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VP Prof. Osinbajo’s Sweet Message to Wife Dolapo on Her Birthday

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Nigeria’s Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo celebrated his wife Dolapo’s birthday today.
He used this sweet words on his Twitter handle to send lovely message to her.
“I found a girl, beautiful and sweet many years ago. I got to know you and you became Queen of my heart.
You are my past, my present and my future. You complete me!
You are as beautiful as the day I met you.
Happy Birthday Oludolapo, your heart is my home.”

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Nigerians flock to celebrate Yoruba goddess

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Many worshippers are attending Nigeria’s yearly festival dedicated to the Yoruba fertility goddess, Osun. Friday is the most important date of the two-week event.
They travel to the Osun Sacred Grove on the outskirts of Osogbo city, where the river is dotted with sanctuaries and shrines to mark what believers say is the settlement point for the ancestors of the Osogbo people over 400 years ago.
People say that the river saved Osogbo during a pre-colonial war between locals and the Fulani warriors. So the river is worshipped as a way of showing gratitude.
It’s also the Unesco-protected home of 400 plant species, at least half of which have medicinal uses.

 


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Picture of Rihanna and Donald Glover drives fans wild

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An image of the pair in Cuba has sparked rumours.

IS IT a music video? Is it a film? No one’s quite sure what Rihanna and Donald Glover are up to but that hasn’t stopped the rumour mill from going into overdrive.
The pair have been snapped together in Cuba and fans are convinced that they are teaming up on a new project.
A local Cuban publication, Vistar magazine, has reported that the Bajan beauty and the Atlanta creator are working on a new film called Guava Island.
The film reportedly also features Black Panther star Letitia Wright and Nonso Anozie and is being directed by Hiro Murai.

RIRI IN CUBA: A fan account shared photos of the singer ‘on set’ in the country
Murai has directed numerous episodes of Glover’s TV show Atlanta and was also behind the camera for the This is America music video.
Neither Rihanna or Glover have confirmed reports of the project.
Whatever they are up to, it won’t be the only time the two team up this year.
On Monday, Rihanna announced that Glover will perform at her annual Diamond Ball.
She said: “So excited to announce that my sis Issa Rae is hosting this year’s Diamond Ball in exactly one month!! And Donald Glover is closing out the night with a special performance!”
The Diamond Ball is Rihanna’s fundraising gala for the Clara Lionel Foundation, the charitable organisation she set up to provide help and support to impoverished communities around the world.

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Irene Charnley, South Africa, CEO, Smile Telecoms
The chief executive of Smile Telecoms is a born organiser. With a trade-union background, Charnley started in the world of business with the creation of the National Empowerment Consortium (NEC), a body aimed at empowering those who apartheid excluded from the commanding heights of the economy. The NEC then bought a 35% share of Johnnic Holdings – where Charnley was executive director – which in turn took a controlling stake in what became South Africa’s leading telecoms company, MTN, helping to drive its listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange.

And this commitment to sharing wealth has been constant. While at Johnnic, which is now called Times Media Group, she championed the Ikageng scheme, which turned 32,000 previously excluded South Africans into shareholders in Johnnic. And in 2002, Charnley led a R4bn ($296m) management and staff buy in to MTN.

While commercial director of MTN, Charnley spearheaded the group’s expansion through Africa and beyond, anchoring the company’s reputation as the continent’s biggest telecoms player. The entry into Iran, however, did not come without controversy. MTN was accused by rival Turkcell of stealing its licence, something denied by MTN and Charnley.

A brief spell as the unpaid chair of the South African Broadcasting Corporation in 2009 – where she uncovered scandal after scandal – displayed her continued interest in public service. But it was not politics that Charnley pursued after stepping down as executive director at MTN in 2007. Instead, telecoms remains Charnley’s core passion: as chief executive of Smile Telecoms, Charnley has continued to push for expansion. Smile now claims one of the largest 4G networks in Africa, operating in Nigeria, Uganda, Tanzania and soon in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Elisabeth Medou-Badang, Cameroon, Zone director, Middle East and Africa,Orange
Medou-Badang has steadily climbed the ranks at the French telecom provider Orange. She became CEO of Orange Botswana in 2009 before returning to her home country in 2013 to head up Orange’s operations there. She was named director for the Middle East and Africa this year, a post she hopes to use to spread the digital and mobile-money revolutions even further.

