Get Assistance to Adjust to a New Environment or New Situation or Help Someone Gain Survival Skills?

• Do you have a problem or a solution related to any of the needs mentioned above?
• Do you own a business or a nonprofit that intervenes in the area of survival skills?
• Can you help someone learn a survival skill?
• Do you know any institution that can help people with social needs?
• Do you want to share your survival skills needs with others so they can help you?

DiasporaEngager (www.DiasporaEngager.com) may be related to:

• Cultural difference
• Cultural discrimination
• Cultural diversity
• Mentoring or tutoring
• Survival assistance
• Survival courses or classes
• Survival forums
• Survival game
• Survival guide, handbook, or manual
• Survival items
• Survival kits
• Survival projects
• Survival schools or institutions
• Survival techniques
• Survival training

All some people need is just someone to talk to about something they are experiencing. Many people may need you but they don’t know where to find you. Do you want to mentor someone to help them gain a survival skill?

If this is something that interests you, log in to your DiasporaEngager account https://diasporaengager.com/login today to post a need or offer.

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If you know any organization involved in things mentioned above, please submit it to the Directory of the Diaspora and their Stakeholders https://diasporaengager.com/directory so others can find them.

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Needing Assistance to Adjust to a New Environment or New Situation or Wanting to Help Someone Gain Survival Skills?

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Connecting to Spiritual Leaders to Unravel Secrets to Fight the Spiritual Battle

Several problems are spiritual, therefore requiring spiritual answers. Unlike people from western countries, Africans, Asians, and South Americans believe more in the spiritual world and acknowledge spiritual solutions to their diseases or problems in a way that, even in foreign lands, that mentality and attitude toward spiritual things does not easily change. Although many religions and systems of belief exist in the world, some of them really carry the truth and are able to properly handle spiritual problems. Unfortunately, some people do not believe in religion and therefore, they are cut off from spiritual advisors who can tackle their issues either through prayer, deliverance, healing, advising, partnership, blessing, etc.

• Do you have a spiritual need?
• Are you interested in learning about religions in other parts of the world?
• Do you feel like you are under a spiritual attack?

On DiasporaEngager (www.DiasporaEngager.com), you may find people and organizations which can help you with issues related to:

• Anything spirituality related
• Crusades
• Deliverance
• Healing
• Missions or Missionaries
• Preaching
• Prophecy
• Spiritual assessment
• Spiritual awakening
• Spiritual belief
• Spiritual books
• Spiritual breakthrough
• Spiritual centers
• Spiritual counseling
• Spiritual development
• Spiritual enlightenment
• Spiritual experience
• Spiritual forum
• Spiritual gifts
• Spiritual groups
• Spiritual growth
• Spiritual guide
• Spiritual healing
• Spiritual leadership
• Spiritual living
• Spiritual networks
• Spiritual power
• Spiritual practice
• Spiritual prayer
• Spiritual quest
• Spiritual religions
• Spiritual retreats
• Spiritual revivals
• Worship Center
• Worship Music

Log in https://diasporaengager.com/login to your DiasporaEngager account today to post your needs and offers so others can respond to them.

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If you know any organization involved in things mentioned above, please submit it to the Directory of the Diaspora and their Stakeholders https://diasporaengager.com/directory so others can find them.

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Get to the Bottom of Your Problems by Connecting to Spiritual Leaders and Unraveling Secrets of Spirituality and the Spiritual World

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Understand and Overcome the World’s Most Crucial Security Problems

Many companies and nations are concerned about the security of their people, their goods and their data. DiasporaEngager (www.DiasporaEngager.com) assists people, organizations, and nations to address some of their interests and needs in the field of:

o Company security
o Cyber security
o Home security
o Internet security
o National or homeland security
o Security agencies
o Security antivirus
o Security management
o Security networks
o Security services
o Security software
o Security systems
o Security training
o Social security
o Wireless security

• Do you have any need related to the keywords mentioned above?
• Are you a security agent or specialist?
• Are you a policeman or policewoman?
• Do you know anything about cyber security?
If you answered yes to any of the problems mentioned above, DiasporaEngager may be a platform to use to connect with others and opportunities related to security. Log in https://diasporaengager.com/login to your DiasporaEngager account today to post your needs and offers.

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If you know any organization involved in things mentioned above, please submit it to the Directory of the Diaspora and their Stakeholders https://diasporaengager.com/directory so others can find them.

You can also find people and organizations on the Diaspora Map www.DiasporaEngager.com/map, a visual display of Diaspora organizations, business, schools, nonprofits, governmental agencies and international institutes per country worldwide.

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Understand the World’s Most Crucial Security Problems – Which One Do You Want to Overcome?

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Strategies to Solve Transportation and Communication Problems

Log in https://diasporaengager.com/login to your DiasporaEngager account today to post your needs or offers if you are you trying to help someone or are looking for assistance or opportunities referring to:

• Airport transportation
• Bus transportation
• Carpooling
• Department of transportation
• Freight transportation
• International or Global transportation
• Land transportation
• Transportation insurance
• Transportation jobs
• Transportation logistics
• Transportation management
• Transportation model
• Transportation planning
• Transportation products
• Transportation research
• Transportation services
• Transportation software
• Transportation system
• Transportation technology

• Are you a travel agent?
• Do you want to increase the traveling experience of your customers? If so, DiasporaEngager (www.DiasporaEngager.com) can help you find qualified individuals, organizations and businesses to assist your customers before and after they reach their traveling destination.

• Are you traveling to a new city or country?
• Does your company offer shipping services or products?

If you do not have an account on DiasporaEngager yet, please register today https://diasporaengager.com/miniRegister. It is free.

If you know any organization involved in things mentioned above, please submit it to the Directory of the Diaspora and their Stakeholders https://diasporaengager.com/directory so others can find them.

You can also find people and organizations on the Diaspora Map www.DiasporaEngager.com/map, a visual display of Diaspora organizations, business, schools, nonprofits, governmental agencies and international institutes per country worldwide.

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Strategies to Solve Transportation and Communication Problems on DiasporaEngager

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Need a Scientific Collaborator or Funds for a Scientific Project?

• Are you a scientist or a researcher?
• Are you trying to find good collaborators in and outside your country of residence?
• Are you looking for Diaspora with whom you can collaborate?
• Are you looking for grants, fellowships, or scholarship opportunities?
• Do you work at a research institution?
• Are you a businessman or businesswoman trying to invest in science and research?
• Do you have any scientific ideas or information to share with others?
• Do you have any concerns or suggestions about how science is done today in any country or in any field?

If you said yes to anything above, DiasporaEngager (www.DiasporaEngager.com) can help you. Other fields of scientific interests of people using DiasporaEngager include:

• Research articles
• Research collaboration
• Research companies
• Research councils
• Research fellowships
• Research firms
• Research funding
• Research grants
• Research institute
• Research jobs or positions
• Research laboratories
• Research marketing
• Research markets
• Research methods
• Research policies
• Research problems
• Research proposals
• Research reports
• Research scholarships
• Research scientists
• Research studies
• Research techniques
• Scientific breakthrough
• Scientific business
• Scientific community
• Scientific computing
• Scientific conferences
• Scientific discovery
• Scientific experiment
• Scientific facts
• Scientific instruments
• Scientific learning
• Scientific literature
• Scientific meetings
• Scientific methods
• Scientific news
• Scientific procedures
• Scientific revolution
• Scientific supplies
• Scientific technology
• Scientific theories

DiasporaEngager helps people and nations to answer scientific needs. If you have any scientific or research related needs or offers, log in https://diasporaengager.com/login to your DiasporaEngager account and post them. Several scientists are available on the platform login to connect with them today. If you do not have an account on DiasporaEngager yet, please register today https://diasporaengager.com/miniRegister. It is free.

