From Nnamdi Victor's imbox:
She thought she was coming to Lagos to have fun. Have you ever been deceived online like this? Hear her : "Good morning uncle Ben please I need advice. I met a guy online and decided to go visit him which I'm here in Ogun state. This guy lied to me about staying in Lagos Ikeja but Ben he stays in Ogun state in one small room, he even cooks inside the one room, everywhere is just smelling, even my room in Abuja is bigger and neater than this. Now I told him I want to go back but he refused to give me transport saying he is broke he doesn't have money. Since I came, I have been eating yam for the past 3 days now only yam and the yam has finished. Please I need help and advice please. I'm in Sango Bridge sugar, I'm really tired of staying, I want to go back home please I need advice. He said he stays in safe contain in Ikeja. I have never been to Lagos before, it was my first time. I didn't even know I'm in Ogun state until people started saying I'm in Ogun not lagos. I thought I'm coming to lag to have fun after all he promised me ooooo. I didn't know I'm coming to suffer in Lagos.
PADUPAFRICA joins The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW)
PADUPAFRICA Registered with the United Nations to be at the CEDAW stakeholders meeting programe july 2018 abuja . The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW), adopted in 1979 by the UN General Assembly, is often described as an international bill of rights for women. Consisting of a preamble and 30 articles, it defines what constitutes discrimination against women and sets up an agenda for national action to end such discrimination.
The Convention defines discrimination against women as "...any distinction, exclusion or restriction made on the basis of sex which has the effect or purpose of impairing or nullifying the recognition, enjoyment or exercise by women, irrespective of their marital status, on a basis of equality of men and women, of human rights and fundamental freedoms in the political, economic, social, cultural, civil or any other field." By accepting the Convention, States commit themselves to undertake a series of measures to end discrimination against women in all forms.Women now have a Hub were we can report,educate,learn,and network..We are causing the changes that we want to see.
Pad up Africa is a non for profit foundation an arm of chaperone group .. with a core goal of provision of Free Sanitary Pads & educative, informative and communicative materials on menstrual hygiene to adolescent girl.
An official music video for slain rapper XXXTentacion's single titled SAD! was released today and it's already got over 2 million views in only a few hours.
It is unclear when the video was recorded but back in April of this year XXXTentacion said on his Instagram Story that he would be releasing a video soon, so that might have been pertaining to this clip.
The video shows XXXTentacion come into the church during his own funeral. As mourners bow their head in sorrow, the rapper walks down the aisle to the pulpit where his body lay in a casket.
He stands for a while, looking at his dead body. Then all of a sudden, his body comes to life and attacks him. For most of the video, he is seen wrestling with his deceased self; a battle that he ultimately wins.
New music video to XXXTentacion?s single ?SAD!? has just been released today and it already has over 2 million views
Some people say it's mere coincidence that the video, which was written by XXTentacion and shot before his death, was portraying death and a funeral. While others say the rapper predicted his own death.
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Jarrod Ramos, 38, has been identified as the gunman who opened fire on the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland., on Thursday afternoon, killing five and injuring several others.
Police currently have a male, white suspect in his late 30s in custody, though his name has not been officially released. However, senior officials have confirmed to several news sources, that the suspect in custody is Ramos of Laurel, Maryland.
He appears to be the same individual who brought a defamation claim against the newspaper in 2012, after a 2011 column by a then-Capital reporter about Ramos’ guilty plea to criminal harassment ran in the paper.
Captial Gazette Journalist E.B Furgurson (R) takes notes with two other people as police officers respond to an active shooter inside a city building at the Capital Gazette newspaper office in Annapolis, Maryland, U.S., June 28, 2018.
The lawsuit was dismissed by Prince George’s Circuit Court Judge Maureen M. Lamasney in 2013, saying the article was based on public records, a post on the Capital Gazette website claims, though Ramos’ relationship to the paper has not been confirmed.
According to acting police chief Bill Krampf, the gunman was specifically targeting the newspaper and looked for victims as he entered the building. His motive is still unclear, though police are in the process of securing search warrants and securing the suspect’s residence. “This person was prepared today,” said Krampf. “He was prepared to shoot people; his intent was to cause harm.” Police said a shotgun was used in the incident.
The shooter entered the building with an improvised explosive device made of canisters of smoke grenades. While threats were sent to the newspaper, it’s still unconfirmed whether they were from the gunman.
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The gunman is believed to have used a shotgun, according to a U.S. official who was briefed on the investigation but not authorized to discuss it publicly and spoke to the Associated Press on condition of anonymity. In addition, the gunman was not carrying any identification,
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