Jalila Mezni, Tunisia, CEO, Société d’Articles Hygiéniques (SAS Lilas)
Mezni shuns the spotlight, but her success in manufacturing personal care products has made her an influential member of the Tunisian business elite and she is one of the few women to run a listed company. SAH got a boost in 2016 when the private equity firm Abraaj acquired a stake, promising to help Mezni expand operations into the West African market. Mezni is now taking some of her fortune and investing it in the private education sector.

Nicky Newton-King, South Africa, CEO, Johannesburg Stock Exchange
The CEO of the continent’s biggest stock market is busy defending her institution after recent financial scandals, including the meltdown of Steinhoff. With that and high-profile corruption cases, she says her focus is on winning people’s trust. In a recent op-ed she lamented: “We have become too sceptical of those in positions of authority […] to trust that anyone would act other than for their narrow self-interest.” She hopes that a turnaround in South Africa’s economy will soon lead to a slate of new listings.

Anta Babacar Ngom, Senegal, CEO, Sedima
The 33-year-old France and US-trained business executive is taking a family business with activities in poultry and real estate to new heights. She joined the company in 2009 and became its boss in January 2016. In that year Sedima ploughed $29m into two new factories, a flour mill and an abattoir. Sedima has operations in Mali, Equatorial Guinea and DRC, and aims to be a top West African agribusiness within a few years.

Nonkululeko Nyembezi-Heita, South Africa, CEO, IchorCoal
Nyembezi-Heita started her career as an engineer for IBM, but unleashed her full potential when she got into business. After her role as head of investment group Alliance Capital Management, she became CEO of ArcelorMittal South Africa, and now of IchorCoal. She is also chairman of the JSE and the first woman to chair the board of insurance company Alexander Forbes Group Holdings.

Huguette Oyini, Gabon, Deputy MD, BGFIBank
After 16 years at BGFIBank, Oyini took over its second most important post, as deputy to Henri-Claude Oyima. She is in charge of the efficiency of the company’s subsidiaries, a pan-African mission considering that the bank is active in seven African countries. She is also busy with digitalising the bank’s services, and the court case by e-Doley for using its mobile transfer technology.

Maria Luisa Perdigão-Abrantes, Angola, Director, U.S.-Africa Business Center
The ex-wife of Angola’s former president José Eduardo dos Santos and former chair of its National Agency for Private Investment (ANIP), Perdigão-Abrantes still half-way between business and politics. In 2016 she was appointed a non-executive director of the U.S.-Africa Business Center, a US chamber of commerce programme to increase trade and investments across the Atlantic.

Maria Ramos,South Africa, Chief Executive, Absa (Barclays Africa)
Previously director general of the National Treasury of South Africa, Ramos took over the reins of Transnet in 2004. As chief executive, she restructured and partly privatised the state-owned transports company, before becoming CEO of Absa, which she is taking to the Nigerian Stock Exchange. She also serves on the board of luxury goods holding company Richemont.

Hania Sadek, Egypt, COO, HSBC Bank Egypt
Sadek started her career as head of the IT department of HSBC Egypt in 1983, and climbed the ladder to the very top. Appointed COO in 2010, she is also an executive director of the bank. Her 35 years of banking experience and her deep understanding of the company makes her a powerful woman in Egypt’s finance landscape.

Felleng Sekha, South Africa, Head of regulatory affairs and public policy, MTN
After leaving her executive position at MTN in 2007, Sekha is back to work with the South African telecom company, with a new unit created specifically for the ICT law specialist. She has also been working as a deputy chairperson of the South African Broadcasting Corporation.