If you know any organization involved in things mentioned above, please submit it to the Directory of the Diaspora and their Stakeholders https://diasporaengager.com/directory so others can find them.

You can also find people and organizations on the Diaspora Map www.DiasporaEngager.com/map, a visual display of Diaspora organizations, business, schools, nonprofits, governmental agencies and international institutes per country worldwide.

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Need a Scientific Collaborator or Funds for a Scientific Project? Want to Join Scientific Communities to Support or Solve a Research and Development Problem?

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Needing Assistance or Wanting to Help Someone Who is Fighting for Survival

According to most future prognostics, wars and conflicts will increase around the globe. This implies that the number of refugees will keep rising and problems associated with them will grow as well. If they find an asylum, many refugees are usually disappointed by what they see upon arrival in their host countries, compared to what they were told before leaving their home countries. Unfortunately, many refugees end up fighting for their daily survival that they forget planning for their future. Preparing refugees before and after leaving their countries can help alleviate shocks they experience when they enter their foreign countries. DiasporaEngager (www.DiasporaEngager.com) is the global platform that assists refugees to integrate into their new environment, to adjust to their new life, and to find their way to prosperity. Instead of only helping refugees resolve their daily basic needs (e.g. foods, clothes), DiasporaEngager encourages professional service providers to work with them in understanding and creating a better, sustainable and clear path to a professional success.

• Are you a refugee?
• Does your business or nonprofit help refugees?
• Do you have anything to say or share about wars that are moving people?
• Is your institution involved in activities that may interest refugees?
• Are you an immigration lawyer?

 

Do you need help or can you assist someone that needs something concerning:

o Asylum seeker
o Humanitarian aid
o Humanitarian program
o Refugee agency
o Refugee centers
o Refugee programs
o Refugee services
o Refugee solutions

If you said yes to any of the above questions, DiasporaEngager may help you. Log in https://diasporaengager.com/login to post your needs and/or offers today.

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If you know any organization involved in things mentioned above, please submit it to the Directory of the Diaspora and their Stakeholders https://diasporaengager.com/directory so others can find them.

You can also find people and organizations on the Diaspora Map www.DiasporaEngager.com/map, a visual display of Diaspora organizations, business, schools, nonprofits, governmental agencies and international institutes per country worldwide.

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Who Else Needs Assistance or Wants to Help a Refugee Who is Fighting for Survival in a Foreign Land?

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Looking for Policy Development and International Affairs Opportunities? Discover How DiasporaEngager May Help

• Do you work for a policy development institution?
• Are you a policy development expert?
• Do you need an expert in policymaking?
• Do you have any policy development needs?
• Do you want to learn about policies of other institutions or countries?
• Are you a government worker?
• Are you trying to influence policies at an institution or in your country?
• Do you hold a management position at any institution?
• Are you looking for someone or a Diaspora member to help you draft a policy document related to a specific country or organization?
• Do you want to offer your policy development talent to an institution (e.g. government, school, business or nonprofit) in your country of origin?

If your answer is yes for anything above, DiasporaEngager (www.DiasporaEngager.com) may help you. On DiasporaEngager, you may find people, organizations, institutions, and opportunities related to:

• Business policies
• Company policies
• Economic policies
• Education policies
• Foreign policies
• Government policies
• Immigration policies
• Investment policies
• National policy development
• Policies and procedures
• Policies on research and development
• Procurement policies
• Rural development policies
• Security policies
• Social policies
• Work policies

Log in to your account on DiasporaEngager today https://diasporaengager.com/login to post your needs and/or offers to receive help and/or to help someone for free or for a fee.

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If you know any organization involved in things mentioned above, please submit it to the Directory of the Diaspora and their Stakeholders https://diasporaengager.com/directory so others can find them.

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Looking for Policy Development and International Affairs Opportunities Locally or Abroad? Discover How DiasporaEngager May Help

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Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) Church in America is Speedily Taking Over and More Stewards Are Ordained in Atlanta, Georgia (USA)

Launched in August 2017 in Washington DC during a historic event that shook the capital of the U.S., the Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) Church in America (www.ecgministries.com), the fastest growing church in the whole world, has been expanding. For instance, in about a year, ECG Church in the United States is rapidly growing and is already present in many states such as:

  • California (e.g.  San Ramon  and Long Beach) where in April 2018, Dr. Shepherd Bushiri (Major 1) planted a prophetic seed, laid a new foundation and elevated Los Angeles during a prophetic conference in Hollywood;
  • Illinois (e.g. Chicago);
  • Connecticut (e.g. Bridgeport);
  • Georgia (e.g. Atlanta);
  • Indiana (e.g. Indianapolis);
  • Maine (e.g. Portland);
  • Massachusetts (e.g. Worcester);
  • Nebraska (e.g. Omaha)
  • New Jersey (e.g. North Brunswick);
  • New York (e.g. New York);
  • North Carolina (e.g. Charlotte)
  • Ohio (e.g. Columbus);
  • Texas (e.g.  Dallas and  Houston);
  • Maryland, Washington DC and Virginia;
  • etc.

Aware that anointing attracts people but leadership will sustain and maintain them, meaning that without a proper training, the leaders of the church cannot edify, win more souls and accommodate the extraordinary growth of the church, Prophet Shepherd Bushiri (Major 1) (www.facebook.com/shepherdbushiriministries) has been training the leaders of the ECG Church through a Stewardship Program. In Pretoria, South Africa, alone where the major prophet is currently based, dozens of thousands of leaders have been trained to take care of the almost half million members who attend ECG church every week in that country alone. As a result, ECG Church won close to 3 million souls for Jesus Christ in 2018 alone.

In the USA, Pastor Brian Ngambi (National Pastor and Coordinator of ECG America), his wife, Pastor Priscilla Ngambi and Pastor Jerry Bonney (Assistant National Pastor of ECG America), are the official leaders who have been appointed and ordained by Prophet Shepherd Bushiri (Major 1) to lead ECG’s vision in America. Therefore, under the leadership of these Sons of Major 1, several stewards have been trained and ordained in the USA. From November 8th to November 11th, 2018, an intensive training was given to several ECG leaders who came from several states to meet at ECG Atlanta in Georgia. Some of those leaders traveled from Nebraska, Alabama, North Carolina, etc. to attend the training which focused on:
  • Prophetic Prayer;
  • Principles of ECG Steward;
  • Domains of Anointing;
  • Forms of Anointing;
  • Dominion and Power;
  • Leadership Skills;
  • The 12 Tribes of ECG Church modeled after the 12 Tribes of Israel (Reuben, Simeon, Levi, Judah, Issachar, Zebulun, Dan, Naphtali, Gad, Asher, Joseph and Benjamin (Deuteronomy 33:6-29);
  • Structure of ECG Church;
  • The Anointing of the Tabernacle: The Church;
  • The Anointing of the Church Priest: The Man of God;
  • The Anointing of Aaron’s Sons: Church Members;
  • The ECG Family and its Operation;
  • ECG Anthem;
  • etc.

