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Philip Obaji Jr.
Contributor ; Prize in Education 2014 & Person of the Year 2015; 100 Most Influential Nigerians 2016; Founder .
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csdickey Nov 3
Read This: "Nigerian Army Uses Trump’s Remarks to Justify Shooting Protesters" ⁦
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Ann-Charlotte Nilsso Nov 1
Retweeting: Absolutely excellent by - Questions arise : Is it possible to negotiate with a terrorist group like Boko Haram/ISWAP in abduction and hostage situations? How to do that with gs that do not follow any legitimate laws - only their own 'doctrines'?
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Mary-Ann Duke Okon Oct 30
"What do you mean, If I can?" Jesus asked. "Anything is possible if a person believes." ( Mark 9:23 )
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#BookOfAHundredRhymes Oct 30
For all of you beautiful people who always ask me to keep putting out new rhymes on radio, have you started by getting a copy of my ? Your spoken English and knowledge of new words would be better off with it.
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The HIF Oct 30
Insightful article on by about how traffickers in displacement camps in Nigeria will often target young women on their way to water sources - showing one of the many side effects that can be caused by a lack suitable water provision:
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The Daily Beast Oct 29
ISIS is alive in Africa, and its specialty is murdering women who are trying to save lives
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Tracy Connor Oct 29
"Oh my God they are now coming in, they are going to kill me." on charity workers in ISIS crosshairs.
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The Daily Beast Oct 26
Refugees from Cameroon show some basic truths about migration and expose some of Trump's fear-mongering lies
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csdickey Oct 26
This is such a great, surprising story - Here’s How Some Africans Joined the Migrant Caravan Heading for the U.S. via
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csdickey Oct 26
Read This: "Here's How Some Africans Really Did Join The Migrant Caravan Heading For The U.S." by ⁦⁩ ⁦
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csdickey Oct 26
Watch for the story about Africans in the migrant caravan coming up in 20 minutes,
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Philip Obaji Jr. Oct 23
To that special friend and sister whom I'm so proud of: Happy Birthday, Mary-Ann. How lucky I am to be part of your journey.
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csdickey Oct 23
Replying to @csdickey
If Khashoggi’s fiancée had not waited outside the consulate the day he went missing – until midnight – the Saudis would have had more success with a coverup. The body double who went out the back was to make the case nobody knew where Jamal went “after” his “visit.”
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csdickey Oct 21
Read This - my latest: "The Real Reasons Khashoggi Was Wanted by the Saudi Crown Prince ‘Dead or Alive’"
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PoliticsREDEF Oct 18
Journalists at Risk: Threats, Intimidation, and Worse for Those Investigating Russians' Murder in Africa( - )
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csdickey Oct 18
Journalists at Risk: Threats, Intimidation, and Worse for Those Investigating Russians’ Murder in Africa via
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Jonathan Rozen Oct 18
“They said I began to ask for trouble when I started going to places I shouldn’t be & asking questions that were none of my business.” with on threats and intimidation against those investigating Russians’ murder in :
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ICRC Oct 17
Hauwa was only 24 when she was murdered. Saifura was killed on her 25th birthday. Both were midwives in northern Nigeria, an area of great need. They were courageous, compassionate and dedicated to helping others. This is a glimpse of what their families loved about them.
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