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PAWI conference currently underway in D’ca

first_img Share Tweet Share Share Bishop Micheal Daniel. Photo credit: dominicacentral.comDominica is host country for the Pentecostal assemblies of the West Indies annual regional conference currently underway.Host Bishop Michael Daniel says the meeting which began at the Garraway Hotel this morning will seek to assess the progress the assemblies has made over the past yearsThis meeting brings together all of the district bishops of the islands in the West Indies where we have churches and we will be discussing the forward movement of the fellowship, accessing the work that is being done by the organization…” he said.Bishop Daniel says a symposium will follow the two day meeting.He says all PAWI members will congregate at the Peoples auditorium in Goodwill Sunday for a rally to bring the conference to a close.PAWI Dominica currently has 26 churches and 24 pastors. The organization is over 100 years old.Dominica Vibes Newscenter_img FaithLifestyleLocalNews PAWI conference currently underway in D’ca by: – June 22, 2011 74 Views   no discussions Sharing is caring!last_img read more

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Alakwe Back to Form, Aims for Continental Glory with FC IfeanyiUbah

first_imgNPFL…NPFL…NPFL…FC Ifeanyiubah returned to winning ways in the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) on Sunday with returnee striker, Chijioke Alakwe, playing a prominent role in their assured display against Katsina United.After a 2-0 win over ABS in Nnewi on Match Day 23, the Anambra Warriors suffered a momentary dip-in-form as they secured only one point from their subsequent three league games, a disappointing draw at home to Wikki Tourists.Not only did the Anambra Warriors find victory elusive in those games, they also found goalscoring hard to come by as they only recorded a penalty goal – Prince Aggreh’s at Rivers United – to show for in those three games.With their minimum target of a continental finish gradually slipping off as a consequence, Coach Yaw Preko turned to the hitherto unwanted Alakwe on Sunday and the effervescent striker repaid his faith with a stellar performance, having a hand in both of his team’s goals – a goal and a winning a penalty -.“It’s a very good feeling. Coming back again and scoring in my first start, feels so great,” the Imo-born striker told www.npfl.ng after Sunday’s win.Alakwe had fallen down the pecking order in the first half of the season, failing to make an appearance for the team. More established stars such as last season’s league top scorer Godwin Obaje, Pascal Seka and Ifeanyi Onuigbo have been favoured over him.Alakwe who scored twice in nine appearances for the club last term has however made four appearances in this second stanza, including Sunday’s start much to a special kind of admiration from the home fans.“Yea, it’s always like that when i played last season (the love from fans.”“I was their favourite and they were so happy to have me back because it’s been long they saw me play and were asking questions why I was not playing,” he said.Now that he is back to reckoning, he hopes to take his opportunity well.“I’m 100 per cent up for the competition for places. I have waited for so long and now that I’m back and I’m gonna take every approach to see I stay in it.”Sunday’s win lifted FC Ifeanyiubah to just one spot into 6th but Alakwe is optimistic that with his side facing a trip to relegation-haunted Remo Stars this weekend, they can surge higher.“We are working hard right now and we are going for a win at Sagamu. It is a winnable game and we want to move higher on the league table so we can achieve our season’s aim,” he concluded. Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

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