After taking the class, passing the tests and meeting the other requirements, the stewards were prayed for and ordained on November 11, 2018 by the National Pastor of ECG America, Pastor Brian Ngambi and the Assistant National Pastor, Pastor Jerry Bonney. The stewards were very grateful to Prophet Shepherd Bushiri (Major 1) for sending the National ECG America Pastors to equip them at ECG Atlanta during this month of second chance during which the God of Major 1 (www.youtube.com/user/propheticchannelTv) is giving his children another opportunity. The stewards also expressed their gratitude to Pastor Brian Ngambi, Pastor Priscilla Ngambi, and Pastor Jerry Bonney for the outstanding work they are doing under the general oversee of His Excellency, Ambassador Rev. Dr. Prophet Shepherd Bushiri C.D.K.A, C.D.S.E, F.O.R.E (Major One),

Partial view of the ECG America Stewards Ordained during a service at ECG Atlanta, Georgia (USA) on Nov 11, 2018
Partial view of the ECG America Stewards Ordained during a service at ECG Atlanta, Georgia (USA) on Nov 11, 2018

Partial view of the ECG America Stewards Ordained during a service at ECG Atlanta, Georgia (USA) on Nov 11, 2018

Partial view of the ECG America Stewards Ordained during a service at ECG Atlanta, Georgia (USA) on Nov 11, 2018

ECG America National Pastor, Pastor Brian Ngambi, Ordaining a Steward in the USA, Nov 11, 2018

ECG America National Pastor, Pastor Brian Ngambi, Ordaining a Steward in the USA, Nov 11, 2018

ECG America National Pastor, Pastor Brian Ngambi, Ordaining Stewards in the USA, Nov 11, 2018

ECG America National Pastor, Pastor Brian Ngambi, Ordaining a Steward in the USA, Nov 11, 2018

Pastor Brian Ordaining a Steward of ECG Atlanta, Georgia
ECG America National Pastor,  Pastor Brian Ngambi, Ordaining a Steward in the USA, on Nov 11, 2018

 

Flyer of the Steward Ordination Service at ECG Atlanta, Georgia (USA) Nov 11, 2018
Flyer of the Steward Ordination Service at ECG Atlanta, Georgia (USA) Nov 11, 2018

Network to Find People, Businesses and Organizations that can Help You

On DiasporaEngager (www.DiasporaEngager.com), you can find opportunities related to:

• Business networking
• Computer networking
• Home networking
• Networking companies
• Networking devices
• Networking equipment
• Networking events
• Networking jobs
• Networking marketing
• Networking projects
• Networking skills
• Networking solutions
• Networking tools
• Networking training
• Networking tutorial
• Social networking

If you already said “yes” to any of the points mentioned above, log in https://diasporaengager.com/login to your DiasporaEngager account today and post your needs and offers.

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If you know any organization involved in things mentioned above, please submit it to the Directory of the Diaspora and their Stakeholders https://diasporaengager.com/directory so others can find them.

You can also find people and organizations on the Diaspora Map www.DiasporaEngager.com/map, a visual display of Diaspora organizations, business, schools, nonprofits, governmental agencies and international institutes per country worldwide.

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Want to Network and Find People, Businesses and Organizations that can Help You Solve a Networking Problem or Get More Clients/Customers?

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Mentoring and Tutoring Individuals and Organizations

• Do you own or work at a company, or know someone or an organization that provides mentoring assistance?

• Do you work for a government or an international institution that wants to mentor individuals or organizations to better achieve certain goals and advance a society?

• Is your organization or institution involved in helping people with a tutoring need?
• Do you want to make a living by being a mentor or tutor?

• Mentoring of new arrivals or new immigrants may be about walking them through certain processes or steps to better (1) integrate into the new society, (2) comply with laws and regulations, (3) take advantage of most of the opportunities available to quickly and efficiently achieve their achievable dreams, (4) and better help others.

• Do you have any skill you would like to use to help someone having a specific need?

• Do you know that a first step in solving a problem is to first know the problem itself? Do your part, and then find the right connection on DiasporaEngager (www.DiasporaEngager.com) which may help you move forward.

If anything mentioned so far interests you, please log in to your DiasporaEngager account today at www.DiasporaEngager.com/login and post your needs or offers.

If you do not have an account on DiasporaEngager yet, please register today https://diasporaengager.com/miniRegister. It is free.

If you know any organization involved in things mentioned above, please submit it to the Directory of the Diaspora and their Stakeholders https://diasporaengager.com/directory so others can find them.

You can also find people and organizations on the Diaspora Map www.DiasporaEngager.com/map, a visual display of Diaspora organizations, business, schools, nonprofits, governmental agencies and international institutes per country worldwide.

You can also submit your press release at www.DiasporaEngager.com/pr

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Discover How to Find and Help Individuals and Organizations Having Mentoring or Tutoring Needs

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Secrets About Mentoring and Tutoring to Change Your Life and Organization

• Do you work at a mentoring institute or organization?
• Is there a mentoring vacancy at your workplace?
• Are you aware of any mentoring group or program?
• Do you want to learn how to mentor?
• Are you a student that needs tutoring?
• Do you want to help someone?
• Do you have any need related to tutoring?

You may be visiting a new country or town someday and need a mentor to help you move fast! You never know what life will bring before you! On DiasporaEngager (www.DiasporaEngager.com), you can find help and free resources about:

• Adult tutoring
• Business mentoring
• Child tutoring
• Coaching
• College or university tutoring
• Education mentoring
• Elementary school tutoring
• English tutoring
• Free tutoring
• French tutoring
• Foreign language tutoring
• High school tutoring
• Home tutoring
• Math tutoring
• Mentoring classes
• Mentoring group
• Mentoring institutes
• Mentoring programs
• Mentoring resources
• Mentoring strategies
• Mentoring vacancies
• Online tutoring
• Preschool tutoring
• Private tutoring
• Spanish tutoring
• Student mentoring
• Teacher mentoring
• Tutoring business plan
• Tutoring center
• Tutoring company
• Tutoring help
• Tutoring jobs and positions
• Tutoring opportunities
• Tutoring program
• Tutoring resources
• Tutoring school
• Tutoring service
• Tutoring tips
• Virtual tutoring
• Volunteer tutoring
• Youth mentoring

 

If you need mentoring and tutoring or if you can mentor and tutor someone else, log in https://diasporaengager.com/login to your account today to post something about it.

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If you know any organization involved in things mentioned above, please submit it to the Directory of the Diaspora and their Stakeholders https://diasporaengager.com/directory so others can find them.

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For any questions or suggestions, please contact us at https://diasporaengager.com/contact

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The Little Secrets About Mentoring and Tutoring that You Ought To Know to Change Your Life and Organization

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Finally Find Strategies to Get Free Mentoring or Tutoring Assistance

Millions of people are moving around each year, from one country to another, and from one city to the other? They usually find themselves in situations where just a little advice from someone who is experienced can make a big difference in their lives. If you are new to a town or country, you might have realized that those you left behind (e.g. people in your country of origin) don’t usually know the realities of your new environment. In fact, by not knowing what people like you are facing abroad, many of those you left behind misjudge and misunderstand their Diaspora members like you, and consequently, networking, collaboration, business, development, and many other opportunities are lost or less capitalized upon. Although we are trying to help you get a mentor right now, you already know a lot to be able to also mentor someone at the same time you are being mentored. We will teach you later how you can partner with us to help improve lives, while making a living from mentoring others.

If you are a new arrival in a region (people may call you “immigrant”, “stranger”, “alien” – by the way, don’t let that surprise or discourage you), your mentoring may be about walking you through certain key processes or steps to better (1) integrate into your new society, (2) comply with laws and regulations, (3) take advantage of most of the opportunities available to quickly and efficiently achieve your achievable dreams, (4) and better help others. You might have originally come into your new country/town with big and “nice” dreams that cannot be achieved there, and if you don’t quickly understand what is really achievable, you will waste your time and energy pursuing things that will never happen or that will take way too long to complete. That is how many people fail and discover their real dream when their hairs become gray, when maybe their grand kids are claiming their heritage while their strength is gone or leaving them! Too late! You don’t need to experience that. DiasporaEngager (www.DiasporaEngager.com) wants to help you avoid that now than later.

