President of Rwanda General Paul Kagame has ordered for immediate deportation of 18 Chinese nationals

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AFRICAN Giant Leader, President of Rwanda General Paul Kagame has ordered for the immediate deportation of 18 Chinese nationals, “the 18 investors were found guilty of mistreating Rwandan workers and grubbing land on which they operated their business”. President Kagame said.

Chinese investors exploited Rwandan people and also took advantage of them by making them work abnormal hours like slaves. “Africa is for Africans. We can’t be slaves in Africa. We don’t tolerate the nonsense of discrimination here” General Kagame added

“Rwanda is for Africans and those who mean well for us. I am directing the 18 Chinese investors to leave Rwanda immediately and must never return back. Rwandan people must enjoy their rights in their country. Let this be a lesson to the remaining Chinese investors” President Kagame warned

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Video: “I Think The Baby Is Coming,” says American rapper Lil Nas as he displays his baby bump

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Montero Lamar Hill, also known as Lil Nas X, a popular American rapper, took to Instagram a few moments ago to share a video of his baby bump. He captioned the video “Having contractions,” and the words he uttered in the video were quoted as “I think it’s coming, I think the baby is coming.”

 

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VIDEO: Trouble Looms As Brand Sponsor, Bobrisky Issue Threats To Oga Sabinus Over A Skit

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The controversial cross-dresser, Bobrisky, has joined a Brand sponsor in calling out Nigerian Skit-maker Chukwuemeka Ejekwu, popularly known as Oga Sabinus, for allegedly failing to deliver an advert which he was paid millions of naira for.

In a clip making the rounds on social media, the product owner, who is currently based abroad, dragged the skit maker and influencer online for failing to seek her approval for caption before posting the content.

According to reports, the advert, which was meant for a weight loss brand (weight loss by MMA) was said to have been delivered without approval from the sponsor.

The brand sponsor alleged that Sabinus used her money to create his own personal content, and then shared it online. She warned him to call her, so they discuss how he would refund back her money.

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Lion bites off a man’s finger as he impresses his spectators.

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A man was seen trying to provoke a lion in a cage. He tried to put his hand up, and apparently, the lion wasn’t happy and bit his finger.

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APC Primaries: Osinbajo group dares Tinubu, says VP won’t step down

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Ahead of next week’s presidential convention of the ruling All Progressives Congress APC, The Progressive Project TPP – an umbrella organization of all pro-Yemi Osinbajo support groups, has dismissed speculations that the vice president was considering stepping down for a national leader of the party, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

The group noted that as the APC prepares for its presidential primaries, paid agents and loyalists of some aspirants have intensified the spread of falsehoods against the Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo.

Director of Operations at The Progressive Project TPP, Alhaji Usman Aliyu Usman noted on Sunday that “some paid agents and other supporters who feel threatened by the candidature of Professor Osinbajo seem determined for a gutter fight which Osinbajo supporters cannot join”.

Part of the statement reads; “One of our visible supporters, Professor Olusola Adeyeye, a two-term Senator who represented Osun Central Senatorial District between 2011 to 2019 made some weighty statements about the APC presidential primaries on Saturday and by Sunday, really baseless and mischievous anti-Osinbajo statements began circulating.

“Unfortunately, one of these came from Mr. Daniel Bwala, an aide to Deputy Senate President, Senator Omo-Agege who currently appears to moonlight as spokesman for the Bola Tinubu campaign.

“Specifically, without any proof, Mr. Bwala started circulating a video clip with claims that Professor Yemi Osinbajo is ‘allegedly planning to step down for Asiwaju’; Mr. Bwala had no evidence and he ought to know better than going to town with such.”

“Without doubt, Professor Yemi Osinbajo is still riding high in the race and our decision not to interfere in some camps’ deliberate spread of illusion and untruths is only motivated by our genuine confidence in our candidate’s prospects.

“As stated long ago, no group linked to TPP will join any individual or group in playing gutter politics or smearing others but we need to unequivocally state that Professor Yemi Osinbajo is not contemplating any measure of capitulation to any candidate.

“While we are sworn to total allegiance to the Constitution, patriotic values and the spirit of good sportsmanship, we denounce the misleading information and unbecoming tricks that some supporters in other presidential candidates’ camps embrace so eagerly.

“We denounce too, the baseless ad unhelpful information being randomly disseminated by the likes of Mr. Bwala.