Gloria Serobe, South Africa, Founder, executive director of Wiphold and CEO of Wipcapital
A member of various boards such as Sasol Mining and South African arms manufacturer Denel, Serobe is known for her contribution to the empowerment of black women. She founded Wiphold (Women Investment Portfolio Holdings) in 1994, which is majority black- and women-owned.

Heather Sonn, South Africa, Chair, Steinhoff International
Sonn is the former CEO of Legae Securities and president of the South African Association of Investors. In December 2017 she was reappointed to Steinhoff’s supervisory board as chairperson. She has since been busy dealing with the fraud scandal that hit the company in late 2017 and led to the resignation of its CEO, Markus Jooste.

Mama Tajmouati, Morocco, CEO, Ynna Holding
At 81, Tajmouati is the most senior businesswoman on our list. In 2016 she inherited her husband’s empire, comprising more than 30 firms owned by Ynna Holding, of which she was already an active member. The company covers many sectors, such as real estate, construction, hotels, petrochemicals and retail, making its diversity the driver of its growth.

Lamia Tazi, Morocco, Managing director, Sothema
Trained as a pharmacist, Tazi went on to head Sothema, the Moroccan pharmaceutical company founded by her father, Omar Tazi. She has restructured the company’s exports division, while supervising the Dakar factory and launching the production of cancer medications. She is also the new secretary general of the Moroccan Association of Pharmaceutical Industry.

Binta Touré Ndoye, Mali, Managing director, Oragroup
The Malian banker led the Malian and Togolese subsidiaries of Ecobank before arriving at Oragroup, owned by Emerging Capital Partners. Ndoye’s main goal is to amplify the bank’s growth and to widen its customer base from small and medium-sized enterprises to individuals through the digitalisation of its services.

Mary Vilakazi, South Africa, COO, FirstRand
Last July Vilakazi assumed the role of COO of FirstRand, leaving her position as deputy CEO of MMI. The chartered accountant is the first female executive to join the bank’s board and will be responsible for internal audit, regulatory and enterprise risk management, as well as the group’s insurance and rest-of-Africa strategies.

Sharon Wapnick, South Africa, Founding partner, Tugendhaft Wapnick Banchetti & Partners
Wapnick has built her empire both through her father’s wealth and her own hard work. A real-estate mogul, Alec Wapnick founded City Property, of which Wapnick is now a director. She is also the chair of Octodec Investments, a JSE-listed real estate investment trust, and an attorney and senior partner of TWB.

Rita Maria Zniber, Morocco, CEO, Diana Holding
As CEO of the Moroccan spirits and agribusiness company, Diana Holding, Zniber started off strong, becoming the majority shareholder of French spirits company Marie Brizard Wine & Spirits. Her new goal is to internationalise Morocco’s oldest wine and spirits company, while keeping the whole value chain, from production to distribution, under the strict control of Diana Holding.

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Bringing millennials to Christ By Magnify founder Ruth Yimika Awogbade

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RUTH YIMIKA AWOGBADE could be viewed as a poster girl for Christian millennials.
She co-writes a blog and runs a YouTube channel with her husband-to-be Ayo Afolabi, is the youngest ever board member of the Evangelical Alliance, and is most well known as founder and editor of Magnify – a magazine she started almost 10 years ago focused on faith, feminism and fashion.
The aims of magazine are simple, Ruth says, and they are “to give women the opportunity to explore Christianity and see how it can be relevant in their day-to-day life”.
AMAZING
The current edition of Magnify is a groundbreaking moment in its development as it’s the first to feature a well-known black celebrity on the cover: Letitia Wright, the breakout British star of superhero blockbuster Black Panther.
Ruth said: “It was a great opportunity to have someone like Letitia as our first cover star, particularly at this time in her career.”
Ruth also recognised God’s hand in securing Letitia. She explained: “I had watched Black Panther and thought that she was amazing.
“A week later I found out she was a Christian and I remember saying to my fiancé it would be a dream to interview her, but I don’t have any clue how we would get her.
“That week I checked the Magnify email account, and a woman who knew her [Letitia] had emailed me, and said she meant to email me in 2017.
“She wrote, ‘I’ve got a friend who’s an actress, who’s a big fan of the magazine and she’s always said if there’s any way she could be involved in the magazine she’d be honoured to. I don’t know if you’ve heard of her, but her name is Letitia Wright.’ The lady said she was not in a position to put in touch so half of me felt it was amazing and other half felt how am I going to get her?”

