Tuesday, 1 December 2015

"Developed Countries Want Us To Clean Their Mess" - Mugabe Hits Out At Climate Conference In France

Known for his outspokenness. Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has strongly criticised developed nations at the UN climate summit in Paris, accusing them of trying to shift the burden for curbing carbon emissions onto poor countries, the AFP news agency reports.

Mr Mugabe said developed nations were historically responsible for the "precarious climate environment we currently live in."

 "It is unconscionable that not only are developed countries miserly in providing the means" for developing countries, "but also want inordinately to burden us with cleaning up the mess they themselves have created," he told the gathering, AFP reports.
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Man has hernia bigger than a football removed from his scrotum after 12 years

An unidentified 65-year-old man underwent surgery in Rabat, Morocco to have a hernia bigger than a football removed. It reached down to the midpoint of his thigh causing him to suffer difficulties with walking, urinating or having sex. Such a case had not been recorded in the medical literature before, said doctors describing his case in the Journal of Medical Reports.

Medics reported the swelling was 30cm in length – longer than a football, which is typically 23cm in diameter.

The man had the growth for more than 12 years but had previously refused surgery to treat it. He finally went for treatment after the growth significantly affected his quality of life causing him difficulties walking and having sex, the man was placed under a general anaesthetic and the operation to remove the huge swelling went smoothly. After six months, doctors were pleased to see the hernia had not returned.
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Photos: Buhari, Minister of Environment, Amina Mohammed at UN Climate Change Conference

President Buhari and Minister of Environment Amina Mohammed pictured discussing at the UN Climate Change Conference in Paris today November 30th. More photos after the cut...

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Photos: Pope Francis celebrates mass at Bangui's Bathelemy Boganda Stadium

Pope Francis rounded off his three-nation African tour with a mass at Barthelemy Boganda Stadium, Bangui, for thousands of faithfuls. More photos after the cut...

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Ben Bruce replies someone criticizing him for selling popcorn for N800 at his Cinemas

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Photo: Men Alleged To Have Trailed Jonathan's Convoy Released From Police Custody

Bayelsa state police command has released the 4 men accused of allegedly crashing into the convoy of Former President Goodluck Jonathan in Bayelsa earlier today. Police investigations indicated that the men wrongly joined GEJ's convoy thinking it was that of Timipre Sylva who they were on the road campaigning with ahead of Saturday's guber election in Bayelsa. They were released after investigations showed the allegations made against them were unfounded.
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Dangote's Daughter Pays Courtesy Visit To Kano State Governor (Photos)

The daughter of Alhaji Aliko Dangote and Executive Director of Dangote Foundation, Hajiya Halima Aliko Dangote, led executive directors and management staff of the Foundation on a courtesy call on the Kano State Governor, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, on Friday, November 27.

She briefed the governor on the diagnostic and laboratory complex which the Dangote Foundation is going to built free of charge at Murtala Mohammed Specialists Hospital at the cost of N7billion. The Governor received a model of the diagnostic and laboratory complex.

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Gtbank Launches Nigeria’s First Virtual Mastercard

Foremost African financial institution, Guaranty Trust Bank plc has reaffirmed its position as a leading provider of e-payment gateway solutions with the recent launch of its Virtual Prepaid MasterCard. The card which is issued instantly via Internet Banking, provides an added comfort for security conscious online shoppers who prefer not to use their regular debit/credit cards when making online payments.

The GTBank Virtual card has all the essential features of a physical card and can be used to make both international and local online payments. It also serves as a fall back option for customers who have forgotten or lost their card, but need to perform urgent online purchases. The introduction of the virtual card has bridged the gap between traditional e-wallets and bank accounts by providing a low cost alternative to physical debit cards. Customers also have the option of converting the virtual card to a physical card.

Commenting on the launch, Segun Agbaje, Managing Director / Chief Executive Officer of GTBank said:


He further stated that “the launch of this product, attests to our commitment towards encouraging a cashless culture in our country by promoting the use of alternative payment channels for transacting both locally and internationally. Our desire to be at the frontier of banking excellence enables us to pioneer innovative products aimed at making banking more simple and attractive to the unbanked and unserved.”