“In the interest of the nation and its democracy, TPP appeals to all aspirants and supporters at all levels to learn from the focused and principled campaign methods of Professor Osinbajo and his supporters whose collective determination towards actualizing Nigeria’s enduring greatness is a cause that genuinely deserves the support of all patriots.

“We categorically debunk the spate of falsehoods against PYO’s candidature and we urge all Nigerian patriots to look forward to join us in the forthcoming celebrations on the day after APC presidential primaries,’ the TPP official stated.

Meanwhile, the Tinubu Support Group TSG has appealed to delegates to consider the future of the nation and elect the former Lagos governor as presidential candidate of the party.

Head, Media and Publicity of the TSG, Tosin Adeyanju in an open letter to delegates said “it is an incontrovertible fact that Asiwaju Tinubu has the mental capacity, the political sagacity and the economic ingenuity required to steer the Nigerian ship to the promised land”.

“Patrick Henry famously declared that ‘I know of no way of judging of the future but by the past’. It is with the declaration of Patrick Henry in mind that I am writing to you all on why the choice of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu is the answer to a new Nigeria we have long desired. My letter to you all is to seek your vote for Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu in this forthcoming convention.

“Hence, I am appealing to all you, our dear party delegates to vote for Alhaji Ahmed Tinubu as the party presidential candidate. The future of this country and that of our children has made Asiwaju the right choice for a time like this when our country needs a tested turnaround.

“As a pro-democracy leader from the NADECO days, Senator in the third republic, two-time Governor of Lagos State and founding member of APC, Asiwaju is the most experienced and most qualified to be the next President of Nigeria”, he stated.

In a related development, the APC Professionals Forum has taken its quest for professionals and technocrats in the party to be given more roles to the leadership of the party.

A delegation led by the acting Chairman of its Board of Trustees, Dr Nkem Okeke which met the National Secretary of the party, Senator Iyiola Omisore, was emphatic that the party has an untapped pool of professionals that could easily add value to the party’s operations at all levels.

He said: “The narrative has to change to include this untapped pool of party members who have shown more than a passing interest in politics and governance in country.

“We have quite a number, not only in our midst but also within the rank and file, that are prepared for responsibilities so we crave the indulgence of the National Working Committee (NWC) to also look in the direction of professionals who are registered APC members.

“As a registered think-tank in the party, it falls within our mandate to contribute our quota to strengthening APC. We have therefore being holding consultations with registered professionals bodies in order to woo interested professionals into the party as well as to synergize with them in order to enhance professionalism in governance.

“And while the party is in the midst of electing candidates that will fly our flag in the various elections in 2023, we are hoping to organize conferences, retreats and symposia in partnership with the new APC leadership as part of preparations for the next general elections.”

Responding, Senator Omisore welcomed the idea behind the formation of APC Professionals Forum and promised to support its initiatives.

“We are prepared to work with you and have no problem including professionals in the activities of the party ahead of the next election,” he said.

The delegation which also included the National Coordinator of the forum, Hon. Akeem Akintayo also met the Deputy National Chairman (North), Senator Abubakar Kyari, National Vice Chairman (South), Victor Giadom as well as National Organizing Secretary, Alhaji Sulaiman Argungu and his deputy, Nze Chidi Duru.

By Omeiza Ajayi, Abuja

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Our March towards participating in the primaries will proceed apace – Senibo Finebone

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The spokesman of the ALL Progressives Congress, APC in Rivers State, Senibo Chris Finebone said “despite the unfortunate incident of Wednesday, we believe that our march towards participating in the next stage of the electioneering calendar, which is the Primaries, will proceed apace without let, adding that we hope to ultimately build on this momentum to achieve our overall objective of winning the 2023 elections, be it the State Assembly, House of Representatives, Senate, Governorship and Presidential elections.”

Finebone the State Publicity Secretary, Rivers APC who stated this during a press conference on 22 May 2022 and circulated to the media house said, “Reflecting deeply on the incident, we have come to the conclusion that the mob was deliberately assembled and sent to block the Party gate as early as 6 am to ensure that materials for the congresses were not sent to the 319 Wards for the congresses. Unknown to them, there were no such materials to be moved to the wards, apart from a small slip for recording results in each ward. All returning officers had earlier collected the slips from the Committee and left for the various wards, even as the mob continued to block the Party Secretariat gate.

The Congresses were conducted on the Option A4 mode whereby members queued up, were counted, and the result was recorded on the small slip. Much to the disappointment of the mob and their sponsors, the Ward and LGA Congresses took place peacefully and transparently across the State, fully observed by officials of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, and security officials.”

