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Africans with stupid mentality – Mompha reacts to comments that trailed report of Ginimbi’s Ferrari overheating (video)



Mompha has reacted to comments that trailed report of Zimbabwean socialite and businessman, Genuis “Ginimbi” Kadungure’s Ferrari overheating.

Recall it was reported earlier that the luxurious vehicle which was one of the late Ginimbi’s personal favourites from his fleet, overheated, while being driven by his best friend, DJ Rimo en-route to Doves Funeral Services Parlour where his memorial service was taking place. Some social media users who reacted to the incident, attributed it to local charm ‘juju’.

Reacting to this, Mompha stated that it is just “Africans with stupid mentality”. He also recalled how his lamborghini overheated.

He wrote………….

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Prophet Shepherd Bushiri and wife violate bail condition, flee to Malawi from South Africa



The founder of Enlightened Christian Gathering church, Prophet Shepherd Bushiri and his wife Mary have fled to his native country Malawi from South Africa, amid the ongoing anti-graft case against them.

This is coming after the controversial millionaire preacher who is known for his “miracles” and wildly extravagant lifestyle and his wife were granted bail of R200,000 each by a Pretoria Central Magistrate’s court.

The couple and three others are standing trial for fraud and money laundering case worth R102 million. One of their explicit bail conditions was that they were not to leave South Africa. Their travel documents was handed over to an investigating officer after being barred from travelling anywhere in South Africa except within the Gauteng and North West provinces.

However in a statement released on Saturday November 14, Bushiri said they fled to Malawi as they feared for their lives. He also made a number of demands that need to be met before he can return to face trial in South Africa.

The statement read;


I would like to inform the general public that my wife, Mary, and I are temporarily in our home country, Malawi, because of safety and security issues since 2015. These matters have gotten worse after we just got both our bails.

There have been clear and evident attempts to have myself, my wife and my family killed and despite our several attempts to report to authorities, there has never been State protection.

Our coming to Malawi, hence, is a tactical withdrawal from the Republic of South Africa solely meant to preserve our lives.

These attempts have been heightened with recent spates of arrests and detentions that we felt the only way for us to clear our names before the law is to ensure that our lives are preserved. My wife and I strongly believe in our innocence but this cannot be proved if our lives are not preserved. We have to be alive to testify to our innocence.

As we stand here, we were arrested in 2019 on alleged money laundering charges and it’s getting to two years now without trial because the State is not ready to give it.

As we keep waiting for that trial to come, we were arrested again, kept in custody for over two weeks and we are not sure if we will face trial. Equally shocking is the fact that as we kept waiting to get the facts of the recent arrest, the State brought up immigration issues that they, not us, owe the public an explanation. But they want us to explain.

Against this background, we have come to a painful conclusion that what my wife and I have faced in the Republic of South Africa, since 2015, is purely persecution NOT prosecution.

What is shocking is that it was me who, in 2018, opened cases of extortion and intimidation against the officers who are, today, investigating, arresting and prosecuting me and my wife of these several allegations.

Obviously, there can never be independence and impartiality. It’s purely acts of open vengeance. This, I must say, clearly violates rules of natural justice which says justice must not just be done but be seen to be done.

As such, I want to make it clear, here, that our coming to Malawi is not an act of running away from being tried. Not at all.

All my wife and I want is to clear our names in a justice system that is fair, impartial and just. In this vein, I am calling for the following to be met by the Republic of South African authorities to ensure our fair, impartial and just trial.

1. First, I want the South African government to assure us of our safety and security whilst in South Africa.

2. Secondly, I want the South African government to assure us that our bail will not be revoked. Our right to fair trial entails that we have access to our lawyers all the time. Revocation of the bail defeats our right to a fair trial and also exposes us to further security and safety challenges.

3. Thirdly, I want the officers involved in investigating, arresting and prosecuting us to recuse themselves. As earlier said, this is the same team that I earlier lodged a complaint against and, also, opened cases against. I won’t have a fair trial with their continued involvement.

4. Fourthly, I want the South African State to see to it that all the issues I lodged and opened against these officers must be pursued to their logical conclusion before proceeding with our case.

5. Finally, I want the South African State to appoint independent and professional investigators and prosecutors who should make independent decisions on the cases we are allegedly accused of.

In this regard, I am requesting the Malawi government to liaise with the South African government to ensure that the above issues are met.

Once these five issues are met and I am assured of a fair, just and impartial trial, I am willing to avail myself before the South Africa justice system.

I am looking forward to that day because my wife and I have long waited for it to prove our innocence and clear our names.

I will hold a press briefing in Lilongwe, Malawi, and it will be aired on all media networks across the world soon.

Aljazeera reported that there are allegations of Bushiri fleeing South Africa with Malawi’s President Lazarus Chakwera, who was on a two-day official visit to South Africa and returned on Saturday. Chakwera’s spokesman, Brian Banda has however debunked the claim.

Banda said;

“The allegation that Prophet Shepherd Bushiri came on the same flight with the president is false.”

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Nigerians react as BBNaija star, Vee rocks bra and pant on social media



Nigerians have taken to social media to drag BBNaija lockdown star, Vee Iye, after she shared sexy new photos of herself on her Instagram page today November 14. 

The reality star shared the photos with the caption; ”Just thought to add some more heat to an already hot day”

However, the photo did not sit well with some social media users who insisted she was doing too much to get attention drawn to her.

See some of the reaction below;

@nancy_oty wrote; ”Eeyah she’s really looking for endorsements”

@shesthesame wrote; Posing with your legs wide open. I guess porn is your focus. Surely, this is not for the young girls following you? Jaruma your brand ambassador is here.

@iam_queenly wrote; ”Can someone give this girl an endorsement already”

@nita_oma wrote;”She looks hottt I just wasn’t expecting this because she painted a different picture in the house”

@ruuby_lanshi wrote ”D tin she no show us inside house she open am keep down fr us now. The pressure has started.”

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Osimhen to miss Sierra Leone return leg



Super Eagles and Napoli striker Victor Osimhen will miss Tuesday’s Africa Cup of Nations return qualifier against Sierra Leone in Freetown after he dislocated his shoulder in the first game, according to Nigeria coach Gernot Rohr.

Osimhen scored one of the goals in a dramatic 4-4 draw with Sierra Leone, who recovered from four goals down in Benin City on Friday, but was later substituted after hurting his shoulder.

He has since been discharged from hospital, but Rohr said he will not be available for the rematch in Sierra Leone.

“He is out of the match after he dislocated his shoulder,” Rohr disclosed.

Osimhen, 21, has scored four goals in three Nations Cup qualifiers.

However, the Super Eagles coach said he is confident both Villarreal winger Samuel Chukwueze and Leon Balogun from Scottish club Rangers will be fit for the match in Freetown.

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