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Adupe lopolopo to all our loyal readers and visitors to this site and to all who arrived here for the first time in 2014. Thank you for visiting, reading and in some instances taking time to make comments on our articles.
As you would note we have attempted to bring our public current reports on ongoing issues as it affects Africans globally, particularly those issues and matters relating to African sacred science, African theology and practice.
I must admit we have not been able to accomplish this high task we set ourselves.
W e are hoping that this year we shall be able to have more financial resources available to us to promote the quality of articles that we expect of ourselves.
Currently we are lacking a full staff with the professional qualifications that would be required to maintain this site.
There are several options available to us and we are considering them.
Some of the advivce is currently beyond our capacity to implement.
We pray that our loyal readers who have ideas, skills, media resources and funds that can make this site more dynamic would reach out to us in our efforts to maintain a site and voice that we honestly believe is of critical importance to the airing and presentations of views and opinions of the African sacred science community on matters that impact upon our growth and development.
Pleas take time to leave your comments and suggestions and to partner with us through this process to upgrade the quality of presentations to our public.
Thanking you in advance for your further support, loyalty and committment.