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

Saturday, 17 March 2012


 There was a country

The defining experience of Chinua Achebe’s life was the Nigerian civil war, also known as the Biafran War, of 1967–1970. The conflict was infamous for its savage impact on the Biafran people, Chinua Achebe’s people, many of whom were starved to death after the Nigerian government blockaded their borders.


Who comes first in your marriage?
By Latoya Irving

In marriage there is a certain order in the household. God is first, then spouse, then kids. A lot of people have a problem with that order. Some want to put their spouse before God, some want the kids before the spouse, some want God only when He is needed. Let’s take a look at how the home should be.


I married two wives to avoid cheating
By Kizito Musoke

A Ugandan member of parliament, Ronald Kibuule, married two women - Esther and Fortune in an attempt to avoid infidelity. The 27-year-old-minister his wives speak in this interview.

Thursday, 15 March 2012


An Ethiopian American entrepreneurial success 
By Susan E.Majek

It is widely believed that the "American dream" is easily attainable by anyone in the US. However, successful African immigrants who are usually known for not having good financial support systems, excellent financial literacy skills, access to capital, legacy name recognition, and exclusive mentorship opportunities that are easily available to non-minorities can attest to the fact that achieving their American dream wasn't easy.
In the Washington, DC area, Ethiopians are especially known for being entrepreneurs, especially in the restaurant, parking and security industries. One man who is ahead of the pack and stands out as a leader and employer to many is Ethiopian born DC Parking lot Czar, Henok Tesfaye

Hungary: Matters arising

Zoltán Kovács,
Freedom of speech, “alive and kicking in Hungary” | euronews, i talk
click to watch and, or read the interview

Wednesday, 14 March 2012


Human trafficker convicted after Anti-Voodoo move
By Hélène Michaud

"Never, never, never!" I can't forget her cry of fear before she left the Dutch courtroom. That was back in 2009. Josephine had just testified against Solomon, the fellow Nigerian she said took her to Italy where she was forced into street prostitution.


The collision of Africa’s inhibitive values & international ideals
By Kofi Akosah-Sarpong

As Africa flowers and its traditional values play out naturally with international ideals, the ensuing schisms are helping to refine some toxic African values that have been entangling Africans’ wellbeing. The conviction for life in London, UK of Eric Bikubi and Magalie Bamu of murdering Bamu's 15-year-old brother Kristy, accused of using witchcraft to cause their existential predicaments, reveals how Africa’s inhibitive rites are crossing international borders and how the international community is responding. 


This stupid thing called kissing (I)
By Paul Y. Harry

Members of the Animal Kingdom, especially the creatures called human beings of the class Mammalia, are strange animals and, because of that, they enjoy inventing and engaging in all kinds of crazy, funny and stupid things.


Princewill institutes N26 Million fund, nominates woman leader

International Women’s Day has been observed for more than a century now as a day to honour the achievements of women globally. First celebrated in 1911 in four European countries, it took a worldwide stage when in 1975 the United Nations made 8th March the official date to commemorate the day. 

Tuesday, 13 March 2012


PA exhumes chapter over Kalu’s political relevance
By Odimegwu Onwumere

Nigerians are beginning to see that Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu was one governor who saw rule as might, not might as rule. This is captured in an unreserved apology (Friday March 09, 2012) by the National Chairman of the Progressive Peoples Alliance (PPA), Chief Sam Nkire, as was reported in many of our dailies. “PPA chairman begs Kalu not to quit party, politics” was how many of the newspapers captioned the unbiased apology. Nkire said that it would be a big loss to PPA, which he, Kalu raised to reckoning, if the latter continues to stay aloof from active politics.

Monday, 12 March 2012


UK doors closing for African nurses 
Frazer Potani

Malawian and African nurses planning to emigrate to the United Kingdom (UK) to secure jobs with better working conditions than in their countries risk being discriminated and failing to secure employment. According to a recent research, there has been a sharp decline in the number of nurses from poor developing countries including Malawi and Africa migrating to the UK widely attributed to UK Immigration, tougher immigration controls on overseas nurses.


How governments allow farmers to be pushed off their land

London — There is rarely anything illegal about African governments selling off large chunks of land to local or international investors. Frankly, investors wouldn't get involved if domestic and international laws did not protect their acquisitions. This does not mean that these laws are necessarily just.


Mistakes husbands make in bed
By Eudora Ndubisi

Just as men sometimes tell their buddies the gory details of their sex lives, some women make their relationships the focal point of their conversations with their closest friends. Comparing notes? Maybe. This article and segment became necessary because us women are starting to complain, giving up more detailed intimate deficiencies on the part of their husbands in women forums. 




Odd jobs stacked against EU immigrants


TV2's false report about Nigerians in Hungary


Remembering a true prophet, Bob on photo to read


Subsidising fraud & lies & on photo to read


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 & day! Samosa Iyoha

Hello from
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 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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