Guaranty Trust Bank plc is one of the biggest issuers of payment cards in Nigeria. In Partnership with Mastercard, the Bank has rolled out all variants of GTBank Mastercards in all countries where it has business presence and continues to offer rewards and priceless experiences to its cardholders. One of such promos will include the POS Cash Back Promo; a loyalty reward scheme where customers can earn cash for paying for products and services on POS terminals using their MasterCards.
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See How Corona School Celebrated Its 60th Anniversary Gala (Photos)

Corona Schools celebrated its 60th anniversary gala with the launch of its Commemorative Edition of the Monopoly Game. The event held at the Muson Center on the 27th of November 2015 and it had past and present students in attendance.

The event also had in attendance the special guest of honour the Vice President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria Professor Yemi Osinbajo SAN, his wife Mrs. Dolapo Osinbajo, the Governor of Lagos State was represented by the Special Adviser on education Obafela Bank-Olemoh, dignitaries from the educational sector, top government officials and the MC’s of the day Mr. Teju Oyelakin and Mrs. Dakore Akande who also attended the Corona school.

Speaking at the event, the Special guest of honour the Vice President of Nigeria Professor Yemi Osinbajo SAN went down memory lane to when he was a student of Corona in the 6o’s. He highlighted the core values of the school which was to deliver world class education to children, inculcate high moral and ethical values and prepare students to be good leaders and global citizens.

Also speaking at the event was the Chairman Governing board Mr. Adedotun Sulaiman who spoke about the exciting journey the school has embarked on for the past 60 years and its achievements, Mrs. Olufunto Igun Chair Corona Trust also spoke about the vision of Corona schools that was to transform the educational sector in Nigeria.

The high point of the gala was the unveiling of the first ever African Monopoly school edition. The Corona schools edition of Monopoly was unveiled by the Vice President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria Professor Yemi Osinbajo SAN,his wife Dolapo Osinbajo,the Minister of State,CEO Bestman Games Mrs. Nimi Akinkugbe an Alumni of Corona schools, the Chairman Governing board Mr. Adedotun Sulaiman and the Chair Corona Trust Mrs. Olufunto Igun.

The Vice President Professor Yemi Osinbajo and his wife rolled the dice, while the CEO of Bestman Games spoke of the values and benefits embedded in the board game which includes financial literacy, ethical values, family bonding, learning how to invest and money matters.

The plan for the launch of the customized Corona edition of Monopoly is to capture the essence of this outstanding educational institution with its unique customs and traditions with a game that will provide many hours of quality family entertainment for generations to come.

The event concluded with the award ceremony presentation for outstanding work and dedication and announcement of a Corona Alumni Association.

The Pre order portal is still open. Order now for your Customized Corona edition of Monopoly for only N10, 000. They will be available for pickup and delivery the week before Christmas.

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Monday, 30 November 2015

10 Ways To Spot A Prostitute In Your Locality

Here are the characteristics of prostitutes and ways to spot them

1. They usually make-up in the evening

I trust that I'm not the one that has observed this. They will get dressed in the evening, you will see them apply excessive make-ups looking like Mickey Mouse; and wear perfumes that will be oozing from 100 kilometres away. The next time you will see them is 5am, the next morning, when they are sneaking into the compound. However, they are always going to work when others are returning back. That is one of the ways to spot them

2. They usually chew bubble gum loudly

By the way some ladies chew bubble gum, you could probably tell that are into prostitution. They chew bubble gum flirtaciously and audibly and will be speaking Pidgin fluently

3. They receive calls, every now and then

Many of them use expensive phones. They might be using four phones that will have all the Mobile networks in Nigeria. For example, MTN line will be in their Android fone; Zain line will be in their Blackberry fone; Etisalat line will be in their Samsung; and Glo line will be in their Nokia. They will are glued to their phone surfing the web and receiving calls at regular intervals

4. They barely relate with neighbours

Another way to spot them is that they are somewhat isolated and barely relate with their neighbours. You won't even know what they are into

5. They usually wear waist chain and anklets

I don't know for other countries, but from my perspective as a Nigerian, ladies who wear anklets and waist chains are somewhat prostitutes or runs babes (though there are execptions). You will see them on okada flashing their waist chain to attract interested "chairmen". I know that some people will say that, OP, I wear all these things yet I'm not a prostitute. Well, you may be an exception sha cheesy

6. Their male visitors always come with cars

When a man visits them, be rest assure that he must have a car parked outside. Them no dey roll with broke boys cheesy

