Friday, 19 April 2019

In taraba;22 killed in crises between Tiv and jukun

At least 22 persons are feared killed in fresh
attacks between ethnic Jukun and Tiv
communities of Wukari local government area
in southern Taraba State, residents and local
officials have said.
The two communities have been at war in the
last three weeks, resulting in the loss of lives
and property.
Witnesses said a Tiv militia stormed Wukari’s
suburbs around 7 p.m on Friday.
A resident, Bwacha David, said the attackers
who were over 200 caught the villagers
Mr David said the attackers set many houses
on fire. ‘’They killed more than 10 persons
and burnt many houses,” he said.
The chairman of the local government, Adi
Daniel, confirmed the attack.
“We just woke up with another fresh attack
by suspected Tiv militias who struck at the
suburbs of Wukari. We are being provoked
now to retaliate because we cannot keep
silent while people continue to attack us.
‘’This is the eighth attack on us by Tiv militias
in the recent time. Over 22 people were killed
and we didn’t kill even an insect.
‘’And today’s attack is coming after last
Monday’s peace meeting,’’ the local
government boss said.
However, Orbee Uchiv, a Tiv leader, alleged
that Jukun militia first attacked the Tiv.
‘’On Monday, the Deputy Governors of Taraba
and Benue met together with the Aku Uka
and Tor Tiv. The political and traditional
leaders sued for peace.
‘’Unfortunately, in the wee hours of Tuesday,
Vaase, a border town was attacked and more
than seven people were killed again. On the
night of Wednesday, Tse Kaakigh village was
completely razed. The security agencies
visited the place to assess the level of
“Last night, Ikyaior village came under attack.
In all these attacks, it was claimed the Fulani
were the ones attacking the Tiv. We are
“Just yesterday, they (Jukuns) killed a nursing
mother at the suburb of Wukari and we are
being pushed to the wall.
“The Federal government should urgently step
in to restore peace,’’ he said.
Police spokesperson in the state, David Misal,
confirmed the attacks but could not give
“I was called by some residents and informed
me about the attack. But I am yet to be
briefed by the DPO or area command, so I
cannot speak on the casualties, and presently
I am in church for Easter,” Mr Misal said.

In Anambra; man pour's wife acid after she demanded for divorce

A middle aged man, Mr.
Onyeachonam Chinwuba has bathed
his wife Mrs. Añurika Chinwuba with
a substance suspected to be acid
for demanding for divorce.
Chinwuba who hails from Mmiata-
Anam, in Anambra West Local
Government of Anambra State was
said to have done the damage
shortly after the couple left the
office of the State Commissioner
for Children and Women Affairs,
Lady Ndidi Mezue, where their
marital differences were being
Mrs. Chinwuba was said to have
accused her husband of living a
questionable life and sought for
divorce, and both had visited the
Ministry on Tuesday and early
Wednesday, according to the
Commissioner who also sat with
them in discussion.
According to eye witnesses,
including the mother of the victim,
it was after the couple and those
with them left the Ministry but still
within the environs that the
husband brought out a bottle
containing the harmful substance,
which he hid in his clothes, and
poured the content on the wife.
The woman was said to have fallen
and began to scream as the
substance caused serious burns on
her face down her body.
The eyewitnesses said some staff of
the Ministry, upon hearing the
screaming, rushed to the scene and
assisted the victim to the
Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu
University Teaching Hospital, Awka.
The doctor handling her case, who
spoke on condition of anonymity,
said the substance had caused
severe damage to the woman’s skin,
adding that the patient was
receiving treatments and would be
taken to the plastic surgery unit
for further medical attention.
Confirming the victims admission in
the hospital, the Public Relations
Officer of COOUTH, Miss Henrietta
Agbai said that the state
government was aware of the her
case and advised couples to settle
their family problems amicable than
taking laws into their hands.
Meanwhile, the Commissioner, Lady
Mezue, had visited the victim at the
hospital and promised to support
When contacted, the State Police
Public Relations Officer, Haruna
Mohammed said Mr. Chinwuba had
been arrested by the police and
would be charged to court soon

Buhari signs New minimum wage into law

After a long wait, President
Muhammadu Buhari has finnaly
signed the National Minimum Wage
Bill into law.
The Senate had on March 19 passed
the bill, approving N30,000 as the
new national minimum wage.
The House of Representatives had
earlier passed the bill before the
National Assembly went on recess to
enable the lawmakers to participate
in the 2019 general elections.
Workers in the Federal Capital
Territory had on Tuesday, begged
President Buhari to sign the
Minimum Wage Bill submitted to
him by the National Assembly on
March 27, into law before Workers
Day on May 1.

