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[caption id="attachment_853" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="NCG FC Hamburg"][/caption]     Is Hamburg Football Verband Ripe for all Black Football Club? Plans to deny NCG FC their Possible League promotion and Championship Perfected The recent drama at the Hamburg Football Verband raises at least two basic questions; Can Hamburg football seriously say

[caption id="attachment_819" align="alignleft" width="200" caption="Wolfgang Kopitzsch, Polizeipräsident Hamburg"][/caption] Info event about becoming a German citizen  « La police de Hambourg a besoin de vous »: a dit Wolfgang Kopitzsch, le président de la police à la Communauté africaine - Une nouvelle loi pour la reconnaissance des diplômes étrangers  en Allemagne

[caption id="attachment_820" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Wolfgang Kopitzsch, Polizeipräsident Hamburg"][/caption]     Hamburg Police Needs You: Wolfgang Kopitzsch, Polizeipresident tells African Community - New law recognized foreign certificate in Germany takes effect from April -  Government of Hamburg to grant German nationality  to 137.000 potential immigrants -   Over 6000 Africans working in

  “The ability to vote as a Nigerian should not be considered a privilege but a fundamental human right of all Nigerians both at home and abroad. The Central Bank of Nigeria has continuously churned out figures on the billions of Naira being remitted home

Intrigue at Hamburg Football Verband:  Coalition´s  plans to  kick NCG  FC ( A predominantly Africans Football Club) out of the Hamburg football league  intensifies Africans are not organize, they are chaotic and they are badly behaved. This is a typical stereotype prejudice against many Africans

[caption id="attachment_794" align="alignleft" width="254" caption="President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan (photo-African Tide)"][/caption]   No love lost between Nigeria and South Africa, President Goodluck Jonathan assures African Ambassadors in German Speaking in a reception at Ritz Carlton Hotel  widely attended by the union of African Ambassadors in Germany in honour of

[caption id="attachment_785" align="alignleft" width="186" caption="v. r. Chancelor Angela Merkel, President Goodluck Jonathan (Photo Musah Ibrahim)"][/caption]     Nigerians in Diaspora could vote in Presidential and Gubernatorial elections as early as 2015 - Dr Goodluck Ebele Jonathan “That insecurity necessitated by terrorism is not peculiar to Nigeria and like other

[caption id="attachment_780" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="President Goodluck Jonathan"][/caption]         Why I want to negotiate with Boko Haram - Dr Goodluck Ebele Jonathan Dr Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria was recently  in Germany to solicit help in tackling the security problem in Nigeria and