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Mother Cat Walks Through Flames five times to Rescue Her Kittens From Fire
Courtesy Of: http://trendingzoo.com/mother-cat-walks-through-flames-to-save-kittens/ Read More: http://www.GistOnThis.com This cat in New York might have a bigger heart than some humans. Meet Scarlett the cat who became a world famous mother in 1996 when she selflessly walked through flames to rescue all five of her kittens from a burning building. She is living proof of the strength and willpower of motherly love. Scarlett's harrowing ordeal began when she and her kittens were living in an abandoned garage possibly used as a crack house in Brooklyn, NY when suddenly a rapid fire started to sweep over the building. As the NYC Fire Department began to gain control over the fire, they noticed Scarlett carrying each of her kittens one by one out of the fiery garage. Taking a closer look, Scarlett's eyes were blistered shut, her paws were burned red, and her fur was badly singed. Her face was missing nearly all of its fur. It was clear that Scarlett's five trips through the flames left her badly scorched, yet she still touched each of her kittens with her nose to make sure they had all made it out safely. She then became unconscious and collapsed. David Gianelli, a firefighter who noticed Scarlett, took her to the local animal rescue shelter, North Shore Animal League in Port Washington, NY. The facility happily took in the feline family and began to treat their wounds. After three months of intensive care and treatment, Scarlett and all but one of the kittens had made a full recovery, and were ready to be adopted! Thousands of letters poured into the shelter offering to adopt the family, and each of the surviving cats found nurturing homes to live out their days. Scarlett herself was adopted by a kind woman named Karen Wellen, who had been in a traffic accident herself and consequently vowed to take in a special needs animal. Scarlett was her perfect opportunity! Needless to say, Scarlett lived a long and happy life after her heroic motherly deeds.
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Homeless Man Finds Baby Girl While Digging through Garbage, Raises Her as His Own
Read More: http://www.GistOnThis.com Seven years ago, a homeless man in China was scavenging in a garbage bin when he found something that would change his life forever -- a tiny baby girl! He was so overcome with emotion that he decided to raise her as his own child. 50-year-old Xiong Jianguo now lives under a bridge in Nanchang City with his seven-year-old adopted daughter, whom he named Yanyan. "I guess she was one of those children that was born to a family who didn't want a girl," said Xiong. "I had lifted the top of the rubbish bin and was looking to see if there are any plastic bottles I could sell to recycle, when I heard a baby. She was in a box in a blanket and I was absolutely stunned." The box, apparently, contained a single note: "Was born on October 15, 2007." The baby looked so helpless that Xiong took her home; at the time, he lived with his wife in a tiny room. The couple bought a baby bottle to feed her, and that's when he knew that he wanted to look after her for as long as he could. "No matter how hard it is, I intend to make sure that I raise her until she is old enough to stand on her own two feet. I don't believe she would have had a good life in an orphanage," he said. All the same, Xiong does worry that without a fixed address Yanyan doesn't have much of a chance to attend school. He's barely literate himself, but he's doing the best he can to teach her to read, write and do basic math along with the help of a few other homeless friends. The little cutie can apparently recite poems and sagas as well, greatly entertaining her neighbors under the bridge. "She is really bright, she learns very quickly," said Xiong. Life hasn't exactly been kind to Xiong -- his parents died when he was very young, so he was only educated until the third grade. His wife left him in 2012, and the house where they lived was demolished as well. So he was forced to move to a spot under the bridge, along with Yanyan. But in spite of all his hardships, he doesn't intend to give up on Yanyan. Even though life on the streets is tough, Xiong says that Yanyan never complains. They barely manage to make ends meet and often, there isn't even enough food to eat. Once, a reporter who visited her noticed that she had mosquito bites all over her skin. At age four, the child fell dangerously ill, but recovered quickly and has been healthy ever since. Yanyan is heart-warmingly positive in the way she perceives her life. "Whatever happens, every year on my birthday, which is the day he found me, I get a small cake and a trip to a photo studio so that my picture can be taken when I get my birthday present, and so I can have a memory of the day," she said. "As long as it is my father's place, I'm home." Of course, Yanyan isn't officially adopted. Because Xiong doesn't meet the required conditions for adoption, the police cannot handle their accounts. Even the Nanchang City Civil Affairs Bureau hasn't been of much help in the matter. For now, father-and-daughter duo have developed a special life of their own -- they earn a livelihood by recycling and in their spare time, they study books under the streetlight. Xiong hopes that someday, Yanyan will have a steady job and become a useful person to society. I do hope his dream comes true!
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English Farmer Builds Incredible Hobbit House for Just 150 Pounds
Read More: http://www.GistOnThis.com At a time when housing rates are hitting the roof, an English farmer has gone and built a house for almost nothing. 59-year-old Michael Buck spent a measly £150( $250) to construct a small, yet cozy house in the garden of his Oxfordshire home. The former art teacher drew plans for the house on the back of an envelope. He didn't need any special planning permissions since it was classified as a summer home. Buck spent two years gathering natural and reclaimed materials for construction. It took him an additional eight months to construct it with his bare hands; he didn't use any power tools at all. To make the base, he learned the ancient technique of cob from a book. The technique comes from prehistoric times and involves a mixture of sand, clay, water and earth. Clay based subsoil is mixed with sand, straw and water and then ladled onto a stone foundation. Workers and oxen then trample upon the mixture -- a process known as cobbing. The layers of cob gradually build up and harden over time. For the 300 sq. ft. floor space, Buck rescued the floorboards from a neighbor's unused skip. He retrieved the windscreen of an old lorry and converted the glass into windows. The walls are painted with a mixture of chalk and plant resin. The roof is a simple wooden frame thatched with straw from nearby fields. Buck had not planned to spend any money on construction at all, but a few miscalculations resulted in the £150 expenditure. The amount of straw he needed for the roof was more than expected, so he had to buy some. He also spent money on nails to keep the thatch attached.The hobbit house has no electrical fittings, no running water and no gas connection. But residents of the house really don't need these because there are alternatives for everything. Free running water is available at the hut 24/7, thanks to a diverted nearby spring that gurgles out of a pipe outside the house. There is no central heating, but the cob walls and thatched roof provide excellent insulation. The wood burning stove can be used for cooking and it is strategically placed beneath the bunk style bed. This makes sure that residents stay warm throughout the night. Candles and lanterns provide light. A shallow well located few yards away from the front door serves as a natural fridge for preserving food. The house comes with a composting lavatory in a separate thatched outhouse with a view of the Oxfordshire countryside. A tin tub hangs on the wall outside for bathing. Buck says his intention was to prove that paying for a house shouldn't take a lifetime. "A house doesn't have to cost the earth, you only need the earth to build it. I wanted to show that houses don't have to cost anything. We live in a society where we spend our lives paying our mortgages, which many people don't enjoy." He also wanted the house to fit in with the landscape rather than intrude upon it. The house, he says, could last forever with proper care and maintenance.
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Pregnant Mercy Johnson Shares Adorable Family Photo Abroad
Heavily pregnant Mercy Johnson has shared adorable picture of herself and her family picture at Ireland international airport. The mother of two who is currently pregnant with her third child and her family attended the Miss Nigeria Ireland on Friday, 2 October 2015. She gave birth to her first child, Purity Okojie on December 30, 2012. Her second child, a boy Henry Okojie, was born on October 15, 2014. Meanwhile after the news of her pregnancy broke, many of her fans have castigated her saying she is not observing proper child spacing. Mercy Johnson replied saying she is old enough to decide on what is good for her.
