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    “I Don’t Want To Be Killed” – Abducted Aid Worker Begs FG From Captivity

    One of the workers of Action Against Hunger, a non-governmental organisation in Borno state, has spoken from captivity.

     
    Insurgents suspected to be members of the Islamic State in West Africa Province (ISWAP) had attacked a convoy of aid workers in Damasak, Borno state, last week, killing a driver before kidnapping six aid workers.
    In a video obtained by TheCable, one of the victims simply identified as Grace, appealed to the federal government, Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) and the international community to come to her rescue.
    Citing the instances of Hawa Liman and some aid workers who were killed in captivity, Grace, who wore a blue hijab in the video, sought intervention.
    The other captives were also seen.
    “My name is Grace. I work with Action Against Hunger, an NGO in Borno state. My base is Damasak. We went to work on Thursday, July 18, 2019, and on our way back to Damasak, we were caught by the army of Calipher,” she said.
    “We went to work on Thursday, 18th of July 2019. On our way back to Damasak, we were caught by this army called the Calipha, they brought us here and we actually don’t know where we are up till this moment.
    “I want to beg CAN, Christian Association of Nigeria, because I am the only Christian among the six of us here, I want to beg that CAN association should do something about me to see how I can be released.
    “I also want to beg Action Against Hunger, Borno state, we are six here; all of us are staff, we went to work and on our way back to our base, we were caught. I beg Action Against Hunger we have families, some of us have children.
    “I’m begging Action Against Hunger that they should please do something about us. I also want to count on Nigeria, our nation… we are Nigerians and we are also working for Nigeria. I beg that Nigeria government should please do something to see that we are released.
    “Some aid workers were caught and also asked to be released but because Nigeria did not do anything about it, they were killed. I am begging on behalf of all of us here, that please Nigerians should not allow such to happen to us.”

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    Genevieve Nnaji Turns Up The Heat With Bikini Photo

    Genevieve Nnaji, 40, served the ‘bikini sauce’ today on Instagram, and yes it was quite a hot one that left many drooling for more.

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    Nigeria Now 33rd In The World After Moving 12 Spots On FIFA Ranking

    Nigeria have made progress in the latest FIFA Ranking after moving 12 places up in the world.
     

    In the latest ranking published by FIFA on Thursday, Nigeria climbed to 33rd in the world from 45th in the June 2019 ranking and also maintained its 3rd position in the continent.
    The Super Eagles who finished third at the AFCON 2019 in Egypt, behind Senegal and Algeria moved from its June points of 1433 to 1481.
    Algeria who are African champions moved 28 places to 40th in the world and climbed from 12th in Africa to fourth place.
    AFCON silver medal winners, Senegal, moved two spots up from 22nd to 20th and also maintained their number one spot in the continent. They are still the highest-ranked African country in the world – 20th spot.
    On the global ranking, Belgium maintained its number one spot in the world with 1746 points, followed by Brazil who have now displaced France to take the second spot.
    Here are top 10 countries in the world – Belgium, Brazil, France, England, Uruguay, Portugal, Croatia, Colombia, Spain and Argentina.

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    Actor IK Ogbonna’s Estranged Colombian Wife Spotted At Miami Beach

    Sonia Morales, wife of IK Ogbonna flaunt her massive behind while relaxing at Miami Beach, Florida.



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    “Leah Sharibu Has Been Killed” – Abducted Aid Worker, Grace Says

    Abducted aid worker in Borno state, Grace Taku  reveals that Leah Sharibu has been killed.

    Grace Taku in a recent video reveals that Leah Sharibu and Alice Loksha who were abducted by Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) are now dead as the terrorist group killed them due to non intervention be the government.
    The Action Against Hunger aid worker kidnapped by the Boko Haram sect in Borno state, has cried out for help. In a video, the victim, Grace Taku, appealed to the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) and the international community to come to her rescue. She pleaded that meaningful organizations should help avoid herself an the other abducted should help secure their release so they would not be killed by Leah Sharibu and Alice.


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    Girl rescued in Anambra state after her mother tied her up for not sweeping the house

    The woman in question is one Ms. Charity Owor, a native of Efion, near Izamgbo, Ishienu LGA, Ebonyi State.
     
    She is a single mother with four children.
    The young girl being maltreated by her biological mother, she is her second child, 7 years old, Favor Owor, they both live at Ngene Amawbia, Awka South LGA, Anambra State.
    The girl and her younger siblings are already being taking care of by the ministry and the woman is currently undergoing counselling under the supervision of the ministry's child department.



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    Venus & Serena Williams with their father Richard in the 90s.

    He watched a Romanian woman win $40,000 after a 4 day tournament & vowed to have 2 kids & put them in tennis. When he told the world he has 2 daughters who will be champions, they laughed at him to his face.
     

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