A week later, Ruth’s fiancé Ayo bumped into someone who knew Letitia, and told them Magnify was interested in featuring her. The friend passed the info to Letitia and the rest is history.
There’s no doubt Letitia is a fan of Magnify. She attended the magazine launch and shared the cover with her 1.4 million Instagram followers with the caption: “Last year I prayed about being in #MagnifyMagazine, now I’m blessed to be on the cover of its fourth issue. God is good.”
Ruth greatly enjoyed meeting the Hollywood star. She said: “Seeing her humility is unbelievable. Letitia really has been as nice as you’d think she’d be.” Just as the actress gains popularity, Magnify itself is set for growth. It now has four people on staff, has increased the print run to 15,000 and is selling in 70 stores across the UK.
Ruth is rightly pleased with this development. “The vision is to take the church and the message of Christ to people who would not go into a church. This is very, very exciting.” Ruth, born to Nigerian parents, grew up in a Christian home but lost her faith following the death of close family members.
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She threw herself into the social life of Durham University, where she studied politics, to ease the pain and forget about God.
However, when she returned home following her first university term she got an opportunity to self-reflect and gradually reconnected with God. She’s been serving Him ever since.
Ruth has spoken about her faith and work in various media, including BBC One’s Songs of Praise and The Huffington Post – and she’s grateful for such opportunities.
“I just have the privilege to speak about my passion and for people to want to hear my perspective,” she said.
The next few months are set to be life-changing for Ruth. Not only is Magnify broadening its audience, Ruth has a book out later this month called More Direction, which she co-wrote with her fiancé – whom she will marry in September.
It seems that life is continuing in an upward trajectory for both Ruth and Magnify, and it’ll be inspiring to watch their continual rise. Visit magnifycollective.com for more about the magazine.

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UK : Sheffield’s Lord Mayor Secures the Title of the Coolest Mayor in the UK

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LORD MAYOR Magid Magid has secured the title of the coolest mayor in the UK – and now he has invited some citizen’s to join him on a cinema date night.
Taking to Twitter to share his invite, Magid Magid wrote: “So I’ve just booked my ticket for this Sunday, 20:30 at @showroomcinema. Meet at the cafe at 19:30 for some pre drinks. Hope to see as many of you there as possible” .

He then attached a photo of his seat booked in an almost empty cinema for a screening of Mamma Mia.
In a matter of minutes, people were tweeting him back, saying they wanted to join him to see the anticipated flick.
One twitter user said: “Why are all the best things happening in Sheffield when I’m not there???? ????”
While another user said: Ok we need you in Los Angeles bruv. Just have to say how thrilling it is to watch young people, like you, show up and take the lead. Pure awesomeness.”
Magid Magid’s popularity has risen over the months after he was named new Lord Mayor of Sheffield and his portrait of him – in Dr Martens no less – went viral.

 

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‘Most beautiful girl in the world’: Five-year-old Nigerian sends social media into frenzy

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THIS five-year-old has been dubbed the “most beautiful in the world” after a photographer shared photos of her on Instagram.

A photo of a 5-year-old Nigerian girl has hit it big on social media, racking up compliments such as “beautiful,” “absolutely stunning,” and “doll-like.”
On Friday, photographer Mofe Bamuyiwa Instagrammed a photo of the young girl named Jare, writing, “Oh yes she’s human! She’s also an angel!” The lifestyle-and-wedding photographer based in Lagos, Nigeria, explained that by positioning Jare in a more mature pose, she illustrated the intersection between child and adulthood.
Twenty-thousand people reacted on Instagram, writing that the photo was a “true work of art” and that Jare is the new Barbie.