Passion For Healing: Natural Ways Of Improving Your Health As a Student In IMSU

Williams Uwakwe otherwise known as @medicallywillz, a medicine and surgery student of Imo state University is on a march doing his campaign titled "knowledge against cancer".

It has seen many minds being enlightened as to what causes cancer and how to be free of it. Cancer is a terminal sickness ravaging nearly half of the world's population.

He says "fruits is the food and leaves are the medicine" he is the co founder of the "Prime health initiative". 

Here are tips to remain strong even as a student from the stable of @medicallywillz

 Eat Healthy diet. 


 Get enough sleep.

 Wash your hands.

 Don't smoke. 

 Avoid caffeine and sugary drinks. 

 Get a flu shot.

 Drink lots of water.

Student Group Donates Waste Bin Basket To IMSU, Promises Free-WIFI Setup And More

In the bid to fast tracking the 'keep IMSU clean' initiative, a front line student support team known as "TEAM ACTIVE" has donated about 47 waste bin basket to Imo State University and promised to set up free browsing facility for students as part of their support to the current administration of Prof. (Mrs) Adaobi Obasi. 

The Coordinator of the team, Cmrd. Chimaobi Alfred popularly known as "ACTIVE", said that the gesture was unprecedented and initiated to alleviate the cost burdensome on the shoulders of the school Management. He called on other public spirited individuals, teams and corporate organisations to emulate them. 

The distribution of the donated materials started from the school main gate to faculties, from lecture halls to offices. 

The coordinator of the team Alfred Promise, a microbiologist and a 300L student attributed the success to team spirit and pledged to keep playing an active role in the school as it is the bedrock to developing future leaders of tomorrow.

Sunday, 14 April 2019

We have no plan to remove subsidy. Finance minister said

The minister of finance clarified its
The Minister of Finance, Mrs . Zainab
Ahmed , said this on Sunday at the
briefing by the Nigerian delegation on
the outcome of their meetings with
investors and institutions at the IMF /
World Bank meetings in Washington
Ahmed spoke in reaction to IMF ’s
advice to federal government to
remove fuel subsidy, which might have
led to panic buying in the country .
“ There is no imminent plan to remove
subsidy. IMF said that fuel subsidy is
better removed so that we can use the
resources for other important sectors .
“ In principle, It’ s a good suggestion, but
in Nigeria we don’ t have any plans to
remove fuel subsidy at this time
because we have not yet designed
buffers that will enable us remove the
subsidy and provide cushions for our
“ So there is no plan to remove fuel
“ We will be working with various
groups to find an alternative if we have
to remove it . We are not yet at the
point of removing fuel subsidy yet, ” she
Ahmed described the outing in
Washington DC as a successful one ,
which provided Nigeria with the
opportunity to review developments in
the global economy and proffer
potential solutions.
She said that the general advice for
Nigeria is to prioritise cost - effective
policies that would increase resilience
to shocks , boost productivity and raise
incomes of the bottom 40 per cent of
the population .
“ In my capacity as representative of 23
African countries, I addressed the IMFC
and issued a statement calling for
normalisation of trade relations among
the contending parties and called for
concerted efforts to supporting
multilaterism and avoid protectionist
“ At the G- 24 meeting, I drew the
attention of the World Bank to some of
the challenges we face in implementing
our portfolio like the implementation
of the new environmental and social
safeguards framework which tends to
slow down implementation of our
infrastructure projects .
“ My engagement at the IMFC also
focused on the global policy agenda .
“ Governors underscored the
importance of strengthening market
competition, encouraging innovation,
tackling weak governance and
corruption and meeting the SDGs.
“ Governors underlined the importance
of strengthening international
coordination and cooperation to tackle
shared challenges , given the potentially
damaging effects of trade tensions on
global economic developments , and
impact of natural disasters on
developing countries ,” she said.

We have enough fuel in the country. Petroleum minister assures Nigerians

Report from News agency of Nigeria.