7. They dress immorally and irresponsibly

Some of them go carry dia yeye dressing come church of God just to confused annoited men of God. In my church, ushers are instructed never to allow ladies dressed immorally to occupy the front seat. However, some of them will dress irresponsibly and will be bent on occupying the front seat. This is to throw the annointed pastor into a state of confusion

8. They barely cook

I have lived with quite a few of them so I know what I'm talking about. Prostitutes are usually lazy when it comes to cooking, hence, they are regular patronizers of Mr Biggs, Mr. Fans, Sweet Sensation, etc

9. They discuss about men and money

As marriage no dey dia agenda, na to dey discuss about men and money sure pass. Some of them are not hard to bleep as you think. Some of dem fit make mouth wella, but don't be surprised that with just N1,000, you will get them laid

10. They bear different names

They give different names to different chairmen. A man may come visiting today and will ask the neighbours that he's looking for Tracy; tomorrow, another visitor and will say he's looking for Sandra, and vice versa
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Kogi 2015: Faleke To Drag APC To Court, As Party Confirms Yahaya Bello

Following the confirmation of Yahaya Bello(Fairplus) as replacement for late Prince Abubakar Audu as the Kogi APC guber candidate, Audu's running mate Hon. Abiodun Faleke has dragged the All Progressives Congress(APC). Faleke made this known via his Twitter account earlier: "APC maintained their stance in substituting my late principal with Yahaya Bello but I've made it clear to them that I will not be part of it.Since the party has said they will not change their stance, I have decided to protect the mandate given to Audu/Faleke in court.
I will not be participating in the supplementary election because am already the governor elect. Therefore the party can't pair me with Bello. Am not alone in this decision, it's a collective stance between myself, Muhammed Audu & the entire Audu/Faleke Team." In a related development, Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has received the request by APC to replace the late Abubakar Audu’s name with that of Yahaya Bello for the December 5 supplementary governorship election in Kogi State.

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Boko Haram Strikes Again In Adamawa, Burns Down Military Artillery

Rampaging Boko Haram militants on Sunday night engaged Nigerian troops in a fierce battle in their new bid to take over Gulak, the administrative headquarters of Madagali in northern part of Adamawa State.

Security and local sources say the insurgents, who came in three vehicles brandishing guns, burnt down a military base as they also burnt down three artilleries and carted away guns.

“They came around 7 p.m. and started firing on the soldiers during which all the soldiers ran away.

“There was pandemonium, people scampered for their lives, many slept in bushes, they killed one soldier during the fierce battle.

“Our local vigilantes had tried by staying back, until another troops were deployed from Madagali town and Shuwa, they engaged them, if not they would have recaptured the town for the second time,” said James Ularamu, former chairman of Madagali.

The former Council chairman, and a local vigilante who did not want to be named, said there were heavy gun battles.

The local vigilante, who couldn’t say whether there were casualties from the Boko Haram side, said “after we chased them away they fled to the nearby Sambisa area.”

Efforts to get the army spokesperson were futile, but a member representing the area at the house of Representatives, Adamu Kamale, confirmed the attack.

He, however said he did not have “much details for now”.

The state commissioner of information, Ahmed Sajo, said additional troops had been deployed to the area.
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Tinubu Insists On Faleke For The Kogi Supplementary Election

There were indications last night that leaders of the All Progressives Congress (APC) were still divided over the choice of Alhaji Yahaya Bello as the party’s candidate for next Saturday’s supplementary governorship election in Kogi State.

While the national leader of the APC, Asiwaju Ahmed Bola Tinubu and a group loyal to him in the party are insisting that Yahaya Bello’s name be withdrawn for Hon James Faleke (late Prince Abubakar Audu’s running mate) following the submission of Bello’s name by the party last Friday to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), other party chieftains have kicked against this saying Bello’s choice and subsequent nomination be maintained.

This is coming just as the INEC has given the APC until tomorrow to present a replacement for its late governorship candidate, Prince Abubakar Audu, for the Kogi supplementary election.

LEADERSHIP had on Saturday reported that Bello who came second during the party’s governorship primaries on August 29, 2015 was chosen by the party to replace the late Audu after the demise of the governorship candidate, following INEC’s declaration of the Kogi governorship poll inconclusive.

