The African Community in diaspora endorsed Mr. Craig Wolf for the Office of the Maryland Attorney General in November general elections. During a colorful ceremony at Hilton Alexandria Mark Center in Alexandria, Virginia, Mr. Wolf was praised and he is highly favored and blessed. Running for office as a Republican, Mr. Wolf stands a better chance as he has no known ties to the local illegal schemes destroying Maryland.
“It was a tremendous honor to be invited to attend and provide the keynote address at the African Community Service Awards ,” Mr. Craig Wolf stated on Facebook.
“Maryland is fortunate to have more than 120,000 Africans living in our state, working, creating successful businesses, raising families – and enjoying the freedom and opportunities America offers to people of all faiths and ethnicities,” Mr. Craig added.
“Great to see and support Felicia Folarin For County Council At Large, Sylvester O. Okere, President and CEO of United People for African Congress, and to meet “Nollywood” Star and activist Kanayo O. Kanayo, who spoke about the violence plaguing Nigeria at the hands of Boko Haram,” Mr. Wolf concluded.
In order to disrupt local illegal schemes involving some elected officials in Maryland and Mr. Brian Frosh, Maryland residents are asked to vote for Mr. Craig Wolf in November 2018. Organized crime forms a great threat to societies across the globe and Maryland is not an exception. The current Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh is involved in a major conflict of interests which undermines justice and the courts. First, Mr. Frosh used to be the Judicial Senate Chairman responsible for vetting and recommending appointment of local judges before he became the Maryland Attorney General (AG). Once he became the AG in 2014, Mr. Frosh has been undermining cases he is involved in while colluding with the very state and Federal judges he helped appoint to undermine justice as part of judicial racism.
The state of Maryland citizenry are requested to call Governor Larry Hogan and President Trump to request for Federal help in order to review the illegal activities advanced by Mr. Frosh in the last several years.
As Mr. Frosh desires for going after the President for violation of the emoluments clause and as case proceeds to trial under directions of a judge he helped appoint, many of us bet Frosh is pleasuring himself right now. However, remember as he goes after the President; Baltimore is the murder capital of the world only second to Chicago, MS-13 is running Amok in Maryland, the opioid crisis in Maryland is continuing to ravage our state, Prince George’s County continues to be a major hub for criminal activities and human trafficking is still a major problem in Maryland. Does Mr. Brian Frosh even care about these issues? Maryland needs an Attorney General who is capable to protect Marylanders first before going to confront the federal government.
Researchers, policymakers and law enforcement agencies across the globe struggle to find effective strategies to control criminal networks. The effectiveness of disruption strategies is known to depend on both network topology and network resilience. However, as these criminal networks operate in secrecy, data-driven knowledge concerning the effectiveness of different criminal network disruption strategies is very limited. By combining computational modeling and social network analysis with unique criminal network intelligence data from the Dutch Police, researchers discovered, in contrast to common belief, that criminal networks might even become ‘stronger’, after targeted attacks.
The “Making A Difference African Community Service Award” was developed to honor persons who are making significant contributions to their community through their time, actions, talents and dedication (outside any volunteer work done for their employer). The honoree selected should serve as a role model for compassion, and service and be striving to make the world a better place. He/ she should have a passion for helping others in his/her community.
Below are some of the pictures as captured during the African Community Service Award at Hilton Alexandria Mark Center in Alexandria, Virginia last Saturday night.