Dr .Ibe Kachikwu, The Minister of State for Petroleum
Resources, on Sunday
assured Nigerians that there is
sufficient Premium Motor Spirit (petrol)
in the country .

In an Interview with the
News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos , Minister Kachikwu said
that the country had gone past the era
of fuel scarcity and urged motorists to
desist from panic buying .
“ I can say that there shouldn’ t be any
reason for fuel scarcity , we have gone
past the era of fuel scarcity.
“ NNPC informed me when I made
inquires that they imported enough .
“ Yesterday, I saw a few pockets of
scarcity in Abuja , but I was told that it
was Petroleum Equalisation Fund (PEF)
related distribution issues , and it will
be sorted out as soon as possible ..
“ So, it is not an issue of lack of
sufficiency , I am told they have about
28 day’ s sufficiency , two weeks ago ,
they presently have between 14 and 15
days product sufficiency , ’’ he said.
The minister noted that the 28 days
sufficiency was okay based on 50
million litres daily utilisation in the
country .
“ I don ’t expect to see a scarcity , I just
expect them to work hard over the next
few days to deal with whatever logistic
issue they have. I will be working with
NNPC on that , ’’ he added
On queues building up in some filling
stations in Lagos and Abuja , he
maintained that the country was wet
enough to serve the needs of motorists .
“ I haven ’t visited Lagos cities , but the
information I have is that there is
enough product on ground and we
should be able to deal with whatever it
“ The problem with fuel scarcity is that
if you allow it to last for three days ,
then it builds up a life of its own.
“ That is what I have enforced NNPC to
do to make sure that it is resolved, ’’ he
Kachikwu noted that it would had been
a major issue for the country if there
was insufficient product on ground but
assured that NNPC would be able to
resolve whatever the situation was in a
few days.
A check by NAN on Sunday in Abuja ,
revealed that there were no queues in
most filling stations along Airport road
and Kubwa expressway.
Powered by Ru NAN reports that at NNPC outlet, Conoil
and NIPPCO filling stations along
airport road , motorists were buying
fuel with ease, except at the NNPC
mega station at the Central business
district, which a short queue .
A taxi driver , Johnson Adio said “ this is
not a serious queue , I spent just 20
minutes before buying , it is normal
with this station because a lot of people
like buying from them .
“ It was on Friday that we had a little
problem, but it is okay now, ” he said.
Also, along the Kubwa Express way,
there was no queue at AA Rano filling
station, Shema , Mobil and NNPC
stations .
NAN also reports that only few filling
stations like DAN oil along the airport
and the Kubwa express way were
(NAN )

Inspector Dania Ojo has been Declared wanted by the Nigerian police over killing of Ada ifanyi in Lagos state. Five others were arrested