 

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Prophet Shepherd Bushiri is the Same Prophet Elijah from the Old Testament in Human Flesh, Ministering with Fire and Carrying the Triple Spirit and Anointing of Elijah

Honorable Seer Wakisa Chizaso formally called Prophet Wakisa Chizaso had a terrible vision on the morning of Monday October 29, 2018 about his spiritual father, Prophet Shepherd Bushiri (Major 1), as he was sleeping at Major 1’s house in South Africa. This happened 21 days after he announced to the whole world that he made a decision to close his church, Revival International Christian Center (RICC) Church, and to return to Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) Church founded by Major 1 to “Learn as a Man of God, Serve as a Son, and Receive His Blessings from his Spiritual Father, Prophet Shepherd Bushiri (Major 1)“. Here is how he narrated what he saw in the vision:

As I [Honorable Seer Wakisa Chizaso] was slept at the mansion of my father, Major 1 [Prophet Shepherd Bushiri] around 2 AM [of October 29, 2018] in South Africa,  a heavy wind filled the room and carried me from the bed to the floor. I saw the roof of my upstairs bedroom opening, then I saw 12 creatures descending into the room. I was filled with fear because I thought it’s a rapture day.I wanted to call Daddy [Prophet Shepherd Bushiri (Major 1)] and Mum [Prophetess Mary Bushiri] for rescue, then one angel blocked the door, closed my mouth and pushed me to the floor then I fainted. After I became normal, all angels were surrounding me and all of them started speaking to me like they were singing. This is what they said to me:

The Lord has heard the cry of his people in the whole world , that’s why He has sent Prophet Shepherd Bushiri to solve all problems of people in the nations. He is same [Prophet] Elijah from the Old Testament but in the human flesh of [Prophet] Shepherd Bushiri. He ministers with fire which consumes all people problems but people can’t see. The world has been blinded. They don’t know that he is same Elijah to end their suffering. He is the only prophet currently in the whole world carrying the triple spirit and anointing of Elijah. There is no any problem which he cannot handle.

The angels finally said, “Wakisa , don’t hide this vision, tell all people around the world what you have seen today, if you hide the vision, God will kill you before 2019 “. Let the whole world know, believe and bring all their problems to him in Pretoria, to the Last Black Elijah and all their problems will disappear after he prophecies and prays for them”. 

I [Honorable Seer Wakisa Chizaso] was sweating the whole body like I have been dipped into a well having hot water, then I saw all angels ascending and the roof closed up normally. Please, help me by sharing this vision on what I saw about Major 1 that I don’t get killed by God. I [Honorable Seer Wakisa Chizaso], I am still very young.

Hon Seer Wakisa Chizaso

Those who understand the significance of Prophet Elijah in the fulfillment of biblical prophecies will not take this vision lightly. Until the days of Prophet Shepherd Bushiri (Major 1), people have always considered Elijah as the major prophet of all time. Elijah did mighty things in his days, that God had to take him up to heaven alive (2 King 2).

After Elijah was taken to heaven, a prophecy was given that Elijah must return to earth before the days of the Lord. “See, I will send you the prophet Elijah before that great and dreadful day of the Lord comes. He will turn the hearts of the fathers to their children, and the hearts of the children to their fathers; or else I will come and strike the land with a curse.” (Malachi 4:5-6). For instance, until today, Jewish Seders include an empty chair at the table in anticipation of Elijah’s return.

During the ministry of Jesus Christ himself, a debate arose among his disciples about who was the greatest and why the scripture talks about the return of Elijah before the return of the Lord; yet Jesus said He is the Lord while according to them, Elijah has not returned yet.

Jesus therefore had to reveal to his disciples that, “among those born of women there has not risen anyone greater than John the Baptist; yet whoever is least in the kingdom of heaven is greater than he (Matthew 11:11)”, but also John the Baptist was the fulfillment of Malachi’s prophecy, and that John the Baptist is the Elijah spoken about:

His [Jesus Christ’s] disciples asked Him, saying, ‘Why then do the scribes say that Elijah must come first?’ Jesus answered and said to them, ‘Indeed, Elijah is coming first and will restore all things. But I say to you that Elijah has come already, and they did not know him but did to him whatever they wished. . . .’ Then the disciples understood that He spoke to them of John the Baptist.” (Malachi 4:5-6 and Matthew 17:10-13).

All the prophets and the law prophesied until John. And if you are willing to receive it, he is Elijah who is to come” (Matthew 11:13-14; Mark 1:2-4 and Luke 1:17; 7:27).

During his ministry on earth, John the Baptist did a lot of things similar to Elijah:
1 – God predicted that the work  of John the Baptist would be like that of Elijah (Luke 1:17)
2 – John the Baptist dressed like Elijah (2 Kings 1:8 and Matthew 3:4)
3 – John the Baptist preached in the wilderness eating grasshoppers (Matt 3:1-4) like Elijah
4 – Both Elijah and John the Baptist preached a message of repentance
5 – Both Elijah and John the Baptist withstood kings and had high-profile enemies (1 Kings 18:17 and Matthew 14:3). Talking about enemies, while Jezebel, the wife of King Ahab tried to kill Elijah but in vain, John the Baptist was beheaded by Herod Antipas around 28-36 AD after John the Baptist rebuked him [Herod] for divorcing his wife, Phasaelis, and unlawfully taking Herodias, the wife of his brother Herod Philip I.

 

Therefore, it can be fair to state that John the Baptist did not finish his mission on earth before being killed by Herod, probably because he failed to properly follow Jesus Christ instead of trying to raise his own congregation. At one point, John the Baptist even seemed to have doubted Jesus, as he sent his disciples to ask Jesus if He [Jesus] was really the Messiah.

Luke 7:18 John’s disciples told him about all these things. Calling two of them, 19 he sent them to the Lord to ask, “Are you the one who is to come, or should we expect someone else?” 20 When the men came to Jesus, they said, “John the Baptist sent us to you to ask, ‘Are you the one who is to come, or should we expect someone else?’”21 At that very time Jesus cured many who had diseases, sicknesses and evil spirits, and gave sight to many who were blind. 22 So he replied to the messengers, “Go back and report to John what you have seen and heard: The blind receive sight, the lame walk, those who have leprosy are cleansed, the deaf hear, the dead are raised, and the good news is proclaimed to the poor. 23 Blessed is anyone who does not stumble on account of me.

 

Not only John the Baptist seemed to have doubted Jesus, but he also seemed not to have known who he [John the Baptist] was. It looks like he did not even know that he was Elijah and he denied to be him : “And they asked him [John the Baptist], ‘What then? Are you Elijah?’ He [John the Baptist] said, ‘I am not’” (John 1:21).

During the transfiguration of Jesus Christ, his disciples Peter, James, and John saw Elijah and Moses speaking with Him (Matthew 17:1-8). Then during the vision God gave to Apostle John and which he revealed in the book of Revelation chapter 11, John said that before the return of Jesus Christ, there will be a time where 2 great prophets will arise and prophecy like never seen before: Revelations 11: “Then a measuring rod like a staff was given to me, saying, “Get up and measure the Temple of God and the altar, and count those worshiping in it. 2 But do not measure the court outside the Temple—leave it out, because it has been given to the nations, and they shall trample the holy city for forty-two months. 3 And I will grant authority to My two witnesses and they will prophesy for 1,260 days, dressed in sackcloth.” 4 These are the two olive trees and the two menorot that are standing before the Lord of the earth.  5 If anyone wishes to harm them, fire comes out of their mouths and consumes their enemies. If anyone wants to harm them, he must be killed in this way. 6 These two have the power to shut the heavens, so that no rain may fall during the days of their prophesying. And they have power over the waters to turn them into blood, and to strike the earth with every kind of plague as often as they wish. 7 When they have finished their testimony, the beast that rises from the abyss will make war on them, and overcome them and kill them. 8 And their corpses will lie in the open street of the great city that figuratively is called Sodom and Egypt—where also their Lord was crucified. 9 Some from the peoples and tribes and tongues and nations will look at their corpses for three and a half days, not allowing them to be placed into a grave. 10 Those who dwell on the earth will rejoice over them. They will celebrate and send gifts to one another, because these two prophets tormented those who dwell on the earth. 11 But after the three and a half days, the breath of life from God entered them, and they stood up on their feet; and great fear fell on those who were watching them. 12 Then they heard a loud voice from heaven saying to them, “Come up here!” And they went up to heaven in a cloud, while their enemies watched them. 13 At that hour there was a great earthquake, and a tenth of the city collapsed. Seven thousand people were killed in the earthquake, and the rest were terrified and gave glory to the God of heaven. 14 The second woe is past. The third woe is coming soon. 15 Then the seventh angel trumpeted, and there were loud voices in heaven saying, “The kingdom of this world has become the kingdom of our Lord and of His Anointed One. And He shall reign forever and ever!” 16 And the twenty-four elders seated on their thrones before God fell on their faces and worshiped God, 17 saying, 

