**Just greet an old man and he will tell you the story of your generation like;*
Morning Nwam, Bia, Is this not Okechukwu the son of Ebube, the man who raped two girls before getting married to Obiageli the daughter of the palm
wine tapper who fell from a palm tree while staring at the buttocks of Juliana the village famous prostitute who aborted sixteen pregnancies before getting married to Okeke the Dibia man from the neighboring village. Is it not your Grandfather that died of madness?
Nwam, so you have grown so big, Kedu?
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Allie Dowdle says her parents cut off her college fund because her boyfriend is black.
A white high school senior who says her parents cut her off financially after she continued, despite them forbidding it, to date her African-American boyfriend,
“About a year ago, I told my parents that I’d started dating a boy named Michael, pictured with me above,” writes Allie Dowdle, 18, of Eads, Tenn. “Hoping to share him with my family, I showed my parents his picture, and the conversation was over before it even began. My dad did not give me an option: he told me that I was not allowed to see Michael ever again. Why? Strictly because of skin color. It wasn’t a quiet ‘no,’ either. I’ll never forget the yelling my parents did, when they expressed how disappointed they were in me, that I could do so much better. I did not know what to do.
I couldn’t comprehend how someone could be seen as less because of pigment. I still can’t comprehend it, and I never will be able to.”
After continuing to discreetly date Michael — reportedly a college soccer player named Michael Swift — the couple again approached Dowdle’s parents, she says, who then decided to cut her off.
“As I am 18, my parents have chosen to no longer support my future, stripping me of all my resources including my personal savings, my car, my phone, and my education and leaving me on my own to pay for college,” writes the teen, who shares that she has maintained a 4.0 GPA since ninth grade at her private school and completed a two-month surgery fellowship at a local hospital. “Unfortunately, I will no longer be able to attend college if I cannot come up with the money somehow.” She adds that she’s received some scholarship money, and cannot find a job because she does not have “consistent transportation available.”
Baro went to His Pastor one Hot Monday Night .
Baro: Pastor, the Enemies are after Me!
Pastor: My Son, what is it?
Baro: My Business is going down.
Pastor: Ah! That’s a small issue! Kneel down and let me Pray for you.
Aahhhhh, your business will surely rise Again!
Our church members will buy from you!
My family will buy from you! I will visit to patronize u soon!
Aahhhhh, the neighbors will buy from you.
Aahhhhh, Say Amen.
Baro: Amennnnnnn ooooooh Pastor!
Thank you very much Pastor.
Pastor: You’re welcome my Son.
By the way, what do you sell? So that I can
announce it on Sundays and Weekdays Services.
Baro: Oh Sir, I make and sell Coffins.
Nobody will buy from you!!!
I shall not know your shop!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
My family will Never see your Shop!!!
Our members will never buy from you!!!
I Decree and Declare, that your business will run dry
in Jesus Christ Mighty and Most Powerfull Name…….
SHATTA WALE -MECHANISM
At least five people have reportedly been injured in a clash between supporters of the ruling NDC and main opposition New Patriotic Party at Chereponi in the Northern region.
According Eliasu Tanko Starr News the feud erupted after some NPP supporters who had returned from the party’s final rally in Accra pelted stones at an NDC crowd that had converged at the market square Monday night.
The injured, according to Tanko, have been referred to Mungo, a community in neighboring Togo for treatment.
Gunshots were fired by unknown persons, the District Chief Executive for the area Hajia Mary Nakobu confirmed.
Fidel Castro, Cuba’s former president and leader of the Communist revolution, has died aged 90, state TV has announced.
Fidel Castro ruled Cuba as a one-party state for almost half a century before handing over the powers to his brother Raul in 2008.
His supporters praised him as a man who had given Cuba back to the people. But his opponents accused him of brutally suppressing opposition.
In April, Fidel Castro gave a rare speech on the final day of the country’s Communist Party congress.
He acknowledged his advanced age but said Cuban communist concepts were still valid and the Cuban people “will be victorious”.
Former President Fidel Castro, who led a rebel army to improbable victory in Cuba, embraced Soviet-style communism and defied the power of 10 U.S. presidents during his half century rule, has died at age 90.
Castro’s reign over the island-nation 90 miles from Florida was marked by the U.S.-backed Bay of Pigs invasion in 1961 and the Cuban Missile Crisis a year later that brought the world to the brink of nuclear war. The bearded revolutionary, who survived a crippling U.S. trade embargo as well as dozens, possibly hundreds, of assassination plots, died eight years after ill health forced him to formally hand power over to his younger brother Raul, who announced his death late Friday on state television.