Operatives of the Lagos State Police
Command have arrested five Police
officers and declared an Inspector ,
Dania Ojo , wanted , for allegedly
shooting dead a girl , Ada Ifeanyi , in the
Apapa area of Lagos State .
One Emmanuel Akomafuwa was said to
have sustained life - threatening injuries
as a result of the shooting that killed
the 20- year - old girl .
The policemen arrested were identified
as: Inspector Adamu Usman , Sergeant
Adeyeye Adeoye , Sergeant Kashim
Tijani, Sergeant Lucky Akigbe and,
Sergeant Paul Adeoye .
The state ’ s Police Public Relations
Officer, Bala Elkana, said the Police
officers were already facing internal
disciplinary actions at the Command ’s
headquarters, adding that if found
wanting, they would be prosecuted in
conventional court for murder .
Elkana said in a Press statement , “ The
Commissioner of Police Lagos State ,
Zubairu Muazu, has ordered the
immediate arrest and detention of
Police officers suspected to be involved
in the shooting of Ada Ifeanyi , 20, of
No. 4 B, Amusa Lane , Off Ojo Road
Ajegunle; and Emmanuel Akomafuwa,
32, of No. 52, Babatunde Street , Olodi
Apapa, at Akpiri Street, Olodi Apapa .
“ The incident happened on Saturday,
April 13, 2019 around 7 am .
“ The victims were rushed to the
hospital and Ada Ifeanyi was confirmed
dead, while Emmanuel Akomafuwa is
currently on admission , receiving
treatment from the injury he sustained
as a result of the shooting.
“ Members of the team suspected to be
involved in the shooting are from
Trinity Police Station and are currently
facing internal disciplinary proceedings
at the Command ’s Headquarters, Ikeja .
“ Their rifles have been retrieved for
forensic analysis by ballisticians . If
found wanting, they will be prosecuted
in conventional court for murder.
“ The policemen arrested are : Inspector
Adamu Usman, Sergeant Adeyeye
Adeoye , Sergeant Kashim Tijani ,
Sergeant Lucky Akigbe and Sergeant
Paul Adeoye ; while Inspector Dania Ojo ,
who escaped immediately after the
shooting incident , has been declared
wanted by the Command .”
Elkana, who condemned the rate at
which policemen have been involved in
the killing of unarmed civilians, said CP
Mu’azu had expressed his deepest
condolences to the bereaved family,
adding that the Command , in its effort
to rid the Force off ‘criminal elements,’
subjects any officer found culpable to
disciplinary measures , dismissal and
prosecution in a convention court.
The PPRO added , “ Lagos State Police
Command condemned in total these
senseless killings of unarmed civilians
by a few ‘ bad eggs ‘ in the Command ,
who are bent on denting the image and
reputation of the nation ’ s Police Force.
“ The Command will not relent in its
efforts in ridding the Force of these
criminal elements.
Powered by Ru “ Those involved in extra - judicial
killings and abuse of power are
promptly identified , isolated, tried
through internal disciplinary
proceedings, dismissed from service
and prosecuted in conventional Courts .
“ Within the last one month , Lagos State
Police Command has dismissed four
policemen for abuse of power and
awarded various degrees of
punishments to 41 others .
“ The four dismissed policemen were
charged to court and remanded in
prison custody .
“ Our collective resolve in building a
more humane , professional , dedicated,
courageous and people- oriented Police
Force is a task that must be done and
together, we can make it a reality .
“ The Commissioner of Police extends
the Command ’ s deepest condolences to
the family and friends of Ada Ifeanyi,
and promised to foot the medical bills
of Emmanuel Akomafuwa.
“ The CP calls for calm, as the Command
will leave no stone unturned in
ensuring that justice prevails .

Nigerian police allegedly killed a girl and left her boyfriend injured. Neglect the social media claims that Jessy Gold was the victim of the Ajegunle incident

A 20- year - old lady, Ada ifeanyi and a 33-year-old man, Emmanuel Akomafuwa, who was identified as Ada's beau
has been shot in Ajegunle area of

This is contrary to the social media
claim that the murdered lady was one
Jessy Gold whose photographs have
been uploaded on many social media
handles such as Twitter and Facebook ,
with accompanying RIP messages.
Police gave the address of Ada Ifeanyi
as No . 4 B, Amusa Lane , Off Ojo Road
Ajegunle; and that of Emmanuel
Akomafuwa as No. 52, Babatunde
Street, Olodi Apapa , at Akpiri Street,
Olodi Apapa.
“ The incident happened on Saturday,
April 13, 2019 around 7am ,” Police said;
contrary to social media allegations that
they were shot at night while they were
returning from a club.
According to reports , Ada died as a
result of the shooting, while Emmanuel,
suspected to be her beau , sustained
grievous injuries and doctors are
currently battling to save his life .
Operatives from the Trinity Police
Station in Ajegunle, Lagos , were alleged
to be responsible for the attacks .
In a tweet via his verified Twitter
handle at midnight , Nigerian rapper
and actor, Ruggedman @ RuggedyBaba,
alleged that “ Men of the Nigerian Police
have killed another innocent Nigerian
youth .
“ They killed a 20- year old girl in
Ajegunle, while the boy that was with
her was also shot and is fighting for his
life .”
The tweet was accompanied by
gruesome images of the victims .

Another individual , VyralClips , tweeted
that operatives from the Trinity Police
Station in Ajegunle were responsible.
The policemen reportedly chased and
caught up with them , leading to their
shooting by the policemen .

