Leonardo DiCaprio forced to return Oscar amid investment scandal

Leonardo DiCaprio forced to return Oscar amid investment scandal

It took Leonardo Di Caprio over 3 years before he won an Oscar. Now, he’s been forced to return the one awarded to him by a top malaysian executive. The 44-year-old actor  was asked to return the little gold man statue that was awarded to Marlon Brando in 1954 for On The Waterfront because it is part of an ongoing court case regarding investment fraud. Malaysian financier Jho Low, who financed The Wolf Of Wall Street,…

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South Africa increases its minimum wage to N126,480

South Africa increases its minimum wage to N126,480

As the Federal government continues to debate whether or not to increase the miniumum wage from N18, 000 to N30, 000, the South African government has gone ahead to increase that of it’s civil servants from N97, 495 to N126,480 per month. South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa, who signed the new minimum wage into law yesterday November 26th, said the new wage would take effect from January 1st 2019 and would benefit about six million…

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Usher celebrates his son Usher Raymond V with lovely words as he turns 11

Usher celebrates his son Usher Raymond V with lovely words as he turns 11

R&B singer, Usher, is celebrating his son Usher Raymond V, who turned 11 today, November 27, 2018. Usher who welcomed Usher V with his ex-partner Tameka Foster in 2007, shared a throwback of himself cradling his son and wrote: I can remember when I turned 11 (forever ago) it was the beginning of me understanding that I had began to grow up and that I needed to care about somethin’…. Bad breath, hygiene, the use of deodorant, a career, other…

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Michelle Obama’s book sells 1.4 million copies in a week

Michelle Obama’s book sells 1.4 million copies in a week

Former US first lady, Michelle Obama’s memoir “Becoming” has recorded massive sales. Crown Publishing told The Associated Press that Michelle’s memoir has sold more than 1.4 million copies in print and digital formats in the U.S. and Canada in the seven days since it was released Nov. 13. Based on demand from retailers across all channels, the publisher has printed 3 million hardcover copies in North America. On its first day, the book sold more than…

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[photo] Indian man caught having sex with underage homeless African girl

[photo] Indian man caught having sex with underage homeless African girl

An Indian man was caught having sex with a homeless child in his car in Lusaka, Zambia. The unnamed Indian man enticed the poor girl with a pack of fast food last night and drove her to a corner where he had sex with her. Passersby who noticed movement coming from the car investigated and found the Indian man on top of the street kid sweating and panting. He was immediately apprehended by vigilante members after the child…

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75 Muslim Brotherhood members sentenced to death in Egypt

75 Muslim Brotherhood members sentenced to death in Egypt

An Egyptian court today issued death sentences for 75 people, including prominent Muslim Brotherhood leaders, and jailed more than 600 others over a 2013 sit-in which ended with the killing of hundreds of protesters by security forces. The sentencing concluded the mass trial of over 700 people accused of offences including murder and inciting violence during the pro-Muslim Brotherhood protest at Rabaa Adawiya square in Cairo. The government says many protesters were armed and that…

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British Government mocks Nigeria over vote-buying in Ekiti

British Government mocks Nigeria over vote-buying in Ekiti

The British Government has frowned at the alleged vote-buying, which marred the recent Ekiti State governorship election. The British High Commissioner to Nigeria, Paul Arkwright, described vote-buying as a form of electoral misconduct like rigging and ballot stuffing. He stated this while addressing journalists shortly after a meeting with the Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, in Abuja on Friday. He said, “I was there in Ekiti to monitor elections and…

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North Korea releases 3 American prisoners, the two Nations engages in a talk.

North Korea releases 3 American prisoners, the two Nations engages in a talk.

President Trump declared a diplomatic victory on Wednesday by announcing that North Korea had freed three American Citizens held as prisoners, removing a bitter and emotional obstacle ahead of a planned meeting between him and the young leader of the nuclear-armed nation. The release of the three prisoners, was in some ways the most tangible gesture of sincerity shown by North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, to improve relations with the United States after nearly seven…

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