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He did not make it to the land of freedom. Throughout history, it is known that men who shoulder too much of people’s problems usually don’t make it to the land of freedom. Momentum is the power that allows something to continue or to grow stronger or faster over time. In physics, momentum is real; but in politics, it is a metaphor.

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Evolution of Local Comedy
It seems local comedians that are trying to fill the gap left by popular yesteryear comics are losing the grip. A crop of comedians that include Gringo, Kapfupi, Sabhuku Vharazipi, Mabla 10 and Kariboni have hinged their careers on a style pioneered by the likes of Mukadota, Paraffin, Mutirowafanza and Zuku among others.

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Police Nabs Pastor for Defiling 24 Children in Ebonyi
The Ebonyi State police command said they have arrested an Anglican church pastor, Paul Morah for allegedly defiling over 24 male children in Enyibichiri Ikwo local government area of Ebonyi State. The pastor is said to hail from Orji River in Enugu State but came to Ebonyi for pastoral mission according to investigation.

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Linda Zakarian
Columbus. Linda S. Zakarian, 55, of Columbus, died unexpectedly at 1 a.m., June 1, 2016, at her home. Linda was an active member of the Community Church of Columbus. She adored her grandchildren and had a very generous, giving nature. Linda loved animals. She “never met a stranger” and had a warm, welcoming and caring personality.

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Ex-MDC-T MP Mubhawu attacks wife with a machete
Former MDC-T MP Timothy Mubhawu allegedly struck his wife with a machete accusing her of having an extra-marital affair with Pastor Manson Munava Mpofu. The wife, Molleen Elizabeth, sustained injuries and was treated at Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals.

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#Flag - Age of lone ranger, knight rider political activists
If one were to look at the mainstream and social media, they would be presented with a range of characters that have cropped up, whether for celebrity or notoriety. Out of this, one comes up with a number of critical observations that speak to the social, economic and political questions of the day.

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Ministry attempting to withdraw plans from Ooltewah after opposition from community
A ministry for homeless people announced Thursday it would withdraw its plans to build a community of 32 affordable "tiny homes" in rural Ooltewah where renters could live, work and raise food. But Chester Bankston, the Hamilton County commissioner for Ooltewah who opposes the tiny home project,....

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Media Trust launches youngsters’ newspaper
From right: Mrs Shola Okpodu, GMD School Hunters; Malam Hassan Karofi, Marketing Manager, Media Trust Limited; Pastor Shola Adeboye; Dr. Kutara and other board members at the unveiling of Teen Trust at NAF Conference Centre, Kado, Abuja on Tuesday. In a bid to re-cultivate the culture of reading....

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Vigil held to remember 4 sisters killed in crash
The vigil was held at the Bible Teachers International Ministry's sanctuary in Leesburg. More than 200 people gathered in memory of Amunya, Naishia, Nadia and Jazmin Cruz. The four young sisters died after the car they were in flipped over on I-95 in Titusville on Monday. On Thursday, balloons filled the sky in loving memory of them.

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Frances Mae Johnson, family matriarch, active in Baptist church, foster mother
April 4, 1927 – May 28, 2016. Frances Mae Johnson, active in local Baptist churches, died Saturday while under Hospice care at her Buffalo home after a short illness. She was 89. Born in Gilliam, W.Va., Mrs. Johnson graduated from Elkhorn High School and married John W. Johnson shortly after.

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Churches invited to fill up the Stadium
Briefing church leaders yesterday at Bible Life Ministries in Broadhurst, Olopeng said cabinet has agreed to set aside on September 25 for churches to lead the celebrations. “Leaders of the gospel should do something different this year. Everyone must fill up the stadium and pray with one voice,” he said.

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Direct flight Madrid-Hong Kong inaugurated in Spain
MADRID, June 2 (Xinhua) -- The company Cathay Pacific Airways has inaugurated on Thursday at the Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas airport a direct flight between the capital of Spain, Madrid, and Hong Kong. The flight, operated with a Boeing 777-300ER, took off at 12:30 local time (1030GTM) from Madrid....

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How Lifanda, Others, Were Freed From Kondengui
Cameroon Journal, Yaounde – Rev. Pastor Samuel Lifanda Ebiama, former Government Delegate for Limbe City Council, last week regained freedom from Kondengui Maximum Prison after spending eleven months, 14 days, awaiting trial for alleged embezzlement and mismanagement of the sum of FCFA 160 million while he served as Gov’t Delegate.