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2 Disabled Brothers Work Hard for 12 Years, Build Fine House, They Dance in Video as Help Locates Them

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A touching video has shown how two disabled but determined young brothers struggled on their own to build a house for themselves within a period of 12 years
The brothers, one named Niyonzima Abraham and the other named Nduwayezu Eric, embarked on the building project but have been struggling with it because they are disabled
Help finally came their way after many years, and they were assisted to complete the house within three months; they were seen dancing in a video

Two brothers who are disabled have shown a lot of determination after they embarked on a building project and refused to give up until help came their way to finish it.

The brothers named Abraham and Eric find it hard to do things as fast as others due to disability but refused to stop working on their house.

 

The brothers became happy after moving into their new house. Photo credit: YouTube/Afrimax English.
Source: UGC
Help locates the brothers
Help finally located them as their house was finished for them by an NGO after their story was told by Afrimaxtv.

 

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Now, Abraham and Eric have a good house to live in as it was furnished for them with modern household equipment installed.

A heartwarming video shared on YouTube showed them jubilating and dancing inside their new house, showing a lot of happiness and appreciation.

Watch the video below:

YouTube’s users are inspired by the story
ME said:

“I am so elated! I remember when this story first aired I thought this was one of Afrimax ‘s best stories that had been shared, these brothers are a testament and living proof that you can accomplish anything you want if you believe.”

G D commented:

“This is a great achievement. They deserve their beautiful home. I’m sure they’ll always be happy there. Many of us should take heed to their determination.”
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Gamedawg reacted:

“A Great story of our will and determination I love the joy n their faces I pray they will now rest and enjoy all the comforts of their beautiful home.”
Beatrice Mambo said:

“These two men’s determination is amazing! They never gave up, and in the long ran it paid off!!!”

Nigerian lady builds house for her parents
In a related story, Legit.ng reported that a Nigerian lady built a nice house for her parents in Makurdi, Benue state.

According to the lady, the house is her parent’s retirement home and she furnished it very well for them.

She said she made her money through investments in cryptocurrencies.

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Policewoman cries for help as driver zooms off after she jumped into his car.

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A police officer was captured crying out for help as a driver zoomed off with her in his car. The uniformed woman had entered the man’s car ‘without his consent’ and the driver zoomed off with her.

When she realizes the driver won’t stop, she panics and tries to wrestle with him for control of the car.

When that doesn’t work, she begins screaming out of the window for help.

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An Imaginary Encounter with the President

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ME:  Sir, thank you for taking the time to grant me this exclusive interview. I am grateful, Sir.

Mr PREZ: You’re welcome, my brother.

ME: My first question is, do you really have to go for a second term when it is obvious Nigerians don’t want you?

Mr PREZ: Who says Nigerians don’t want me? My kinsmen want me to run for the presidency again. And my wife and ministers and the Presidency too.

ME: Which kinsmen?

Mr PREZ: My brothers and sisters in the creeks.

ME: You mean that ex-militant in particular who has been making threats?

Mr PREZ: You better don’t call him an ex-militant. He’s a billionaire now and can bully even me.

ME: How can somebody like him bully a whole President of 160 million people?

Mr PREZ: Ah, what do you know? He and Tompolo are in charge of securing our bloodline – that is, the oil pipeline.

ME: OK Sir. But we heard you really don’t want to go for a second term. Could that be true?

Mr PREZ: Let me tell you one secret. Yes, I would rather retire to Otuoke, and enjoy my life and wealth. What more do I want? I have been a Local Government Chairman, been a Deputy Governor, a Governor, a Vice president and then a President for six years. How blessed can a man be?

ME: You tell me, Sir. Your place in history is assured.

Mr PREZ: I am telling you. But the Dame and the others in government who are stealing (not corrupt o) are saying I have to solder on to concretise my name in history. So I am trying to put concrete on my name.

ME: You are kiddin’ me, Sir!

Mr PREZ: No, I am kiddin’ you not. You are hearing it from me. ME: You mean from the horse’s mouth? Mr PREZ: Who are you calling a horse? You better don’t let the Dame hear that.

ME: I am sorry Sir.

Mr PREZ: No wahala.

ME: Sir, your campaign team is not helping you at all with all their utterings, FFK, that Ekiti thug and even the Dame. They are like crazy, desperate men, not addressing real issues of concern to Nigerians.