Helen paul reveals that her birth was a product of RAPE. A must read

Nigerians were shocked when popular
comedienne , Helen Paul , revealed that
she was a product of rape while
celebrating the doctorate degree she
recently got from the University of
Lagos .
In an encounter with Sunday Scoop,
Helen Paul said she didn’ t regret
sharing the true story of her birth . She
stated, “ I chose the occasion to reveal
the story of my birth because I
dedicated the degree to my mother.
There is time for everything and I felt it
was time to tell the world . Apparently ,
it ’s not even my story ; it ’s my mother ’s .
I am humbled and grateful to God for
seeing me through the programme .
Everyone was happy for me in my
family. Even when I finished secondary
school, everyone was excited for me.
We celebrate each other in my
household .”
Paul said despite her father’s
misconduct at the time, she had never
held any grudge against him . She
stated, “ I am on good terms with my
father. Is there anyone who doesn ’ t
have a cordial relationship with his or
her father? That can only happen if you
are a terrible child . Regardless of what
your father might have done to you in
the past , your father remains your
father. If I said I was not affected by it
while growing up , that wouldn’ t be
honest . It could affect anyone but I used
my situation to my advantage . It
inspired me to always do more and be
the best , instead of being depressed .”
Helen Paul also stated that she was not
done with learning, arguing that once
one stopped learning, the person would
stop functioning . She said, “ I like to
learn ; so , I will keep learning.
Tomorrow, don ’t be surprised if you
see me learning tailoring or
hairdressing. However, there was a
time I really wanted to give up while
studying for my doctorate degree but I
had the right people around me. In life ,
you cannot do it on your own; you need
certain people around you to achieve

Kidnappers of channel Tv staff has been arrested by Nigerian police. Read more........

The Nigerian Police in Abuja has announced the arrest
of three persons suspected to have been involved
in the kidnap of the Channel Television’s staff, Mr
Friday Okeregbe on March 22.

The police, in a statement on Sunday morning
by the Force Public Relations Officer, DCP
Frank Mba, said its investigation revealed
that the journalist,who was kidnapped at
Lugbe area of the Federal Capital
Territory,Abuja, was not the original target
of the kidnappers.
The Police reports ,a locally made revolver gun, three live
AK47 ammunitions, a battle axe, phones and
masks with which they blindfold their victims were recovered from the culprits.

“Effort is being intensified to arrest other
members of the gang still at large,”it said.
The full statement read thus:”In line with the
IGP’s stated commitment to curb all forms of
crimes and criminality, especially incidences of
kidnapping and other violent crimes in the
country, Police Operatives attached to Operation
Puff Adder, acting on intelligence report, on 9th
April, 2019 at about 6:30am arrested three
notorious persons involved in the kidnap of
Channels Television’s staff, Mr. Friday Okeregbe.
“The suspects: Hanniel Patrick ‘m’ 29years from
Akwa Ibom State, Abdulwahab Isah ‘m’ 28years
and Salisu Mohammed ‘M’ 32years both from
Kogi State have made useful statement to the
“Meanwhile, investigation reveals that Mr. Friday
Okeregbe was not originally the intended target
of the vicious criminals.
“However, on that fateful day, 22nd March, 2019,
at 07:45PM, he was kidnapped when the
kidnappers saw him parking his vehicle at a
location in Lugbe, Abuja. Investigation further
reveals that the victim was taken to the
kidnappers’ den somewhere in Karimo, Abuja and
kept incommunicado afterwards.
“The Police have also recovered from the
kidnappers a locally made revolver gun, three live
AK47 ammunitions, a battle axe, phones and
masks with which they blindfold their victims.
Effort is being intensified to arrest other members
of the gang still at large.
Violent Herdsmen Attacks Threaten
Nigeria’s Stability
“Meanwhile, the IGP has reassured the general
public that the Police and other security agencies
are doing everything humanly possible to tame
the challenges of kidnapping and other heinous
crimes across the country.
“He however enjoins them to always avail the
Police with useful information that will help in
realizing these objectives.”

