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Sunday, June 10th, 2018
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Silent Walk For Our Children

4:30 p.m. Sharp

We are meeting at the 47th Precinct

(4111 Laconia Ave, Bronx, NY 10466)

and walking to the Albert Tuitt Campus

(921 E 228th St, Bronx, NY 10466)

Town Hall


“The Prevention & Awareness Of Mass


Albert Tuitt Campus

921 E 228th St,

Bronx, NY 10466

Thursday, June 14, 2018

5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Dinner will be served

To RSVP or for further Information contact:

Ms. Johnnie Goff: 917.797.1771

Senator Jamaal T. Bailey Office: 718.547.8854 or

“The Prevention & Awareness Of Mass Shootings”

In District 11 Local Schools

On Thursday, June 14, 2018

From 4:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Presented by CEPBA (President Dr. Johnnie Goff), N.Y.S. Senator Jamaal T. Bailey (36TH) & The Superintendent of District 11.

A Silent Walk For Our Children

A Town hall meeting on safety and active shooter preparedness in our Public Schools. The people will walk from the 47th Precinct to the Albert Tuitt Campus located @ 921 E 228th St, Bronx, NY 10466, at 4:30pm Sharp.

Discussion/Training Topics:

• NYC Conference Risk and Safety Training

• NYPD Counterterrorism Training

• Safety officers with / without armed weapons

• School Procedures: Lock down, fire drills, exit doors, scanners etc.

• Home planning in case of a fire or emergency

A silent walk from the 47th Precinct to Albert Tuitt Campus led by the Rev. Dr. Pickney Pastor of Butler Memorial Church, Rev. Dr. Calvin Kendrick, Bishop Angelo M. Rosario, Rev. Dr. Thompson, Bishop Michelle White, Rev. Goodman, Rev. Dr. Owen, Rev. Rabbi Dr. Elijah Thompson and others…

Churches that will be participating include:

Emmanuel 7th Day, Beulah church of God Day, Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church, Crawford Memorial Methodist Church, Holy Rosary Immaculate Church, Trinity Baptist Church, Light House Baptist, Butler Memorial Church, Greater Faith Church, North Bronx 7th Day Adventist Church and others….


Sponsored By:

JADE, Trinity Parent Association, CEPBA, Senator Jamaal T. Bailey, AGOBE, Royal Coach Diner, Nissan Car Dealer, Superintendent, Pink Shoe, Hugh Campbell, The Eastwood Manor, RAIN, Lady Pamela, Ridgewood Bank.


Ryan Ngala’s Poems™ | STN® Poetry™ & Ryan Ngala’s Poems™ Entertainment is set to announce to release a Poem Performance video titled “I Am Martin (Who Am I?)”, that characterizes the life and times of a Civil Rights Leader performed at one of the New York Public Libraries At Countee Cullen, as it just released a trailer yesterday on Ryan Ngala’s Poems™’s YouTube channel At Http://

In the trailer it shows a picture of Ryan and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. In a trailer tease clip as Ryan performs in the Library auditorium as an event was being hosted by The Harlem Neighborhood Writers for the Second Annual Reading Series “Taste Our Passion for Words” event in the month of September 16, 2017.

The Poem Video Performance Will Be Uploaded On Sunday, January 14, 2018, The Eve Of Martin Luther King Jr. Day Holiday, On &

The New York City Subway Terror Explosion:

The Ones Who Are Effected

By Ryan Ngala

Midtown, Manhattan (WSTN) – The transit commuters were having a hectic day during a subway explosion that injured many people at Times Square between 7th and 8th Avenues in connection with the transit hub connected to the Port Authority Bus Terminal as trains are still bypassing that is still in effect for the subway lines of (A) (C) (E) (1) (2) (3) and (7), calling this as a terror attack in New York City history.

This has been the second time and several many months, New York City the scene of a terror attack, but this time the target commuters in the nation’s busiest subway system, but New Yorkers nowadays are seem to be used to it, that bomb went off in the subway walkway in 8th Avenue’s Port Authority Bus Terminal as it was strapped to a terror suspect.

Many people suffered minor injuries bringing it to a total of five, while the man is still in police custody for planning a pipe bomb underneath the underground subway transit system as it detonated at about 7:20 a.m. in the passageway Monday morning between subway lines that runs a full city block under 42nd Street between seventh and eighth avenues.

The suspect who planned the attack was twenty seventh year old Ahkayed Ullah

who attached himself with the bomb and has suffered minor injuries and was later taken into the hospital, a former livery driver from Bangladesh who lives in Brooklyn, is in critical condition at Bellevue Hospital tonight, many people where hurt in this blast, as chaos erupted underground subway service is restored through Times Square and Port Authority now backup and running as the passageway is still an active crime scene and remains closed.

From the suspect, to the investigation to your commute route,

what do we know as confirmed sources tells STN New York and STN News that he was a student, and we don’t know what kind of a livery cab driver he was either, as he had that job but he isn’t the type that will make a pipe bomb maker, the pipe bomb that he confessed to the police today as he was building, carrying, and detonating here at the Port Authority causes no life threatening injuries but police said it was not for a lack of crime.

Anti Terror police scrambled to the Port Authority Bus Terminal this morning a muscular show of force and deathness as K-9 units sweep nearby buildings just to make sure that the threat was over, after a man detonated a pipe bomb underground,

“I just heard a big sound like there was smoke coming from the station, I came out of there” – Said Christina Bathea as a eyewitness to the scene,

James Ramirez eyewitness the scene as it hear what happened he said,

“The door was open up as people planned to start rushing out the police was all behind them as they say ‘Everybody out of the building, Everybody out of the building’ so I just got to the other side of the building and got out away from the scene on 8th Ave as fast as I could got away from the crowded people as fast as I could, I didn’t know what else was going to happen”.