Jare, from Nigeria, was snapped by Mofe Bamuyiwa who shared three stunning portraits of the youngster on her Instagram account.
The jaw-dropping photos show the child posing in a simple setting showcasing her enormous eyes and perfectly smooth skin, as well as her beautiful afro.

In the picture, the photographer wrote: “Oh yes she’s human! She’s also an angel.
“I could have made her smile and make her laugh out loud but I put her in their natural moments for us to see through their eyes.”

“Jare isn’t a professional model,” Bamuyiwai said, adding that the girl’s two sisters, Jomi, 7, and Joba, 10, with their “striking features and strong characters,” have also posed for photos.
Bamuyiwai says she inspired the children’s mother to launch an Instagram page for her daughters called The J3 Sisters, where they already have more than 5K followers.
Bamuyiwai is surprised by the response to her photos. “All I want is for everyone to see Jare’s powerful potential.

I want the photo to speak to her when she has reached her adulthood.”

J A R E @the_j3_sisters CHILDREN ARE A GIFT FROM HEAVEN. I’m pretty excited and elated about my new style of child portraiture . Before I thought of Photographing the @the_j3_sisters , I have had frivolous ideas of how I can make artsy portraits of kids And do away from the norm . The opportunity came and I had to take a bold step to express my ideas of how I want to take portraits of kids. I want to portray the interception between her childhood and adulthood so both stay timeless ! We continue to the next post TEAM Make up by Dammy of @iposhlooks Creative style direction @mofebamuyiwa Hair by @totalshopwigs Hair styled by @hairkarved Styled by @styledbyseun Assisted by @adebimpe_aj @ernest_chuxx @official_bigjosh #bmbstudio #bmbphotography #mofebamuyiwa #kids #kidsphotography #artsy #love #light #childphotographer #familyphotography

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Fans praised the portraits and the first of the three images quickly received 16,000 likes.
Commenting on the photo, one user wrote: “The most beautiful girl in the world.”
Another said: “This is what you call the most beautiful girl in the world. Wow.”
While a third gushed: “This beautiful child has broken the internet.”

 

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1st black woman to earn a Ph.D in Nuclear Engineering at MIT

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MAREENA ROBINSON SNOWDEN, a student at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has made history as the first black woman to earn a Ph.D. in nuclear engineering from the prestigious university.
The student graduated on June 8, and took to Instagram to share her excitement over her landmark graduation.
Posing in her cap and gown, Snowden said: “First black woman to earn a PhD from MIT in Nuclear Engineering **insert praise break here*.
“No one can tell me God isn’t. Grateful is the best word I have to describe how I feel. Grateful for every part of this experience – highs and lows. Every person who supported me and those who didn’t. Grateful for a praying family, a husband who took on this challenge as his own, sisters who reminded me at every stage how powerful I am, friends who inspired me to fight harder. Grateful for the professors who fought for and against me. Every experience on this journey was necessary, and I’m better for it.”
Following the ceremony, the MIT graduate spoke to CNBC about her interest in engineering. “Engineering definitely was not something I had a passion for at a young age. I was quite the opposite. I think my earliest memories of math and science were definitely one of like nervousness and anxiety and just kind of an overall fear of the subject.”
However, her math and physics teachers in high school changed that for her, and by the time was in the 12th grade, she and her dad decided to visit the physics department at Florida A&M University since she was deciding on colleges at the time.

“They treated me like a football player who was getting recruited. They took me to the scholarship office, and they didn’t know anything about me at the time. All they knew was that I was a student who was open to the possibility of majoring in physics,” said Snowden.
While at MIT she was often the only black person or woman in her classes which was quite the change since she attended an HBCU.
Since graduating from MIT, Snowden – who counts Katherine Johnson as one of her main inspirations, she has taken on a new position at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, where she will be focusing on nuclear security, as well as policy research and writing about nuclear weapons.

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Igbo Community Leicestershire Mourns Prof K N Okoronkwo

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An iroko has fallen in Leicester City, UK. We’re in grave mourning mood presently but our consolation remains in our Good God, who made Heaven and earth; mankind and other creatures!

