FBF- Inspirational Stories: “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” Nelson Mandela,

Meet Dr Tor Uja, the executive secretary of the Nigeria Christian Pilgrims Commission (NCPC) and his wife Berry, They couple have been married for over 35 year and have 5 beautiful daughters:Nguemo, Wanter, Nguter, Nguuma, and Ushakuma All of them are qualified lawyers. History Makers!

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Join us in wishing this Nigerian family HUGE congrats and God’s blessings. Well done Dr Tor Uja and his wife Berry and daughters. You are such an inspiration! 

We hope this story will change the views of all those who prefer male children to females…some men want male children to carry their name…. diverse people diverse culture. Whatever the reason All children are a gift of the LORD

This family is such an inspiration to the world especially the youth!

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Photo credit/source: Nigeria News/ Goutilcious/Jonah Ajigo of Bookmatrix Photography/Ncpc.gov.ng

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Wishing a very Happy Birthday to Naomi Campbell, the stunning and gorgeous supermodel is a year older today! Join African Celebs in wishing Naomi a wonderful birthday, God’s richest blessings on her birthday and every day.

Screen goddess Naomi Campbell was 15 years old. Naomi is one of the first black model to appear on the cover of  British Vogue, French Vogue, TIME magazine and Russian Vogue. she has since then been graced on over 500 of all the top brand designer magazine covers…


Apart from modelling Naomi has also appeared TV Shows and music videos…one of our favourite is Michael Jackson Liberian Girl, see clip below
Naomi is one of the celebrities who gives back to the community in the form of charity. In 1993, Naomi began her charity work with the late Nelson Mandela. Madiba was so please with her selfless work that in 1997 he honored her with “Honorary Granddaughter”
In 2013, Naomi has also lunched  a TV series “The Face” here in the UK… 

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Winnie Madikizela-Mandela South African anti-apartheid campaigner and former wife of Madiba Nelson Mandela has died at the age of 81. 


Winnie Mandela was married to the late Nelson Mandela for almost 40 years and we divorced in 1990. They were blessed with 2 children…




‘When an old man dies a library burns to the ground’ African proverb (Amadou Hampâté Bâ) En Afrique, quand un vieillard meurt, c’est une bibliothèque qui brûle. 

This Day In History:  December 5, 2013  Nelson Mandela‬,  South Africa’s first black president died at the age of  95. ‘When an old man dies a library burns to the ground’ Nelson-mandela


More about Nelson Mandela  What a legend! His spirit still lives on!  (18 July 1918 – 5 December 2013)

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Idris Elba Idris Elba was born an only child and grew up in London. His father, Winston, is from Sierra Leone and mother, Eve, is from Ghana.

Idris Elba’s credits includes: Portrayal of drug lord and aspiring businessman Russell “Stringer” Bell in the HBO series The Wire, Detective John Luther in the BBC One series Luther, and Nelson Mandela in the biographical film Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom. American…

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Sandile KubhekaTBT: Meet Dr. Sandile Kubheka, South Africa’s youngest doctor. The young achiever has created a buzz around news channels and social media. He started school at age 5, he was promoted to Grade 7 after only three months of Grade 6. He matriculated at a tender age of 15, Sandile then went on to pursue a bachelors degree in Medicine and Surgery (MBChB) at the#University of KwaZulu Natal Nelson Mandela School of Medicine and later on graduating with flying colours at age 20. ”I am fulfilling my purpose. God planned my life so that I was able to get to work at such a young age.” Dr. Sandile Kubheka.
Watch Dr. Sandile Kubheka’s story below.
What an inspiration!

Nelson Mandela, leader of the movement to end South African apartheid was released from prison after 27 years on February 11, 1990.

For to be free is not merely to cast off one’s chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others.” – Nelson Mandela



In 1944, Mandela, a lawyer, joined the African National Congress (ANC), the oldest black political organization in South Africa, where he became a leader of Johannesburg’s youth wing of the ANC. In 1952, he became deputy national president of the ANC, advocating nonviolent resistance to apartheid–South Africa’s institutionalized system of white supremacy and racial segregation….

Nelson Mandela personifies struggle. He lead the fight against apartheid with extraordinary vigour and resilience after spending nearly three decades of his life behind bars. He sacrificed his private life and his youth for his people, and remains South Africa’s best known and loved hero.

Mandela held numerous positions in the ANC: ANCYL secretary (1948); ANCYL president (1950); ANC Transvaal president (1952); deputy national president (1952) and ANC president (1991).

Mandela matriculated at Healdtown Methodist Boarding School and then started a BA degree at Fort Hare. As an SRC member he participated in a student strike and was expelled, along with the late Oliver Tambo, in 1940. He completed his degree by correspondence from Johannesburg, did articles of clerkship and enrolled for an LLB at the University of the Witwatersrand…

In 1962 Mandela left the country for military training in Algeria and to arrange training for other MK members. On his return he was arrested for leaving the country illegally and for incitement to strike. He conducted his own defence. He was convicted and jailed for five years in November 1962. While serving his sentence, he was charged, in the Rivonia trial, with sabotage and sentenced to life imprisonment.

In prison Mandela never compromised his political principles and was always a source of strength for the other prisoners.

He was inaugurated as the first democratically elected State President of South Africa on 10 May 1994 – June 1999

Nelson Mandela retired from Public life in June 1999. He died on 5 December 2013 at his home in Houghton,

Source: South African News/Nelson Mandela/Education Ghana


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Congrats Caster Semenya!  South African Caster Semenya has won the Olympic 800m final in 1min 55.28sec. Well done Semenya!

We’re so proud of Semenya for staying focus despite all the attacks and also the ongoing IAAF investigations. Her main inspiration is from what the late Nelson Mandela told her some time back  ‘sport is meant to make people feel unite people’ and this is exactly what she is trying to do.

She also draws encouragement from her fans and all the people who support her.

‘I think I have made a difference, I have meant a lot to my people. I have done well. They are proud of me. And that was the main focus. I was doing it for my people, the people who support me.’ Caster Semenya

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Today is International Day of the Girl Child.  ”Education is the great engine of personal development. It is through education that the daughter of a peasant can become a doctor…”  Nelson Mandela

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International Day of the Girl Child day was inspired by the ‘Because I Am a Girl campaign’.  The main aim of the  campaign to address the issue of gender discrimination and promote rights of girls across the world to education…

“On this International Day of the Girl Child, I call on all governments to take action to end all forms of violence against girls in all parts of the world. Together, we must create a world where violence against women and girls is never tolerated and girls are always empowered to reach their full potential. “Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon

Did you know? …  over 62 million girls worldwide are not in school? How can we change that?…..