According to the Port Authority CCTV footage, Police said 27 year old Ahkayed Ullah was walking the tunnel that connects 7th avenue and 8th avenue alongside 42nd street when he detonated a homemade bomb that he built,

“This male was wearing a improvised low tech explosive device, that was attached to his body, he intentionally detonated that device“ – said NYC Police Commissioner James O’ Neill,

“The device is based on a pipe bomb, it was a fixture with a combination of velcro and zip ties“ said NYPD Deputy Commissioner John Miller,

But the bomb it self didn’t start off very well as it seriously injured the man who police said built it, carried it and detonated it to 27 year old Ahkayed Ullah, the other four now total up to five others sustained minor injuries, but luckily no one was killed, but sources said he told police he was a supporter of ISIS and was radicalized watching videos produced by the group online.

“We are the statue of liberty, in our harbor and that makes us an international target“ – said Democrat Gov. Andrew Cuomo,

“We have prevented a significant number of plots, a significant number of attacks, but this is a fact of life for whether if you are in New York or London or Paris, the question is Will it happened here? And the answer is and will be it can happened anywhere” – John Miller added.

The police said Ullah is the ultimate lone wolf, They said he talked about his plans with nobody at all, he went online, first watch videos and then follow instructions on how to make a pipe bomb unfortunately for commuters here today he wasn’t very good at it.

The mayor also made a statement in the Subway Station Terror Attack

stating “The terrorists will not win. We are going to keep being New Yorkers”.

The Second Avenue Subway: E 96th, 86th & 72nd Street Stations Resume On New Years Day Grand Opening
By Ryan Ngala

Digital Reporter, STN New York
[Upper East Side, New York] Finally The Wait Is Over, As The Highly Anticipated Second Avenue Subway Will Open On 3 New Stations, Many People Doubt That It Will Never Happen, But As Many People Except To One Day Come True, But In Reality I Will Believe It When I See It Come To Pass, As The Stations Will Resume To Be Opening At Noon. 
After Years Of Building In The Underground Railroad On The Upper East Side Of Second Avenue, Train Workers and Construction workers have worked their way around the clock, as they build the ultimate subway station that will one day run on the New York City Transit System in twenty seventeen of the month in January. 
The First Phase Of The Project Completes The Final Steps Of Building The East 96th Street, 86th Street And 72nd Street Stations with an all new Glass Design Featuring Not Only Escalators But Also Subway Elevators For Each Individual Subway Station, As The New York City Police And The State Of New York Officers Are Beefing And Tighten Up Station Entrance For The Opening Of The New Three Stations 72nd, 86th & 96th Street Lines. 
It’s the largest expansion in the system in 50 years, expanding more than thirty blocks and costing roughly $4.6 Billion Dollars, that had been rejected so many times over the years, It has first been proposed in 1920, then it has been delayed in the 1930’s, 1940’s & 1970’s that the skepticism are remained high long after the second ave subway project construction restarted In 2007. 
The MTA Announces The Introduction Of The New Second Avenue Subway, Starting With The Q Line Service Beginning At The 96th Street Subway Station as New Yorkers and tourists gets excited to be into the subway station to get a front row seat, On Monday, January 9th, 2017 late night service will begin from 10PM through 6AM, shortly going from between Coney Island – 57th Street – 7 Avenue uptown to downtown on second avenue, and for the early morning rush at 6AM – 10PM service from 96th Street – 2 Avenue. 
As I walk up my way to 63rd Street & 2nd Avenue I saw the glass design as it came about very much perfect and ready to go as the billboard calling the Q Line Service quote “Second Avenue Subway: Upper East Side to Coney Island A one-seat ride” end quote and showing it on the subway map as an example of where the Q line would travel to and from as it reach to it’s destination. 
Many businesses from second avenue would have there hands full with customers, as for many who get off from the second avenue subway station, from not only restaurants but also in supermarkets too as for many who will be posting it on Social Media as they follow the Second Avenue Subway Social Media Page On, Using the hashtag #SecondAvenueSubway, #FirstRide & #MyRide, this will become the greatest second avenue subway station, not only for New York City but also in New York State.  
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Nothing Tastes so much better than a all you can eat Buffett.

@BreakingNews: 7 Dead After Fiery Crash Between
Metro-North Train And SUV In Valhalla – at Valhalla

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Ryan Ngala’s Poems™ | STN® Poetry™

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Edited, Recited, Typed & Written
Mr. Ryan Ngala & Ms. Florence Ngala
Ryan Ngala’s Poems™ | STN® Poetry™
My Father,
He Is Dead,
Make sure he is rest in peace in heaven.
For all the great things that he has done,
I never knew in my life,
That he’d be gone forever.
He was a hard worker,
He was always a leader,
How much my mother really misses him.
He was the greatest dad I ever had,
And now I’m really sad,
We have lost him.
He will always keep us in touch,
I’ll always love him,
Deep inside my heart.

Ryan & Mom


Edited, Recited, Typed & Written


Mr. Ryan Ngala & Mr. Rico Speight

Ryan Ngala’s Poems™ | STN® Poetry™ |

My mother raised me,
To become a loving & caring son,
To take care of my lovely siblings,
And the rest of my day is done.

My mother raised us,
To do better in school,
Not to stare into space,
Acting like a fool.

My mother raised me,
To become a healthy teen,
She makes food for the children,
And asks us all to read.

My mother raised me,
To become a humble and nice man,
If they say something mean to me,
I can just keep my mouth shut instead.

My mother raised us,
To become successful leaders,
How did your mother raise you?


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