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Kenyan science teacher meets Trump in White House

The Kenyan teacher awarded recently for his dedication to work and helping his students has met U.S President Donald Trump. Peter Tabichi, a science teacher is also due to speak at the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York. A picture of Trump and Tabichi’s meeting in the Oval Office was posted on Twitter by the White House press secretary. Stephanie Grisham said Tabichi’s “dedication, hard work, and belief in his students’ talent has led his poorly resourced school in Kenya to emerge victorious after taking…

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“People shouldn’t be afraid of their government. Governments should be afraid of their people”

By Jennifer Fierberg In a recent four day trip to Washington DC, meetings and interviews filled my schedule during the US African Leader Summit. Fifty heads of state from Africa descended upon DC to discuss topics of growth, infrastructure, food security, trade and various other political topics. President Obama made it clear that there would be no private meetings between himself and any of these dignitaries. President Obama did make the following statement in regards to the event: “I do not see the countries and peoples of Africa as a…

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Obama lied and six-million Congolese have died

           By: Jennifer Fierberg When President Barack Obama came into office he rode in on the white horse of the “Obama Law.” Many activist and journalist breathed hope that President Obama would bring change to Central Africa by the strategic and specific law set forth by Mr. Obama as well as Hillary Clinton known as Public Law 109-456 in which they clearly wrote: “The Secretary of State is authorized to withhold assistance made available under the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 (22 U.S.C. 2151 et seq.),…

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WASHINGTON DC: ANTI-KAGAME RALLY AT THE WHITE HOUSE

Rwandan, Burundian and Congolese opposition political parties and civil society organizations operating in the United States of America have pooled their efforts together to denounce Kagame’s visit to the White House.   One may wonder how did this renowned criminal -also known as the African Hitler- end up on the Obama’s guest list. Paul Kagame’s human rights abuses, his dictatorship against the Rwandan people, his criminal record in Rwanda and abroad are not consistent with the American values and ideals.  In many regards, Paul Kagame is worse than Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe…

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Remarks by President Obama and President Kikwete of Tanzania at Joint Press Conference

The White House Office of the Press Secretary For Immediate Release July 01, 2013     State HouseDar es Salaam, Tanzania 5:09 P.M. EAT PRESIDENT KIKWETE:  You Excellency, Barack Obama, President of the United States of America — Mr. President, let me once again welcome you and the U.S. First Lady, and your entire delegation to Tanzania. I thank you, Mr. President, for accepting my invitation to visit Tanzania.  The people of Tanzania love you.  (Applause.) You have seen the outpouring of warmth.  There has never been a visit by…

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