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And the Nanny drama gets worse, see what this one did again!

 

 

The evil nanny that kidnapped the Orekoya kids has been  arrested but a new case has popped up!

A  housemaid in Nairobi, Kenya was caught on camera attempting to breastfeed her employer’s baby, Nairobi News reports.

 

The maid, Grace Mwikali Mwema, had just been employed two days prior to the incident.
A hidden camera in the living room showed Mwema offering the 9-month-old baby her breasts to suck. However, the baby resisted.
Reports
state that “the baby’s mother says she could not believe her eyes as
she watched a live feed from the nanny camera on her smart phone while
at work.”
Watch video (here)

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President Jonathan’s daughter celebrates wedding anniversary (photos)

How times flies, it’s hard to believe that it is a year already since the presidential wedding that shook the nation.

President Goodluck Jonathan’s
adopted daughter Faith Sakwe-Edward wedded her love, Godswill Osim
Edward, on the 12th of April 2014..
Read the lovely anniversary message she wrote to her hubby on Facebook.
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Diseases deadlier than Ebola hits Ondo; 15 people have died already + Residents open up


Residents of Irele township in Ondo state have been hit by a deadly disease which is similar to but more dangerous than Ebola.

According to reports, the victims wake up blind, with a terrible headache and die within a few hours.
At least 15 people who contracted the disease are feared dead.
Ondo state Commissioner for Health, Dr. Dayo Adeyanju, told Channels Television that
the disease was discovered yesterday but didn’t say how the victims
contracted the disease or how it can be passed on to others.”It is
strange and it’s symptoms include headache and loss of sight. The local
and international health institutions are already carrying out
investigations on the causes and treatment of the ailment.”
Dr Adeyanju...
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Boko Haram leader, Abubakar Shekau and three other Nigerians make TIME’s 100 Most Influential People

President-elect of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari as well as three other
Nigerians have been named among the world’s 100 most influential people
by Time Magazine.

The 3 other people on the list are former Minister of Education, Oby
Ezekwesili, bestselling author, Chimamanda Adichie and Boko Haram
leader, Abubakar Shekau.

Below is how the quartet were profiled on Time Magazine’s website:

Muhammadu Buhari – A new choice for Nigeria (by Aryn Baker)

Muhammadu Buhari made history in March by becoming the first candidate
to oust a sitting Nigerian President through the ballot box. Now he has
to live up to voters’ expectations.

From battling the Boko Haram insurgency to tackling endemic
corruption, Buhari has many challenges ahead. The greatest may be
overcoming his past as a military ruler who seized power in 1983.
Already the born-again democrat is demonstrating the inclusivity
necessary...

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