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Mr. Peter Obi placed orders for 500 SUVs, 700 buses, and 500 pick-up vans and that helped us a lot because he does not owe, he even paid us in advance.” “Even when there were several criticisms that the vehicles might not be durable, he squashed the thought and charged me to prove them wrong with the production.” “Honestly, it was a breakthrough for me in the business, that piloted me to the vehicle manufacturing market as more kinds of vehicles have been manufactured thereafter” Continue Reading here Sen. Yusuf Datti AhmedSen. Yusuf Datti Ahmed

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A pregnant woman abruptly barged in as the young woman, who was wearing her wedding gown, was standing by her future husband at the altar. When she entered the scene, the screaming pregnant woman claimed to be carrying Anthony, the groom. She wished for the nuptials to be called off. “True Anthony? You want to pretend that you don’t know who I am today, sidemiss? I also brought your baby here. Anthony I know you hear me “The woman yelled at the reception hall. While screaming, a young lady who claimed to be the bride’s daughter attacked the pregnant woman,…

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A total of 143 schools in northern KwaZulu-Natal find themselves battling to get learners to school due to the lack of scholar transport, according to the IFP. IFP CONCERNED ABOUT LACK OF SCHOLAR TRANSPORT FOR 143 SCHOOLS The IFP in the KwaZulu-Natal Legislature cited concerns about the failure of the KZN Department of Education to provide scholar transport to learners in uMkhanyakude District. “There are currently 143 schools without scholar transport,” said IFP’s KZN Provincial Spokesperson for Education, Thembeni Madlopha-Mthethwa recounting what she says was said by the former KZN MEC for Education, Kwazi Mshengu, to a Parliamentary Question submitted…

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LUANDA – Most votes in Angola’s parliamentary elections have been counted and provisional results show that the ruling MPLA party is ahead with a 52% majority, while the main opposition has 42%. According to NAMIBIAN.COM.NA, The election commission said on Thursday that 86% of ballots had so far been counted, which suggested that former Marxist People’s Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA) was likely to extend its near five-decade hold to power — giving president Joao Lourenço a second five-year term. Lourenco has led the since 2017. The National Union for the Total Independence of Angola (Unita), the opposition…

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Daily habits have an incredible effect on your brain health. Good brain habits can help you boost cognition and memory. While bad habits pile on the stress which can ultimately lead to the mass destruction of brain cells. Bad brain habits can even undo evolution and shrink your brain. So, give up these habits for better brain health. 1. The silent killer Quarantine was a relief for most introverts. Before the pandemic, they needed to make excuses to stay at home but after it, they had all the reasons to stay away from all human population. I am an introvert,…

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Mwila Bwipwa, the boyfriend of the 22-year-old Lusaka lady who murdered her two-year-old son Sangwani Chabinga on Saturday by pressing a pillow on him, has been freed by the Zambian Police.Mwila, who was allegedly with Masowe Maeke when her son died, was reportedly released from police custody yesterday because there is insufficient proof linking him to the murder of Sangwani Chabinga, who was laid to rest in Lusaka yesterday.Reports of Maeka pressing a pillow on the face of her son and sat on him until he became unconscious shocked the nation.On 14th August, 2022 Kabwata Police Station received a report…

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