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Faithful Dog Refuses to Leave Graveside of Owner Who Died Six Years Ago
Read More: http://www.GistOnThis.com Capitán, a dog who has remained by his deceased owner's graveside for the last six years, proves an animal's love and loyalty transcend the boundaries of life and death. Although he still has a family to go back to, the canine simply refuses to leave his master's side. Dogs' devotion to their human owners never ceases to amaze me. In early 2011, when Brazil was devastated by floods and landslides, we posted the story of Leao, who made international headlines when photos of him lying next to his deceased master's grave went viral. Later that year there was the story of a Chinese dog who wouldn't leave his owner's graveside even when other villagers tried to feed him, and today I came across another heartbreaking tale of canine loyalty. Capitán, a German shepherd from the Argentinian town of Villa Carlos Paz Cordoba, has chosen to remain close to his master, even though he died over six years ago. The man's wife told La Voz that Capitán disappeared from their home soon after her husband died, and after searching for him, she and her son believed he was either killed by a car or adopted by another family. But when they went to visit her husband at the cemetery, there was Capitán. They couldn't explain how he had managed to locate the right grave, but there he was, by his master's graveside. Capitán's incredible tale of undying loyalty began in 2005, when Miguel Guzmán brought the small German shepherd home, as a present for his son, Damian. During the short time they spent together, the pup developed a special relationship with Miguel, but on March 24, 2006, disaster struck. Miguel passed away, but apparently Capitán wasn't going to let a thing like death pull him away from his best friend. He left his home, somehow managed to find Miguel's grave in the local cemetery, and decided nothing was going to separate them ever again. Although Miguel's wife Veronica, and his son Damian tried to take Capitán home with them repeatedly during the last six years, it soon became clear he wanted to stay by his owner's graveside. He would sometimes follow them home a short distance, but eventually he turned back and returned to the cemetery he now considered his home. Damian, now 13, admits he would love to have Capitán return home, but says he understands his immense love for his father. Hector Baccega, the administrator of the Villa Carlos Paz Cordoba cemetery, told the press that Capitán has won the affection and respect of all the cemetery caretakers, who always make sure he's properly fed and up-to-date with his immunizations. At one point they even brought in a vet, after Capitán showed up with a broken leg. Baccega says Capitán walks with him through the cemetery every day, but as night approaches, he always returns to Miguel's graveside and lays his head down next to the headstone. He feels this amazing dog is teaching humans a valuable lesson about cherishing the memory of their loved ones. This reminds me of the heartbreaking story of Hachiko, the famous Akita Inu who waited for his Japanese owner until the day he died. His story inspired the heartbreaking film "Hachi: A Dog's Tale", starring Richard Gere and Joan Allen. The first time I saw this movie, it was dubbed in Spanish, and although I hardly understood a word, it still made me cry like a baby, it's that powerful. "A wait that lasts a lifetime. Cruel is the fate that allows a creature to yearn reunion but yet not understand the mortality which separates them." This is a comment posted on a YouTube clip from Hachi that I think best describes the film and Capitán's story.
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11, Year Old Boy Dies Saving Sister In Hit-and-run At Bus Stop - La'darious Wylie
MORE: http://nollygrio.com/?p=668 A brave 11-year-old boy died after he pushed his little sister out of the way of an out-of-control car as the two siblings were waiting for their school bus, his family said Wednesday. Little La'Darious Wylie sacrificed his short life last week, shoving his 7-year-old sister, Sha'Vonta, to safety as a hit-and-run driver barreled into his tiny body at a South Carolina bus stop, the children's mother told The Herald. "He knew to look out for her," devastated mom Elizabeth McCrorey said. The fifth grader was struck on the corner of his family's home last Tuesday morning and died from his injuries the next day. He was remembered as a hero as he was laid to rest Thursday. "He saved his sister, and he ended up being the one that's where he is now," aunt Felicia Mobley said. The youngsters were waiting to go to school when police say 57-year-old driver Michelle Johnson veered into them and then fled without calling for help. Johnson was arrested Thursday and charged with hit and run resulting in death, according to The Herald. She was released on a $25,000 bond and has no criminal record. La'Darious's organs were also donated to save another child, his family said. The little boy who was a good student and loved playing football "had his whole life ahead of him," loved ones wrote in a GoFundMe page started to help the family pay for funeral costs. "He fought a great fight, but God had a greater plan," says the fundraising page, which has collected nearly $21,000 in a week. “He gained his wings and flew away to be with the lord." Family and friends left reeling by the tragedy are now trying to keep his legacy alive by getting the boy's favorite playground named after him. "Coping with it day by day, so we can't really say what's going to lie ahead," Mobley told WBTV. "We just have to deal with it day by day."
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John Dumelo Expresses His Gratitude for Yvonne Nelson's Amazing Friendship
Read More: http://www.GistOnThis.com Isn't it sweet that you have someone who pampers you? John Dumelo and Yvonne Nelson have a very good friendship together. And considering they are both single still searching, fans have for sometime urged the two to potentially have a relationship together which they often just laugh off. That nonetheless hasn't affected their friendship in anyway and John took time out yesterday to express how much he adores Yvonne: "U 'abuse' me when u have to and pamper me WELL after that. Lol. I know someday my future wife might be jealous of our friendship but I'll just tell her to relax because u got me. Really appreciate our friendship.....Really Do!"
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Top Most Curvy African Female Celebrities
SEE MORE HERE: http://nollygrio.com 1- Princess Shyngle (Ghanaian) 2- Joselyn Dumas (Ghanaian) 3- Corazon Kwamboka (Kenyan) 4- Peace Hyde (Ghanaian) 5- Tracy Obonna (Nigerian) 6- Daniella Okeke (Nigerian) 7- Vera Sidika (Kenyan) 8- Matilda Quaye (Ghanaian) 9- Didi Ekanem (Nigerian) 10- Grace Msalame (Kenyan) 11- Anita Joseph (Nigerian) 12- Tango Ncetezo (South African) 13- Judy Anyango (Kenyan) 14- Risper Faith (Kenyan) 15- Agnes Masogange (Tanzania) Most Curvy African Female Celebrities
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60-year old Nigerian Woman Gives Birth Through IVF
Read More: http://www.GistOnThis.com 60 year old Mrs Omolara Irurhe (pictured above) who had been looking of a child for over 30 years reportedly gave birth to a baby girl this past Monday June 16th through the Invitro Fertilization (IVF) treatment at a Specialist Hospital in Lagos. The Nation reports that Mrs Irurhe, who has been married for 31 years, started the IVF treatment in 2010 and said her faith in God and her believe in modern medicine helped her go through the process, after many years of childlessness in marriage. She said her husband, Mr Adekunle Irurhe's Catholic belief of one man one wife made him not to marry another woman and stood by her through all the years. "I believe we should not limit God and what the doctors can do in this modern age. I believe this is the appointed time. I was very hopeful throughout the years I was childless and I remained focused on God. We went to many hospitals but we didn't give up," she said An elated Mr Adekunle Irurhe said though there were pressures to get another wife, he was determined to stay with his wife alone as that was the practice of his own parents. He said his wife's belief in the In vitro fertilization method made him support her. "I supported her throughout because my wife was dogged and she believed in herself. When I saw her faith, I had no choice but to go with her. She kept telling me she would have her child. I wasn't thinking of another wife. I came from a monogamous family and I decided she is all I will have. The family was understanding too and we fought together to get this baby". Mrs Irurhe has made history as the oldest woman in Africa to give birth to a child via Invitro Fertilization.
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Black and Blond -- The Origin of Blonde Afros in Melanesia
Read More: http://www.GistOnThis.com About a quarter of the Melanesian population in the Solomon Islands archipelago has an extremely unusual trait -- dark skin with blond hair. The archipelago, located east of Papa New Guinea in Oceania, consists of a thousand islands inhabited by over half a million Melanesian people. They have the darkest skin in the world outside of Africa, but strangely, about one-fourth of the inhabitants sport blond afros. This rare Melanesian characteristic has baffled scientists and genetic experts for years. Up until now, they have attributed the trait to inheritance -- from the Europeans, especially the British, German and Australians, who have been associated with the island for hundreds of years. Several of the islands were under German jurisdiction in the 19th century. In 1893, the UK took southern Solomon Islands under their wing, declaring the region a protectorate. The rest of the islands were added to the protectorate at a later stage. And in the early 20th century, Australian and British companies set up coconut plantations on many of the islands. So it isn't entirely unbelievable that the dark-skinned Melanesians got their blond hair from the growing influx of 'outsiders'. The locals, however, prefer not to go by that theory. They have been insisting for years that their blond hair is a result of a diet rich in fish and constant exposure to the sun. As it turns out, both theories are quite far from the truth. According to a recent investigation, random mutation might actually be the answer to the mystery of the Melanesian blonds. Sean Myles, the author of the study and geneticist at Nova Scotia Agricultural College, pointed out that there is almost no variation in the shades of blond hair. This suggests that the hair color is governed by genes. "It looked pretty obvious to me that it was a real binary trait," he said. "You either had blond hair or you didn't." To locate this underlying blueprint in the Melanesian genetic pool, Myles and his colleagues collected saliva and hair samples from over 1,200 Solomon Islanders. From these samples, they compared the genetic makeup of 42 dark-haired and 43 blond islanders. What the scientists discovered was pretty phenomenal -- the two groups possessed very different versions of a crucial gene, TYRP1, which coded for a protein involved in pigmentation. Just switching one letter of the genetic code (a 'T' instead of a 'C'), marked the difference between dark hair and blond hair. Only one amino acid in the protein is different (arginine replaced by cysteine). So 25 percent of the Solomon islanders carry two copies of the mutant recessive gene. That means the blonds could have inherited their hair color from both parents. "It's a great example of convergent evolution, where the same outcome is brought about by completely different means," said Myles. Jonathan Friedlaender, an anthropologist at Philadelphia's Temple University, explained that the mutation probably arose by chance in one individual. It appears to have gained in frequency because the original population of the island was pretty small. Myles added: "If you can find a gene for blond hair that exists in Melanesia and nowhere else, then there's no reason why those sorts of genes don't exist all over the world in underrepresented populations, and affect not only hair pigmentation, but also disease-related traits." The study also traced the origins of the Melanesian people in an effort to understand the mutant gene. They discovered that while all humans outside of Africa have genes passed down from the Neanderthals, Melanesians are the only known humans with a different prehistoric ancestry. They are believed to have evolved from an interbreeding of the Denisova hominin, Neanderthal man's distant cousin. So the islanders have slightly different genes, which gives them their unique blond hair.