“We thank you, Adonai Elohei-Tzva’ot, who is and who was, because You have taken Your great power and begun to reign. 18 The nations were enraged, but Your wrath has come[q]
and the time for the dead to be judged—to reward Your servants, the prophets and kedoshim, and those who fear Your name, the small and the great, and to destroy the destroyers of the earth.” 19 Then the Temple of God in heaven was opened, and the Ark of His Covenant appeared in His Temple. And there were flashes of lightning and rumblings and clashes of thunder and an earthquake and heavy hail (Tree of Life Version).

 

Throughout history, people believe that the two witnesses spoken about in Revelations 11 will be either Elijah, Moses or Enoch. I personally think that Elijah was taken up to heaven alive probably because he was doing too much miracles, shaking the earth, stopping the sun, causing drought, demonstrating too much God’s power in a supernatural way, raising the dead, bringing down fire down heaven, leading a school of prophets known as “the sons of the prophets” … and if God had not taken him alive to heaven, he could have boldly done crazier things for the glory of God before the appointed times. Enoch (ancestor of Noah) was also taken to heaven alive because in his days, he was even walking with God:  “and Enoch walked with God: and he was no more; for God took him” (Gen 5:21–24).

Dear readers of this article, in our generation, Prophet Shepherd Bushiri (Major 1) has done so many miracles and if I can dare to compare, I can say that he did more miracles than the Elijah of the “Old” Testament and even more than anyone else who has lived on this earth, Jesus Christ excluded. During his 33 years of ministry of earth, Jesus Christ himself prophesied that, very truly, whoever believes in Him will do even greater things than what He did: John 14:12 “Amen, amen I tell you, he who puts his trust in Me, the works that I do he will do; and greater than these he will do, because I am going to the Father. 13 And whatever you ask in My name, that I will do, so that the Father may be glorified in the Son. 14 If you ask Me anything in My name, I will do it.” (Tree of Life Version).

Major 1 has been to heaven many times and came back. Those who follow him testified about the magnitude of the anointing, power and grace he is operating with. Time and space could not allow me to details things here and when I tried to put together the meaning of this vision of Honorable Seer Wakisa Chizaso and what I know about Elijah and what I was feeling about Prophet Shepherd Bushiri (Major 1), I just have to warn you to ensure you are ready for the return of the Lord. The world is really going to end very soon and the things God is doing through Prophet Shepherd Bushiri (Major 1) is beyond natural and human beings who have the grace to be alive today need to stop taking the era we are living in lightly. People were playing in disbelief when the flood came on them in the days of Noah. You don’t want to be playing and rejecting the God of Major 1 when this world ends.

Hon Seer Wakisa Chizaso and Prophet Shepherd Bushiri (Major 1)
Hon Seer Wakisa Chizaso and Prophet Shepherd Bushiri (Major 1)
Prophet Shepherd Bushiri (Major 1)
Prophet Shepherd Bushiri (Major 1)

What Africa’s Richest Man Thinks Would Make Africa Rich

Aliko Dangote, chairman and CEO of the Dangote Group, photographed at his office in Lagos, Nigeria in July 2018.
Aliko Dangote, chairman and CEO of the Dangote Group, photographed at his office in Lagos, Nigeria in July 2018. (Tom Saater for TIME)
With hundreds of multi-hued cranes and stacked shipping containers, the construction site rises from the swamps east of Lagos like a Technicolor hallucination. It is Nigeria’s latest hope for transforming its stagnant economy: a $10.5 billion oil refinery that will be Africa’s biggest, able to produce 650,000 barrels a day. When the pumps roar to life in 2020, they could make Nigeria—a net importer of fuel, despite copious crude-oil reserves—self-sufficient in petroleum products.

That’s only the beginning. Once the refinery is operational, industry analysts say Nigeria could become Africa’s biggest producer of refined petroleum and gas products, ranging from plastics to fertilizer, as well as jet fuel, diesel and gasoline. That would create a variety of new industries, potentially lifting the economy of the entire region for decades to come.

Most of Africa’s biggest infrastructure projects are financed by a combination of state monies, bonds and development loans. But this is no national undertaking: the Dangote Refinery is a privately funded project sprung wholesale from the fevered aspirations of Africa’s richest man, Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote. If his gamble pays off, it could save Nigeria up to $12 billion on the importation of refined fuel, and grow his Dangote Group conglomerate to an energy giant with a projected revenue of $30 billion. It could also make Dangote, who is now worth $14.1 billion, one of the wealthiest industrialists in the world.

Top of the 61-year-old’s shopping list is his favorite soccer team, Arsenal—once his new investment starts generating the cash he needs to buy the North London club. But first Dangote wants to see other African businessmen follow his lead by investing in job-generating industries throughout the continent. Africa’s population, he notes, will double to 2.5 billion by 2050, and more than a billion young people will be looking for jobs. That could present a risk to the continent’s security.

But Dangote believes if more investors shared his view of Africa—as a source of future consumers as well as labor—it could also be a chance to bring lasting prosperity for all.

He’s done his part, he says, by committing an additional $6 billion to $8 billion in Nigerian and African investments over the next two years. But it pains him that when he goes to international events like the World Economic Forum at Davos, Africans are poorly represented, and Africa is still seen as a risky investment. After all, he points out, he made most of his money in Nigeria. “There are enormous amounts of opportunities here when you look at it,” Dangote tells TIME in an interview in his ninth-floor office in downtown Lagos. “But unless we stay and contribute to our own countries, we’re not going to get out of the woods.”

Workers at a construction site for a Dangote Group refinery in Lagos, Nigeria, in July 2018.
Workers at a construction site for a Dangote Group refinery in Lagos, Nigeria, in July 2018. (Tom Saater for TIME).

Unassuming in stature, with slightly graying hair cut close to his scalp and a perennially bashful grin, Dangote seems less like a swaggering tycoon than a man who still can’t quite believe his good luck. Though he comes from one of the most important trading families of Kano, in northern Nigeria, it was an early foray into manufacturing that launched him into the top tiers of global wealth. He got his start in the 1970s as an importer of common necessities such as sugar, flour, pasta and packing materials. Having already built up distribution networks, he used a small loan from his maternal grandfather to invest in factories and began producing.

He quickly showed a ferocity when it came to spotting and seizing a business opportunity; from cement to tomato paste, Dangote approached every industry with a “build it and they will buy” idealism. It’s a formula he has extended to building factories in four different countries while exporting locally produced goods to 30 others. The aggressiveness belies his solicitous demeanor; he serves visitors to his office and home himself, and makes a point of taking his landlines off the hook and putting his cell phones on silent before starting a conversation.

In 2012, after the cost of oil skyrocketed, he started thinking about how he could apply his formula to the fuel that ran his factories. Though he knew nothing about the industry, turning Nigeria’s approach to oil on its head was the obvious next step, says Dangote.