Mr PREZ: Are the APC and their leader, Tinubu doing anything different? Look, FFK, Koroand that Ekiti thug were brought in because of their toughness and ruggedness. You know I am a simple man, peaceful, naïve and left to me, Buhari can have it. I respect age, and Buhari is older than me. But these guys say No! It must be Fire for Fire. So I leave it to them. Do you know they are more of thugs than me? But leave the Dame outta it. She’s just doing her duty as a faithful and loyal wife who wants the best for her husband.

ME: Good Sir. I concur about the Dame. Apologies Sir.

Mr PREZ: You know you journalists know more than me. So tell me, what’s Buhari doing in London? I hear he went for medicals, and then some guys were paid to heckle him. Why does he have to go and campaign in the UK?

ME: Yes, he was in London at the invitation of Nigerians in Diaspora who want Change. That is, they want you and the PDP out of Aso Rock.

Mr PREZ: Oh dear! You mean “Dial-spola”, as my Dame will call them? Who are those people? They will not vote. They cannot even vote. Are they even Nigerians? Don’t they have foreign passports and citizenships?

ME: That’s where you are wrong Sir. You see, you promised them in 2011 that you would ensure they are able to vote in 2015 but you never kept that promise and so they are getting back at you. Even if they can’t vote, they can mobilise millions of votes against you in Nigeria. And most of them have dual nationality.

Mr PREZ: You kiddin’ me? ME: No, Sir, I am not!

Mr PREZ: Damn!!!

ME: And moreover, these same “Dial-spola” Nigerians fought for you to become President when the late Umaru Yar Adua kitchen cabinet tried all subterfuge to suppress and ignore the Constitution to deny your automatic and constitutional succession to become President in 2010. I was part of the Save Nigeria Group marches in London in freezing weather. We eventually got you in and then voted for you in 2011 to have your own mandate. But you disappointed us.

Mr PREZ: Oh dear! I did?

ME: Yessir, you did.

Mr PREZ: I am sorry. What can I do to redress that?

ME: Nothing Sir. It’s too late now. You have to contest that election that was shifted and then lose.

Mr PREZ: Even as we are in renewed battling and gaining grounds from the Boko Haram? And I went to the warfront to show my support and appreciation to a rejuvenated Nigerian Army?

ME: Too late Sir. The Chibok girls are another millstone hanging around your neck.

Mr PREZ: Can I send that my militant bully cousin and his forces in to help? At least he can talk a good fight.

ME: I doubt it, Sir. The man is all talk. The money you’ve given him and others have made them too fat. They want to enjoy the money, not get themselves killed.

Mr PREZ: Oh dear! What about FFK, Koro and the Ekiti thug? At least they are bulldogs and street fighters. They can use their shakara against Boko Haram.

ME: If you ask me, Sir, those three guys are done for. They are merely fighting for their own survival. You send them to Borno, and you will see they will leave the PDP the next day. But I guess they are good at rigging elections, aren’t they?

Mr PREZ: Yes, I think so too. But don’t quote me. I really don’t know those guys. Some bigwig PDP godfathers brought them in and who am I to say No? And they are really doing good hatchet jobs, don’t you think? ME: Yessir, I must confess they are, but at your detriment. They are not helping you at all. I can do a better job at promoting you than all of them combined.

Mr PREZ: You can? Why didn’t you say so before? So which one you dey?

ME: Too late Sir. I no dey for any side. I dey for Nigeria to be better governed and managed. That’s what Nigerians are asking for.

Mr PREZ: You mean you want Change? Dame has already said only bus conductors want to change.

ME: On the contrary Sir, it is the passengers that want Change, not a bus conductor. Passengers pay the conductor and expect some good service from the driver and the conductor. It is the business of the conductor to give that service and then change to the passengers, not vice versa. If he can’t give appropriate change, he will be beaten up and tossed out of the bus. Mr PREZ: Is that want you’re prescribing for me? ME: Not me, Sir. But all of us!

Mr PREZ: Who are all of you?

ME: Seems like a lot of your people, Sir. Nigerians, they call them.

Mr PREZ: Oh dear! I told the Dame I suspect so but she didn’t believe me.

ME: Well Sir, you better believe me. But don’t despair, there are still a lot of people who believe in you and your achievements, and that’s what matters. You don’t have anything to fear.

Mr PREZ: You mean I have achieved?