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145-Year-Old Man May Be the Oldest Living Human in Recorded History -  Mbah Gotho
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Meet Yacouba Sawadogo -- The Man Who Stopped the Desert
Read More: http://www.GistOnThis.com Yacouba Sawadogo is an exceptional man -- he single-handedly managed to solve a crisis that even scientists and development organizations could not. The simple old farmer's re-forestation and soil conservation techniques are so effective they've helped turn the tide in the fight against the desertification of the harsh lands in northern Burkina Faso. Over-farming, over-grazing and over population have, over the years, resulted in heavy soil erosion and drying in this landlocked West African nation. Although national and international researchers tried to fix the grave situation, it really didn't really make much of a difference. Until Yacouba decided to take matters into his own hands in 1980. Yacouba's methods were so odd that his fellow farmers ridiculed him. But when his techniques successfully regenerated the forest, they were forced to sit up and take notice. Yacouba revived an ancient African farming practice called 'zai', which led to forest growth and increased soil quality. Zai is a very simple and low-cost farming technique. Using a shovel or an axe, small holes are dug into the hard ground and filled with compost. Seeds of trees, millet or sorghum are planted in the compost. The holes catch water during the rainy season, so they are able to retain moisture and nutrients during the dry season. According to the rules of Zai, Yacouba would prepare the lands in the dry season -- exactly the opposite of the local practice. Other farmers and land chiefs laughed at him, but soon realized that he is a genius. In just 20 years, he converted a completely barren area into a thriving 30-acre forest with over 60 species of trees. According to Chris Reji, a natural resources management specialist with the Center for International Cooperation, "Tens of thousands of hectares of land that was completely unproductive has been made productive again thanks to the techniques of Yacouba." Yacouba has chosen not to keep his secrets to himself. Instead, he hosts a workshop at his farm, teaching visitors and bringing people together in a spirit of friendship. "I want the training program to be the starting point for many fruitful exchanges across the region," he said. Farmers from neighboring villages visit him for advice and good quality seeds. "If you stay in your own little corner, all your knowledge is of no use to humanity." In 2010, award-winning filmmaker Mark Dodd created a documentary based on Yacouba's experiences, called 'The Man Who Stopped the Desert'. It tells the story of how a single man's efforts saved thousands of farmers across Africa's Sahel region -- one of the worst hit by desertification in the world. The film helps defy the notion that Africa needs outside help to solve its problems. "We must stop teaching and telling, and instead start learning and listening to what the farmers have to say," said Reji. The film has helped raise awareness about Yacouba's work and also resulted in more donations. With the support of Oxfam America, he is now promoting the use of stone bunds that slow runoff, so water from the pits trickle into the soil. This has proven to be a very successful technique. "What Yacouba has done can also be done by many other farmers across the Sahel. The big challenge is that in the next 5 to 10 years, we will have to try to motivate millions of farmers to invest in trees because it will help them to improve their food security, and at the same time it will also help them adapt to climate change," said Reji. But making this happen isn't as easy as it sounds. In spite of the success of the documentary film, Yacouba is facing problems from several quarters. A recent expansion project has taken up a considerable portion of the forest he spent years growing. Homes are already being built on his land, with meagre compensations. Despite these setbacks, Yacouba hasn't lost hope. He is currently trying to raise $20,000 to purchase his forest back. He knows that his work is important -- he has doubled his cultivation efforts, expanding into nearby barren lands. Yacouba's understanding of the future of the environment and conservation is profound. "If you cut down ten trees a day and fail to plant even one a year, we are headed for destruction," he said.
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Tchidi Chikere And Nuella Njubigbo Expecting Their First Child
Read More: http://www.GistOnThis.com Close sources to the couple say, Tchidi and Nuella Chikere are expecting their first child. Nuella is said to be in the early stages of her pregnancy. "Yes she's pregnant and they are very excited. They are so in love and so happy together. She's not showing yet because she's in her first trimester." Chidi and Nuella tied the knot in a traditional ceremony on March 29th but did their introduction in January 2014. This will be Chidi's fourth child as he has 3 boys with his ex-wife.
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20 Celebrities You Might Not Know Are Muslim
Hope you like my video, please give valuable comment and don't forget to share this video after watching also subscribe for more future videos, Thank You 1. Shaquille O'Neal 2. Muhammad Ali 3. Dr. Oz 4. Zayn Malik 5. Dave Chappelle 6. Janet Jackson 7. Ice Cube 8. Malala 9. Ellen Burstyn 10. Mike Tyson 11. Lupe Fiasco 12. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 13. Mos Def 14. Akon 15. Cat Stevens 16. Aasif Mandvi 17. Busta Rhymes 18. Jemima Khan 19. Snoop Dogg 20. Faran Tahir
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Mercy Johnson Quits Acting to Deliver Second Child
Read More: http://www.GistOnThis.com Nollywood Actress, Mercy Johnson Okojie has decided to suspend acting for the meantime due to her maternity schedules. Confirming reports that she's been rejecting movie roles because of her pregnancy status, her Media Aide, Bigsam media, said "she's off work and resting". Mercy is now in her second trimester. Mercy threw herself back into the acting world after the delivery of her first child, Purity in 2012, shooting over 20 movies in three quarters.
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North Sentinel Island -- The World's Hardest Place to Visit
Read More: http://www.GistOnThis.com It's hard to believe that there are people in this world who have no idea about the internet or cell phones. These are tribes that are completely cut-off from global civilization and do not welcome any kind of contact from the outside world. North Sentinel Island, a part of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands in the Bay of Bengal Ocean between Myanmar and Indonesia, is home to one such tribe. The Sentinelese people are so hostile to external contact that the island has been dubbed the 'hardest place to visit' in the world. The Sentinelese are thought to be direct descendants of the first humans who emerged from Africa. They have lived on the tiny island for almost 60,000 years. Their exact population is unknown; it could be as low as 40 or as high as 500. It doesn't matter whether you are friend or enemy, whether you arrive at the island shores on purpose or by accident, the locals will greet you the same way -- with spears and arrows. Gifts of food and clothing are of no importance to them. They were even hostile to rescue missions after the tsunami in 2004. In the aftermath of the disastrous tsunami that had hit the Indian Ocean in December 2004, a group of rescuers reached out to the Sentinelese in an Indian Navy helicopter. They wanted to find and help survivors, although chances were slim. They tried dropping food parcels to the ground, but they were met with hostility. A sole Sentinelese warrior emerged from the dense jungle and shot an arrow at the helicopter. Not much is known about these tribal folk; their language is alien and their habits unknown. Their settlements are hidden in the thick jungle, so we have no clue about how they live. All we know is that the Sentinelese are hunter-gatherers; they do not farm. They live on fruits, fish, tubers, wild pigs, lizards and honey. India has sovereignty over North Sentinel, but I doubt these people even know what India is. After several failed attempts to make friendly contact with them since 1964, the Indian government has finally backed away. All visits to the island are banned. The Indian Navy has enforced a 3-mile buffer zone to keep tourists, explorers and other meddlers away. Accidental encounters still do occur, and none of them end well. There are several horror stories of how the Sentinelese have treated their guests. People either return from the island terrified and injured, or not at all. In 1896, an escaped convict from the British prisons of The Andamans drifted on to the shores of North Sentinel by accident. A few days later, a search party found his body on a beach, punctured by arrows and with his throat slit. In 1974, a group went there to make a documentary, and the film's director took an 8-foot arrow in the thigh. A few of the recordings from that visit were included in the larger documentary, Man in Search of Man. Indian anthropologist T.N. Pandit conducted several government-sponsored trips to the island in the late 80s and early 90s. "Sometimes they would turn their backs to us and sit on their haunches as if to defecate," he said. "This was meant to insult us as we were not welcome." Surprisingly, there has been only one instance where outsiders did not have to face an aggressive reception. On January 4, 1991, 28 men, women and children approached Mr. Pandit and his group. "That they voluntarily came forward to meet us, it was unbelievable," he said. "They must have decided that the time had come." Unfortunately, the last contact with the islanders in 2006 didn't go as well. Two fishermen were killed while illegally fishing within the range of the island. The Sentinelese are among the last of the uncontacted people -- communities who live without contact with globalized civilization -- left in the world. Perhaps it's best to leave them alone; bringing them out into civilization might not be the best thing for them. They might not be immune to several diseases and adapting themselves to the modern world could be extremely difficult. It's amazing that even in the most drastic conditions, the Sentinelese do not want any help. I find this behavior very curious. I do wonder how they view outsiders and the world around them. I wonder what they call themselves, or if they are aware that we call them 'Sentinelese'.