“Dangote is setting the pace,” says Ayodele Odusola, the chief economist for the United Nations Development Programme in Africa. “He has already helped Nigeria break the shackles of imported petrol. We need to engage with more African entrepreneurs like that.”

Nigeria, at this point, could certainly use a cheerleader of Dangote’s caliber. The country may be known for its entrepreneurial hustle, but according to a June report from the Vienna-based NGO World Data Lab, Nigeria has the world’s highest number of people living in extreme poverty. That’s a stunning statistic for a country long touted as an African powerhouse.

“We were hearing about Nigeria’s promise in primary school, and here I am, in old age, still hearing about it,” says economist Akpan H. Ekpo, director general of the Lagos-based West African Institute for Financial and Economic Management. “Nigeria could be the economic engine of Africa. The size of the economy, the available manpower and resources, a hardworking population—she has all it takes.” Instead, Nigeria is a country of perpetually unrealized potential—an anchor weighing down the rest of the region as it struggles to overcome the deep-seated conflicts, corruption and bad governance that keep success out of reach.

How Dangote succeeded where others failed involves a President, protectionism and a piece of company apocrypha. When in 1999 Nigeria’s recently elected pro-business President Olusegun Obasanjo asked him why Nigeria imported so much cement when it had all the raw ingredients to produce it at home, Dangote is said to have told him that it would stay that way as long as it was more profitable to import than to produce. So Obasanjo reversed the imbalance by giving preferential treatment to domestic producers. Dangote was one of the first to profit, and today, Dangote Cement is on the verge of being the largest exporter of the construction material in Africa.

That Dangote has built a fortune by securing virtual monopolies on the production of vital goods, like cement, with government assistance in the form of tax exemptions and protection from international competitors is not lost on his detractors. But Dangote has long said that old-fashioned protectionism is the only way to build Africa’s industries. “How many jobs can you create if you are now going to produce 5 million tons of wheat instead of importing it?” he asks. It is up to the government to protect local industries, he adds. “Incentives are what drive an entrepreneur to risk his capital.”

Now that President Donald Trump has adopted a similar stance for American manufacturers, Dangote feels vindicated. He still winces at Trump’s expletive-laced dismissal of African nations as “-sh-thole countries,” but admires the President’s stance on protecting domestic manufacturers. “When foreign competitors come into our market and dump their products, there is no incentive to build our own industry,” Dangote says. “Are we to be captive to foreign companies? No. If America is now rising up to protect her industries, why shouldn’t African countries rise up to protect their own?”

Protectionism has historically been considered a dirty word in Africa, where manufacturing exports protected by free-trade treaties have boosted foreign exchange. Now, governments and investors are beginning to see domestic manufacturing as vital for creating jobs.

To grow, however, African countries still need foreign direct investment. The problem is that Africa is still seen as a risky investment for most outsiders, despite the fact that, according to Odusola, it has the largest rate of return—11.4%—compared to other regions, like Europe or Asia. This is where the Dangote Group’s expanding presence on the continent can generate a halo effect, says Odusola. The more Dangote’s investments thrive, the more likely it is that foreign companies will want to emulate his success by taking similar risks on unknown markets.

Former U.S. President Bill Clinton (L) speaks with Aliko Dangote (C), President and CEO, Dangote Group, and Andrew N. Liveris, President, Chairman & CEO, at the end of a panel discussion during US-Africa Business Forum on the sideline of the US-Africa Leaders Summit in Washington, DC, on August 5, 2014.
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton (L) speaks with Aliko Dangote (C), President and CEO, Dangote Group, and Andrew N. Liveris, President, Chairman & CEO, at the end of a panel discussion during US-Africa Business Forum on the sideline of the US-Africa Leaders Summit in Washington, DC, on August 5, 2014. (Jewel Samad—AFP/Getty Images).

The question is how many Dangotes there are waiting to be discovered. His companies cover a dizzying breath of industries—everything from agriculture to oil, constructional materials, real estate and food products. Dangote Group claims its investments contribute upwards of 10% of Nigeria’s GDP, a figure supported by outside economists. Over decades, Dangote has built up a vast knowledge of arcane subjects ranging from tomato blight (his $13 million tomato-paste factory suffered last year when most of the crop was devastated by insects) to wheat varietals, packaging options and fertilizer production. There are few like him.

Group executive director Devakumar V.G. Edwin, who has worked for Dangote for nearly 27 years, says his best trait—an unflagging attention to detail—can also be a drawback. “He’s very hands-on. Whether it comes to sales, marketing, production, efficiency, energy saving—he is there, asking questions and demanding results.” It’s good for the company, but not always so good for the man.

Dangote acknowledges he is a perfectionist. “I wish I could clone myself,” he says ruefully. If he did, he calculates, 10 of him would do the trick. In the meantime, he gets by on minimal sleep—three hours the night before we meet, interrupted at 5:30 a.m. by his morning prayers. For Dangote, being the richest man in Africa is not enough. “I want to be known as the biggest philanthropist in Africa,” he says, citing Bill Gates-—whom he considers a friend—as a role model. Dangote aims to have a foundation worth $10 billion within the next five to seven years. He has already invested $1.2 billion toward initiatives that focus on education, health and youth empowerment. Eventually he wants it to serve as a beacon for other charitable foundations to also invest in African causes.

To do so, he needs to build his business even further. His next project, he says, will be oil and gas exploration so that he can secure his own feedstock of crude for the refinery. It’s just a ramped-up version of what he did for his tomato-paste processing plant, when he decided to cultivate tomatoes instead of buying them on the market.

Casually, he reveals he is also considering doing the same for dairy. Nigeria, he says, imports 98% of its milk products, even though cattle tending is deeply ingrained in Nigerian culture.

And so the entrepreneur starts sketching out plans to TIME as he sips his morning coffee. To supply the entire Nigerian population would take about 300,000 high-yield dairy cows, but if he started with a modest 50,000, he could still capture much of the existing market. His words tripping over themselves in excitement, Dangote is already visualizing a transformed sector. “Hundreds of jobs, yes, hundreds,” he murmurs, distracted. Thousands, he adds, if you look at the whole value chain of animal feed, tending, packaging and transport.

Of course, that would mean making sure that the foreign companies importing products are prevented from dumping dairy to quash the nascent domestic market. Dangote brushes that concern aside. “With the right kind of support, we could feed the entire West African region. It’s possible. Not today, but in the next 10 years.” Arsenal, it seems, may just have to wait.

 

Source: by  By ARYN BAKER – http://time.com/5432947/aliko-dangote-richest-man-africa


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Dr Denis Mukwege, DR Congo’s renowned ‘rape surgeon’, makes Africa proud as he wins the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize

Dr Denis Mukwege at his hospital in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Renowned Congolese gynaecologist and surgeon Dr Denis Mukwege has been named the winner of the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize which he won with Nadia Murad for their efforts to end the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war and armed conflict.

Mukwege, popularly known as the ‘rape surgeon’, becomes the 23rd African and first Congolese to ever win the Nobel Peace Prize which was last awarded to Africans in 2011; Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and Leymah Gbowee of Liberia.

“Denis Mukwege’s basic principle is that ‘justice is everyone’s business’. The 2018 Peace Laureate is the foremost, most unifying symbol, both nationally and internationally, of the struggle to end sexual violence in war and armed conflicts,” says the Nobel Committee after the announcement on Friday, October 5, 2018.

63-year-old Mukwege has helped thousands of women and girls who have been victims of rape and sexual abuse at the hands of rebel forces in the Democratic Republic of Congo since the beginning of the civil war in the early 90s.

He founded the Panzi Hospital in the South Kivu province in 1999 to provide free and comprehensive care for female victims of rape and other forms of sexual violence during the conflict.

