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Patrick M. Ndifon II

Photo Story of the 2016 SunRise School Tour: Nico Secondary Commercial School and Government Secondary School, Anantigha

The last phase of the 2016 SunRise School Tour held on October 13 to the 21st.
As it is our custom, the SunRise Crew spent three days in each school educating the young persons on Sexual & Reproductive Health, the Laws of Academic Success, and final ending with the message of Gospel of Jesus Christ. At the end of the tour we handed out prizes and gifts to several students. This is a short summary of our visit to Nico Secondary Commercial School and Government Secondary School, Anantigha

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Patrick M. Ndifon II

The August 2016 Session Of The SunRise Academy For Young Leaders

From August 15th to the 26th, The SunRise Youth Intervention Organization organized a 2-week intensive training on Basic Life Skills for Young persons from Age 10 - 20.

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Chibuzor Agomuoh

A SunRise Convo with Joy Ndifon

Several months ago, Joy and her mom were abducted from their home by a team of kidnappers. They were held in captivity for 8 days. The miracle of their survival is amazing. I met Joy and her mom a few days after their released, and I was indeed amazed by how relaxed and lively they were. I decided to have a short conversation with her. You'll love this convo.

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Chidimma Chukukere

A Sad Tale About Funmi

​Mama used to say there was a season and a time for everything. A time to learn and a time to grow. A time to listen, and a time to speak. A time to love, and a time to hate. A time to embrace and a time to refrain from embracing. She had said that each person's time and pace were different, and that anyone who moved slower or faster than his or her time, would eventually tire and be full of regrets.

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Chibuzor Agomuoh

One Day They Will Believe

It was a Sunday afternoon, my friend and I drove from Church to a restaurant somewhere in Abuja. We ordered for our meals and waited to be served. At a table not too far from us were a group of men (about 5 of them) who were conversing and laughing. Apparently...
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