I had a television Ministry and preached on Radio reaching over 2.5 Million People. I had audiences with Heads of Government, the President of Zambia Mr. F.T.J. Chiluba, The Vice President Brig. General G. Miyanda. Mr. Grey Zulu, Secretary General of Unip and Vice President of Zambia. I met with the Ambassador of Kenya and many other dignitries.
JOIN OUR SPECIAL SHOW OJ20 we will be looking back at the
trial of must see television. We will be joined by CNN'S Richard
Herman & Body Language Expert Susan Constantine ,Defense attorney seen on CNN&HLN Dwane Cates ,Former LAPD Sgt Kerry Anderson & HLN &The Id Network's Darren Kavinoky
day, June 4th @9PM est. Well look at the Judge ,Judge Edo was he wrong what about the gloves should The State have done that in front of the jury? And what about Kato? and what about the Jury?
We will be looking back on the OJ trial and the verdict.
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A nice dark Monday deserves some fresh soulful music. As always R&B in the first half and then Hip Hop to end things off.
1. Intro - Intro
2. Elle Varner - I Don’t Care
3. Phonte - Ball & Chain
4. Charles Bradely - Strictly Reserved For You
5. Gregory Porter - Musical Genocide
6. Robert Glasper feat. Faith Evans - You Own Me
7. Mary J. Blige- Love No Limit
8. Edo. G - Hold U
9. Focus... - I know...
10. Pharoahe Monch - Still Standing feat. Jill Scott
11. Statik Selektah feat. Lecrae, Posdnuos & Termanology- Game Break
12. O&O - Your Luv
Join us as we shine the spotlight on the world’s sauciest authors dedicated to the realms of BDSM, GLBT, and Erotica. Write On the Edge (or WOE) asks the questions few dare, but we all want the answers to. It pushes the limits and creates the standard of steamy,intelligent converse. But keep in mind. . . it’s called “Write on the Edge” for a reason. (aka This show is not for the faint of heart!)
This weeks’s Featured Author is . . . Brantwijn Serrah is the author of Lotus Petals, a supernatural lesbian romance set in Edo Japan, and Goblin Fires, a modern Urban fantasy. She writes erotica with Breathless Press and can usually be found scampering about in video games avoiding her bedtime.
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Join Author Vicktor Alexander as he hosts this edgy, woefully delicious talk held in the whispers of the night each Thursday at 10pm central. OH, THE WOE!
Write On the Edge is produced by WON Radio as part of Writers Online Network (WON). More information about WON is available at www.writersonlinenetwork.org They can also be found on Facebook and Twitter @won_radio and @writersonnet
Join us on Friday night at 11pm EST for a conversation about whaling, the environmental group Sea Shepherd, and whale conservation, with cinematographer and Wakayama University scholar Simon Wearne. Mr. Wearne, who filmed the first season of the acclaimed Whale Wars program, is now a scholar studying traditional Japanese whaling. We will ask Mr. Wearne about his journey from Sea Shepherd to Wakayama University, and how he walks the line between activists who want to protect whales from being hunted, and those who wish to preserve Japan's ancient whaling heritage.
Sankei Shimbun, Japan: 'Japan Should Continue Whaling'
Sankei Shimbun, Japan: Whaling Advocate Wants Obama Served Whale Meat
Blogos, Japan: 'Research' Whaling: It's Time for Us Japanese to Move On
Nishinippon Shimbun, Japan: Whale Hunting Protects Marine Life - and Japanese Culture
The Age, Australia: Sea Shepherd 'Vindicated' after International Court Upholds Japan Whaling Ban
Mainichi Shimbun: U.N. Court's Ruling Worries Japan's Whalers
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It's Friday o you know it's time for that REAL HIP HOP. Nothing spitters over hot beats. today. Going from to caost to coast bring some good music to your Friday is the goal.
1. Intro - Intro
2. Common feat. Ab Soul - Black America
3. Ras Kass feat. Monie Love - Sometimes
4. DJ Quik - Killer Dope
5. 50 Cent - Hold On
6. Statik Selektah feat. Ea$y Money & Freeway- Love & War
7. De La Soul - O’ Shut Up
8. Masta Ace And Edo G - Hands High
9. Black Milk feat. Royce Da 5'9 & Elzhi- Deadly Medley
10. Rick Ross feat. Jay Z- The Devil Is A Lie
11. Raekwon feat. Jadakiss Styles P - Broken Safety
Spend thirty minutes with Black Ceezar on a nice soulful ride. The first half R&B the second half Hip Hop
1. Charles Bradley - Strictlu Reserved For You
2. Leela James feat. Anthony Hamilton - Say That
3. Carl Thomas - Make It Alright
4. Dwele - I Think I Love You
5. Rhythm - Find Yourself Somebody To Love
6. Focus feat. Rapper Big Pooh & Chaundon - Idols & Role Models (Perspective 2)
7. Blackstar feat. Black Thought- Respiration (remix)
8. Masta Ace & Edo G - Over There
9. Common - The Food
10. De La Soul - Trying People