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FIFA 2014

2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil – AFRICAN TEAMS

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Key players 
Samuel Eto’o, Nicolas N’Koulou, Benoit Assou-Ekotto, Aurelien Chedjou, Alex Song, Jean Makoun and Stephane Mbia.

Coach: Volker Finke
Best performances in a FIFA competition: FIFA World Cup Italy 1990 (Quarter-finals), Men’s Olympic Football Tournament Sydney 2000 (Winners)
Former stars: Roger Milla, Marc-Vivien Foe, Rigobert Song

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American Finance Money

Knowing Your Financial Stats To Get out of Debt

Money Matters Weekly: Knowing Your Financial Stats To Get out of Debts

Think about this scenario: You get a chance to share a dinner meeting with Bill Gates and Warren Buffet. During the event, Bill proposes to pay your debt in full, only if you know how much you’re currently in Debt. To make it interesting, Warren joins the conversation and propose to double your Net Worth if you know your value. You only need to be within +/- 10% of your actual numbers.

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P Square – Taste the Money (Testimony) [Official Video]

P-Square drops yet another breathtaking visuals for their newest smash hit single “Taste the Money” (Testimony). The twin boys are really enjoying the pleasures of hard work. Shot in South Africa and directed by Jude Engees Okoye.
Download on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/ng/album/tas…
Curated by www.freemedigital.com

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Open Question: Social Media Rules

 Q: Is it OK for a married person to have their ex(es) as “Friends” on their Facebook page?

  1. Yes
  2. No
  3. Doesn’t matter

Apparently Facebook has been raking havoc on African marriages in the Diaspora (especially in Europe) because of too many men and women rekindling old flames in their current relationships. We’ve heard cases of divorces and even suicides in this subject.

Let Us Know here or on our Facebook or via Twitter @ADUNAGOW #FacebookDivorce

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African of the Week: Rhode Bath-Schéba MAKOUMBOU

Rhode Bath-Schéba MAKOUMBOURhode Bath-Schéba MAKOUMBOU , Painter / Sculptor

Born on August 29, 1976 in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo. As a child her father, painter David MAKOUMBOU, initiated her in the art of painting. She really engaged in art since 1989.

In her paintings and sculptures she emphasizes social activities of African women. Generally, she uses knifes to create her oil paintings.

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African Proverb of the Day – 2

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“If you are ugly you must either learn to dance or make love.” ~ Zimbabwe

This is a very good one. There is a true wisdom key hidden within these words; and it has nothing to do with dancing and making love. First of all, these two acts are mentioned because it captures the African high interests and natural skills. When it comes to dancing and making love, Africans stand out high – we are after all, the cradle of Humankind.

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Miss Cameroon USA 2014

NORA NDEMAZIA CROWNED MISS CAMEROON USA 2014

Photos courtesy of Miss Cameroon USA – Lady Kate (SELMO PHOTOS)

April 5, 2014 – 23 Yrs Old Nora Ndemazia was crowned Miss Cameroon USA on April 5 2015 at the Hampton Conference Center with hundreds of Cameroonians and Friends of Cameroon witnessing the spectacular event.  Nora Ndemazia is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Richard and Helen Fualefock.  She grew up in Buea, South West Province and is a graduate of Seat of Wisdom College in the South West of Cameroon where she graduated in 2009.  She moved to the United States of America for further Education and settled in New York where she is a full time Law Student at City University New York (CUNY).   Continue reading

5 Smart Ways to Spend Your Tax Refund Money

How to spend your Tax Money

IF YOU’RE EXPECTING a tax refund this year, you need a good plan for your money. Always remember that the government isn’t sending you a bonus check – it’s money that should have been yours all along. In fact if you’re receiving a huge refund, you’re probably having too much withheld. Be sure to revisit your W-4 form and adjust your federal income tax withholding allowances.
Getting a refund check somtimes feel like winning the lotterry – a very small loterry. Just like lottery winners, it’s easy to get caught up on all the things you will want to have right away, and before you know it, you’ve already spent more than your expected refund – in your mind. Don’t get caught treating your refund check any differently than you’d treat your weekly or monthly paycheck.
Give the money a purpose. By the way, don’t just let it sit in your checking account because before you know it, it will all be gone through your routine expenses such as entertainment, bills, shopping, and much more. Before you know it, you’ll have nothing to show for the refund. Continue reading

Hakeem Kae Kazim

African of The Week: Hakeem Kae Kazim

Photos credits: Blinkit Photography – Mike & Stephanie Gines
Stylist and Wardrobe by Manny J Styles at The Gents Closet

STARZ has only just aired the first episode of Black Sails and it is already been getting rave reviews.  The Hollywood Report claims, “Black Sails has a cast of solid actors and is it’s little own treasure”.  Hakeem Kae-Kazim stars as Mr Scott in this exciting series, which second series has already been commissioned.

Hakeem Kae-Kazim rose to fame in the Oscar Nominated film Hotel Rwanda playing George Rutugunda.  This talented actor has an impressive list of credits and grew a huge fan base when he played the villain Colonel Dubaku in Fox’s series 24.  He went on to play in many of Hollywood’s prime time TV shows and Blockbusters including X-Men: Wolverine and Pirates of the Caribbean.  Now he is to star in STARZ much awaited new series, Michael Bay’s original Black Sails. Continue reading

Open Question: Bad News Publications

Fans Question of the Week: “Why don’t you publish News such as ongoing religious and civil wars in Africa?”

 AM Editorial: We believe there are enough bad news published already over the internet about Africa and Africans. Our Editorial team believes in sharing more positive activities to enrich our readers with Good and positive attitude.”

“For every bad news published, we should have Ten good news posted. We are in the business of feeding readers with good and positive thoughts, not eroded and corrupted ones.” – Eric Adunagow

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Happy International Women’s Day

WOMEN-DAY

ADUNAGOW Magazine celebrates all women around the globe today as part of the 2014 International Women’s Day.

International Women’s Day (8 March) is a global day celebrating the economic, political and social achievements of women past, present and future. In some places like China, Russia, Vietnam and Bulgaria, International Women’s Day is a national holiday.

For more information on Women’s day, visit the International Women’s Day website.