ANNOUNCEMENT

Worship with us @ Mountain of Fire Miracles Ministries, Budapest, Hungary Address: 1081 Bp II János Pál Pápa tér 2 (formerly Köztársaság tér) Direction: From Blaha, take tram 28, 28A, 37, 37A, 62...1 stop. From the traffic light cross to the other side... Or take Metro 4 & get off @ János Pál Pápa tér
Time of worship: Wednesdays @ 18:30 hr Sundays @ 10:30 hr
Tel: +36 203819155 or +36 202016005

God bless


People, we meet, pick of week

BUDAPEST THE WORLD 3RD MOST "HONEST CITY"

BUDAPEST THE WORLD 3RD MOST "HONEST CITY"
Based on a recent social experiment by Reader’s Digest, where wallets were dropped in 16 cities around the world and then it was counted how many were given back, Budapest won the bronze medal. Reporters from the magazine dropped the wallets containing the equivalent of $50 in cash, a cell phone number, coupons, business cards and a family photo in public places from Bucharest to Rio de Janeiro, and waited to see how people would react... The survey showed that whether the place was "rich or poor" that had no effect on people’s honesty. Mumbai in India came as second by returning 9 out of the 12 wallets, while in the wealthy Zurich only 4 were returned. The golden medal went to Helsinki with 11 returned wallets, third place was actually a tie between Budapest and New York, where 8 wallets found their way 'safely home'. In Hungary, "Seventeen-year-old Regina Györfi called the cellphone number included in one of our wallets immediately after finding it a shopping mall. However, a woman in her early sixties opened the wallet, and then entered a nearby building. We never heard from her," wrote Readers Digest.

GOLF: YOUNG GENERATION TEAM

GOLF: YOUNG GENERATION TEAM
Under 14-year-old has won this year's Hungarian Golf Federation Talent Hunting Camp which took place @ Balatonederics near Lake Balaton

OCIETY & EDUCATION

SOCIETY & EDUCATION
"No knowledge is wasted," so the saying goes. Our brothers sustain this wise saying by completing a course in computer study @ McDaniel's College in Budapest. Even though most of them had already completed their degree in different fields, nonetheless they humble themselves to add another knowledge. The bible says I look with favour on those who humble themselves. Hence ANH congratulates our brothers: Ekale, Boniface, James, David, Festus & Abdullahi for updating their knowledge in what matters. We @ ANH say the sky is your limit

ANH PERSON OF THE SEASON

ANH PERSON OF THE SEASON
The Prophet

PERSON OF THE MONTH

PERSON OF THE MONTH 
Just laugh it off!

ANH LADY OF THE MONTH

ANH LADY OF THE MONTH
BettinaYawa Evelia Abiwu is the first Miss Afro Hungary...ANH wishes her the best in all her endeavours

 

ANH LADY OF THE MONTH

ANH LADY OF THE MONTH
Okonofua Titilayo is our choice of the month...She is an aspiring model who wants to succeed in the field...ANH wishes her the best.

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY
ANH captures this moment during the Nigeria's 52nd anniversary held in Budapest with a visit to two social institutions: elderly Home & Children's Home. click on photo to read more

We Meet (click on pics to view)

We Meet (click on pics to view)
The trio of Beatrice (vocal), Remi (talking drum) & Larry entertaining children at the Children's Home in Budapest. Orgnised by the Nigeria embassy in Budapest, it's to mark the 52nd anniversary of the most populous country in Africa

Pick of the Week

Pick of the Week
What a dance! Our camera captures this moment when a Nigerian diplomat.twists with the Hungarian elderly in a charity event...click on photo to view

 

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY
Zimbabwean jazz artist Dudu Manhenga...Dynamic Dudu Manhenga raises the standard every time she releases an album. Her fourth offering, entitled Ngangiwe (I have been embraced) is a refreshing Afrocentric work with elements of blues and soul. click on photo to read more

 

 

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY
Picture taken @ Enugu State Day Rome Italy.... click on photo to read more

We Meet (click on pics to view)

We Meet (click on pics to view)
This is the first Brazilian acting teacher in Hungary

Pick of the Week

Pick of the Week
KING OF BOYS, the late Majekodunmi who lived @ Oke-Bola, Ibadan Oyo State of Nigeria....click on photo to view

 

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY
Remember this man? Those were the days...He is now a king..Hum, if we all know our destiny, we would not be running helter-skelter....Join us in wishing him a successful reign... click on photo to read more

We Meet (click on pics to view)

We Meet (click on pics to view)
Just laugh it off without any prejudice...See how the government looks like & see how people look like...Now, do you want to be a government or the people...The choice is yours & the sky is your limit....But wait a minute, does power belong to the people? Send us your thought...

