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Saturday, July 5
Mubarak Bala, the Nigerian man who was detained in a psychiatric ward for being an atheist, has been released. And according to BBC, Bala, a chemical engineering graduate, was freed on Tuesday due to the strike by Nigerian doctors. But news of his release was not made public until he was in a secure location.
Mubarak had been detained and medicated at Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital, Kano State since June 13th by his family after he declared he does not believe in God, despite being raised in a Muslim family in Kano.
Reports say when Mr Bala told his family he did not believe in God, they took him to a doctor and
|Pamela and daughter|
And in a new chat with Punch, Pamela shared her really touching life story, which I strongly believe will bless you and make you realize that even though you think you are going through hell, some people have survived worse situations, so you too can! Please read on....
These days in her Chicago apartment that she shares with her young son, Emeka, Pamela Mojekwu stares through the windows, watching the early morning sunrise streak into her living room, reminding her of another gracious day to be thankful and hopeful. Her heart has deep scars of tragedies, her face lights up from the beams of the sunrise, with a promise of better days ahead. In her 59th year, she’s still running against the
81 days after the abduction of their children, seven parents of the abducted female pupils of the Government Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State, have died of trauma.
The National Chairman of the Chibok community under the Kibaku Area Development Association, Dr. Pogu Bitrus, disclosed this on Friday at a news conference in Abuja. Adding that the Boko Haram sect had also killed 229 people in 15 attacks on the Chibok community. The community asked the Federal Government to negotiate with the terrorist sect for the release of the 219 Chibok school girls abducted by the group.
*lol* that's what Charly calls these two pretty ladies we saw with him during his dad's funeral. He just shared more photos. Continues after the cut.
Meanwhile, Charly in a new interview with Vanguard published today, has explained the drama between him and Governor Rochas. Charly told Vanguard:
- It made headlines last Saturday that you snatched the microphone from Owelle Rochas Okorocha, Governor of Imo State, at the funeral service. What informed your action?
I didn’t embarrass him. I only insisted that I wouldn’t tolerate people with bad political breath to preside over my father’s burial rites. The corpse belonged to the Oputa family, and not the state or federal government.
Being Charley Boy, my action creates a lot of controversies. I am not a politician and I can never be one.I don’t do things the way every other person would want to do them.
- Zita is a student, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Edo state
- Princess lives in Abuja, is a working journalist
- Enedahiis also based in Abuja
Big congratulations to you Patricia dear. You had the highest from last Saturday's competition. Your photos are now up on our sidebars. So, I'm waiting for your mail stating your network of choice for your win.
Thank you so much for participating in our competition. Thank you so much too Anita and Sandra. Y'all are so gorgeous.
We are having a show this morning, guys. Let's do this!!!
Every year, thousands of girls compete in various beauty pageants across Nigeria. While the organisers may believe that they are helping our girls to feel “beautiful,” they are also in many other ways causing significant damage to the self-esteem and body perception of other girls.
The girl who won may feel as beautiful as the prettiest woman ever created, but what about the girls who didn’t win? How do they feel?
I spoke with some past contestants of one of the pageants (the girls that didn’t win) and