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Nigerian Man buries father in brand new BMW

Nigerian man buries father in brand new BMW

NIGERIAN MAN BURIES FATHER IN BRAND NEW BMW

Gives a new meaning to ‘underground car park’

Published 13 June 2018 – By James Allen

A RECENTLY deceased man in Nigeria has been buried in an unusual alternative to a conventional coffin: a brand new BMW X5.

Claimed to have cost 32m Naira (roughly £66,310 at current exchange rates), the BMW X5 burial car was allegedly part of a promise made by the man’s son. According to reports, the wealthy Nigerian had pledged to one day buy a brand new car for his father —

with the BMW burial car being his way of honouring that vow.        Continue reading

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Guyana: Land Co-op formed to reclaim Bachelors Adventure backlands

Land Co-op formed to reclaim Bachelors Adventure backlands

March 20, 2018 – Kaieteur News –By Feona Morrison

Residents of Bachelors Adventure, East Coast Demerara, want to reclaim ancestral backlands which they say were stolen by Booker Sugar Estate in the 1950s. And to do this, the residents on Sunday formed the Bachelors Adventure Land Co-op Society. They had gathered for a meeting at the Paradise Primary School, East Coast Demerara.

In their first efforts at repossessing the lands, members of the Land Co-op disclosed that they will write to President David Granger, the Land Select Committee, the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GUYSUCO) and National Industrial and Commercial Investments Limited (NICIL).  Continue reading

Ghana’s autistic models turn heads and win awards – BBC News

Ghana’s autistic models turn heads and win awards – BBC News

These autistic teenage girls have become successful models in Ghana, where they have won awards and been made brand ambassadors for a water company in Ghana.

The BBC went to see Yacoba Tete-Marmon, Nana Ohenewaa Kuffour and Maame Bema Baffour Awuah strut their stuff……. SEE VIDEO ON LINK BELOW    Continue reading

Zambia bans controversial South African dancer – Zodwa Wabantu

Zambia bans controversial South African dancer

FRIDAY MARCH 2 2018

Zodwa Wabantu, a controversial South African dancer, is popular for her salacious dancing and not wearing panties. PHOTO | INTERNET SOURCES

Zodwa Wabantu, a controversial South African dancer, is popular for her salacious dancing and not wearing panties. PHOTO | INTERNET SOURCES

In Summary … .   Zodwa, a controversial dancer, is popular in southern Africa for her salacious dancing and not wearing panties.

By MICHAEL CHAWE – The East African – More by this Author

Zambia has barred South African entertainer Zodwa Wabantu from entering the country to “avoid corrupting public morals”.

National Guidance and Religious Affairs Minister Godfridah Sumaili told state-run newspaper The Times of Zambia that the government would not allow Zodwa to “strut her stuff anywhere in the country”.

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Guyana obtained LANDUKAPAAR……..LOOSELY TRANSLATED MEANS ME- NAA- GEE

Guyana obtained LANDUKAPAAR……..LOOSELY TRANSLATED MEANS ME- NAA- GEE

Republican status February 23, 1970 and it was party, party, party here , there and everywhere except in Victoria. Victoria was suffering from PTSD after a period of some slight misfortunes.  Truth be told Victoria used to be 70 percent black and 25 percent Indians and another five percent were dominated by the Portuguese.

The Indians were violently up rooted and had to scant and disperse to neighboring towns and villages and the Portuguese left voluntarily for Canada and the Pomeroon an in some instances Brazil where from a distance, the grass looked greener but landukapaar.      Continue reading

FORTY EXCEPTIONAL YEARS WITHOUT EXCEPTION FOR REMI AND BERNETA LONDON

FORTY EXCEPTIONAL YEARS WITHOUT EXCEPTION FOR REMI AND BERNETA LONDON

Christmas is the favorite time of year for both Berneta and Remington London. This is the time of year 40 years ago that they got married at the St Augustine Anglican Church in their hometown of Buxton presided over by Canon Hemerding.

The union has produced five career oriented children and as a token of appreciation for the exceptional relationship between and among them all, the children sponsored a brunch at the EMERALD BALLROOM in Freehold New Jersey on Saturday December 9, 2017.   Continue reading

AUNT RUTH EMPLOYS NEW ATTITUDE AT AGE 95

AUNT RUTH EMPLOYS NEW ATTITUDE AT AGE 95

By Waltie Ainsworth

Ms Ruth Alexander-Jackman a few short days ago in October turned 95. Quite unlike previous birthdays, this time around she is desisting from going to Guyana with husband Charlie and is remaining in Toronto with her only daughter Princess  and her two children this yuletide.

This is the first time in 40 odd years Aunt Ruth is remaining in the snow and avoiding the land that gave her birth  five generations ago. She is originally from  Springlands on the Courantyne but maintains a home and kitchen garden in Georgetown.   Continue reading