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Identical Twin Gives Birth To Her Own Set Of Identical Twins - Michelle Cook
In what experts have described as 'almost unheard of' in two generations, an identical twin has given birth to her own set of identical twins. Michelle Cook, 33, who has a twin sister, Sarah, couldn't believe it when the doctors said she was pregnant with twins. She said: ‘I couldn’t believe it when the sonographer said that I was pregnant with twins. Then to find out that I was pregnant with identical twins was just unbelievable. I rang my identical twin Sarah and told her and she just screamed down the phone. She couldn't believe it either.’ The odds of having identical twins is about 3 in 1,000. The 33-year-old who lives in Cobham, Surrey, and also has daughter Evie, gave birth to Elsie and Marni in September. The twins were delivered by Caesarean in September at the Kingston Hospital in Surrey, Marnie weighing a healthy 5Ib 2oz, and Elsie weighing 4Ib 7oz. They looked so alike when they were born, she even painted Marnie’s fingernail pink so she could tell them apart. Mrs Cooke hopes that her twin girls will be as close as she and her sister, who has two children Oliver, four, and Poppy, two, with her fiance James Griggs, 41. ‘Sarah and I were so close when we were growing up and we still have that really special close bond. We would swap classes at school and swap clothes at parties to confuse people, and even our boyfriends. ‘We think like each other too - we will often finish each others sentences, and we have the same tastes in clothes and furniture. ‘Our own mother can’t even tell us apart still sometimes, especially on the phone. 'I’d love my girls to have that closeness too. An identical twin bond is a really emotional bond to have and I’m thrilled that my daughters will experience it too. ‘When I tell people that I’m an identical twin and I’ve just given birth to identical twins, they can’t quite believe it.’ A spokeswoman for The Twins and Multiple Births Association (TAMBA) said: ‘Identical twins don’t run in families and are spontaneous occurrences so for an identical twin to go on to give birth to identical twins herself is incredibly rare.’
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Pastor Caught Pants Down Trying To Sleep With Church Member's Wife
READ MORE: http://nollygrio.com/?p=2617 Congolese pastor caught on a church member's bed in London trying to sleep with the woman He got what he deserved after he went to their house pretending to do deliverance through sex. After striping they called the husband and other church members.
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Lake in Africa Turns Animals into Stone Statues
Read More: http://www.GistOnThis.com When photographer Nick Brandt first visited Lake Natron, in Northern Tanzania, he was shocked by the macabre animal statues he saw aligned across its shoreline. He later found out something even more shocking -- those were real animals calcified by the lake's alkaline water. Natron, which gives the lake its name, is a naturally occurring compound found in volcanic ash. It's the same mineral the Egyptians used to preserve their mummies. The lake's alkalinity is similar to that of ammonia, with a pH between 9 and 10.5, and the temperature of the water can reach 60 °C. No animal can withstand this caustic environment and venturing into the acidic environment is usually fatal. As soon as birds and bats plunge into the waters of lake Natron, the minerals start turning their flesh into stone and preserving them exactly as they were in their final moments. Flamingos sometime use the predator-free salt islands that sometimes form on the lake for nesting, but it's a risky gamble, as the photos below clearly show. Only invertebrates, a few algae invertebrates and some fish that live near the edges of the lake can survive this environment. "The notion of portraits of dead animals in the place where they once lived is what also drew me to photographing the creatures in the Calcified series," Brandt explains. "I unexpectedly found the creatures -- all manner of birds and bats -- washed up along the shoreline of Lake Natron in Northern Tanzania. No-one knows for certain exactly how they die, but it appears that the extreme reflective nature of the lake's surface confuses them, and like birds crashing into plate glass windows, they crash into the lake. The water has an extremely high soda and salt content, so high that it would strip the ink off my Kodak film boxes within a few seconds. The soda and salt causes the creatures to calcify, perfectly preserved, as they dry. I took these creatures as I found them on the shoreline, and then placed them in 'living' positions, bringing them back to 'life', as it were. Reanimated, alive again in death." The amazing photos of Lake Natron's calcified animals, as well as other photographs taken in Eastern Africa are included in Nick Brandt's latest book, Across the Ravaged Land.
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20 Of The Most Creative Kids’ Halloween Costumes
20 Of The Most Creative Kids’ Halloween Costumes
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The Manchineel -- World's Most Dangerous Tree for Several Reasons
Read More: http://www.GistOnThis.com The Manchineel tree, native to the Western Hemisphere, is known as the most poisonous tree in the world. In places where it grows -- Florida, the Caribbean and the Bahamas -- the manchineel is often marked with a red band to warn passersby not to get too near it. The tree is poisonous on so many levels that if you ever spot one, it is better you stay at least a few yards away from it. Its fruit resembles a small apple, but eating one could land you right in the emergency room. It was supposedly named 'manzanita de la muerte' (little apple of death) by Christopher Columbus. But it might just be the least dangerous part of the tree. The manchineel's milky white sap is incredibly caustic and poisonous as well -- even a drop could cause skin blisters, dermatitis, swelling or burns. This happens a lot with unsuspecting travelers who use the tree for shelter from the rains. The sap is so caustic that even the rain drops coming from the branches can cause burns. The bark is poisonous too -- burning it releases a smoke that causes temporary (and in some cases, permanent) blindness. Considering all the ways it can hurt you, it's no wonder the manchineel currently holds the Guinness record for world's most dangerous tree. Legend has it that one of the most infamous deaths by manchineel poison was of Spanish conquistador Juan Ponce de Leon. He returned to Florida in 1521 in search of gold and to lay claim to the area he thought he had discovered. Of course, the natives weren't exactly going to hand over their land to him. In the struggle that took place, an arrow laced with manchineel sap struck Ponce de Leon's leg, leading to his long drawn out death. Nicola H Strickland, a consultant radiologist, published an article in the British Medical Journal about how she ate manchineel apples during a holiday to the Caribbean island of Tobago. "While searching for exotic shells and coral fragments, I saw some green fruits among the scattered coconuts and mangoes lying on the beach," she wrote. "They were round, the size of a tangerine, and had apparently fallen from a large tree with a silvery bole and oblique based leaves." "I rashly took a bite from this fruit and found it pleasantly sweet. My friend also partook (at my suggestion). Moments later we noticed a strange peppery feeling in our mouths, which gradually progressed to a burning, tearing sensation and tightness of the throat." Nicola wrote that the symptoms had worsened over the next two hours, and they couldn't swallow any food because of the excruciating pain in their throats. Milk was the only thing they found somewhat soothing. It took eight hours for all the symptoms to slowly subside. Manchineel trees have shiny green, oval leaves and can grow over 50 feet tall. They apparently lure people into a trap -- providing shade and fruit that tastes sweet at first but later has devastating effects. Fortunately, injuries have been rare thanks to the warning signs about the tree's dangers.
