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BBNaija 2021: New Housemate, Whitemoney Trends As People Compare Him To Season 5 Housemate, Kiddwaya

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His name is Whitemoney and he is trending because he is being compared to season 5 housemate, Kiddwaya.

Here are some of the comments Nigerians are passing about him;

@Swagger_jeffrey – White money low budget kiddwaya…nawa so we are not getting the rich classic kiddwaya type?.. It’s save to say that bbn can’t bring another kiddwaya..they can only be 1 kiddwayaFace with tears of joy..I reStan #BBNaija

@Girlking7 – #BBNaija White money looking like kiddwaya low budget

@Funkylove20 – Whitemoney!! Looks like another Kiddwaya. Must be nice

@nokwarh_mapre – Whitemoney will be the Kiddwaya of this season already toasting #BBNaija

@pengmanmodel – This white money guy Na like andrioid proud version of KiddWaya But his energy lit though !!

@tashauwana – Kiddwaya’s brother in the building….he wore a touch of fur!!!!!! #BigBrotherNaija

@Chizurummmm – White money with the famous kiddwaya’s fur

@Blaq_Ston – White Money is giving me Kiddwaya vibes

@NaomiUpind – This Whitemoney is another copy of Kiddwaya

@MpatiTshepiso – Whitemoney is our new kiddwaya

@uzamatt – Whitemoney, Android kiddwaya lool.

@JosAnICON – Whitemoney is Kiddwaya’s twin.

@princessmumee – WhiteMoney giving me Kiddwaya vibes

Source: www.ghgossip.com

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18-Year-Old Boy Kills 32-Year-Old Man In Fight Over Woman

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Police in Naivasha, Nakuru County have arrested a 18-year-old kid for killing a 32-year-man during battle over a woman.

The young man is affirmed to have cut the throat of his love rival the previous night. The incident happened at the perished’s home in Sanctuary Estate on Moi South Lake Road.

The tricenarian is affirmed to have tricked the boy into his home, where the (dead) confronted the boy over claims that the kid was seeing his 32-year-old wide.

The man is said to have promised the polytechnic student a job, bringing about their meeting, which resulted tragically.

The now deceased, Dennis Kioko, is claimed to have requested to know why the young man was having an affair with his better half.

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It was during the skirmish, that Kioko went after a kitchen knife and tried to stab the boy. The teen, however, overwhelmed the 32-year-old and grabbed the knife from him.

“I accidentally stabbed him in the neck while attempting to defend myself,” the suspect told police.

Peterson Njoroge, an area elder, communicated worry at the rising instances of relationship-caused death in Naivasha Town.

“In the last one year, at least five residents of Naivasha Town have been killed in love triangle cases. There’s an underlying problem in the society, which must be addressed urgently,” he said.

Naivasha OCPD Samuel Waweru revealed that the suspect, who had sustained wounds during the battle, was taken to hospital, and would, from there on, be charged.

Kioko’s body was taken to Naivasha Sub-County Referral Hospital funeral home.

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Twitter reaches out, commits to restoration plan in Nigeria

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Embattled microblogging platform, Twitter, has reached out to and assured Nigerians that it has not stopped engaging with the government on ways to resolve its ban in the country.

The ban entered 100 days, yesterday, with the economy loosing as much as N246 billion.

A 58-word chat sent to The Guardian, yesterday, attributed to Twitter spokesperson, reads: “We continue to engage with the Nigerian government to discuss why Twitter has been blocked and ways to resolve the matter. We are committed to charting a path forward to the restoration of Twitter for everyone in Nigeria. Discussions with the Nigerian government have been respectful and productive. We look forward to seeing the service restored very soon.”

At a press conference they hosted on Monday, social enterprise groups (Enough Is Enough Nigeria (EiE), Paradigm Initiative (PIN), Media Rights Agenda (MRA), and Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project) said the impact of the ban on the Nigeria economy has been phenomenal. They lamented that many advertisers and Twitter-based businesses are out of operations as a result of the embargo.

They unanimously called on the Federal Government to refrain from actions that put Nigeria among nations that infringe on citizens’ fundamental and socio-economic rights.

Executive Director of Paradigm Initiative, Gbenga Sesan, said the ban impacted the revenue projections of many businesses. He said Twitter did not only lose market share but also advert revenues and other benefits its huge numbers in Nigeria gave it. He said top politicians were still tweeting, routing their accounts through Virtual Private Networks (VPN) where the benefits will not accrue to the country. He further described the ban as misplaced priority amid critical issues facing the country.

EiE Nigeria Executive, ‘Yemi Adamolekun, said: “For the government to constantly shy from pertinent issues such as security, unemployment, and blame a platform for allowing people to express their dissatisfaction is pure laziness and shows they are not ready to solve these issues.” He noted that the ban is a disservice to both the government and its citizens.

MRA’s Programme Director, Ayode Longe, gave a rundown of the coalition’s activities against the ban, partners’ actions, and activities.

Paradigm Initiative, meanwhile, has launched tools of impact in the digital space, aimed at connecting under-served young Africans with digital opportunities and ensuring protection of their rights.

PIN will, consequently, be hosting a hybrid festival on September 20-23 in Senegal.

The event is aimed at government ministers, permanent secretaries, heads of human rights commissions, and other related agencies, members of parliament, private sector leaders, particularly in the tech industry, civil society organisations, religious and cultural leaders, academics, media organisations, journalists and the general public.

Speaking on the festival, Chief Operating Officer at Paradigm Initiative, Nnenna Paul-Ugochukwu, said: “It is going to be a celebration and a great opportunity to highlight the great work we do at PIN in advocating for digital rights and inclusion within Africa.”

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Man allegedly woke up, screamed in Kenyan morgue after doctors declared him dead

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Authorities in Kenya have launched investigations into an incident where a man allegedly woke up and started screaming inside a morgue moments after he was declared dead.

The victim, identified as Peter Kigen had been declared dead by doctors at Kapkatet hospital in Kericho County before his body was taken to the mortuary.

He is said to have woken up while morgue attendants were cutting part of his body in preparation to preserve the body.

The cut inflicted a lot of pain on him that he wailed so loudly attracting the attention of those who were outside.

The matter was brought to the attention of the Senate Committee on Health which on Tuesday, September 14, kicked off investigations to establish whether the hospital was negligent and if his family should be compensated.

The victim reportedly passed on a day after the incident and plans to summon Dr Titus Ngululu who conducted ...mortem are underway.

“The report on the death of Kigen was misleading and there is a possibility that Dr Ngululu excluded very sensitive information after the wrongful declaration that he was already dead,” Senator Abdullahi Ali said.

The senators suspect that morgue preservation chemicals might have led to his death thereafter.

Cases of medical negligence have been on the increase in the country in the recent past.

It is on this argument that Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentist Council (KMPDC) Boss Daniel Yumbya was asked to explain reasons as to why the negligence was on the increase.

Yumbya said that since January 1, the agency had recorded 62 cases of medical negligence in 2021 compared to 79 filed last year.

“The council has so far heard and determined 1172 cases while 130 of them are still pending,” he said.

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