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"Do not give up. Be encouraged today for with God all things are possible. You can make it. Live one day at a time. Il y a de l'espoir !!! Vous avez de la valeur." - Grace Obaigbona.
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About Kakenya Ntaiya's TEDTalk Kakenya Ntaiya tells the fearless story of challenging ingrained traditions, insisting on continuing school, and becoming the first girl to leave her Maasai village for college. About Kakenya Ntaiya Kakenya Ntaiya was set to follow the traditional path of Maasai girls in Kenya — to assume the role of a young wife. But she had a different plan. She not only convinced her father to continue high school, but she negotiated with village elders to attend college in the U.S. Later Ntaiya returned to her village to establish a school for girls. The Kakenya Center for Excellence started in 2009 with 32 students, and focuses on academics, leadership and female empowerment.
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South Africa's first black president and anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela has died......... Boyd Varty: What I learned from Nelson Mandela. "In the cathedral of the wild, we get to see the best parts of ourselves reflected back to us." Boyd Varty, a wildlife activist, shares stories of animals, humans and their interrelatedness, or "ubuntu" -- defined as, "I am, because of you." And he dedicates the talk to South African leader Nelson Mandela, the human embodiment of that same great-hearted, generous spirit.
mardi 1 octobre 2013
HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY NIGERIA! Joyeuse fête d’indépendance à toute la communauté nigériane dans le monde entier ! Nigerian National Anthem - "Arise, Oh Compatriots" National Anthem of Nigeria (1960-1978) National anthem of Nigeria. Hymne national du Nigeria "Arise, O Compatriots" is the national anthem of Nigeria. It was adopted in 1978, and replaced the previous anthem, Nigeria, We Hail Thee. The lyrics are a combination of words and phrases taken from five of the best entries in a national contest. The words were put to music by the Nigerian Police Band under the directorship of Benedict E. Odiase. "Arise, O Compatriots" (1978–present) Stanza 1: Arise, O compatriots, Nigeria's call obey To serve our Fatherland With love and strength and faith. The labor of our heroes past Shall never be in vain, To serve with heart and might One nation bound in freedom, peace and unity. Stanza 2: O God of creation Direct our noble cause Guide our leaders’ right Help our youth the truth to know In love and honesty to grow And living just and true Great lofty heights attain To build a nation where peace And justice shall reign. "Nigeria, We Hail Thee" (1960-1978) Nigeria, we hail thee, Our own dear native land, Though tribe and tongue may differ, In brotherhood we stand, Nigerians all are proud to serve Our sovereign Motherland. Our flag shall be a symbol That truth and justice reign, In peace or battle honour'd, And this we count as gain, To hand on to our children A banner without stain. O God of all creation, Grant this our one request, Help us to build a nation Where no man is oppressed, And so with peace and plenty Nigeria may be blessed. Nigeria's National Pledge The National Pledge of Nigeria is recited immediately after the Anthem I pledge to Nigeria my country, To be faithful, loyal and honest, To serve Nigeria with all my strength, To defend her unity, And uphold her honor and glory, So help me God. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arise,_O_Compatriots Visit Nigeria