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Meet The World’s Tiniest Person – Kenadie Jourdin-Bromley
READ MORE: http://tinyurl.com/pbz6hko Kenadie Jourdin-Bromley stands just over 3-feet tall and is the same weight as a 2-year-old. The tiny 12-year-old has defied medics since she was born weighing only 2.5lbs and measuring 28 centimeters, less than a school ruler’s length. When Kenadie was born, her 36-year-old mom was cautioned her daughter, who was so tiny nurses named her ‘Thumbelina’ was not likely to survive more than a couple of days. Medics stated she was prone to have brain damage and wasn’t expected to live, so her parents had her baptized that day. Eight months afterward, Kenadie was diagnosed with primordial dwarfism, a condition leading to underdevelopment of limbs that affects roughly a hundred people globally. But in spite of having learning difficulties and thin and weak bones, she swims, plays hockey, and enjoys going to school. But despite her doctor’s gruesome diagnosis, Kenadie is thriving today in a normal classroom with other kids her age. Kenadie weighs 21lbs and puts on clothes fit for a newborn, but has a busy social life and take swimming lessons, skating classes, and plays with pals after school. Currently in 7th grade, her brother Tyran aged 10 towers over her, but she does not allow her tiny size get in her way. Kenadie as well faces some serious medical threats as those suffering the condition are at risk from thin and fragile bones.
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Feast Your Eyes on the Most Amazing Wood Carving Ever Created
Read More: http://www.GistOnThis.com China has a long-standing tradition in wood carving. For centuries, its chisel-wielding masters have been turning bland pieces of wood into awe-inspiring masterpieces, but none as impressive as the mind-blowing creation Zheng Chunhui. This talented Chinese artist spent the last four years painstakingly carving a detailed replica of Along the River during the Qingming Festival, a famous traditional Chinese painting, into a 12-meter-long tree trunk. The breathtaking beauty of his work simply cannot be expressed into words, you just have to see it for yourself. As you can imagine, Zheng Chunhui needed mountains of patience to complete his wooden masterpiece, but it was all worth it. Apart from the praise of everyone who got to see the artwork up close at its recent unveiling, the Chinese artist was also honored by the Guinness Book of Records with the new world record for the longest wood carving. It measures 12.286 meters long, 3.075 meters high and 2.401 meters wide.
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Chinese Girl Gives Up Her Successful Life as Luxury Goods Designer to Become a Buddhist Monk
Read More: http://www.GistOnThis.com 24-year-old Ting Tien has done something that's not really expected of girls her age -- she's gone and given up all her material comforts to become a monk. In her former life, Ting lived in luxury; she was a fashion designer with access to the best of clothes and make up. But the shine of material objects wore off quite soon in Ting's case and she chose to look for inner peace instead. Ting, a native of Jinan City in Eastern China, attended the Qingdao University in Shandong Province, specializing in luxury goods design. But when she graduated, she became disillusioned with the lifestyle that she and her friends were leading. She found everything around her increasingly materialistic and too much to handle. Yearning for enlightenment and inner peace, Ting made a very unusual choice for most Chinese girls her age - she joined Xinlongdongzhi Temple, a remote Buddhist place of worship located at on a snow-covered mountain, at 13,000 feet above sea level, in Sichuan Province. She shaved her head, shed her designer outfits and adopted the simple life of a monk, filled with sacrifice and prayer. To complete the transformation, Ting even changed her name to Caizhenwangmu, and set finding spiritual fulfillment as her ultimate goal in life. Ting's story gained a lot of attention after photos of her before and after the dramatic change were posted online. She became an instant hit across China, where most people live their lives in the pursuit of materialistic goals and successful careers. Ting's story struck a chord with many internet users who praised the girl for her brave choice, but, obviously, there are also those who just can't understand why she would do such a thing. When asked about why she decided to give up her promising career to live isolated in a Buddhist temple, Ting's reply was simple: "I just feel the need to gain an understanding of life and death, and what it's all about," she said. "I'm also eager to do what I can to make the world a better place for all living creatures. What's more, believing in Buddha makes me a monk."
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Meet James Harrison, the Man Whose Extremely Rare Blood Has Saved Millions of Babies' Lives
Read More: http://www.GistOnThis.com 74-year-old James Harrison is a superhero in his own right. Granted, he doesn't wear a cape or spin webs, but he has saved over two million babies' lives in the past 54 years. And in real life, it doesn't get cooler than that. Australian-born James has a very special type of blood -- the plasma contains an antibody that cures babies of Rhesus disease, a severe form of anemia. He has been donating blood every few weeks since he was 18 years old, and has done it over 1,000 times now. James never fails to make a donation; even when he's holidaying, he makes sure to stop by a donor center. "I've donated on the Sunshine Coast, South Australia, Western Australia, Tasmania, NSW, wherever I go and I get around the place with the caravan club I'm in." "I've never thought about stopping. Never," he said. His initial motivation for donating was a major chest surgery that he underwent at age 14, for which he needed 13 liters of blood. "I was in the hospital for three months. The blood I received saved my life so I made a pledge to give blood when I was 18. I said to my father that I would give blood myself as soon as possible and I stayed true to my word." It was just after he started donating that the rare antibody was detected in his blood. Thousands of Australian babies were dying every year at the time of Rh disease. Some newborns suffered permanent brain damage. James' blood became so valuable that his life was insured for AUS $1million. In 1966, he began to donate plasma. "I wasn't scared. I was glad to help," said James, who has been dubbed the 'man with the golden arm' and the 'man in two million'. "I had to sign every form going and basically sign my life away." When the truth about his blood was discovered, he volunteered for a series of tests to help develop the Anti-D vaccine. The vaccine is given to all pregnant women who are Rh-negative. Rh disease creates an incompatibility between the mother's and unborn baby's blood. This happens when one has Rh-positive blood and the other, Rh-negative. James' plasma was discovered to be able to treat the condition, so his blood is given to millions of pregnant women. He himself has Rh-negative blood, and was given injections of Rh-positive. Joy Barnes, one of the mothers James has helped, has known him for 23 years. She had miscarried twice at four and five months, before receiving the treatment. "Without him I would never have been able to have a healthy baby," she said. "I don't know how to thank you enough." James' own daughter, Tracey, has also benefitted from the Anti-D vaccine, shortly after the birth of her first son. She said that she was proud of her dad, especially because he continued to give blood even after the death of her mother. James and Barbara were married for 56 years. "I was back in the hospital giving blood a week after Barbara passed away," he said. "It was sad but life marches on and we have to continue doing what we do. She's up there looking down, so I carry on." "More and more blood is needed every day, so if every current donor brought along one friend we wouldn't have the sort of shortage we have at the moment," he said. "An hour of your time is a lifetime for someone else."
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Flavour & Girlfriend, Anna Banner Expecting His Second Child Together
As most of you know the two were madly in love sometimes back and the love might have resulted in some seed been sown and as they say, the rest is history. The beauty queen was expelled from her Dubai university because it is against the ethics of the school to have pregnant women, Flavour has since moved her to south Africa where she is said to already be in her 2nd trimester of her pregnancy. Congrats to the couple cant wait to see and write about their pretty child
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Meet This Ghanaian TV Presenter With The Hips Of Life!
Read More: http://www.GistOnThis.com Meet Peace, a British-Ghanaian TV presenter who is known for her smooth words as well as her beautiful curvy hips! Do you think that she is competition for Toolz?
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Queen Nwokoye Shares New Photos of Herself on Set
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Heartbroken Parents Killed Themselves After Son Died Of Brain Cancer - Cristian Dimitris Arava
READ MORE: http://nollygrio.com/?p=757 The bodies of a grief-stricken couple were found beside their dead nine-year-old son after he died of cancer. Young Cristian Dimitris Arava had been diagnosed with a brain tumour when he was just two years. The tumour grew continuously and doctors said surgery would be impossible. Eventually he died and his parents, Arava and Vali were so devastated they took their own lives. Neighbours found the couple, both aged 46, next to the child's body at their family apartment in Constanta, Romania. Prosecutor Sadic Zafer said it appears Vangheli hanged herself and her body was laid next to her son's and covered with a blanket while Nicholas was found hanged in the kitchen. Investigators found a 13-page farewell letter from the parents in which they told of their heartbreak, which began several years ago when their son was diagnosed with a brain tumour. On a computer blog written seven years ago, the boy's mother said: "I felt like I was dying myself when I heard the diagnosis." The last words posted on the blog by his mother were: "Our only hope that Cristian is a lucky child and the tumour will stop growing is now shattered. The thought that every moment could be fatal, it drives me crazy."