It was gathered last night that although Bello had been nominated and his name submitted to INEC late Friday evening, some powerful stakeholders in the APC want his name replaced with that of late Audu’s running mate, Hon. James Faleke.

It was learnt that the bid by the party to present Bello as its new candidate reached a stalemate yesterday when leader of the party and former Lagos State Governor, Bola Tinubu was said to have insisted that it was either Faleke or no one else stepped into the late Audu’s shoes.

A reliable source in the party told LEADERSHIP that when it became glaring that Tinubu and other stakeholders angling for Faleke would not budge an inch, the national chairman of the party, Chief John Oyegun told them that with their fixed position, the development indicates that the APC might end up not having any candidate for the Kogi supplementary governorship election slated for this Saturday.

The source, a senior party official, who sought anonymity because of the sensitive nature of the matter, told LEADERSHIP last night that if care was not taken, the party may yield to the pressure by the stakeholders who are insisting on Faleke’s candidacy because of the allegation against Bello that he is a mole in the APC working for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

He said, “The argument being canvassed now is that it should not be Bello because he allegedly worked against the late Audu’s bid to become governor. There is so much pressure on us to withdraw Bello’s candidacy in view of the crisis that the choice has generated as well as the fierce protest it is causing in Kogi State.

“Right now, we are at a crossroad because nothing has divided the party like the choice of governorship candidate for the Kogi supplementary poll. Our only saving grace is that INEC has given the party till Tuesday (tomorrow) to take a final stand on the matter.

“As we speak, national leader of the party, Asiwaju Tinubu and his group are insisting on the withdrawal of Yahaya Bello, while another group supporting Bello are also kicking that Bello’s nomination remained. The chairman is presently confused and threatening to withdraw Bello’s name and Falake’s thereby leaving the party without any candidate,” our source said.

The party stakeholders insisting on Faleke’s candidacy are contending that he deserves it because he was everywhere with the late Audu campaigning vigorously for the election, and that it would be unfair to deny him what he laboured for and favour someone who was even working against the APC candidate and the party’s interest.

INEC gives tomorrow as deadline
Meanwhile, INEC has given APC Tuesday (tomorrow) deadline to present a replacement for its late governorship candidate, Prince Abubakar Audu, for the Kogi State supplementary election on December 5.

This was disclosed by INEC’s director of voter education and publicity, Mr Oluwole Osaze-Uzzi. He also said he is unaware that a replacement has been submitted by the APC over the weekend.

INEC had last Tuesday granted the APC permission to fill the vacancy created by the death of Audu, same day it declared that the supplementary governorship election will hold on December 5.

The commission, while acknowledging that the party has officially written to it over the demise of its governorship candidate, notified the 22 political other parties that participated in the November 21 election of the date for the supplementary poll.

When asked if the APC has submitted a replacement ahead of the supplementary election, Osaze-Uzzi said, “I am not aware”. He however disclosed that Tuesday was the deadline given to the APC to submit its replacement for its late candidate
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Firstbank Empowers 8000 Youth Corpers (Photos)

In line with FirstBank’s commitment on to capacity building of the Nigerian Youths, FirstBank in collaboration with Bestman GamesLimited and Smile communications empowered over 8000+ Youth Corp members in career and entrepreneurship skills at the Lagos, Abuja & Port- Harcourt orientation camps.

It was a time of learning, fun and excitement as corpsmembers learnt edhow to write business plans, create a sales picthpitch and many and more.important activities for upcoming entrepreneurs.

There were several competitions held which saw several platoons members carting went away with cash prizes, City of Lagos monopoly boards and more. See photos from the camps below:

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17-Year-Old Pastor’s Son Rapes And Murders 14-Year-Old Girl In Delta

A 17-year-old son of a pastor has allegedly killed a 14-year-old girl after raping her, while her nine-year-old sister escaped with wounds inflicted on her by the suspect at Sapele, Sapele Local Government Area, Delta State.

The incident occurred at Oduduru Road, Sapele, same street where a kidnap gang shot dead a young pastor, Great Oduduru, last week.

The kidnappers were said to have trailed a businessperson to the area.

A source said worshipers at the suspect’s father’s church were shocked at the conduct of his son, which they described as unbecoming of cleric’s son.
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"I Won The Poll, Audu’s Votes Died With Him" - Wada

Idris Wada, governor of Kogi state and candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the November 21 election, says the votes of Abubakar Audu, his main rival in the poll, “died with him”.

