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BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY #4-FROM KA MERITAH WITH ANITA AKORFA ATI ADEGBOYEGA THOMPSON ON FACEBOOK!

August 26, 2015

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August 26, 2015

BLACK!-THE FIRST RACE!-THE FIRST PEOPLE-THE ORIGINAL PEOPLE ON ALL THE EARTH!-FROM MONTU ASE ON FACEBOOK

August 25, 2015

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OBA OOOOO!-OONI 00000!-“OBA OKUNADE SIUJUWADE, OLUBUSE II,,,”-BY NIYI AKINNASO-FROM THE PUNCH NEWSPAPER,NIGERIA

August 20, 2015

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FROM THE PUNCH NEWSPAPER,NIGERIA

Oba Okunade Sijuwade, Olubuse II, 1930-2015

   

Oba Okunade Sijuwade, Olubuse II

Olofin Oduduwa. Iku Baba Yeye. Iku Alase,Ekeji Orisa. Orisa gbogbo Oba Yoruba. Oba Olori Alade. Jingbinni bi ate akun. Ekun Olori aye gbogbo. Kabiyesi, Ebora Ile-Igbo!

The above excerpt from the oriki (praise incantation) of the Ooni of Ife, draws attention to the supremacy of the Ooni among Yoruba monarchs, while also highlighting the deification, if not mystification, of the monarch in Yoruba tradition. Once enthroned, the new monarch is believed to have been transformed through various rituals into various roles, which he is believed to perform at various times. Various appellations are used to reflect these roles, including Kabiyesi, Ekeji Orisa, Ebora, Iku Alase, and Iku Baba Yeye.

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YORUBA OOOOO!-BLACK POLYGAMY OOOOO!-THE OONI OF IFE ATI HIS 3 WIVES ATI CHILDREN!-FROM NAIJA.COM

August 20, 2015

FROM NAIJA.COM

Ooni of Ife

Ooni of Ife

The influential traditional ruler died in a London hospital after he was rushed to the United Kingdom last week. His sudden demise however has made life in Ile Ife come to a halt. Various markets have been closed down and the entire community is in a reflective mood following the death of the Royal Majesty. He is survived by three wives, children and grand children. See photos of his wives below:

Olori Monisola Sijuwade

Olori Monisola Sijuwade

Olori Ladun Sijuwade

Olori Dolapo Sijuwade

Olori Ladun Sijuwade

Olori Ladun Sijuwade

Olori Monisola Sijuwade is the first wife of the Oni, she is also the Yeyeluwa of Ife. Beautiful Olori Dolapo Sijuwade is one of the educated wife of Ooni. She is the CEO of Dalora Ventures and has been married to the king for about 30 years. She studied Economics and Politics at the Buckingham University.

READ ALSO: 10 Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About The Late Ooni Of Ife

Here are the photos of the Oba’s children:

Prince Tokunbo Sijuwade

Prince Tokunbo Sijuwade

Prince Gbade Sijuwade

Prince Gbade Sijuwade

Princess Kemi Sijuwade

Princess Kemi Sijuwade

Prince Gbade Sijuwade

Prince Gbade Sijuwade

Prince Adegbite Sijuwade

Prince Adegbite Sijuwade

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Princess Adedotun Sijuwade

Princess Adedotun Sijuwade

Princess Adedami Sijuwade

Princess Adedami Sijuwade

Princess Adetoun Sijuwade

Princess Adetoun Sijuwade

One of the sons of the King, Adegbite recently had his wedding introduction ceremony with TV presenter, Dolapo Oni. The Ooni, was involved in a long-standing dispute with two other respected traditional rulers – the Awujale of Ijebuland and the Alake of Egbaland. But it was resolved in late 2009.

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SERENA WILLIAMS -BLACK SKINNED BEAUTY-GETS AFRICAN AT WIMBLEDON WIN!

August 20, 2015

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Jul 11, 2015 – Serena Williams has celebrated her Wimbledon victory by walking back to the locker room balancing the tournament’s historic trophy on her head. … posed for pictures on Centre Court with the silver Venus Rosewater Dish, …

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Jul 11, 2015 – Serena Williams balanced the Wimbledon dish on her head. epa04842408 … When you’ve won a title six times, there’s only so much different you can do with the trophy. Hold, pose … #Wimbledon pic.twitter.com/wMugNIhqiE.