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South Korean Twin Sisters Look Unrecognizable after Amazing Plastic Surgery
Read More: http://www.GistOnThis.com Plastic surgery is so common now, it shouldn't shock us anymore. But you can't help being amazed at certain transformations. Like these South Korean twins' almost unbelievable change. We don't know their names. All we know is that they were participants on the popular South Korean TV show -- Let's Beauty. The show focuses on people who say they feel held back by their appearance, helping them look better and feel more confident. Snapshots of the twins' transformation are all over the internet. Honestly, I think they looked pretty good before the surgery. But they look breathtakingly beautiful now. The photographs show a surgeon analyzing the twins' appearance and going over the procedure. There's a sneak preview of the dramatic difference in the making. And the final pictures show a detailed view of the completely reconstructed faces. The lateral view snapshots show the most difference. While the twins still look identical, the shapes of their mouths, eyes, chins and the overall contour of their faces have completely changed. The TV show has also helped them change their clothes and hairstyle for the complete makeover experience. Lately, South Koreans have been making news for their obsession with plastic surgery. Images of this year's Miss Korea pageant showed all 20 finalists looking exactly the same. A 2012 report by The Economist states that South Korea has the highest rate of cosmetic surgery per capita. 20 percent of women in Seoul between the ages of 19 and 49 admit to having had some kind of beauty 'enhancement'. It must be an overwhelming experience to go through such a drastic change. Every time the twins look in the mirror, it must freak them out. They appear happy, but I do hope they realize that their their kids are going to look nothing like the new them.
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Artist Uses Her Fingers to Create Mind Blowingly Realistic Paintings of Icebergs
Read More: http://www.GistOnThis.com Zaria Forman's paintings of icebergs are so realistic that just looking at them actually gives me the chills. Her 2012 collection, Chasing the Light, is a tribute to her mother who died from brain cancer. She also hopes to raise awareness to climate change through her work. Forman has a unique style of creating art. "When I travel, I take thousands of photographs and make small sketches. Once I am back in the studio, I draw from my memory of the experience, as well as the photographs to create large scale compositions. I add layers of color onto the paper, smudging everything with my fingers and hand," she said. In 2012, Brooklyn-based Forman organized and led a sailing expedition up the northwest coast of Greenland, retracing the 1869 journey of American painter William Bradford. Along the way, she extensively photographed the Arctic landscape to use as inspiration for her paintings. That is how Chasing the Light was conceptualized and created. Forman is no stranger to 'artistic expeditions'. She spent her childhood travelling to remote locations with her family. "I developed an appreciation for the beauty and vastness of the ever-changing sky and sea," she said. "I loved watching a far-off storm on the western desert plains; the monsoon rains of southern India; and the cold arctic light illuminating Greenland's waters." These journeys were often the subjects of her mother's fine art photography, which has inspired Forman's own paintings. Through the 2012 expedition, she fulfilled her mother's last wish. She wrote: "My mother, Rena Bass Forman, had conceived an idea of the voyage, but sadly did not live to see it through. During the months of her illness her dedication to the expedition never wavered and I promised to carry out her final journey. In Greenland, I scattered her ashes amongst crackling ice diamonds, on the towering peak of one of earth's oldest stones and under the green glow of northern lights. She is now a part of the landscape she loved so much. I am deeply grateful for the team of talented artists and scholars and the Wanderbird captains and crew for helping me carry out her wishes and realize her dream." Chasing the Light is also meant to create awareness on global warming. "My hope is that these drawings bring awareness, and invite viewers to share the urgency in a hopeful and meaningful way," she said. Forman plans to donate a percentage of the proceeds from this collection to the global climate movement 350.org. Late last year, Forman visited the Maldives in search of her next big project. She completed another collection there, focusing on the rising ocean tides. Her paintings of the waves are both breathtaking and menacing. To find out more about Forman's art, you could visit her profile on Artsy, or purchase prints at ArtStar.
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Bobby Brown and Estranged Daughter Bobbi Kristina's Emotional Reunion
Read More: http://www.GistOnThis.com Since Whitney Houston passed on 2 years ago, Bobbi Kristina and father,Bobbi Brown have been estranged.Three months ago, he didn't even know she was married.. However, they seemed to have settled their differences as they hung out on Father's day with Bobbi later tweeting the emotional photos with caption "My face says it all. I love you daddy" So sweet ..don't you just wanna *shed a tear*
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Ini Edo Posts No Make Up Photo
Read More: http://www.GistOnThis.com Ini posted a no make-up photo of herself after Super Eagles played a 0-0 draw this evening with Iran. See more pictures below and tell us which look you prefer? With or without makeup?
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P-square's Paul Okoye Helps A Child With Cancer
READ MORE: http://nollygrio.com/?p=809 The P-Square singer shared the photo above of a little boy with cancer on his instagram and wrote; “Sometimes we all need a type of woman in our lives ” a sweet,loving and caring woman indeed”… On Thursday evening i asked my wife what she wants for her birthday, and also was telling her part of my plans for her big day, but without telling her am planing for a surprise party . But then she wasn’t happy, she snapped and walked out and I was confused, wondering if I said something wrong… ify-umeokeke-wedding2a after sometime she was like did u see what I sent you on your DM? Am like nop, she said check it , with tears in her eyes…..and so I checked I saw the picture of a child, who has cancer and needed to go for a surgery ……and then said to me, all I want for my birthday is for this child to have his surgery on monday ,, and so on Friday morning I contacted a family member of the child,asked a few questions, was told that some good Nigerians are donating, and how much they needed to complete for the surgery… And so I and my wife completed the fund needed…. They called us and thanked us:… Then I went back on my plans on how am going to make my wife’s birthday a special one…. And again she said pls even if u re planing for anything big or surprise for me….. That it won’t make her happy….. That she will rather prefer we spend it on this Eniola child ….. And so I cancelled all my plans, bcos it’s her wish……. By the way today is my lovely wife’s birthday …..happy birthday sweetie love you plenty plenty… And may God bless all the good Nigerians who contributed for this child surgery, and we pray is going to be successful …Amen!!!
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Nadia Buari Ends Relationship With Jim Iyke Over His Anger
Read More: http://www.GistOnThis.com This is unfortunate news that began making waves yesterday. One of the Ghana's leading journalist, Vincent, is reporting that Jim Iyke and Nadia Buari's relationship has come to an end. "It took me quite a long time to buy into the speculation that Nadia Buari and Jim Iyke were not only banging mates, but were truly in a relationship. Even when my sources close to Nadia Buari confirmed to me that she was in a real relationship with Jim Iyke, I just couldn't bring myself to accept this—and always wondered how Nadia Buari was going to handle Jim Iyke's temper. I only truly accepted that their relationship was real when my sources at a hotel they both stayed in at East Legon (a place I've stayed before) also mentioned that, Jim and Nadia were hiding there in one room—splashing what seems like love all over the place...But that was then! For those who said the Nadia Buari and Jim Iyke's relationship was not going to last, I am somehow sorry to say; you were RIGHT. Nadia Buari has ended her relationship with Jim Iyke, citing his bad temper as the main reason. According to our sources close to Nadia Buari, even though the actress tried to cope and handle Jim Iyke's temper, she felt like she cannot change Jim and there was no point in hanging in there. In fact, our sources mentioned that, Nadia Buari had more arguments and fights with Jim Iyke than any sort of decent conversation... "The relationship has ended and if you see them together again, then they are trying hard to play the media. She just can't take his temper anymore so she has ended it. It is not worth it for her and all that she thought Jim could do for her career did not also materialize" one of our sources said. We are happy that this disproportionate relationship with no sense of direction has come to an end. At least, Nadia Buari can sit down and focus on her career, until she finally meets a man who will treat her like the queen that she is—or else, before she knows, she will be 'Solanging' Jim over his temper..."
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World's Dirtiest Man: 80 Year Old Iranian Man Hasn't Bathed in 60 Years; Smokes Animal Poop
Read More: http://www.GistOnThis.com 80-year-old Haji believes that "cleanliness brings him sickness." That's why he hasn't bathed at all in the past 60 years. He lives in isolation in Dejgah village, in the Southern Iranian province of Fars. Haji hates contact with water. Even the suggestion of a bath makes him very angry. And all these years of escaping bath time have taken their toll -- Haji is almost the color of earth. He has managed to completely blend in with his surroundings. In fact, it's easy to mistake him for a rock statue if he sits very still. It's not just bathing that Haji dislikes. His disgust for fresh food and clean drinking water is unmistakable. Instead, he prefers his favorite meal of rotten porcupine meat. He drinks 5 liters of water a day for health purposes, but only from a large rusty oil can. He likes to fill his smoking pipe with animal feces instead of tobacco. To trim his hair he doesn't use clippers; he just burns it off over an open flame. An old war helmet keeps his head warm during the winter. Haji doesn't really have a house -- the earth is his home. He lives in a hole in the ground, much like a grave, to keep him grounded and in touch with the reality of life. Sometimes he sleeps in an open brick shack that the villagers constructed for him out of pity. Locally, he is known as Amou Haji. 'Amou' is the Farsi term of endearment for a kind old man. Haji's lifestyle of choice is very unique. The villagers say that he had suffered severe emotional setbacks in his youth, which led him to make these extreme choices. Even so, he does seem a lot happier than some people who live in large homes with comforts and conveniences. Haji doesn't seem to have a care in the world. He has nothing to lose, nothing to fear. Makes you think about what's really important in life, doesn't it? Haji isn't the only person in the world who hates bathing. Two years ago, we wrote about Kailash Singh, an Indian man who hadn't taken a bath in 38 years.