NLC blast FG on removal of IMF's petroleum subsidy

The Nigerian labour congress chairman. Mr Ayuba Wabba, gave this advice
at a news conference on Saturday in Abuja.
The news conference was tagged: “Public
Declaration of Nigeria’s Host of the 6th African
Meeting of Solidarity with Cuba, Sept. 23 to Sept.
25 and Inauguration of Local Organising
Committee (LOC).
Wabba said that the continued devaluation of the
Nigerian currency had created the impression of
the existence of subsidy.
He said that as long as the value of the Naira
was left to market forces, the issue of subsidy
would continue in the country.
The NLC leader urged that efforts should be
made by the government to upgrade the nation’s
“As President of the International Trade Union
Confederation (ITUC), I recently led organised
labour across the world to a meeting with the
IMF and the World Bank.
“I told them point blank that their one-stop
recommendation on subsidy removal and other
sundry policy recommendations to the third world
are not working and will not work.”
He said that there was no country in the world
where IMF’s recommendations had worked “or
are working.’’
According to Wabba, Nigeria should be cautious
in considering the options suggested by the IMF.
‘’I saw that many media houses are trying to
amplify that the IMF has recommended that
subsidy should be removed.
“In the first instance, is there a subsidy? This is
a question we have not been able to answer.
“And I want to corroborate with what President
Buhari said years back that subsidy is actually
corruption and that whoever is subsidising is
aiding corruption and we stand by that position.
“In fact, that has remained a consistent position
of NLC. We can kill that issue of subsidy if we
refine our products for our domestic use and it is
not rocket science.

“Very soon, we are going to forward a document
to the government on that,’’ he stated.
He noted that “countries like Venezuela are
celebrated because they stood their ground on
policies that must work for the people and not
for the capitalist.’’
According to him, our own case is a sorry one
and the situation is even laughable.
“You own crude oil, you pay for it to be extracted
from the ground, you pay for it to be taken
outside to be refined, you pay for the tax to
where you took it to and you also pay to bring it
back to your country for consumption.
”This is simply the pathetic story of Nigeria. God
Almighty has already given us this resource in
abundance, why should our citizens have to suffer
to get it for use?
“In the first place, we should only be talking
about subsidy if actually, we do not produce this
“But whereas we are producing it and in
abundance in that matter, yet we suffer like we
don’t even own a drop of it.
“This is the shameful ordeal Nigerians go
through. It is really a funny situation,’’ he said.
Wabba said that if petroleum was refined in the
country, the word “subsidy’’ would be a thing of
the past.
On the public declaration of Nigeria as the host
of the forthcoming meeting, the NLC president
said: “We must never forget the sacrifice of
Cuban people for the liberation of most African
“And also for decades, Nigerians have been
beneficiaries of Cuban government scholarships
and education, most especially in the medical
field,’’ he said.
Also speaking, Mr Carlos Trejo, Cuban
Ambassador to Nigeria, commended the NLC
and the Nigerian government for their continued
support to ensure the freedom of the Cuban
Trejo said that Cuba has constantly been attacked
due to their support to the Venezuela government
to stand on policies that must work for the
“We will never abandon the duty to act in
solidarity with Venezuela. So we will continue to
call for support for our sovereignty from African
countries, among others that can support us,” he
said. (NAN)

Saturday, 13 April 2019

VIDEO + AUDIO : Reyna - Onye Na enweghi Mgbanwe (He That Changes Not)

After the successful launching of her debut album, popular gospel artiste Reyna is back with yet another scintillating and heart rending music titled ONYE NA ENWEGHI MGBANWE (He That Changes Not). With a fusion of modern day rhythm and melody the song sets the mood for worship and praise.

Thursday, 11 April 2019

Guys in shrine are better than Church guys in a relationship – Lepacious Bose

Comedienne Lepacious Bose has stated that guys in shrine are better and safer than Church guys when it comes to relationship these days.

Lepacious Bose: Guys in shrine are better than Church guys in a relationship
According to her, ladies who are in a relationship with a guy from a shrine already know what they signed up for, unlike the uncertainty that comes with church guys.
Lepacious Bose made this known on Instagram where she shared a picture which shows how lovers of old shoot their shot at each other, unlike how we have it now with social media.
She wrote:

Kelechi Iheanacho Rated Among Worst Performers For Leicester City

Kelechi Iheanacho has emerged as the club’s fifth worst performer of the 2018/19 season. According to top football website,, the 22-year-old is rated 21st out of 25 players currently starring for the former Premier League champions.

Wednesday, 10 April 2019

Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos)

A man identified as Emeka Nzelu from Ozubulu,Anambra State has been shot dead in South Africa.Another victim was also seen struggling for his life on the ground. It is unclear who shot him but the person who shared the photos blamed Ozubulu people for the killing of their brothers in South Africa.

See more photos after the cut....

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