Please spare a thought or two for us especially the nuclear family of our brother, uncle and good friend, Prof K N Okoronkwo. Words alone can’t be sufficient to tell the measure of the man, who endeared himself to our (African) Peoples and Cultures here in the Midlands of Great Britain! We was a founding member and FIRST Chairman of Cultural Advisory Committee of Ndi Igbo Leicestershire. (2011-2014).

Adieu Ochiriozor, you’ll continue to live in our memories. Rest in perfect peace in God’s Paradise!

Chief Ike Nice Nwokoro (Nwachinemere)
President, Ndi Igbo Leicestershire (2010-2014)

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‘Black Panther’ star fronts new Reebok campaign

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BLACK PANTHER and The Walking Dead star Danai Gurira joins model Gigi Hadid, singer Ariana Grande and Wonder Woman actress Gal Gadot in a new campaign for sportswear bran Reebok that celebrates strong-voiced females who inspire others to act and drive change.
The campaign aims to celebrate strong female voices who inspire others to act and drive change. Game of Thrones actress Nathalie Emmanuel, Yelda Ali (founder of Camel Assembly); athletes Katrin Davidsdottir, Reese Scott and Jenny Gaither (founder and CEO of Movemeant Foundation); and Shannon Kim Wagner (founder of the Women’s Strength Coalition) also star in the campaign.
Each woman is photographed alongside quotes that project inspiring words from each star. For their respected portraits, each share their own personal story of overcoming barriers to become their best selves.
“Reebok has a long history of empowering women and supporting those who empower others,” Reebok VP marketing Melanie Boulden said in a statement. “We did this back in the 1980s, when the brand helped usher in a new fitness movement, led by women, that changed culture and made it OK for women to sweat and have muscles.

“We are still at it today, developing innovative product for women, by women, and encouraging females to experience the physical, mental and social transformation that happens when we move — the essence of our Be More Human philosophy.”
In the campaign, Reebok has also partnered with the Movement Foundation and The Women’s Strength Coalition to support women who work at the grassroots level to support organisations aimed to empower women.
Reebok will also release 10 limited-edition shirts, one for each woman featured in the campaign. From now until Dec. 31, proceeds from the shirt sales will be distributed equally among the organizations.
Consumers who want to participate in other ways can also “donate in sweat” by posting a photograph of themselves working out on Instagram or Twitter using the hashtag #BeMoreHuman. For each photo posted, Reebok will make a donation to the non-profits at a limit of 2,500 posts.

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Koffi Olomide ‘not banned from Zambia’

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Police and government authorities in Zambia have cleared Congolese rhumba star Koffi Olomide to perform in the country next weekend, contrary to media reports earlier in the week that the singer would be arrested on arrival.
It follows allegations published in the state-owned Times of Zambia newspaper that he assaulted a photojournalist in Zambia during a previous tour.
He has also been accused of sexually assaulting his dancers, kidnapping them and employing them without valid permits in France.
The article prompted the 62-year-old to hire lawyers to talk to the authorities to clear his name.
Now Zambia police spokesperson Esther Katongo says Mr Olomide is free to enter Zambia.
She says there is no international arrest warrant for him from Interpol, no criminal record in Zambia, and says “an assault case that was reported at Lusaka Division by a journalist was closed due to lack of evidence”.
The rhumba star is not new to controversy. In 2016, he was caught on camera kicking his female dancer on arrival in Kenya. He was swiftly deported.
In 2012, he was convicted in the Democratic Republic of Congo of assaulting his producer, resulting in a three-month suspended prison sentence.
The altercation with his producer was over a debt of about $3,700 (£2,800), the court heard.
In 2008, he was accused of kicking a cameraman from DR Congo’s private RTGA television station and breaking his camera at a concert in the capital, Kinshasa, following a disagreement over recording rights.
In the end, the speaker of the national assembly stepped in to resolve the dispute, brokering a reconciliation between the star and owner of the TV station.

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