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25 Facts That Are Hard To Believe
#1 The Spanish national anthem has no lyrics. #2 It's possible for corpses to get goosebumps. ❤️ 💛 💙 💜 SUBSCRIBE to the Nollygrio network: ❤️ 💛 💙 💜 👉👉👉 http://tinyurl.com/jor7da7 ------------------------------------------------------------------- #3 Tupac Shakur's ashes were smoked (along with marijuana), by his friends. #4 Jousting is the state sport of Maryland. #5 Breathing through your nose, you always inhale more air from one nostril than the other. #6 It would take 1,200,000 mosquitoes, each sucking once, to completely drain the average human of blood. #7 Harry Truman didn't accept any sort of paycheck once he left office. #8 By the age of 12, Andre the Giant could not fit on a school bus. #9 When George Washington died, Napoleon ordered 10 days of mourning in France #10 Neil Armstrong carried a piece of the Wright Brother's first airplane when he walked on the moon. #11 Lichtenberg figures can appear on someone’s body after being struck by lightening. #12 The smell of a fart is good for your health and can help prevent cancer and strokes. #13 James Harrison got a blood transfusion at age 13 and therefore vowed to donate blood as an adult. #14 One researcher found that the Mona Lisa actually did have eyelashes and eyebrows. #15 Saudi Arabia imports many of its camels from Australia. #16 A full head of human hair is strong enough to support 12 tons of weight. #17 The full-length national anthem of Greece has 158 verses. #18 According to Conneticutt state law, a pickle has to bounce in order to qualify as a pickle. #19 Most of the time, cats only meow to communicate with humans - not other cats. #20 Kangaroos can't jump backwards. #21 Dolphins are known for coercive sex: Sometimes, they even sexually assault humans swimming near them. #22 Dalmatians are generally born white, without spots. #23 The woodpecker's tongue folds around its brain when it's at rest. #24 Blue whales are the largest animals on the planet - and have been throughout history. #25 Male capuchin monkeys urinate on themselves to attract mates. Hope you like my video, please give valuable comment and don't forget to share this video after watching also subscribe for more future videos, Thank You ------------------------------------------------------------------ Read More: 👉👉👉 http://tinyurl.com/hkg2tm9 Facebook: 👉👉👉 http://tinyurl.com/ja9hwb9 Subscribe: 👉👉👉 http://tinyurl.com/jor7da7 -------------------------------------------------------------------
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Narayanan Krishnan -- The Selfless Hero Helping India's Helpless
Read More: http://www.GistOnThis.com Hero is a very strong word, but it fits 34-year-old Narayanan Krishnan perfectly. During the last 12 years, he has served over 1.5 million meals to India's homeless, mostly people abandoned by their families, either suffering from mental conditions or too old to care for themselves. Back in 2002, young Narayanan Krishnan was already an award-winning chef working in a high-class restaurant for the prestigious Taj Hotels, and close to securing a job with another 5-star hotel, in Switzerland. Just before heading off to Europe, he traveled to his home town of Madurai, to visit his parents, where witnessed a scene that changed the course of his life forever. "I saw a very old man eating his own human waste for food," Krishnan told CNN. "It really hurt me so much. I was literally shocked for a second. After that, I started feeding that man and decided this is what I should do the rest of my lifetime." Although he was a Brahmin -- an upper class Hindu -- destined for a successful career as a chef, Narayanan decided to give it all up and dedicate his life to helping those who couldn't help themselves. Shaken by the scene he has witnessed in Madurai, he quit his job within a week, convinced his destiny wasn't to cook elaborate dishes for the rich and famous, but provide sustenance to those who needed it most. "That night I thought, what am I doing? I am selling a plate of fried rice for ten dollars in my hotel where people come and have food for fantasy, fun, joy and recreation. Not for hunger. They eat only half portion of it and leave half of in the plate. It was a spark, a very powerful spark that I had," the young chef said about the event that made him what he is today. By 2003, Narayanan Krishnan had founded Akshaya Trust, a nonprofit through which he has already served over one and a half million meals to India's homeless. The name of his organization is Sanskrit for "undecaying" or "imperishable", and was chosen to signify that human compassion should never decay or perish. Also, according to Hindu mythology, the Goddess Annapoorani used her Akshaya bowl to feed the hungry, without it ever depleting. Krishnan's day begins at 4 am, every morning, as he and his team cover 125 miles in a donated van, scouring every nook and cranny of Madurai in search of homeless people in need of a hot meal. The dishes he prepares consist of simple, vegetarian food he cooks, packs and oftentimes hand-feeds himself to over 400 "clients" per day. He is frequently forced to work in temperatures of over 100 degrees Fahrenheit, and deal with hostile and paranoid people suffering from mental illnesses, but these difficult conditions only strengthen his resolve. "The panic, suffering of the human hunger is the driving force of me and my team members of Akshaya," Narayanan says. "I get this energy from the people. The food which I cook ... the enjoyment which they get is the energy. I see the soul. I want to save my people." Apart from food, he also carries a comb, scissors and razor, and is trained in eight different haircut styles to give his clients that extra bit of dignity they so desperately need. Providing food for hundreds of people every day costs money, and according to a 2010 report by CNN, the sponsored donations received by Akshaya Trust only cover 22 days out of the month. The rest he subsidizes himself with the monthly rent he receives for a house his grandfather gave him. That leaves him with virtually nothing for himself, but luckily he can still rely on his once unsupportive parents for help. "They had a lot of pain because they had spent a lot on my education," he said. "I asked my mother, 'Please come with me, see what I am doing.' After coming back home, my mother said, 'You feed all those people, the rest of the lifetime I am there, I will feed you.' I'm living for Akshaya. My parents are taking care of me." "I used to think everything is alike -- beggars... mentally ill... so I used to think everyone alike but he taught me the difference" Narayanan Lakshmi, Krishnan's mother, told ABC News. I was not a teacher, he was a teacher to me. People used to ask me, how did you brought up your... I didn't bring up my child. He only brought up me. (laughing) That is the irony". In 2010, Narayanan Krishnan made the CNN Heroes 2010 list, a distinction that made his story known to the whole world, and helped raise awareness to India's homeless problem.
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10 People with Unique Skin Color You Won't Believe
Khoudia Diop is a 19-year-old from Senegal who has faced bullying throughout her life simply because of the color of her skin. But that hasn't stopped her, and she began working with The Coloured Girl, Inc., a group that promotes self-love and celebrates women of all backgrounds. Since then, Khoudia, who started modeling when she was 17, has won the hearts of many, which earned her a following of over 235,000 people on Instagram. She's also inspiring people to embrace their differences: “If you're lucky enough to be different, don't ever change.” ❤️ 💛 💙 💜 SUBSCRIBE to the Nollygrio network: ❤️ 💛 💙 💜 👉👉👉 http://tinyurl.com/jor7da7 ------------------------------------------------------------------- Hope you like my video, please give valuable comment and don't forget to share this video after watching also subscribe for more future videos, Thank You ------------------------------------------------------------------ Read More: 👉👉👉 http://tinyurl.com/hkg2tm9 Facebook: 👉👉👉 http://tinyurl.com/ja9hwb9 Subscribe: 👉👉👉 http://tinyurl.com/jor7da7 -------------------------------------------------------------------
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A Feast for the Eyes -- The Beautiful Glass Gem Corn
Read More: http://www.GistOnThis.com Few cereals can be described as stunningly beautiful, but the multi-colored Glass Gem Corn is definitely one of these rare exceptions. Also known as Rainbow Corn, these unique strain of corn features kernels of many different colors that sparkle like tiny pieces of blown glass. The story of Glass Gem corn began with Carl Barnes, a part-Cherokee farmer from Oklahoma who noticed that every once in a while some of his corn cobs had strangely-colored kernels, and dedicated his life to creating the agricultural wonder you see below. Nobody knows exactly how many years Barnes spent worked on the unique cereal, how many successive seasons he carefully chose, saved, and replanted these special seeds, but one thing is for sure -- his painstaking efforts had a truly mind-blowing result, a new breed of corn that most people consider a work of art rather than a cereal. Before he died, Barnes, passed on his precious collection of Glass Gem Corn to Greg Schoen, a fellow corn breeder, entrusting him with a very important mission -- to make sure his amazing discovery was not lost. Carl's protégé stayed true to his promise to safeguard the stunning corn breed and eventually passed on several unique corn varieties to fellow seedsman Bill McDorman, who owned Seed Trust, a small seed company in Arizona. He had never seen the actual corn cob, but curious about the odd name of the breed, he planted a few seeds just to see what it looked like. "I was blown away," the farmer remembers. "No one had ever seen corn like this before." Mr McDorman is now head of Native Seeds/SEARCH, a non-profit organisation which tries to preserve the agricultural heritage of Native Americans, including Glass Gem Corn. Native Seeds/SEARCH sells Glass Gem Corn seeds through their website, but ever since word about its uniqueness spread through the internet, the variety is constantly sold out. When the first photos of this stunningly beautiful corn variety went viral, the demand was so great that the organization's website went down from the sudden increase in traffic. You can Glass Gem Corn seeds for $7.95 per packet and use it to make popcorn or flour, but it also makes an impressive gift or souvenir.
