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Clergyman, Kingsley Okonkwo, tackles bridesmaid who took center stage at her friend’s wedding with her boobs-revealing dress

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Clergyman, Kingsley Okonkwo, has reacted to the viral video of a bridesmaid who took center stage at her friend’s wedding with her boobs-revealing dress. 

The pastor in his post tackled the bride, the bridesmaid, the man who sprayed the boobs-revealing bridesmaid as well as the elders at the event. Read his post below 

 No disrespect to the parties involved(this is purely for teaching purposes)

#2–These are my opinions, be free to have yours, as an elder I feel I should address for those that want to learn

To the bride-
* why are you keeping a friend that doesn’t “look” like she’s on same page with you, most of the other girls are decently dressed
* Even if she is your friend does she have to be on your train
* when she arrived half naked, you could have benched her
* She was not only half naked but was dancing with intention, for me – wrong intention

To the half naked friend-
* There’s something called decency, learn it
* There’s social maturity – allow people shine on their day and don’t divert attention even when you can, respect peoples feelings

To the spraying man
* Can we keep lust and foolishness till after the wedding?
* Even if she was your girlfriend, wife or sister, the timing was wrong

To other parents and elders at the event
* Hope one of you corrected the friend and corrected the situation
* Keeping quiet at such means approval and more people will think it’s OK

To the camera man
* Don’t be silly – stay focused if you still want your balance

To me and my IG fam
* What concern us in this matter….. Well good behavior is fast becoming a thing of the past, let’s preserve the small sense still left, Nigeria has lost so much let’s help where we can

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Lebanon mourns Hezbollah protester killed by Israeli fire

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Hundreds of people brandishing Palestinian flags and the yellow colours of Hezbollah gathered in south Lebanon on Saturday for the funeral of a Lebanese protester killed by Israeli fire a day earlier.

Mohamad Kassem Tahan, a member of the Iran-backed Hezbollah movement, had been protesting at the Lebanese border against the Jewish state’s latest assault on the Gaza Strip when he was hit by Israeli shellfire.

That came after a number of young demonstrators had tried to cross into the northern Israeli border town of Metulla, according to Lebanese state media.

On Saturday, Tahan’s hometown of Adloun held a funeral that coincided with the anniversary of the Nakba — the “catastrophe” of the displacement of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians during Israel’s creation in 1948.

Hezbollah fighters in military fatigues carried the 21-year-old’s coffin, wrapped in the movement’s yellow flag, through a crowd of mourners to the sound of pro-Palestinian chants and sporadic gunfire.

“Death to Israel!” they chanted.

“To Jerusalem we will go, and the martyrs will be in the millions!”

Hezbollah, a key enemy of Israel, had declared Tahan a “martyr” on Friday and Lebanese president Michel Aoun condemned a “crime committed by Israeli forces”.

Speaking to AFP at the funeral, Tahan’s friend Karim called him “a very loving young man.”

“He was loved in Adloun. He used to help everyone, even if he was busy,” the 17-year-old said.

Beside him, a group of Tahan’s friends cried on a sofa, while outside, copies of his portrait lined roads leading to the funeral venue.

The funeral came as dozens of pro-Palestinian demonstrators gathered along the southern frontier to commemorate the Nakba and denounce Israeli violence in Gaza and Jerusalem.

Brandishing flags and wearing chequered Palestinian scarves, they gathered at several locations including the Lebanese border towns of Maroun Al-Ras and Adaisseh, according to AFP correspondents in the area.

They were surrounded by Lebanese soldiers who had erected checkpoints and blocked roads leading up to the frontier to avoid any escalation, according to state media.

The ANI state news agency said Palestinian protesters had clashed with security forces blocking their way to the border in the Marjayoun area.

Protesters in the Kfar Kela district near the border climbed a separation wall and hung a Hezbollah and a Palestinian flag from a watchtower, an AFP correspondent said. He also saw them throwing rocks at the wall, and heard gunfire from the Israeli side.

Ahead of Saturday’s protest, an Israeli army spokesperson had warned Lebanon against allowing “rioters” to approach the frontier.

