Here is what Donald Trump have to say about Nigeria

*TRUMP HAS SPOKEN AGAIN. JUST THE TRUTH*

“DONALD TRUMP’S SPEECH ON “RISE UP AFRICANS”.

*They are good in nothing else but making noise, dancing, marrying many wives, alcoholism, witchcraft, indulging in sex, pretending in church, jealousy, fighting and complaining of bad leadership; but, yet refuse to take a decisive action and protest to remove the brigands from position of power.*

*Let us all accept the fact that the black man is a symbol of poverty, mental inferiority, laziness and emotional incompetence.To make the matter worse, he can do everything possible to defend his stupidity. Give them money for development and they will fight and create hatred and enmity for themselves. Drill oil wells for them and they will not have peace all the days of their life.*

*See, for instance, what’s happening in Nigeria (a Country blessed with abundant resources), Southern Sudan, Malawi, DRC just to mention at few.*

*”This proves to anybody including a stupid fool that Africans do not know what they want. isn’t that plausible”?*

*”They are like monkeys looking for already ripping banana all over the world!!!.*

*Therefore that the white man is created to rule the black man, Africans will always have day dreams.*

*And here is the creature (black man) that lacks foresight but only sees what is near him and still fails to know what to do”*

*A black man is stupid to the extent that he cannot plan for his life beyond a year. Therefore how can they develop and live longer.*

*”Corruption in the west (And China) is a big abomination, but in Africa, it’s so huge that it is slowly becoming an acceptable way of life!!!.*(Shame, isn’t it?)

*They sing and rejoice to their corrupt political leaders.They worship their scandal-ridden religious leaders like their gods. Lest you forget, these so called Africans are praising, dancing and praying for the people that have impoverished them,and who comes to hide their loot here.*

*Then which fool argues that the black man is not born a beggar, grows a beggar, looks a beggar, falls sick as a beggar and dies a beggar. this has been proven beyond reasoning.*

*I wonder why even up to now most Africans still go to school by force, and those who are at school are are just drug addicts who don’t know what took them there. This is a pregnant stupidity in Africa. The body of Africans is a very fertile ground for all diseases in the world because they don’t fear even HIV/AIDS.*

*This leaves me with a question: Are our eyes created the same with those Africans? I hear there are still cultures in Africa that prohibit them from using latrines which is very annoying.*

*”They cried for independence but have failed to rule themselves”. For sure being African is a very untreatable disease that even prayers are not enough.*

*They have minerals but they cannot do anything with it. Therefore let us (whites) go to Africa and pick what we can pick and leave what is of no use. Poverty is a disease to the whites, but to the blacks it is very normal.*

*”Look at what is currently going on in Nigeria National Assembly. Legislators amending the constitution to favor themselves at the expense of two (200) million Nigerians.

*”Majority of these legislators are treasury looters who are intellectually barren but using the ill gotten wealth to oppress the citizens of that great country”.*

*”What a shame”!*

*Black people with black sense. The worst tragedy in Africa is that if you dare stand up and speak up for what’s right, you may end up regretting.*

*”The few wise and open-minded Africans who have tried to educate these fools about civilization have met the worst.They have been pushed hard on the wall, they have been silenced and others have been killed”.*

*Before I finish, let me tell Africans that before you jump and call me a racist, an anti-blacks or whatever term you may wish to use against me,1st tackle runaway corruption, dreadful terrorism, tribalism, poverty, unemployment, diseases, illiteracy, ignorance, and inequality, that have put your whole continent on the verge of collapse”.*

*”Hate me or love me, I don’t care.I know this is the plain truth which will never see the light of the day to the cowards that are afraid to be told as it is”.*

*By- Donald .J. Trump.*

#RISE#UP#AFRICA

HELP:he sponsored my education and built us a house but I cant marry him cause I don’t love him.