Pick of the Week

Pick of the Week
Chief Tinubu is a known opposition politician in Nigeria...We choose this picture as PICK OF THE WEEK not because of politics, but because of the attaire he's wearing....click on photo to view

 

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY
Women farmers, over half the world's agriculture workforce, face crippling legal and traditional restrictions. The first Global Conference on Women in Agriculture underway in India seeks to address this prejudice. click on photo to read more

We Meet (click on pics to view)

We Meet (click on pics to view)
True talk

Pick of the Week

Pick of the Week
Monkey Wed Perfect....click on photo to view

 

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY
She needs no introduction...Her name is Alex Wex born in South Sudan in 1977 before moving to Britain then America. She is 5ft 11 inches. She is the 1st African model to appear on the cover of Elle...she was named Model of the Year in 1997 by MTV...There's something unusually gorgeous about this beauty...ANH wishes her a continous success click on photo to read more

We Meet (click on pics to view)

We Meet (click on pics to view)
We at ANH do not want to judge...So we pass the buck of judgement to our readers...We are told she's a model

Pick of the Week

Pick of the Week
Man shall carry fish biggeri than himselfn Sudan..click on photo to view

 

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY
Daniel Etawo in a modelling mood displaying the quality of the industry click on photo to read more

We Meet (click on pics to view)

We Meet (click on pics to view)
One of the well known Nollywood actress, Mercy Johnson, posing extra-ordinary here

Pick of the Week

Pick of the Week
Former president of Nigeria, Olusegun Obasanjo in action here...your guess is as gsood as ours..click on photo to view

 

 

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY
Can you guess who this man is? The answer is as laughter as it comes...We have already given you the clue...Just make your guess click on photo to read more

We Meet (click on pics to view)

We Meet (click on pics to view)
Don't joke with African attire as captired here

Pick of the Week

Pick of the Week
Patrick Obahiagbon, Nigerian former senator who likes speaking big big big grammar & as the photos shows likes spetacular dressing.as well..click on photo to view

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY
Fabulous foursome! (Left to right) Tolu, Toks, Temi and Tobi have walked away with degrees and City jobs. click on photo to read more

We Meet (click on pics to view)

We Meet (click on pics to view)
Nicolisa is a student & model. She comes from Angola. ANH wishes her a stupendous career in Hungary & the world in general

Pick of the Week

Pick of the Week
Yaya Toure, 2011 African Best Footballer, plays for Manchester City Foottball Club ..click on photo to view

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY
Children enjoying themselves at the recent Tanzanian 50th Independence Day in Budapest . click on photo to read more

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY
PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY
Mr. Eze performing the breaking of kola-nut during the Igbo Union 2nd anniversary in Budapest.. click on photo to read more

 We Meet (click on pics to view)

We Meet (click on pics to view)
Rosana Mariano, the hottest Brazillian dancer in town. She says she is committed to promoting Brazillian culture in Hungary

Pick of the Week

Pick of the Week
The world shortest & tallest. Na so life be. Nobi so?click on photo to view

 

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY
AFRIKÁI BUFÉ & BÁR: Are you hungry? you want to taste African food like Gari, efo, osiki ogbono, goat meat and so on? You can quench your hunger & thirst at Bacsó Béla u. 26-28 (not far from Blaha Lujzer tér Click on pics to read more

We Meet (click on pics to view)

We Meet (click on pics to view)
MEET ANITA GLORIA FRANK, the oldest Brazillian in Hungary. Ms Frank came to Hungary when she is only 15. ANH wishes her more time & enjoyment in this wonderful danube area

Pick of the Week

Pick of the Week
His name is Tunde Komolafe alias Osubu. Isn't the picture says it all? We reserve our comment for now... click on photo to view

 

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY
The Chief Stuff. Our camera captures Felix Omoregbee @ a function in Budapest. Mr. Omoregbee is one of the pioneers of the African Food Shop in Hungary; He is also the current Nigerian Union Hungary president, an association many Nigerians have labelled as existing only on paper. But whose fault is that? Click on pics to read more

We Meet (click on pics to view)

We Meet (click on pics to view)
Fashion Faces & Shoe Statement. Captured at a recent event in Budapest

Pick of the Week

Pick of the Week
Abdul Rasaheed & family. click on photo to view

 