Audu passed on shortly after the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) declared the election inconclusive.

The electoral commission explained that a winner could not be declared because the number of cancelled votes was higher than the margin between the two leading contenders.

Audu, who was ahead, polled 240,861 votes, while Wada got 199,514 votes, leaving a margin of 41,353, which was less than the 49,953 votes that were voided.

INEC subsequently scheduled a supplementary election for December 5 and asked APC to replace its late candidate.

But in a statement on Sunday, Wada, who had earlier expressed reservation over INEC’s directive, accused the commission of doing “a hatchet job”.

He said being the only surviving candidate with the “majority of lawful votes cast”, INEC ought to issue him a certificate of return.

“Whatever votes Audu scored in the election died with him,” read the statement signed on his behalf by Phrank Shaibu, his chief communications manager.

Wada described as “specious” INEC’s argument that APC’s right to substitution was sustained by the electoral act, saying the electoral body should know that it is for the court, not the commission, to determine which course of action is effective or not.

“In arriving at a decision, INEC merely carried out the directives of the attorney-general of the federation… the AGF is not competent to issue directives to INEC to allow APC to substitute its candidate for the Kogi guber poll and that such directives are null and void for its inconsistency with the provisions of the constitution,” the statement read.

“To us as a party, the most egregious of the faux pas committed by INEC is asking the APC to lawfully nominate a candidate for the supplementary governorship election without a valid and legally cognizable primary election of the party conducted within the mandatory timeliness specified by the electoral act.

“It is our considered opinion that, INEC, more than any other body, ought to know that having regards to the provisions of section 141 of the electoral act, 2010, votes scored by a candidate who died during an election cannot be inherited by or transferred to a person who was not a candidate at the said election and who did not participate in all stages of such election, for the purpose of concluding such election.”

He said it was on the strength of the position of the electoral act on the developments in the state that he has asked the court to compel INEC to issue him with a certificate of return.

The statement added that the party was hopeful that the court will issue an order of injunction restraining APC from organising or holding a fresh primary election for the purpose of “any supplementary election”.
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Things You Should Stop Doing While You Are Still Single

1. Most singles especially women see spinsterhood as a shame, looking at the mirror like "MY AGE MATES ARE MARRIED AND HAVE GIVEN BIRTH TO CHILDREN. My sister don't be in a haste, trust God to bring pass his will concerning you at his own time. IT IS BETTER TO BE SINGLE THAN MARRIED TO THE WRONG PERSON.

2. The best of God cannot be rushed! Dear, don't rush and marry anyone that comes along, having waited for a long time, it may lead to an error that you will live to regret. BE PATIENT AND BUILD YOUR CHARACTER. Read Psalm 64:6.

3. Don't involve yourself in pre-marital sex, thinking it is the best to compel a man to marry you, IT IS TOTALLY WRONG! Discipline your body, Don't buy into that lie of the devil that says "SEX IS LOVE". Sex alone will never make a man stay committed to you. TELL HIM TO WAIT TILL THE NIGHT OF YOUR WEDDING.

4. DONT WORRY, BE HAPPY! don't feel sorry for yourself, don't allow sorrow to break your heart because you are single. Worrying will make you look 55 when you are just 25. Don't say to yourself "ALL MY FRIENDS ARE MARRIED WITH CHILDREN"..Please don't worry. Always dress beautiful, glow with sense of pride, be fulfilled, and stay HAPPY.

5. DONT BE JEALOUS OF OTHERS, dont feel bad because your friends are getting married, "Oh we finished school together, now look at her married and am single" STOP IT. Rejoice with them so that your miracle can become REAL ON TIME.

6. DONT compare yourself to anybody because GOD IS ABOUT TO DO SOMETHING BIGGER IN YOUR LIFE. Don't give up on God because God will never give up on YOU.

7. You must not allow the desire to get married rob you off your existence. If I may ask you, WHAT ARE YOU PRIORITIES? WHAT ARE YOU LIVING FOR?? dear set a goal for yourself and work towards it, marriage is important BUT IT IS NOT EVERYTHING.

8. Give God his rightful place in your life, Fear the Lord. YOU WILL MAKE IT.
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Hilarious! See Pupil's Answer When She Was Told To Find X

No be una say make she find X? X wey una don dey find since. She's told you guys where the X is nah! Lol...

