Q: Is it OK for a married person to have their ex(es) as "Friends" on their Facebook page?

Apparently Facebook has been raking havoc on African marriages in the Diaspora (especially in Europe) because of too many men and women rekindling old flames in their current relationships. We've heard cases of divorces and even suicides in this subject.

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Fans Question of the Week: "Why don't you publish News such as ongoing religious and civil wars in Africa?"

 AM Editorial: We believe there are enough bad news published already over the internet about Africa and Africans. Our Editorial team believes in sharing more positive activities to enrich our readers with Good and positive attitude."

"For every bad news published, we should have Ten good news posted. We are in the business of feeding readers with good and positive thoughts, not eroded and corrupted ones." - Eric Adunagow

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 Q: Can you rate the following from most critical to least critical, in relation to African countries Development needs?

  1. Energy
  2. Infrastructure
  3. Internet
  4. Unity
  5. Education

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For those who have found themselves outside their homeland and are keen to seek solace within the culture they grew up with, cultural journalism is a key method of doing so. To not only read about, but also document the ongoing culture of your country of birth is a great way not only to stay wired into what’s going on back home, but also to introduce others to your culture.

JUL/AUG 2011 issue of ADUNAGOW Magazine. SPECIAL REPORT on Africa impact after the 21st century. Exclusive interview with Actress Amelia Jackson-Gray from HBO Hit TV serie “Entourage.” Also on this issue: latest FIFA Rankings for African teams and coverage of the top 5 African vacation cities. Get your copy today!

Issue 21: MAY/JUN 2011 Issue

MAY/JUN 2011 Issue of ADUNAGOW Magazine. SPECIAL REPORT on Immigration and Race Relations. Exclusive Interviews with Meron Abebe (Model), Emem Archibong (Singer), and Olatide Adéniyi (Designer). Also on this issue: discussion about racism in Football (soccer), Surviving Infidelity, and Treating Arthritis. Special coverage of the upcoming 2011 Miss Congo UK. Get your copy today!

Gaylord Kimbuta Kazadi, son of the governor of the province of Kinshasa, was assassinated Tuesday, April 26 in the town of Ham-sur-Heure, Belgium, where he lived.
According to the Belga news agency, two individuals, Gaylord Kimbuta Kazadi and Alexis Guida, came out of a car early Tuesday afternoon outside the residence of Mr. Gabriel Alleyn, on the Rue du Calvaire street, in Common Ham-sur-Heure.

Sudan, Africa’s largest country, is in the final run-up to a critical referendum on independence for the oil-rich south in January 9, 2011 that seems certain to split the war-scarred state. For many, there is a fear that the split between the North and South could birth a new religion conflict between the two sides: the north, dominated by Arab Muslims, and the south, predominantly Christians.

Miss Nigeria In America 2009: Claret Onukogu
Miss Nigeria In America 2009: Claret Onukogu

BIOGRAPHY

Claret Onukogu is a 24 year old woman from Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria who was born as the first child out of six children to Ray and Kathryn Onukogu. Some of the adjectives used to describe her include enthusiastic, spiritual, charismatic, intelligent, humble, ambitious, independent, goal-oriented, friendly, graceful, optimistic, outspoken, hard-working, open-minded, courageous, and multicultural. She spent her early childhood in Nigeria where she completed her nursery, primary and part of her secondary education.

She is known for standing out in a crowd amongst the midst of her peers due to her renowned personality, academic and athletic abilities. While in elementary school, she was crowned Miss ESAN and had to represent her school during occasions, debates, and contests. After graduating with distinction at High Gate Elementary School in Lagos State, she was admitted into Federal Government Girls College Ibusa, Delta State. While at FGGC, Ibusa, she was an active member of the student government board. She later relocated to the United States to complete her secondary and University education.