Actress Caroline Danjuma calls out celebrities for not joining the Libya Slave Trade Protest (Video)

Nollywood actress, Caroline Danjuma has joined some other Nigerians who have taken to the streets to protest the slave trade going on in Libya.

In a video on her Instagram, she expressed her disappointment that celebrities did not show up or support when the masses needed them. According to her, celebrities in Lagos should have spared a bit of their time to show support.
She wrote:
So highly disappointed .. you are the voice of the masses .. those of you here in Lagos couldn’t spare 15 min of your time.. posting one or two pictures because you want followers .. if you can’t fight for the masses then stop seeking for their attention … you only shout when you need them but when they need you , you keep mute .. SHAME. I hope the masses will wise up to really know who cares and invest their energy on themselves .. celebrities take the first step and fight for the masses .. oops I forgot the sun is too hot it will burn your skin ( crap)?
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15 years after abortion, doctors reportedly find aborted baby in woman’s abdomen (Photos)

Doctors in India were reportedly left in shock after discovering that a woman had been carrying a calcified foetus in her abdomen for the past 15 years.

According to report, the 52-year-old woman terminated her pregnancy back then as her family allegedly did not approve of her having another child.

Her obstetrician and gynaecologist treating her then was said to have confirmed that the baby was successfully aborted.

However, she went on to suffer abdominal pain over the years and visited several doctors, who only gave her painkillers and pills for acidity.

And for the last three years, she had been continually vomiting, raising alarm.

She then went to see a specialist who discovered the rare find – and has had a two-hour operation to remove the ‘fully grown stone baby’ as a medic described it.

‘It’s extremely rare’

Eventually, the...

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