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Amaechi Orders Probe Of Maritime Academy Over N18bn Remittances

The minister of Transport, Mr Rotimi Amaechi has ordered a probe into the financial activities of the Maritime Academy of Nigeria (MAN), Oron, Akwa Ibom State and N18 billion remittances to the institution by the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) in the last five years.
The move to begin a full audit of the institution’s finances followed allegations of financial recklessness and large scale fraud levelled against the academy’s rector, Mr Joshua Okpo.

Ekpo was said to have stirred the hornet’s nest after series of accusations he levelled against NIMASA for starving the school of funds through the agency’s alleged flagrant refusal to release the statutory five per cent subvention funds to the school.

The minister was said to have summoned the management of NIMASA to his office and asked why it was sitting on the subvention of MAN, Oron.

However, the bubble burst when the minister was told by the acting director-general of NIMASA, Mr Haruna Jauro that the agency has remitted over N18 billion to the academy since 2009.
At the enquiry of the minister, the MAN rector, Okpo, said he only took over in 2011 to which NIMASA declared that a sum of N13 billion was remitted to the institution since the rector took over.

Alarmed by the quantum of the funds, the minister was said to have become livid with Okpo whom he said has told him ‘lies’ about the true situation of the disbursements.

When asked to explain what he has done with that huge sum against the backdrop of lack of physical infrastructural development of the institution, Ekpo was said to have given inconsistent and incoherent answer.

The minister therefore ordered immediate audit of all the amounts said to have been remitted to the institution since 2009.
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Edo First Lady, Iara Oshiomhole, Stuns In Native Attire (Photos)

The Wife Of Edo State Governor , Mrs lara Oshiomole was at an APC function which took place in Benin city, Edo state over the weekend , slays in native attire see photos below.

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Massive Protest In Rivers State Over Recent Political Killings (Photos)

There was massive protest in Rivers state over the growing spate of political motivated killings mostly during election periods. The residents gathered in their numbers, donning black attires in solidarity for the cause -saying in one voice " No More Political Killings".....

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Photos: Ghanaian Actress Denies Collapsing At Mall While Wearing 4 Waist Trainers

Yesterday, this story went viral and now, the said actress has put up a statement on her IG page that this story about her is false. According to reports online, aspiring Ghanaian actress who has been identified as Moesha Boduong reportedly fell flat on her bum yesterday afternoon while window shopping at Ghana’s biggest mall-West Hills.

Despite the West Hills mall known for offering cheap designer products, such as selling authentic LV bags for 68GHS—Moesha Boduong spent almost two hours moving from one shop to another without buying anything, the CCTV cameras shown.

Flaunting a tiny waist and a humongous bum with a handbag in her hand, Moesha collapsed just in front of the MAC shop—with several bystanders rushing to help her.
A male shopper who tried resuscitating her came to the conclusion after his first press that—the Moesha was somewhat a dummy, since her chest area right down to her stomach was as hard as a Pig Farm tea bread.

With the help of two women, Moesha was carried into a near by shop as they waited for an ambulance.

After 2 hours of waiting for the ambulance which was said to have been stuck in traffic, caused by a ‘trotro’ left in the middle of the road with the driver having disappeared with an empty gallon to buy some fuel—the two women decided to check what was the cause of the strange body stiffness.

Shockingly, when Moesha’s stripy maxi dress was taken off—she was seen wearing 4 waist trainers, one by one they were all taken off.
The moment the last one was ripped off her body, she jumped up—asking, what happened? After she was told of what had happened, she said she was fine and did not need any medical attention.

However, there was another problem; one of her 4 waist trainers had disappeared with one of the women who helped in carrying her into the shop suspected to have ‘vanished’ with the waist trainer.
The waist trainer theft was reported to Kasoa Central Police station.

Kasoa Police station quickly erected a barrier, intending to search and confiscate from women travelling between Kasoa and Mallam any waist trainer they would find. They thought it was going to be a cool catch.

But so far, we are told 3,000 waist trainers have been confiscated from the 3020 women who have traveled between the barrier range—some women were wearing as much as 5 waist trainers.

Moesha Boduong will on Monday determine which of the many waist trainers is hers…

More photos of the heavily endowed actress:

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