 

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY
Obituary/Tribute: Mr. Joseph Olu Taiwo known as Jo Taiwo has passed on. Click on pics to read more

We Meet (click on pics to view)

We Meet (click on pics to view)
Are you hungry? you want to taste African food like Gari, efo, osiki ogbono, goat meat and so on? You can quench your hunger & thirst at Bacsó Béla u. 26-28 (not far from Blaha Lujzer tér

Pick of the Week

Pick of the Week
click on photo to view

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY
The young shall grow...this wonderful boy is immitating & preparing to answer the call of God as he innocently mounted the stage to sing & preach the words of God. May God in His highest authority make our children the head & not the tail.

We Meet (click on pics to view)

We Meet (click on pics to view)
Africans in Paris can be seen managing every aspect of that country's economic development. ANH captured this particular picture of a Camerounian as the supervisor of a big hotel in the heart of Paris

Pick of the Week

Pick of the Week
Any comment? click on photo to view



PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY
PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY
Whatever is done to the best of ability can be considered as an art. Fill your stomach with home-made meatpie, chin-chin, poof-poof & so on. order now: +36 705409691 or +36 20 2016005 (click on pics to view)

We Meet

We Meet (click on pics to view)
AHN cornered DJ Bishop @ a birthday bash organised by Afrilink Exotic Mini-Shop director for his son's 3rd birthday. DJ Bishop who spins the wheel @ Savanah every Saturday said that he represents Nigeria & Africa as a whole. He said that he always wants his African people to feel @ home in Budapest, hence the need to attract their emotions. Although he confinded that "moneywise" it isn't good, the need to bring Africa to Europe is much more important for this University of Benin graduate who says "Music is my dream & my dream is music. I'm the boss when on the turntable". ANH wishes him more success.

Pick of the Week

Pick of the Week
Any comment? click on photo to view

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY
African News Hungary recently visited Paris where this photo was snapped. It is amazing to see immigrants in every sector. Airport workers, police, cashiers, hotel supervisors and so on.

We Meet

We Meet
YES which means Young European Solidarity was voted the best acronym for the European Voluntary Humanitarian Aid Corps which took place recently @ the István Károlyi Conference Centre. ANH captured this solidarity pics @ the event. We are proud to continue to encourage our youths to take action

Pick of the Week

Pick of the Week
Chief (Mrs) Ranti Adetuberu was snapped in full Yoruba attire courtesy of the Sun

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY
African Melody Band contributing to the success of the World Refugee Day as they entertain the audience on June 20 @ the Bicske Camp

We Meet

We Meet
Dr. János Hóvári, Deputy State Secretary for Global Affairs, Hungarian Presidency of the EU. He talked to African News Hungary on the importance of the African continent in this era of globalisation

Pick of the Week

Pick of the Week
Lovely...aren't they? These cute kids are sending fashion as well as hope message during a fashion show in Budapest recently. ANH hopes our society gets the significant message this picture conveys

 PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY
A parody of a journey was beautifully displayed by the Odyssey Africana during the Africa Day Hungary celebration @ the historical Museum of Fine Arts. More success to this emerging group...

We Meet

We Meet
Introducing Boubou as he spared us a bit of his valuable time to pose for our camera in front of his place of work despite his busy shedule

Pick of the Week

Pick of the Week
When the hair talks, you listen..our camera caught this during a fashion parade @ Boscolo Hotel
 
Re-location
Re-location
This is to inform the general public that Dr. Hussain Umar is re-locating to Nigeria to represent Corvinus University as Liaison officer. The University will occupy the former Hungarian Embassy in Abuja. You can reach him on             +234 70 32140976   


PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY
PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY
Bettina (right) and Balint are using unique medium of information to reach a goal. It was a captured moment at a recent EU sports forum where ANH spoke to the duo about what they called TV Taxi OPINION TV

We Meet

We Meet
Sadiq works @ the Libyan Embassy

Pick of the Week

Pick of the Week
The integration & intercultural action is in her hair. ANH captures this moment during a multicultural get -together party in Budapest designed to promote better understanding

 PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY
Yoruba traditional attaire (Aso Oke) with drum culture during a special occasion

We Meet

We Meet
Our Brazillian brother is captured here doing one of his things @ the recent Alley fashion show in Budapest. Altamiro plays football, teaches Capoaer dance and also models for Adidas

Pick of the Week

Pick of the Week
Is this a state of art or state of car prison? Your guess may be as bad as ours...

