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Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Kim Kardashian claims that 'four-year-old' daughter, North West wants her own Youtube channel

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In an interview with Fashion Journal: Women's Wear Daily, Kim Kardashian West revealed that daughter, North West wants her own YouTube channel but her father, Kanye isn't too pleased with the idea.
'The other day, it was so funny. My daughter watches so many YouTube tutorials and videos. She was unboxing the My Little Pony ColourPop collection, and I thought to myself, 'I wish I was recording this,' because her reaction was so funny. 'And then she did makeup on the My Little Pony that they gave and she said, 'Mom, I want to do a YouTube video,' Kim said.
Kanye isn't however keen on the idea and Kim admits she is worried about her daughter being 'exposed' on social media.
'I don't know if it's something she would really want to do ... but it's always a struggle on how much you want to have exposed or how much access you want them to have to social media. 'In the world we live in today, I don't think you ask someone young growing up to not be on social media - that's just cruel. That's like asking someone to not communicate.' 
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"Don't let family people talk push you" Timi Dakolo dishes out advise on relationships and marriage

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Singer, Timi Dakolo took to his IG page to give advise on relationship and marriage. He advised couples not to get married until they are both ready. He also told ladies that it is ok to ask guys to define the relationship. Read what he wrote below

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Photos: The person behind these weird pencil drawings of celebs should be locked up!

Photos: The person behind these weird pencil drawings of celebs should be locked up!



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Photos: The person behind these weird pencil drawings of celebs should be locked up!
Photos: The person behind these weird pencil drawings of celebs should be locked up!
Photos: The person behind these weird pencil drawings of celebs should be locked up!
Photos: The person behind these weird pencil drawings of celebs should be locked up!
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Dear Falz & DJ Cuppy, should we be expecting a romantic relationship between you both in the future?

Dear Falz & DJ Cuppy, should we be expecting a romantic relationship between you both in the future?

Musician Falz TheBahdGuy pictured with Billionaire oil mogul, Femi Otedola's daughter, DJ Cuppy at her Ranch themed birthday party days ago. He shared the photo via his Instagram page minutes ago. We'll be watching!
Dear Falz & DJ Cuppy, should we be expecting a romantic relationship between you both in the future?
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BankyW laughs and cautions fan who claims that her friend is indeed selling tickets to his wedding

BankyW laughs and cautions fan who claims that her friend is indeed selling tickets to his wedding

Some Nigerians actually believe that tickets are being sold to attend BankyW's traditional wedding to Nollywood actress, Adesua Etomi in Lagos this November. The RnB singer who debunked this yesterday, cautioned a fan on Instagram today who claims that her friend is indeed selling tickets. See the comment below..
BankyW laughs and cautions fan who claims that her friend is indeed selling tickets to his wedding
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Mysterious "boom" reported across several counties in Alabama, but no quake was detected

Mysterious "boom" reported across several counties in Alabama, but no quake was detected

Residents in and around Birmingham reported hearing and feeling a very loud boom that shook their homes on Tuesday afternoon. But the United States Geological Survey has not detected an earthquake in the area and there was no explosion or smoke reported. 

The unknown event was reported in Cullman, Walker, St. Clair, Jefferson, Calhoun and Blount Counties. People took to Twitter to report hearing a loud explosion in the Blount County area about noon. Law enforcement agencies were looking for a possible cause but have found no evidence of what caused the sound.
Mysterious "boom" reported across several counties in Alabama, but no quake was detected
The National Weather Service in Birmingham responded to the news by revealing they do not have an answer as to what caused the loud boom but gave likely answers.
They tweeted: "Re: loud boom heard: we do not see anything indicating large fire/smoke on radar or satellite; nothing on USGS indicating an earthquake. We don’t have an answer, and can only hypothesize with you. 1) sonic boom from aircraft; 2) meteorite w/ current Leonid shower?"
Mysterious "boom" reported across several counties in Alabama, but no quake was detected
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Mysterious "boom" reported across several counties in Alabama, but no quake was detected

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Photos of what Zimbabwe looks like today following military takeover

Photos of what Zimbabwe looks like today following military takeover

The atmosphere in Zimbabwe is reportedly tense after the military took over, detained President Robert Mugabe and his wife, then declared that the former vice president will be the interim president in what is being referred to as a 'bloodless transition' of power.
On the streets of Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe, military vehicles were seen blocking the roads outside the parliament as citizens went about their businesses quietly. Armed soldiers in armored personnel carriers stationed themselves at key points in Harare, while Zimbabweans formed long lines at banks in order to draw money amid uncertainty following the so-called 'bloodless transition' of power.