In the last three days. I have not been able to sleep. I have been thinking of how to break the news to this man. It’s even worse because my family loves him too much and would rather disown me than watch me walk away from him.For context, let say I come from a very poor background. We were so poor that my parents made it known early to us that higher education was beyond their capacity. There was no way they could afford to send five children to school at the same time or even at different times. However, they tried their best to ensure that we all went to good secondary schools and graduate with good results.

After my secondary school, I started work as an apprentice at a fashion designer’s place near my house. However, at around the same time, my younger brother was preparing for WAEC, which means my parents had to pay certain dues.

To pay for my apprenticeship in other to avoid embarrassment, I decided to go and work for some times, at least that way I’ll be able to get money to pay up and even buy my own sewing machine.

It was at my place of work that I met a man, yes, he’s married and a Muslim, But he never talked to me like he wanted to marry me or even date me. Because he’s quite young, we really vibe so much that I was able to confide in him. From there, we got talking more and he offered to help me.

After realizing that I had a good WAEC result, he persuaded me to take JAMB and from there I got admission to study an Education course. Although I keep a good record while in school, I still worked on my fashion designing.

In the long run, it was unavoidable that my family wouldn’t know about him. He became a regular visitor in our house. My parents even call him their son to his face, and behind him they refer to him as their son-in-law, there’s no amount of denial from me that could seem to convince them.

I should confess everything; he is familiar with my family to the extent that he built the family a house. Yes, my dad was able to save money to buy a land after many years, but with this man’s help he was able to complete the house when I was in my second year.

With my business which I was able to set up bountifully, thanks to this man too, I have been able to support the family and send my 2 younger siblings to higher institution.

Now, this man who’s been my helper is the source of my dilemma. A few days ago, he was talking about when I’ll like to get married and settle down finally. Mind you, I’m in my final year, and the thought of marriage has crossed my mind more than once, but I never imagined that I’ll be getting married to him, not at any time.

Now, the way he’s talking it’s like he expects me to marry him. I’m not a wicked person because I’m really grateful for all his help. But will I marry a man I don’t love?

Hausa community in Anambra state vows Never to leave the state-see interesting details

Awka- DESPITE alleged directive by a section of the Northern leaders for their indigenes in the South to relocate to the North in view of alleged insecurity challenges, Hausa indigenes in the industrial town of Nnewi have said they were not contemplating relocating from the state.

Recall that some members of the Northern Elders Forum and the Coalition of the Northern Groups had asked Fulani herdsmen to leave the Southern part of Nigeria following alleged threat against them.

But the secretary to the Hausa community in Nnewi, Alhaji Sani Suleman said it would be difficult to leave the Southern part of the country where they had spent decades of their lives and have been living peacefully with their hosts.

According to him, some of them had lived in the region for more than forty years, insisting that anybody calling for their relocation to the North at this time

He said: “We have been living in the East since 1986 and it will not be possible for someone, after settling down in an area for decades, to just wake up and relocate to his state of origin.

“The Almighty Allah that created Nigeria and brought us together knows the reason he did so. One person cannot just break Nigeria for his personal interest.

“As we are living here in Nnewi, so are people from other parts of Nigeria living in the North and there is no way one can just get up and say Easterners go, Northerners go. It is not possible.”

Suleman said no fewer than 5,000 Hausas were residing in Nnewi and its environs, adding that their greatest preoccupation was to secure parcels of land to build mosques, cemetery and market.

“We have secured a piece of land in Nnewi to build a market, though not big enough. We have appealed to Igwe Nnewi, Chief Kenneth Orizu III to help us secure pieces of land for our needs, but he told us that land belongs to government. We have also appealed to the state government to allocate land to us and we are still waiting for government response,” he said.

 

Heartless father: Beat up 4 years old toddler to stuppor for eating his plate of Rice

Idowu Aduragbemi, 45 Has been remanded by an Osogbo Magistrate Court for inflicting trauma and multiple injury on his daughter.

The court was shocked to hear that after the deadly beating Idowu also used a hot pressing iron to burn the girl’s cheek and hand.

Published at: 08:15 AM, 26/03/2019 (26 mins ago)
Author: kacy lee
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