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Zimbabwean first lady Grace Mugabe
continues to position herself to succeed her husband by holding rallies in
different parts of the country and verbally attacking party members who
refuse to back her. In a recent rally, she handed out bottles of water
bearing her image and the words “Mother of the nation.”

 “You are not going to
gag me, I have my mouth… I will not tolerate nonsense within the party,”
she said, during a rally in Harare where she addressed
unnamed Zanu-PF officials who she blames for factionalism within the
party.
She also distributed 250 tonnes of
maize and 115 tonnes of rice to the people at the rally.
At her previous rallies over the
last month, Zimbabwe’s first lady Grace Mugabe made it clear that nobody within
the ruling party was above party discipline.
There have been factions forming
within Zanu-PF, seemingly linked to who should succeed her 91-year-old husband.
In particular she warned war
veterans, many of whom fought in the liberation war and spearheaded the
invasions of white-owned farms, that there too could face disciplinary hearings
if they threatened the party’s united front.
Afterwards, the 50-year-old first
lady faced a backlash with war veterans accusing her of not respecting them.
Today at her Mbare rally (see
12:36 post) she hit back.
“Some war veterans are saying
they will never listen to me because I never participated in the liberation war
against British colonial rule. Zimbabwe is for everyone.”
BBC

This week, Adeola addresses
the arrest of the Director of Radio Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu.

Also, the Central Bank is giving Nigerians in the diaspora till January to
enroll for Bank Verification Number.

In Kenya, a radio host claims to expose a Nigerian Pastor sucking women’s
breast for deliverance. Is the story true?

Adeola also shares exciting news about her live show with Dr. Damages coming up
in December.
To buy tickets for the show, please click HERE!

Lastly she shares the news about KIRWA Foundation. To learn more, please click: www.kirwafoundation.org

Nigeria and Mali have set up an
all-African final at the Under-17 World Cup in Chile after winning their
semi-finals.
Reigning champions Nigeria won 4-2
against Mexico, coming back from conceding the opener and then pulling away
again after Mexico made it 2-2.
Mali also fought back from a goal
down to earn a 3-1 victory over Belgium.

The African sides go head-to-head
for the trophy at the Estadio Sausalito in Vina del Mar.
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Nigeria 2-0 Mali
60′ – HAIDARA MO. (in)
comes off the bench to replace DIAKITE (out) (Mali)
59′ – BAMGBOYE (Nigeria)
scores!!
56′ – OSIMHEN (Nigeria)
scores!!
55′ – Nigeria swing in the
corner.
54′ – Mali swing in the
corner.
53′ – Mali swing in the
corner.
52′ -So close! A player
from Nigeria rattles the crossbar.
52 – The goalkeeper of Mali
pulls off a save.
52′
A player from Nigeria sees his effort hit the target.
51′
The goalkeeper of Mali pulls off a save.
50′ – A player from Mali
illegally handles the ball.
49′ – Nigeria take the
corner kick.
47′ – A player from Nigeria
commits a foul.
47′
Nigeria swing in the corner.
46′
Before the second half begins MADUEKE (in) comes off the bench to replace EBERE
(out) (Nigeria)
The second half kicks off.
– The referee brings the first
half to an end.
45′
Mali are penalised after committing a foul.
44′
Nigeria has a shot blocked.
44′
Nigeria take the corner kick.
44′
The goalkeeper of Mali pulls off a save.
44′
A player from Nigeria sees his effort hit the target.
43′
Mali are ruled offside.
41′
A player from Nigeria commits a foul.
38′ – ENOGELA (Nigeria) is
yellow carded.
37′ – Nigeria swing in the
corner.
36′ – Nigeria has a shot blocked.
34′ – Mali try a shot on
goal, but it is off-target.
33′ – Mali try a shot on
goal, but it is off-target.
32′ – A player from Nigeria
commits a foul.
31′ – Nigeria are penalised
after committing a foul.
30′
A player from Mali illegally handles the ball.
30′
Mali has a shot blocked.
30′
Mali swing in the corner.
29′
The goalkeeper of Nigeria pulls off a save.
29′
A player from Mali sees his effort hit the target.
29′
Mali swing in the corner.
25′ – Nigeria are penalised
after committing a foul.
22′ – Mali swing in the
corner.
20′ – Nigeria try a shot on
goal, but it is off-target.
19′ – Mali strike their
free-kick wide.
18′- Nigeria concede a
free-kick following a challenge on a player from Mali.
18′ – A player from Nigeria
commits a foul.
17′ – Mali are penalised
after committing a foul.
15′ – A player from Mali
commits a foul.
15′ – Nigeria swing in the
corner.
13′ – Nigeria concede a
free-kick following a challenge on a player from Mali.
13′ – A player from Mali
commits a foul.
12′ – Mali has a shot
blocked.
11′ – The goalkeeper of
Nigeria pulls off a save.
11′ – A player from Mali
sees his effort hit the target.
9′ – A player from Nigeria
commits a foul.
5′ – Nigeria are penalised
after committing a foul.
4′ – A player from Nigeria
commits a foul.
4′ – Nigeria has a shot
blocked.
4′ – So close! A player
from Nigeria rattles the crossbar.
4′ – The goalkeeper of Mali
pulls off a save.
4′ – EBERE (Nigeria) sees
his penalty saved by the goalkeeper.
3′ – A player from Mali
illegally handles the ball.
1′ – A player from Mali
commits a foul.
1′ – The match kicks off.
– Match kicks off at 11pm.
Team line-ups
Mali
1 SAMUEL (GK)
2 DANTE (C)
3 CHATO
5 SANGARE
7 MAIGA
8 DIAKITE
9 MALLE
11 BOUBACAR
15 FOFANA
18 HAIDARA A.
20 KOITA
Nigeria

1 UDOH (GK)
2 LAZARUS
4 ENOGELA
5 ZAKARI
7 BAMGBOYE
8 CHUKWUEZE
9 OSIMHEN
10 NWAKALI (C)
14 IKWU
15 ANUMUDU
17 EBERE

So glad
Sierra Leone has been declared Ebola-free after 42 days with no new
cases. 

Sierra
Leone’s President Ernest Bai Koroma made the announcement during a ceremony
after being declared Ebola-free by the World Health Organization. The
country will now enter a 90 day period of surveillance to ensure early
detection of any possible new cases.  
Nearly 4,000 people lost their
lives from the disease in the West African country. Ebola killed more than
11,300 people in Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea since March 2014. 

And below is a Liberian song that I totally enjoyed titled “Ebola must go!”

I’ve been contemplating becoming a raw vegan for a long time, so watching this video is really fueling that desire.
The
video was presented by the Swedish supermarket chain Coop, showing the effect
of eating organic food in the bodies of a family of five.

Also, below is a video by Kristina Carrillo-Bucaram, a lady I really admire. If you hear I become a raw vegan, blame her videos 🙂
Kristiana is a pioneer in the local, organic food co-operative movement. The founder of the largest raw, organic produce co-operative in the U.S., she has been 100% raw for over nine years. An exemplification of all that she wishes to create, she is a leading visionary in the raw movement, especially in Houston, TX.