Sunday, December 16, 2012

Abayomi Azikiwe, PANW Editor, Hosts Pan-African Journal Worldwide Radio Broadcast for December 15, 2012

Pan-African Journal Worldwide Radio Broadcast for December 15, 2012

For Immediate Release
Media Advisory

To listen to the latest edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire, just click on
the URL below:

This week's Pan-African Journal, an audio news magazine, was broadcast originally on Saturday, December 15, 2012. The two hour program featured commentary, reports from the Pan-African News Wire, an electronic press agency edited by Abayomi Azikiwe, the host of the Pan-African Journal, as well as a featured story on the struggle against right-to-work in Michigan.

The program was broadcast from the studios of the Pan-African Journal in Detroit.

Reports from the Pan-African News Wire included the Egyptian national elections for a draft constitution. Egyptians lined up outside polling stations to participate in the national referendum on the draft constitution.

The voting took place amid an escalating polarized political atmosphere inside the country between those who oppose and support the Freedom & Justice Party (FJP) government of President Mohamed Morsi.

Another story consisted of the efforts by the African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) to bring about the adoption of a policy of nationalization of industry and land inside the Republic of South Africa. The emphasis is being stressed on the eve of the national elective conference of the ANC at Manguang starting December 16.

In addition the health status of Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela President Hugo Chavez was discussed in light of his recent surgery in the revolutionary Caribbean island-nation of Cuba. President Chavez asked after surgery "How are my people doing?"

Syria still faces worsening threats by the United States, the European Union (EU), NATO and its allies in the Middle East. Patriot missiles are being placed on the border inside Turkey and 400 Pentagon troops will be deployed by the Obama administration.

Finally, the struggle against right-to-work is highlighted through the coverage of the Pan-African News Wire in Lansing just this last past week.

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