His statement came as the Israeli army claimed it foiled an overnight attempt by a group of Lebanese infiltrators to cross the border near the town of Metulla.

The army said the infiltrators had planted objects believed to be explosives before fleeing back into Lebanon under Israeli fire.

Earlier on Thursday, three rockets were fired from southern Lebanon near the Palestinian refugee camp of Rashidiyeh toward Israel, a Lebanese military source said.

Israel’s army said the rockets had landed in the sea.

(AFP)

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Competition Has Made You Lose Common Sense- Nana Aba To Journalists Defending National Security Actions On Caleb Kudah

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Caleb Kudah of Citi television and Citi FM has been the subject of discussions ever since it hit the media circles that the journalist was arrested for taking a video recording at the premises of the National Security head office in Accra.

The news became a trending topic when some personnel of the agency stormed the premises of Citi FM to arrested yet another staff of the firm, Zoe as it was revealed that Caleb after recording the video sent it to her.

Most well known media personalities from the various media firms in the country has ever since be sharing their thoughts on the matter. As some are condemning the actions of the members from the National Security, others too believe the young journalist was at fault to record the video in the first place as its states clearly that no photographs and videos are allowed in the facility.

Caleb after he was detained at the premises for about 24 hours was release from the agency and later revealed that he was severally beaten and mishandled by some members of the National Security to the extend that, he has to denounce his ethnicity to save himself from the beatings.

Nana Aba reacting to the support of her colleague journalists supporting the actions of the security personnel stating that the competition that exist between the various media firms in the country has made many journalists lose their ‘common sense’.

She said she hopes these journalists will find their common sense back when the same thing happens to them in the near future.

And to the journalists who are so excited about what the National Security folks did to the two Citi FM journalists, your time will come. Competition has made a lot of you lose common sense. When it hits home, I pray you find your sense back.

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SOURCE: GhGossip.com



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Zidane hints at Real Madrid exit

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Zinedine Zidane hinted on Saturday he could leave as coach of Real Madrid at the end of the season, saying he believes “there comes a time when it’s the moment to change”. 

Zidane’s contract expires in 2022 but he has repeatedly refused to confirm he will still be at the club next season. 

The Frenchman has a history of surprises after resigning as coach unexpectedly in 2018 before making a shock return a year later. 

As a player, he initially announced his retirement from international football in 2004 before coming back for the 2006 World Cup, after which he retired for good.

“You talk about me leaving in 2006 and 2018 and it’s like you think I leave because I’m shirking responsibility or that I quit when things get tough,” said Zidane in a press conference. 

“It’s not, the only thing about me is that what I do, I do to the end, and then there comes a time when it’s the moment to change. For everyone, not just for me. For the club, for the good of the club, for the people. 

“I don’t leave because it’s easy. It’s not like I turn away and don’t look back. No, there are moments when you have to be there and there are moments when that’s it, it’s finished, it’s time to change. But for the good of everyone, not just for me.” 

Zidane spoke warmly about his players, describing his relationship with them as one of “total respect” while adding their time together is “something that will be there forever”. 

When it was put to him that it felt like he was saying goodbye, Zidane said: “I can only say the same thing. I don’t know what will happen. I’m here now, yes, and tomorrow we are going to play. Then we will have one match left. 

“The rest, I don’t know what will happen. This is Real Madrid. I don’t know if it’s a strength but I am always about the day to day. It’s always been like this.” 

Real Madrid play away at Athletic Bilbao on Sunday, knowing anything but a victory at San Mames will mean Atletico Madrid win the title if they beat Osasuna at the Wanda Metropolitano. 

They sit two points behind Atletico Madrid in La Liga, with two games left to play.

“We have to look at what we can control,” said Zidane. “The important thing is to keep winning ourselves.” 

Toni Kroos is the latest player to join Madrid’s lengthy list of absentees, with the German midfielder self-isolating after coming into contact with someone that tested positive for Covid-19. 