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Clergy come out to take on violence around the Metro and beyond
In an effort to curtail teenage violence, a group of pastors gathered outside the Minnesota Avenue Metro station this week to reach out to students heading home from school. “We want to make sure that these kids are safe. This is our potential and this is our future,” said Rev.

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Rick Warren shares how people can be 'adopted into the family of God'
Pastor Rick Warren of Saddleback Church says there are only two ways to get into a family. Either a person is born into it, or he or she can be adopted to it. Luckily, God allows both ways into His family. "God does both for you! It's called being born again, and it's called being adopted into the....

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Evolution of local comedy
Godwin Muzari : Memory Lane. It seems local comedians that are trying to fill the gap left by popular yesteryear comics are losing the grip. A crop of comedians that include Gringo, Kapfupi, Sabhuku Vharazipi, Mabla 10 and Kariboni have hinged their careers on a style pioneered by the likes of....

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Pastors say city leaders, citizens must step up to help curb crime
Cities across the country are participating in National Gun Violence Day. In Memphis, religious leaders are asking citizens and city leaders to step up and help end the culture of violence in the Bluff City. The city is on track for a record braking number of murders. So far in 2016, there have been 94 homicides.

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Rev CB Moss against all four referendum bills
By RASHAD ROLLE. Tribune Staff Reporter. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . PROMINENT pastor Rev CB Moss said he doesn’t support any of the constitutional referendum bills, adding his voice to the momentum behind the vote “No” campaign. In a statement released Wednesday, Rev Moss also said he rejects the idea....

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Abomination! What pastor was caught doing to 24 male children
According to sources, the hideous act was carried out in Enyibichiri Ikwo local government area of Ebonyi state. The pastor is said to hail from Orji River in Enugu state but came to Ebonyi for pastoral mission according to investigation. It was alleged that he used diabolical handkerchief to lure....

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Poll Shows 70% Of Flint Residents Do Not Trust Gov’t To Fix Water Supply
Snyder, for his part, indicated he doesn’t understand why citizens are so distrustful of the government’s assurances, as both he and to demonstrate its safety. President Barack Obama drank the water “I really did need a glass of water. This is not a stunt,” Obama said after taking a sip of water at a press conference in Flint.

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Evangelicals feel alienated, anxious amid declining clout
BENTON, Ky. – Pastor Richie Clendenen stepped away from the pulpit, microphone in hand. He walked the aisles of the Christian Fellowship Church, his voice rising to describe the perils believers face in 21st-century America. "The Bible says in this life you will have troubles, you will have persecutions.

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Priest Carjacked in Front of Staten Island Church
Police released this image of two men wanted in connection with the carjacking of a priest on Staten Island. Two men stole a priest's car and wallet after punching him in the face Thursday morning in front of his church on Staten Island. The two men are seen in a surveillance video calmly walking along Castleton Avenue to the front of St.

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Positive move for carnival
INVOLVING advisory councillors in the 2016 Vodafone Coral Coast Carnival has made the annual event more community based, says Sigatoka Advisory Council president Pastor Shalendra Kumar. He said the carnival allowed advisory councillors from nearby settlements in Sigatoka to have a hands-on role in the running of the festival.

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Gunmen beat, carjack Staten Island priest in church parking lot
A Staten Island priest had to give mass with a black eye Thursday, just hours after he was robbed and punched by a pair of gun-toting crooks outside his church. “I don't want any attention,” Associate Pastor Marc Roselli said inside the Church of St. Mary’s of the Assumption on Castleton Ave. in Port Richmond just before giving the mass.

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Suspect ID'd in fatal shooting of Brooklyn teen babysitting cousin
Police on Thursday identified the man they believe killed a 16-year-old girl inside her apartment in Brooklyn Tuesday evening, and they say he was armed with a submachine gun. Authorities are now searching for 24-year-old Taariq Stephens, who they say was caught on surveillance camera with another....

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Priest on Staten Island punched, mugged by 2 men who drive off in his car
A priest was punched outside his Staten Island church Thursday morning by two muggers who drove off in his car, and police are hoping surveillance video of the suspects will help lead to arrests. Authorities say the 61-year-old priest was assaulted by the men as he parked outside St. Mary's of the Assumption on Castleton Avenue around 5 a.

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