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WORLD DAY OF THE BOY CHILD 16 MAY 2019: PROTECTING OUR BOYS . . . RECLAIMING OUR HERITAGE

Institutions, organizations, and individuals throughout our global village will observe “World Day Of The Boy Child” on 16 May 2018 under the theme, “Protecting Our Boys . . . Reclaiming Our Heritage”.  Of the 7.6 billion souls with whom we...
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I MENTORED 25 YEAR OLD ARMED ROBBER TO BECOME AN EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF A MULTINATIONAL COMPANY IN NIGERIA- Alhaji Abubakar Barau Abdullahi

Something I did that I helped someone as a  person  was  the  rehabilitation of a 25 year old armed robber to become a  crime free person ,who is  now an Executive Director of  a multinational company in Nigeria. Related to that is rehabilitation...
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JOSHUA BECKFORD SYMPATHIZISES WITH NIGERIANS ON THE LOSS OF SCHOOL CHILDREN IN COLLAPSED BUILDING IN LAGOS, NIGERIA

I am sending this message of sympathy and condolences as Ambassador for BMAN (Boys Mentoring Advocacy Network) to the parents and relatives of the children who lost their lives so young whilst just trying to get their education.
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JOSHUA BECKFORD TO RECONSTRUCT SCHOOL CLASSROOMS FOR TAFAN COMMUNITY, KADUNA STATE, NIGERIA

I am motivated and excited to be the L.I.F.E Support Ambassador for BMAN to help fundraise and rebuild this school for all the children of Tafan in Kaduna State Nigeria. This will be a life-changing project. Together we can help produce the future Scientists,...
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BOYS MENTORING ADVOCACY NETWORK TO LAUNCH INITIATIVE FOR NIGERIA’S IMPOVERISHED CHILDREN UNDER THE INTERNATIONAL MEN’S DAY UMBRELLA

Many of Nigeria’s children lack adequate access to clothing, shoes, toys, bicycle  and essential tools they will need for school such as composition books, pens, pencils, paper, and textbooks.   This is a scenario that the Boys Mentoring Advocacy...
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BMAN OFFERS FREE BREAST CANCER EXAMINATION AND SCREENING FOR 50 FEMALE TEACHERS AND MOTHERS

Each day a woman dies of breast cancer.  Most deaths resulting from breast cancer can be managed should detection of this killer disease be discovered early enough but it is not so with many women especially teachers who earn a low income that can barely...
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