Sergio Ramos, Raphael Varane, Ferland Mendy, Dani Carvajal and Lucas Vazquez are all injured. 

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LYRICS: Olivia Rodrigo – Good 4 U

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[Intro]
(Ah)

[Verse 1]
Well, good for you, I guess you moved on really easily
You found a new girl and it only took a couple weeks
Remember when you said that you wanted to give me the world?
(Ah-ah-ah-ah)
And good for you, I guess that you’ve been workin’ on yourself
I guess that therapist I found for you, she really helped
Now you can be a better man for your brand new girl

[Chorus]
Well, good for you
You look happy and healthy, not me
If you ever cared to ask
Good for you
You’re doin’ great out there without me, baby
God, I wish that I could do that
I’ve lost my mind, I’ve spent the night
Cryin’ on the floor of my bathroom
But you’re so unaffected, I really don’t get it
But I guess good for you

[Verse 2]
Well, good for you, I guess you’re gettin’ everything you want (Ah)
You bought a new car and your career’s really takin’ off (Ah)
It’s like we never even happened
Baby, what the fuck is up with that? (Ah)
And good for you, it’s like you never even met me
Remember when you swore to God I was the only
Person who ever got you? Well, screw that, and screw you
You will never have to hurt the way you know that I do

[Chorus]
Well, good for you
You look happy and healthy, not me
If you ever cared to ask
Good for you
You’re doin’ great out there without me, baby
God, I wish that I could do that
I’ve lost my mind, I’ve spent the night
Cryin’ on the floor of my bathroom
But you’re so unaffected, I really don’t get it
But I guess good for you

[Break]
(Ah-ah-ah-ah)
(Ah-ah-ah-ah)

[Bridge]
Maybe I’m too emotional
But your apathy’s like a wound in salt
Maybe I’m too emotional
Or maybe you never cared at all
Maybe I’m too emotional
Your apathy is like a wound in salt
Maybe I’m too emotional
Or maybe you never cared at all

[Chorus]
Well, good for you
You look happy and healthy, not me
If you ever cared to ask
Good for you
You’re doin’ great out there without me, baby
Like a damn sociopath
I’ve lost my mind, I’ve spent the night
Cryin’ on the floor of my bathroom
But you’re so unaffected, I really don’t get it
But I guess good for you

[Outro]
Well, good for you, I guess you moved on really easily



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Turkish President phones Buhari, seeks Nigeria’s support for Palestine

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Turkish President phones Buhari, seeks Nigeria’s support for Palestine

President Recep Erdogan of Turkey has told the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), that he expects Nigeria to show solidarity with Palestinians following the latest attacks by Israel on Jerusalem and Gaza.

Erdogan made the call when he spoke with Buhari on the telephone on Thursday evening.

The Turkish Presidency disclosed this in a message posted on its Twitter handle, @trpresidency.

The Turkish President told Buhari that his country was trying to get the international community to teach Isreal, which he described as “unlawful, unjust and unscrupulous” a lesson.

He expressed the belief that Nigeria will support Palestinians in “this rightful cause.”

The message read, “President Recep Tayyip Erdogan spoke by phone with President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria.

“Exchanging Eid al-Fitr greetings, the two leaders discussed bilateral relations and regional developments.

“Drawing attention to Turkey’s efforts exerted in order for the international community to teach the necessary lesson to unlawful, unjust and unscrupulous Israel due to its attacks against Palestine, President Erdogan voiced his belief that Nigeria would show solidarity with the Palestinians in this rightful cause.”

Apart from Buhari, reports say Erdogan had also spoken with some other world leaders on the matter.

He was said to have spoken with Kyrgyz President, Sadyr Japarov; his Afghan counterpart, Ashraf Ghani; Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kadhimi, a former Malaysian Prime Minister, Mahathir Mohamad; and Libya’s Prime Minister, Abdul Dbeibeh.

According to media reports, Israel’s ongoing offensive on Gaza has left 103 dead, including 27 children and 11 women.

The reports quoted the Palestinian Health Ministry.

Another 580 people were said to have been injured.

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