Mukwege will receive a citation and an 18-carat gold medal that bears the face of the founder Alfred Nobel at an award ceremony in December. The prize for the joint winners includes SEK 9,000,000 ($1,110,000) which will be paid next year.

Mukwege has received scores of honours including Europe’s top human rights prize – Sakharov Prize – and three nominations for the Nobel Peace Prize for his service and fight against sexual violence. He was also named by TIME magazine as one of the world’s 100 most influential people in 2016.

His hospital treats over 46,000 girls and women with gynaecological injuries, about half of them, victims of sexual violence.

Mukwege has been very vocal in the DRC where he called for a change in the country’s governance system. This he re-emphasized during a speech at the United Nations in 2012 where he condemned the government’s passive response to the violence against women.

Despite the numerous support he gained from the public for his vociferous nature, he narrowly escaped an assassination attempt in 2012 that claimed the life of his guard who took the bullet in his place.

Mukwege went into exile in Europe but later returned to a rousing welcome the following year to help his struggling hospital to stay open.

The life of the “rape surgeon”, as he is popularly called, has been documented in the film, “The Man Who Mends Women”, and a book.

History of the Nobel Prizes

The Nobel Prizes have been awarded since 1901 and conferred on top achievers in six fields: Physics, Chemistry, Literature, Physiology or Medicine, Promotion of Peace and Economic Sciences.

Prize-winners are often individuals, teams of two or three and organisations called Nobel Laureates. The laureates are nominated by their peers, including former laureates, politicians, justices and academics among a few others, and then secretly chosen by Nobel Committees and prize-awarding institutions.

For the peace prize, the Norwegian Nobel Committee composed of five members is appointed by the Norwegian parliament.

The Committee chooses the laureates through a majority vote before the winner is announced in October.

The awards were created by Swedish scientist and philanthropist Alfred Nobel who bequeathed most of his fortune to the establishment of the prize upon his passing in 1896.

The first prizes were presented in 1901 and since then, over 900 people have been awarded.

Details of the selection process and nominees can only be revealed until after 50 years.

Despite the Nobel Foundation’s requirement that prizes be awarded only to living recipients, Canadian immunologist Ralph M. Steinman was awarded a 2011 Nobel for medicine posthumously. The committee did not know he had died three days prior.

The winners receive their prizes at a ceremony on December 10th – the anniversary of the death of Alfred Nobel.

All the prizes except the peace prize are presented in Stockholm by the King of Sweden. The peace prize is awarded in Oslo by the Norwegian Nobel Committee with the King of Norway.

The prize includes a sum of money, a citation and an 18-carat gold medal that bears the face of the founder Alfred Nobel. The money is received after a year.

Source: https://face2faceafrica.com/article/dr-congos-renowned-rape-surgeon-makes-africa-proud-as-he-wins-the-2018-nobel-peace-prize

 


Why is it so hard for Africans to visit other African countries?

Malian passports
Many African travellers say visas and transport on the continent are too complex and expensive (Photo copyright GETTY IMAGES).

Africa’s richest man Aliko Dangote has said he needs 38 visas to travel within the continent on his Nigerian passport. Many European nationals, meanwhile, waltz into most Africans countries visa-free.

African nations were supposed to scrap visa requirements for all African citizens by 2018.

It was a key part of the African Union (AU) “vision and roadmap for the next 50 years” that was adopted by all members states in 2013.

But to date, the Seychelles is the only nation where visa-free travel is open to all Africans – as well as to citizens of every nation – as it always has been.

A recent AU report found that Africans can travel without a visa to just 22% of other African countries.

It is a sensitive topic, provoking xenophobic attitudes in some of Africa’s wealthier nations despite policymakers from Cape to Cairo insisting that the free movement of people is key for economic transformation.

Media captionKatchie Nzama shares her five African travel tips

“Our leaders seem to go to ridiculous lengths to preserve and protect the colonial borders,” says South African travel blogger Katchie Nzama, who has visited 35 of Africa’s 55 countries.

The AU may want a borderless continent where its 1.2 billion people can move freely between nations, similar to the European Union, but it seems there is no shortage of obstacles.

Whether it is immigration officials in Burkina Faso charging an arbitrary $200 (£155) for a visa on arrival, or Tanzania arresting and deporting other East Africans who enter illegally, or Tunisia refusing visas to stranded African passengers after a cancelled flight, intra-African travel is fraught with suspicion.

Double standards?

South Africa appears to be the most visible representative of the continent’s visa double standard, remaining largely closed to other Africans but more welcoming to the wider world.

Citizens of only 15 African nations can travel to South Africa without a visa, yet holders of 28 different European passports can enter the country freely.

A graph showing the percentages of African nationalities which require visas in order to enter South Africa, Nigeria, Mauritius, Ghana, Rwanda, Kenya and the Seychelles.

The country’s Department of Home Affairs spokesman Thabo Mokgola defends its policy.

“This is an unfair assertion – visa-waiver agreements are premised on reciprocity and we are finalising such with a number of African countries,” he told the BBC.

Just how that reciprocity is applied is unclear.

Kenya, for example, gives South African citizens a visa on arrival for free. But Kenyans must apply for a visa, then pay a service fee and wait for at least five working days before travelling to South Africa.

In 2015, two years after the African Union asked members to commit to abolishing visa requirements for all Africans by 2018, South Africa did the opposite and announced stricter regulations that were widely criticised.

Hit by a recession and a drop in tourist numbers, the country caved in and recently announced that it was relaxing travel rules in the hope of reviving its struggling economy.

 

African passport

Namibia, Mauritius, Ghana, Rwanda, Benin and Kenya have all loosened travel restrictions for other African nationals, and now either grant a visa on arrival or allow for visits of up to 90 days with just a passport.

But citizens of African countries still need a visa to travel to more than half of the continent’s 54 countries, protecting borders drawn up by European colonisers more than a century ago.

“Somebody like me, despite the size of our group, I need 38 visas to move around Africa,” complained Nigerian billionaire Aliko Dangote in an interview in 2016.

He is reportedly one of the first in line to receive the African passport which was launched in 2016. The travel document is supposed to eventually replace individual nations’ passports, but is currently only available to some heads of state, senior diplomats and top AU officials.

A composite image of Rwanda's President Paul Kagame and former African Union Chairman Idriss Déby, and a close shot of an AU passport
Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame and former African Union Chairman Idriss Déby were given the first AU passports in 2016 (Image copyright AFP/BBC)

It is easy enough to travel within regional blocs such as the East African Community, the Economic Community of West African States, the Southern African Development Community, the Maghreb, as well as the Central African Economic and Monetary Community. But it is rarely possible to travel from one region to another without restrictions.

Extortionate prices

Another impediment to African travel is that there are very few commercial flights from one region to another and when they do exist, they are prohibitively expensive.

“Flying from Kenya to Namibia is the same price as flying to Thailand, and the cost to Dubai from Nairobi is way cheaper than flying to Morocco,” says Kenyan travel blogger Winnie Rioba.

And this is on top of the visa fees.

Ms Rioba was charged $90 for a visa for Djibouti, more than the $75 she paid for a Schengen visa, which gave her access to 26 European states.

“I’ve spent more money applying for visas than transport costs in my travels across the continent,” agrees Ms Nzama.

“This is not just money paid to embassies. It’s the time and money wasted going back and forth to embassies, and preparing the required documents, which in most cases I felt were not necessary,” the South African travel blogger says.

To help her fellow Nigerians find their way through the maze of requirements, entrepreneur Funmi Oyatogun created a colour-coded map outlining which African countries were easiest to travel to:

Funmi Oyatogun@funmioyatogun created a map showing ALL the African countries and which ones are easiest to visit from Nigeria! Visa reqs, flight access, etc were considered.

“Our focus is to simplify travel for Africans across Africa,” she says of her start-up TVP Adventures.