Photos of what Zimbabwe looks like today following military takeover

The military's action came after former vice-president Emmerson Mnangagwa, 75, a veteran of Zimbabwe's 1970s liberation wars, was sacked by Mugabe earlier this month. The dismissal left Mugabe's wife Grace, 52, in prime position to succeed her husband as the next president - a succession strongly opposed by senior ranks in the military. 
Just yesterday, the head of the armed forces Constantino Chiwenga, openly threatened to intervene in politics if Mugabe did not stop removing veterans from government. And true to his words, action was taken today. Deposed vice-president Emmerson Mnangagwa, 75, has now returned from exile to take control.
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Photos of what Zimbabwe looks like today following military takeover

Photos of what Zimbabwe looks like today following military takeover

Photos of what Zimbabwe looks like today following military takeover

Photos of what Zimbabwe looks like today following military takeover

Photos of what Zimbabwe looks like today following military takeover

Photos of what Zimbabwe looks like today following military takeover

Photos of what Zimbabwe looks like today following military takeover

Photos of what Zimbabwe looks like today following military takeover

Photos of what Zimbabwe looks like today following military takeoverPhotos of what Zimbabwe looks like today following military takeoverPhotos of what Zimbabwe looks like today following military takeoverPhotos of what Zimbabwe looks like today following military takeover
Photos of what Zimbabwe looks like today following military takeover

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Robert Mugabe's wife Grace 'flees Zimbabwe for Namibia' after military take over

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Grace Mugabe, the wife of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, has reportedly fled the country for neighboring Namibia following the crisis in the country.
Although, it's unclear how Mrs. Mugabe was able to escape from the country.
Her husband, Robert Mugabe is said to be under house arrest in Harare, after the Zimbabwean military took control of the government including the national state broadcaster ZBC.
In a statement read live on state television, Major General Gen Sibusiso Moyo said Mr. Mugabe and his family are "safe and sound and their security is guaranteed".
Eddie Cross, an MP from the main opposition party, Movement for Democratic Change, said he understood the First Lady was now in Namibia. 
A representative for the ruling Zanu-PF party also said he believed she was no longer in Zimbabwe.
The ruling party also confirmed this morning that President Robert Mugabe, who has ruled the country for over 37 years, since independence from the UK, has been removed from power and his former vice president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, who he sacked some days back, has been installed as an interim president.


Source: UK Independent 
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'Robert Mugabe is under house arrest' South African president, Jacob Zuma, says



South African president, Jacob Zuma, says he spoke to ousted Zimbabwean president, Robert Mugabe, who told him he is currently under house arrest. 


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5 dead after a gunman sprays bullets into a school while terrorizing a Northern California town

5 dead after a gunman sprays bullets into a school while terrorizing a Northern California town



Five people were killed, including the suspected gunman, in a shooting Tuesday morning near an elementary school in a small rural community of California, about 190 kilometers north of the state capital of Sacramento. 

Several people were also injured, including three minors, as multiple shots were fired in Rancho Tehama. It is believed that the bloody incident, which lasted for about 45 minutes, might have been triggered by a domestic dispute. The gunman, in his 50s, drove out of home after a quarrel in the morning, then shot at people along the street randomly. At one point, he terrorized a local elementary school. Witnesses said he crashed through the school’s gates with his truck and opened fire, spraying walls and classrooms with bullets. Teachers and other adults on campus frantically got the students under desks.

The gunman's deadly rampage through rural Rancho Tehama was stopped when police rammed his vehicle and exchanged shots in a fierce gun battle, authorities said. Tehama County assistant sheriff Phil Johnston said that two children were among the wounded. He said police received a call at about 8:00 a.m. reporting that multiple shots were fired at the school. The policemen found a semi-automatic rifle and two handguns at the scene. He added that the school was cleared, and the children who were attending school were moved to a safe location.
"I am told the suspected shooter is deceased by law enforcement bullets," said the deputy. 
He added: "We have about 100 law enforcement personnel in Rancho Tehama, working on at least five scenes."