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Sandy Bland’s family files a federal lawsuit because they believe she would not have taken her life

August 7, 2015

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Sandy Bland’s family files a federal lawsuit because they believe she would not have taken her life

August 7, 2015

SADSandy Bland’s family files a federal lawsuit because they believe she would not have taken her life

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AFRICA!- IBADAN!-AGODI GARDENS!-“IBADAN’S CHANGING FACE”-FROM TELL MAGAZINE

August 7, 2015

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“IBADAN’S CHANGING FACE!”- WEST AFRICA’S LARGEST LAND AREA CITY IS CHANGING-FROM TELL MAGAZINE,NIGERIA
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Ibadan’s Changing Face
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The cool breeze from the calm lake, the quiet humming noise from the different lawn mowers positioned at strategic locations at the very posh Agodi Gardens, Ibadan, keeps me company on this cool Friday morning. The air is fresh and calm and one is reminded of what it was like growing up in Ibadan. The ancient city appears to have turned a new leaf. It is hard to imagine that one is reclining in Ibadan.
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Agodi Gardens, situated near the Oyo State Secretariat has existed for ages and it was previously called ‘Okun d’osa’ which means massive seas turning into river. This forest beneath the Mokola Hills was probably worshipped by the local pagans. Stories around ancestral worship are enticing and captivating to read. Today, it is a different story as there is evidence of revival. There are many churches that meet to pray at the summit. Hearing their garrulous prayers adds colour to the cultural landscape.
There is a momentary absence from buzzing mosquitoes, as it is early in the morning and the power of the African sun has yet to be felt. The children are delighted to chase after lizards. It feels like South Africa, or Kenya, but it is Ibadan. Only Ibadan. Our Ibadan. The Gardens has put Ibadan literally on the map of the world and there is a pride when people ‘like’ your Agodi Gardens pictures on Instagram. It is a plus for the government in Ibadan and a ‘dividend’ of democracy for the people.
The kind of detail and finesse the Gardens exhibits does not beat the imagination, but it gives ordinary people hope to believe that all things are possible. Before the sensation of the Agodi Gardens, there were Trans Amusement Park and the University of Ibadan Zoo. There are unconfirmed reports that the Amusement Park has been taken over by the market people who have encroached on the Amusement Park land. Memories of fun times at the University Zoo linger and one hopes the Zoo has stayed the same.
Agodi Gardens seem a world away from what is normal. It seems a place for the city’s middle class, students and poor people with little spending money. Just ten minutes away up the road, is an intersection that can take you to Dugbe, Mokola, University of Ibadan, and literally to the rest of the world. At this junction, you see the very people who bring this city alive; people, who hustle and bustle for their daily bread. At N500 per head, Agodi Gardens is competitively priced but one wonders how long the Gardens will stay enthralling.
There is also the question of whether or not Ibadan has come of age to be able to maintain such a garden. Whilst we were there, a woman allowed her child to do a wee on the grass near the play park. A couple more children doing that and then air would be pungent and nauseous. Next-door is the secretariat, where the executive governor has his office. The Grounds and Facilities department seems to be on holiday as weeds have taken over. It is the rainy season, to be fair, but it begs the question whether Agodi Gardens will always remain in its flawless state.
Other than the general filth that has been the characteristic of Ibadan, and the filth you see when you are driving into the city, the good news seems to be that the sleepy city is finally waking up. It seems. Never has so much been thrown in the way of ordinary people. Ibadan boasts of its own Dominoes Pizza, KFC, Mr Biggs’, multiple chains of Foodco Stores, Shoprite malls, and a host of other shops. This new commercialised Ibadan services the up-and- coming, retains the status quo of those with old money and restricts harshly the spending power of those who have not.
A part of me yearns for the old Ibadan, but in spite of this fact, it is clear that the city is poised to make gains for the next hundred years. Hundred years? Unfortunately, the city needs to do more to attract either foreign visitors, Africans or other Nigerians. The three million people living in Ibadan may not be enough to generate the sales needed to keep Agodi Gardens and its leisure resorts thriving. Famous hotels are closing and there is an indication that people are not spending enough.
The terrain is harsh and the business climate is unfriendly. Yet we must salute the bravery of those who in spite of bad business climate set up and continue to trade. New Bodija is now a high street. Shops, schools, banks and churches have taken over.
Up and down the newly done roads, there is evidence of an expansion in heavenly merchandise. Certain churches seem to have their branches in more areas than others. People think in similar ways, so for your money, there are so many school billboards, churches and businesses. Other than the shops, the city is a service industry. The day care centres and primarily schools are money-spinners whilst the churches keep the fight on for new prospects by their adverts for crusades, seminars and conventions.
The majority of the shops in Ibadan sell imported products: shoes, bags, accessories and much more. Ibadan has taken its place in the pride of nations by having its own malls and escalators to go with it. Coupled with tickets and places to buy vanilla ice cream and Smile Internet, Ibadan could be Dunstable right now. Ibadan is obviously far from being London but in the pride of cities, it is a force to reckon with.
The good thing it seems is that more people are in work, at Agodi Gardens, the facilities team are picking up litter and mowing the lawns. At malls, there were people with massive brooms sweeping the floors and making sure it was tidy. It is easy to believe all is well with Ibadan at a place like Agodi Gardens. It is easy to believe that the ancient lazy city has arrived. If the truth were to be told, the people do well to mask their frustrations and pent up anger. Frustrations? We don’t produce anything. The goods sold are mostly imported. The shop owners seem only interested in taking your cash from you. Our shops and churches all seem to cater for our present. Wages are still very low. But perhaps these are symptoms of a worldwide era where the rich are richer and the poor are poorer. Yet this is Ibadan where those who shop in the shops and the shop owners feel they have ‘arrived’ and they are better than the rest of us.
I belong to Ibadan and Ibadan belongs to me and I am pleased that Ibadan is working and much better than I left it. But in ten years, would the rich people of Ibadan want people like us in their city? Would this new hard earned wealth be shared evenly? Would I be able to buy or build a house, send my daughter to a good school in Ibadan?