ME: Of course Sir. How can you be President for six years and not achieve anything? You have, Sir. Your people in Oyo State even say you are going to create our very own state for us. Mr PREZ: Which state is that? ME: Ibadan State. Can you really do that? What about the others clamour for their own states – Ijebu State, etc.?

Mr PREZ: Don’t mind that Ibadan girl. Her father wants me to create a state for her daughter to rule.

ME: Thanks Sir.

Mr PREZ: You can’t satisfy Nigerians. What more do they want in six years? Do they think I am God?

ME: No, Sir. What they think is that your government is godless. And if they allow you a second term, by 2019, most of them will be dead.

Mr PREZ: I can’t kill 180 million people now. Who will I rule then?

ME: That’s the question, Sir. But that’s what is happening! We know the problem of Nigeria did not start with you, but you have made very few concerted and sincere efforts to redress it. You just continued in the same destructive path. That’s why Nigerians want you out. And then you have done a lot of crazy, dumbfounding things and people just wonder, how could you?

Mr PREZ: Such as?

ME: You pardoned your former boss, Alams. You refused to indict Diezani and Princess Oduah even when their corruption sins were glaring; billions of dollars and naira have gone missing during your watch; now you are even now trying to make Koro the Kongo a minister for the second time, despite his being implicated in the Ekiti election rigging.

Mr PREZ: What can I do, brother? I have to satisfy them. Do you mean they rigged in Ekiti State? Lord have mercy! I thought Fayose won fairly because of stomach infrastructure.

ME: No Sir, there is a tape where all the bad men of the SW were caught discussing how to rig, and you refused to allow an investigation to be conducted into the allegations.

Mr PREZ: So you want to replace me with that old foggy without a certificate?

ME: No, not really, Sir. Personally, Sir, I’d like you to go and enjoy the rest of your life peacefully. You are a good man, but not a good leader of men. We want to replace you to prove that power lies in the hand of the Nigerian people. If that “old foggy” gets elected and messes us up too, we will push him out too via our vote. That is what we call democracy. That way, Nigerians are sending out signals that we will not tolerate bad, incompetent, selfish, greedy, inconsiderate, insensitive, corrupt, visionless and focus-less leaders – presidents, governors, senators, representatives, state legislators, local government chairpersons and councillors.

Mr PREZ: I get it now. But personally, is that what you think of me?

ME: Not all of them, but some of them, Sir. I think you should take responsibility for some of your credibility problems. You yourself claimed recently that those people are not giving you good advice.  But you see, the buck stops at your desk. Therefore, you should get rid of bad advisers, ministers, etc. You are responsible for 160 million lives, not just a few thousand near you. Striving towards the bigger picture of working for the generality of Nigerians would have made you a good leader.

Mr PREZ: But you will vote for me, won’t you?

ME: Sir, I can’t answer that. I did in 2011, but four years after, I see no reason why I should do that again.

Mr PREZ: I see. Thanks for being honest with me.

ME: You are welcome, Sir. My regards to the Dame.

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National Hospital dismisses claims of Osinachi’s corpse singing ‘Ekwueme’ at night

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The National Hospital in Abuja, on Monday, dismissed claims that the corpse of popular gospel singer, Osinachi Nwachukwu, was singing ‘Ekwueme’ while in the mortuary.

The spokesman for the hospital, Dr Taiwo Haastrup, said there was no proof that Osinachi’s body was singing in the morgue.

Speaking with newsmen, Haastrup said somebody dead couldn’t be singing while in the morgue.

Osinachi, a chorister at the Dunamis International Gospel Centre, died a few months ago allegedly due to domestic violence she suffered from her husband, Peter Nwachukwu.

Following her death, her corpse was deposited in the National Hospital mortuary. Reports had it that mortuary attendants alleged that Osinachi’s corpse was singing her hit track, ‘Ekwueme’, in the middle of the night.

Reacting to the report, Haastrup said: “Medically, there is nothing like that; it’s just an imagination of people. Somebody that is dead and is a corpse, how would such a person be singing in the night?

“There is no medical backup to that; it’s an imagination that may be due to the church she attended while alive, and the songs may just be giving people ideas, but there is no proof in any way. It just can’t be proven in any way.

“Somebody that is dead is dead and has become a corpse; it’s inside a morgue, it can’t sing and can’t move so it’s an imagination of people.”

On the autopsy report, Hasstrup said: “It’s a coroner case, and it’s confidential; we can’t reveal anything there. The IPO in charge will give it to the IGP, who will turn it to the court.

“The result has been submitted all the same, and our people did it confidentially.”

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