5 dead after a gunman sprays bullets into a school while terrorizing a Northern California town

Johnston said the gunman killed a man and a female neighbor he had an ongoing feud with. He said the gunman’s dispute with neighbors may have sparked the violence.
"I think the motive of getting even with his neighbors and when it went that far — he just went on a rampage," Johnston speculated.
According to the local Redding Record Searchlight newspaper, five people were killed in the mass shooting and at least ten wounded people including children had been sent to three hospitals in north California. The report said
Brian Flint, a young man told the Redding Record Searchlight that the suspect was a known felon and often harassed him and the other neighbors. Flint said in video clips posted online by the newspaper that he got a call in the morning that his roommate was injured, his truck had been stolen, and his neighbor was identified as the gunman. 
"The crazy thing is that the neighbor has been shooting a lot of bullets lately, hundreds of rounds, large magazines. We made it aware that this guy is crazy and he's been threatening us," Flint said.

5 dead after a gunman sprays bullets into a school while terrorizing a Northern California town

The authorities refused to disclose the identity of the shooter but the sister of the gunman confirmed his identity as Kevin Janson Neal, 44. Sheridan Orr, of North Carolina, told Los Angeles Times that her brother had a history of mental illness and episodes of rage.
"There are certain people that do not need guns, and my brother was clearly one of them," she said.
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Robert Mugabe's wife Grace 'flees Zimbabwe for Namibia' after military take over

Robert Mugabe

Grace Mugabe, the wife of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, has reportedly fled the country for neighboring Namibia following the crisis in the country.
Although, it's unclear how Mrs. Mugabe was able to escape from the country.
Her husband, Robert Mugabe is said to be under house arrest in Harare, after the Zimbabwean military took control of the government including the national state broadcaster ZBC.
In a statement read live on state television, Major General Gen Sibusiso Moyo said Mr. Mugabe and his family are "safe and sound and their security is guaranteed".
Eddie Cross, an MP from the main opposition party, Movement for Democratic Change, said he understood the First Lady was now in Namibia. 
A representative for the ruling Zanu-PF party also said he believed she was no longer in Zimbabwe.
The ruling party also confirmed this morning that President Robert Mugabe, who has ruled the country for over 37 years, since independence from the UK, has been removed from power and his former vice president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, who he sacked some days back, has been installed as an interim president.


Source: UK Independent 
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Photos: Senator Ali Ndume, returns to the Senate

Photos: Senator Ali Ndume, returns to the Senate

Senator Ali Ndume this morning arrived the Senate chamber to assume duties as Senator representing Borno South Senatorial District after serving his mandatory six months suspension. The Senate suspended Ndume in Marchafter he called for an investigation into the allegations of corruption leveled against Senate President, Bukola Saraki and Dino Melaye.
A Federal High Court in Abuja last week, ordered that Ndume is recalled back to the Senate as his suspension was illegal. 

Photos: Senator Ali Ndume, returns to the Senate
Photos: Senator Ali Ndume, returns to the Senate

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'I didn’t know my ministers, other top government officials before appointing them' President Buhari says



President Buhari says most of the people he appointed as Ministers and government officials in November 2015 were people he did not know from Adam. He disclosed this when he spoke at the state dinner held in his honor in Abakaliki, Ebonyi state last night.
'Some of the people holding high positions in the government, like my ministers, will tell you that I didn’t know them from Adam. I just came across their names from the records and I worked with the records. I thank God that I have a very good team' he said.
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Photos from 'Justice League' Premiere as Ludacris and his wife Eudoxie join newlyweds Jason & Lisa Bonet Momoa at the event

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On Monday 'Justice League' was premiered at The Dolby Theater in Hollywood, California and it was attended by famous celebrities. Power couples Chris “Ludacris” Bridges and Eudoxie Bridges and newlyweds Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet Momoa were in attendance.
Jason and Lisa stole more of the attention on the red carpet following the actor's recent interview where he revealed that he secretly got married to his girlfriend of 12 years last month in Topanga Canyon, just outside Los Angeles.
Photos from The couple who have two children together obtained their marriage license at the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk’s office on October 2.
Other stars at the premiere included Amber Heard, Gal Gadot, Ray Fisher, Ben Affleck, Paul & Julie Pierce, Henry Cavill, Ezra Miller, Gary Clark Jr., Nicole Trunfio, and many others.
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