 

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY
Judgment Day Almost Here!…Gina Stilley & Rich Fox are two of the six volunteers sent from California to Hungary by the Family Radio in order to proclaim the word of God…”Some listen to us, some laugh @ us,” says Ms Stilley. They are expected to stay for one week before departing to their base in the United State of America

We Meet

We Meet
The Shodehindes (Dorka & Gafar & their daughter) seen here posing for ANH camera. Gafar is a footballer & Dorka is a singing sensation, who distinguished herself during the X-factor competition recently. We @ African News Hungary wish this wonderful family a happy & prosperous life

Pick of the Week

Pick of the Week
Doing it in a traditional way. This elederly Camerounian poses for ANH camera at an International conference
 

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY
Abdalla Osman, African Football Stars' captain, recently graduated from BME Budapest. ANH welcomes him to the real world and also wishes him well in whatever his endeavour may be

We Meet

We Meet
The Queen of Toro Kingdom

Pick of the Week

Pick of the Week
More money, less value: A woman seen here carrying Zimbabwe's money all along. ANH is campaigning for the revolution of mind that would change Africa's sorrow for better living standard

We Meet

We Meet
Alice Ukoko is the president of WOA (Women of Africa), an NGO dedicated to the upliftment of African women. ANH captures her here talking passionately about the plight of African women including but not limited to women trafficking which she says diminishes African women dignity

Pick of the Week

Pick of the Week
Playing the rich man's game. Archie Bonka is perhaps telling us that all work and no play makes people dull

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY

PEOPLE, ARTS, CULTURE & SOCIETY
Hungarians listening to some of their compatriots' account of Congo which was organised by Mutombo France who passionately believes that Hungarians can lend a helping hand in the development of his home country. Mr. Mutombo is encouraging Hungarians to adopt Congo children, build schools and hospitals etc. It was also an appeal for volunteer humanitarian tourism to Congo which costs between 450 to 600, 000 HUF. The event took place at Alexandra Podium Nyugati tér 7 in down town Budapest
 

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Odd jobs stacked against EU immigrants

COLUMN: MY SMALLVOICE

COLUMN: MY SMALLVOICE
TV2's false report about Nigerians in Hungary

MY SMALL VOICE

MY SMALL VOICE
Remembering a true prophet, Bob Marley...click on photo to read

MY SMALL VOICE

MY SMALL VOICE
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Libya: The return of colonialist bondage.

Editor's Mail

Love the article on Gaddafi
We must rise above tribalism & divide & rule of the colonialist who stole & looted our treasure & planted their puppets to lord it over us..they alone can decide on whosoever is performing & the one that is corrupt..but the most corrupt nations are the western countries that plunder the resources of other nations & make them poorer & aid the rulers to steal & keep such ill gotten wealth in their country..yemen,syria etc have killed more than gadhafi but its not A̷̷̴ good investment for the west(this is laughable)because oil is not in these countries..when obasanjo annihilated the odi people in rivers state, they looked away because its in their favour & interest..one day! Samosa Iyoha

Hello from
Johannesburg
I was amazed to find a website for Africans in Hungary.
Looks like you have quite a community there. Here in SA we have some three million Zimbabweans living in exile and not much sign of going home ... but in Hungary??? Hope to meet you on one of my trips to Europe; was in Steirmark Austria near the Hungarian border earlier this month. Every good wish for 2011. Geoff in Jo'burg

I'm impressed by
ANH work but...
Interesting interview...
I think from what have been said, the Nigerian embassy here seem to be more concern about its nationals than we are for ourselves. Our complete disregard for the laws of Hungary isn't going to help Nigeria's image or going to promote what the Embassy is trying to showcase. So if the journalists could zoom-in more focus on Nigerians living, working and studying here in Hungary than scrutinizing the embassy and its every move, i think it would be of tremendous help to the embassy serving its nationals better and create more awareness about where we live . Taking the issues of illicit drugs and forged documents as typical examples.. there are so many cases of Nigerians been involved. But i am yet to read of it in e.news. So i think if only you and your journalists could write more about it and follow up on the stories i think it will make our nationals more aware of what to expect. I wouldn't say i am not impressed with your work but you need to be more of a two way street rather than a one way street . Keep up the good work... Sylvia

My comment to the interview with his excellency Mr. Adedotun Adenrele Adepoju CDA a.i--

He is an intelligent man. He spoke well on the issues! Thanks to Mr Hakeem Babalola for the interview it contains some expedient information.. B.Ayo Adams click to read editor's mail
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