She believes these efforts are a necessary part of what she calls the “African travel spring”.

“We are breaking through the barriers that made it difficult in the past – lack of information, poor flight connections, and incorrect perceptions of other African countries.”

There is widespread support for scrapping the visa requirements for Africans travelling within the continent.

But as the 2018 deadline slips by, few believe it is likely to happen soon.

And while we wait, it might remain more attractive to leave the continent.

“How will I convince an African traveller to go with me to Angola if the trip will cost as much as travel to five countries in Europe?” asks Ms Rioba.

Even a dollar billionaire like Mr Dangote has problems visiting his many investments across his home continent.

“They give you visas as if it is a favour,” he says.

 


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Prophet Wakisa Chizaso is Closing his Churches and Returning to ECG Church to Learn as a Man of God, Serve as a Son, and Receive His Blessings from his Spiritual Father, Prophet Shepherd Bushiri (Major 1)

On October 8, 2018, Prophet Wakisa Chizaso  announced that he made a decision to close his church, Revival International Christian Center (RICC) Church, and to return back to his home church, Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) Church and support his father’s vision. Prophet Wakisa Chizaso said he was convicted in his heart to return back and be with his spiritual father, Prophet Shepherd Bushiri (Major 1), in ECG church. In the Facebook post which broke the news to the world, Prophet Wakisa Chizaso said “I left for my church 7 years ago in peace with the blessing of my father and I am returning back whilst my father and mum warmly welcomes me“.  According to his announcement, the 3 main reasons for his return are:
“1. To learn as a man of God
2. To serve as a son
3. For my blessings”.
He therefore announced to all his RICC churches in South Africa, Malawi, Zambia, Tanzania, America, etc., and to all his followers that they must continue following him in ECG Church. He also cautioned them that he may return back to his church RICC in future when his father Major 1 will see it necessary that he is fully capable of standing alone.
While some people may not receive this decision positively, all that matters is that the will of God be manifested over his life and ministries.
Prophet Wakisa Chizaso
 I would like to wish him all the best for this decision and I pray God to lead him and Major 1 in a way that this decision will glorify God. I hope the thousands of followers that Prophet Wakisa has will continue supporting him. May everything be well with him and his family and may the transition be smooth for him. Prophet Wakisa Chizaso is a great prophet and surely, greater things are awaiting him. The transition may be a little bit challenging for he will be picking up new privileges and responsibilities. Nevertheless, I hope and pray that in the end, he will be satisfied by the consequences of this bold decision and that his work will better glorify God.
Like written in a previous article, Prophet Wakisa Chizaso is originally from Nkhata Bay District (Malawi), a few kilometers from Mzuzu. He was born in a family of 5 and grew up in the Church of Central African Presbyterian (CCAP Church). His birth and childhood had severe complications such that his parents lost hope that he would live. For instance, he was born blind and had intestines outside his body and he was bleeding about 125 milliliters daily for 15 years. His parents thought he would die any day. Henceforth, his parents named him Wakisa which in his dialect Karonga means “God have mercy.” Because of the complications Prophet Wakisa Chizaso faced early in life, his parents took him to witch doctors and medical doctors, but no healing happened. Medical doctors were refusing to operate on him saying he may die any day. Those days, he was a teacher and active leader in the CCAP Church. One night, the God of Mercy sent him an Angel in his dreams. The Angel of the Lord touched his head and healed him from all his diseases. In that dream, he heard a voice telling him: “you are my honorable vessel which l have called and chosen to save lost souls, heal their diseases, see what people are passing through and prophecy to them…” Immediately afterwards, he woke up from the dream, his eyes opened, and he started seeing for the first time, no more bleeding nor intestines outside his body. The words he heard in the dream and the scope of the miracles that are following him today are some of the reasons he is called Hon 1 Major. Since he was in primary school, he was foretelling and foreseeing things which all came to pass. However, he did not know his calling till he met Prophet Shepherd Bushiri (Major 1) who officially led him to Jesus Christ on August 24, 2007 in Mzuzu City. Immediately, Prophet Shepherd Bushiri became his spiritual father, meaning that Prophet Wakisa Chizaso is one of the very early sons of Major 1. In his own words, Prophet Wakisa said: “Major Prophet Shepherd Bushiri is a man who has built my spiritual life and my prophetic ministry. l am advancing because of his mentorship on me. Without him, l could not go far since no one can make it in life without a coach”. For example, the first mansion that Prophet Wakisa had in Malawi was given to him by Major 1.
Prophet Wakisa and Major 1 several years ago
Because of the enlightenment he received about the Word of God and his calling, he left the Church of Central African Presbyterian, and founded the Revival International Christian Center Ministries (RICC). God has been using him mightily in teaching, wisdom, revelations, detailed prophecies, instant healings, and deliverances. Many people testified that he is very sharp, accurate, and microscopic in forensic prophecies. His services are filled with shocking miracles. For instance, in his ministries, dead people come back to life, incurable diseases such as HIV/AIDS and cancer have been healed, people very often get miracle money and miracle airtime on their phone. He has revealed that God “fills him of Higher Dimensional Spiritual Energy which heals diseases, delivers people from demons and makes people rich”. Prophet Wakisa Chizaso believes that “the Lord has anointed him to bring lost souls to Him, heal and deliver people, restore whatsoever they have lost, release what they lack, anoint them into different offices, lift their spiritual dimension and connect them to higher spiritual energy of the Holy Spirit”. Because of the signs and wonders which are accompanying his ministries, countless people across the globe flock to him all the time so he ministers to them. Prophet Wakisa Chizaso has preached in more than 37 countries including Malawi, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, USA, Germany, Brazil, Portugal, Switzerland, Tanzania, Botswana, Namibia, Congo, Zambia, etc. As of 2017, he has laid hands on and prayed for 7 Presidents and heads of nations one on one.
Prophet Wakisa Chizaso is happily married to Prophetess Sarah Chizaso and so far, they have one Son, Asa Shepherd Chizaso named after Prophet Shepherd Bushiri (Major 1). Their wedding was officiated by Major 1 himself in an ECG (Enlightened Christian Gathering) Church.
We wish them the best for their decision to close their churches and better serve their spiritual parents, Prophet Shepherd Bushiri (Major 1) and Prophetess Mary Bushiri.
Prophet Wakisa Chizaso at ECG

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Tanzania: President refuses private jet to UN, flies Commercial and says use the money to fix hospitals

President of Tanzania, John Pombe Magufuli last Monday while leaving for the New York for the 73rd session of the United Nations General Assembly, refused go via a private jet, but Joined a commercial flight instead.

He said the money that would have been used in flying the private jet should be channeled into providing equipment and other essentials for hospitals in the country.

He said the needs of the hospitals are far more superior to him being flown in a private jet at the cost of the country’s tax payers.

He believes once the hospitals are well equipped, it will accelerate and enhance healthcare delivery in the country and save lives.

He is on record to have fired the CEO and management of a whole health facility in the country recently when he detected some malfunctioning equipment and elements of corruption within the management.

Source: BestNewsGH.com

Kennedy Mornah is an Award Winning Ghanaian Journalist with over two decades of experience in the Ghanaian Media landscape spanning the electronic, print and digital media. He is a Media Consultant, a Corporate MC, Radio and TV Host, Founder and Publisher of the Maritime and Transport Digest Newspaper, Businessman, a Go getter and an optimist. He has worked for renowned media organizations including Diamond Fm in Tamale, Luv Fm in Kumasi, Oman Fm in Accra and Starr Fm in Accra In 2017 he received the Reporter of the Year Award at the Ghana Shippers Awards in Accra, Ghana.

Source: http://bestnewsgh.com/tanzania-president-refuses-private-jet-to-un-flies-commercial-and-says-use-the-money-to-fix-hospitals/