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Zimbabwe: Female Robbers Target Churches Tags: Zimbabwe lol News Crime Women shocking

ZIMBABWE - A gang of female robbers is on the prowl targeting churches and unsuspecting congregants during prayer sessions, police warned yesterday.

In a statement national police spokesperson, Chief Superintendent Paul Nyathi said the daring robbers pounced at a church in Kensington,
Harare recently and stole valuables as congregants prayed.

"A group of women travelling in a get-away car stole a bag and later dumped it at another church with cash and other valuables missing," said Chief Supt Nyathi.


He said the gang would pounce on congregants while they are praying or singing. 

Chief Supt Nyathi warned church members to be on the look-out for the notorious group and urged them to report to their nearest police station if they have information that may lead to the arrest of the gang.

"Church members must be wary of strangers sitting next to them while in church," the police chief said.

"Where possible, church leaders are urged to engage security people who will assist to monitor proceeding as the congregation sings, dances and prays."

Source: Zimnews

Actor Chiwetalu Agu Grabs Actresses Boobs On Movie Set (PHOTOS) Tags: Actor Chiwetalu Agu Nollywood Lol Actress Clelebrity Movies

It seems many things went down in this movie set.. But I wonder what was going on here to make Chiwetalu Agu grab, not one, but two actresses’ boobs like that. Photos taken on the set of a new movie produced by Great Favour Production and also stars Ini Edo.

 

African Men Fight Over Alcohol Drink (VIDEO) Tags: Lol Kenya Fights local videos

LOL: African Are Funny-  Nyeri residents were entertained to some late evening drama when two seemingly intoxicated men tore at each other outside a Nyeri pub over claims that one had drunk the other’s drink worth thirty shillings, Kenya money. The two who witnesses said are close friends fought bitterly and initial attempts to separate them bore no fruits as the duo were at it again for a rematch.

Several other patrons of the keg pub came out to watch the free action drama while passersby lamented that the alcohol problem in central Kenya was getting out of hand.

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African man who attacked WWE superstar, Randy Orton's Pleads Guilty In Court, Banned from WWE Live Events (PHOTO, VIDEO) Tags: News South Africa Wrestling Sports Lol Photos

WWE reports that Tshepo Sekhabi, the man who attacked Randy Orton at Tuesday's live event in Cape Town, South Africa, pleaded guilty in court yesterday. Sekhabi was charged and ordered to either pay a 500 Rand fine or spend 30 days in jail. The man acknowledged what he did was wrong and was given a three-year suspended sentence.

He was also banned from attending any of the other WWE live events in Johannesburg, South Africa this week.

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Tshepo Sekhabi, who poses with a black eye after the incident, may now face criminal charges after attacking WWE wrestler Randy Orton Picture:

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Obama played SOCCER during Africa trip, first ladies discuss confinement (PHOTOS) Tags: Barack Obama Lol News Soccer Football Photos

Yes, he did. Obama bounces and taps SOCCER ball off of head and foot, first ladies discuss confinement.

DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania — President Barack Obama had to kick the SOCCER. It looked like a soccer ball but has a hole for a charging cable. Obama took one and tossed it several feet in the air before upping the risk factor by letting the ball drop toward is feet. He kicked it back up into the air and topped even that by bouncing the ball off of his head, all while wearing a buttoned-up suit jacket and tie.

Obama’s playfulness was part of a demonstration designed to show off an invention by two Harvard graduates that’s seen as a way to help bring electricity to rural areas that don’t have any. During the trip, Obama announced a U.S.-led effort to help bring electric power to large swaths of sub-Saharan Africa.

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The SOCCER ball has a pendulum-like mechanism inside that creates kinetic energy during play and stores it. Its maker says 30 minutes of play can power a simple LED lamp for three hours. The plan is to distribute the ball to kids across Africa, where soccer is a popular sport. During the demonstration, Obama helped attach opposite ends of a cable to the ball and a cellphone.

“I thought it was pretty cool,” said Obama, who played soccer growing up in Indonesia. “You can imagine this in villages all across the country.”

Martha Washington once said being first lady is like being a state prisoner, something the two most recent holders of that title don’t entirely dispute.

Michelle Obama and her predecessor Laura Bush appeared together Tuesday at a summit on promoting the role of African first ladies in bringing change to their countries and spoke about their lives in the White House.

“There are prison elements to it,” Mrs. Obama said. “With a chef,” Mrs. Bush interjected. “It’s a really nice prison,” Mrs. Obama said. “You can’t complain.” They spoke of the quick changeover of the executive mansion right after their husbands took the oath of office.

“During the inaugural parade, one family moves out and the next family moves in,” Mrs. Bush explained.

Mrs. Obama described it as a startling experience. “I remember walking into that house and I didn’t even know where the bathrooms were. But I had to get ready for a ball. I’m thinking, ‘I’ve got to look nice?’”

“You can’t find your toothpaste. You don’t know where your kids are. So that’s day one,” she said.

It wasn’t just the first ladies promoting female empowerment in Africa. Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete opened the summit by calling for new resources for women across the country.

He said investing in women can lead to prosperity for their families and their nation, but African traditions are holding women back as men take the money they earn and deny women equal access to education. “They are told the woman’s place is in the kitchen,” he said.

“We have to change these cultures and traditions that oppress women and deny women their rights,” Kikwete said. He called for more access to education, health care and financial credit for the hard work they are doing.

“In Africa, it is a statement of fact that women work more than the men,” Kikwete said. “I don’t know where the men are or what the men are doing while the women are working. Perhaps they are enjoying their bottle of beer.”

Source: Lartink | WP

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