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BLACK PEOPLE—-KILLING BLACK WOMEN TOO-THESE RACIST POLICE-KILLED HER IN FRONT OF HER FAMILY!- FROM COUNTERCURRENTNEWS.COM

August 4, 2015

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Cops Slam Unarmed Woman On The Pavement, Killing Her In Front of Family
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Cleveland police officers recently killed a 37-year-old African American woman who died after police slammed her head on the concrete, just outside of her family’s home.

Her brother explained that Tanisha Anderson was pronounced dead at Cleveland Clinic after the assault by the Ohio cops. The pronouncement came early Thursday about two hours after the police “take down” caused Anderson to bash her head on the concrete outside of her home.

“They killed my sister,” Joell Anderson, Tanisha’s 40-year-old brother said as he fought back tears. “I watched it.”

Officers came to the house after a call from a family member who thought the police could calm the bi-polar Tanisha down, during an argument.

Police came, responding to the situation as a “disturbing the peace” call. It seemed that everyone agreed Tanisha should undergo an evaluation at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, police sources told us.

But what happened next is described very differently by police and family members.

“As the officers escorted Anderson to the police vehicle, she began actively resisting the officers,” police spokesman Sgt. Ali Pillow claimed to the local Cleveland publication, The Plain Dealer.

Tanisha changed her mind about the evaluation after police slapped cuffs on her. She believed she was within her rights to decide whether she went for a voluntary evaluation. But police, at this point, argued that it was up to them.

“The woman began to kick at officers,” Pillow said. “A short time later the woman stopped struggling and appeared to go limp. Officers found a faint pulse on the victim and immediately called EMS.”

But Tanisha’s brother Joell gives a very different account than what the police claim.
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“She was more of a danger to herself than others,” he explained.

Two male officers escorted Tanesha Anderson, who was prescribed medication for bipolar disorder and schizophrenia, to the police cruiser. She sat herself in the backseat but became nervous about the confined space and tried to get out, Anderson said.

As Tanisha called out for her brother and mother, an officer used a “Judo” take down move after having pressed her head down repeatedly in the backseat in what seemed to be a “smothering” manner, Joell Anderson said.

Joell says that after she hit her head on the concrete, and the officer placed his knee on her back, she never opened her eyes or spoke another word.

To add insult to injury, Joell says that his sister’s sundress was lifted above her waist, where it remained as officers refused to administer any aid to the unconscious woman. Joell says that he was forced to go over and use his own jacket to cover her naked lower body, because police would not, even when he asked them to.

“She was outgoing, silly, always joking,” Joell said of his sister. “She just wasn’t doing very well that day.”

The Cleveland Police Department tells us that their Division of Police Use of Deadly Force Investigation Team is “investigating” the case. No officers involved have been fired, reprimanded, nor placed on leave.

(Article by Jackson Marciana; special thanks to The Plain Dealer)
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24hourwealthcoach
on November 23, 2014 at 1:42 am

Sadly, no “Rodney King” or “Ferguson” video footage of this crime means that the officer will likely escape conviction. Given the word of a grieving family against a “reliable” police officer, who will the jury believe? All cops should be wearing video cameras on their bodies at all times; for their own protection as much as for the public good.
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felanie77
on November 18, 2014 at 7:52 pm

the cleveland police either are too stupid to get it or they just don’t care{i suspect the latter.}. they are currently under investigation for shit like this and they keep doing it! there is NOTHING that will make up for this family’s pain and heartbreak! and you can bet NOTHING will be done to these murdering cops!
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