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Why I Boarded the Train With ‘Ordinary People’ – Mercy Johnson Okojie
So many people have been blasting Mercy Johnson for taking a public train well Here is a press release explaining why Mercy Johnson boarded a train on March 2nd. My picture and that of my daughter, Purity in a Lagos train has surfaced online and quite a number of people have asked me what I was doing in a train and in Lagos for that matter; not Paris or London. I was around Iddo at Ebute Metta when my Range Rover developed a mechanical fault and I had to make a very important appointment in Ikeja regardless of the usual traffic congestion in Lagos. Luckily, a member of my management team was around, he suggested a train ride and we were in Ikeja in less than 30 minutes but that is not the crux of this statement. Like I mentioned earlier, I have had to answer questions in private and public as to why I would board a train because trains in Nigeria are considered a means of transportation for the ordinary and not-so-rich people. A friend called and said I just devalued my brand by being on the train with ordinary people. I couldn’t help but laugh. Are we extra ordinary people because we are celebrities? In as much as I understand the concept of branding, packaging and exclusiveness, I will never trade the experience to sit, interact and feel the pulse of so-called ordinary people. By the way, I am part of the ordinary people. I grew up as an ordinary person among ordinary people. Why would I avoid them now? Would that be because I am now famous? Without these ordinary people, how would I have been famous in the first place? Without the so called ordinary people, where would Nigeria’s growing population of so-called well packaged celebrities be today? For the purpose of clarification, I was not on that train due to lack of money to get a well packaged cab or to get somebody to bring another car from the house but, my car developed an unforeseen fault and I needed a fast , reliable and convenient alternative immediately as there was urgent business to be attended to and I respect time a lot. The train was available where I was; most importantly, I did not want to turn down the opportunity to be with the people who would ordinarily not have access to me so I grabbed the opportunity with both hands and here we are. I want to thank my co-passengers, officials of the train for treating me with absolute respect and courtesy, I am indeed, very grateful…
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Mercy Johnson Travels To London To Give Birth To Second Child
Read More: http://www.GistOnThis.com Pregnancy is a joyous experience for most women. It creates a connection and strong bond between the expecting mother and her unborn baby which continues to leave forever. Two days ago, Mercy Johnson shared pictures of her baby bump as she's currently expecting baby number 2. Well, she's now in London and has released more pictures from her recent trip to the hospital to do a routine prenatal checkup. She's obviously happy expecting her new baby as Purity may soon get a brother or sister. Mercy Johnson gave birth to Purity in America so giving birth to baby number in London is surely a good idea.
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Would You Let This Incredibly Talented Tattoo Artist Permanently Ink You Freehand
Read More: http://www.GistOnThis.com Jay Freestyle, a South African tattoo artist based in Amsterdam, creates incredible, ethereal tattoos. And here's the surprising bit -- he works without a plan. It's impossible to tell by looking at his work, but the 29-year-old inks freehand, making it all up as he goes. He works with only one motto: "Give me a piece of your skin and I'll give you a piece of my soul." It doesn't matter how many ideas you have in your head about your tattoo before you visit Jay. Once you speak to him and realize what he can do, you're just going to turn around and say 'Go for it, I trust you blindly'. So far, he has never disappointed a single client. Jay, who grew up in a conservative Chinese family in Johannesburg, moved to Amsterdam over 10 years ago. He has been living and working there ever since, but he's also traveled widely, using his experiences to refine his tattoing skills. He taught himself the art of inking by observing the works of top artists from around the world. That's why his technique and style are so unconventional. Because of the spontaneity of his work, each one of Jay's tattoos is unique. Before taking a chance on his inspiration and doing freehand tattoos, Jay says he was perceived as a broadly skilled tattoo artist. But now he's working on narrowing down his focus and developing his own personal trademark -- to use a simple image and bring it to life through an abstract inking style. His work is largely inspired by traditional painting techniques such as watercolor and liquid ink, to which he brings modern, graphic elements. "Most describe my style as watercolor, and it definitely holds elements of such, but personally it is more," he said. "I prefer to combine various styles, such as geometrical shapes and pointillism, while at the same time mixing realism with abstract, but at the end it all depends on the client." Since Jay's style of inking is so unique and specific, he realizes that it might not be for everyone. "Usually, from the first couple of minutes of talking to someone, I can see if they want 'my style' or if they want me to do something realistic or traditional," said Jay. "Normally when I'm abroad people ask much more for my style; whereas here in the Netherlands most know me for a variety of styles I've developed and done over the past years -- Japanese, Black and Gray, Realism, Neo-Traditional -- you name it." Whatever the style, there's only one way to get tattooed by Jay -- without a clue as to how it will turn out. Would you be willing to take the risk?
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Guy Wins $40 Million Lottery Jackpot, Gives It ALL Away
Read More: http://www.GistOnThis.com A man from Calgary, Canada, who won the jackpot of $40 million in a lottery, has decided to give away all his winnings. After keeping the news secret from his children for several months, he finally decided to break his silence. Thankfully, his kids are supportive of his decision. Tom Crist, a widower of two years, won the Lotto Max jackpot this year in May. He retired in September, and he says he had always known what he was going to do with the money. "I was fortunate enough in my career to set myself up and my kids anyway," he said. "There was no doubt in my mind where that money was going to go." Crist's lost his wife, Jan, to lung cancer in 2012. "She was fairly young and stuff," he said. "She beat it for six years before it finally caught up to her." Jan was 57 years old when she died. So Crist is definitely going to give a part of his winnings to the Tom Baker Cancer Center, because they had treated his wife. But he is still undecided about where the rest of the money will go. "It's just going to unfold next year, so we'll decide as a family what we're going to do and how we're going to do it," Crist said. "The nice part is you can keep donating for years and years. It'll be in my family trust and we'll just carry on." Another charity under consideration is the Canadian Cancer Society. Crist is a regular player of Lotto Max and Lotto 6/49, both conducted by Western Canada Lottery Corp. He has been playing for years by subscription, which means that his numbers are checked automatically by the company after each draw. In the past, he has won up to $20, but this prize is something he never expected. When he received the call informing him about winning the largest lotto prize in Calgary, Crist was playing golf in California. "I wasn't even sure which game I'd won, or what the numbers were," he said. "I've paid for the subscription when I get the renewal notice every year, and then I just file it." "As soon as I hung up from my cellphone call from Western Canada Lottery, I never thought about it," said Crist, retired CEO and president of electronics company EECOL. "I've kept it a secret, even my kids didn't know until today," he said on Monday. "I've been fortunate enough, through my career, 44 years with a company. I did very well for myself. I've done enough that I can look after myself, for my kids, so they can get looked after into the future. I don't really need that money," he said. When asked why Crist didn't tell his children about the lottery and the plans sooner, he said he felt reluctant. "I just didn't know how to deal with it. I was hoping that I could just somehow move it into, you know, from the lotto corporation into my trust account and not have the media." "But when you buy a ticket you're subject to the rules of the lottery and that's a picture and a notification -- especially if it's a big win," said Crist. For now, Crist will be on an extended holiday in Southeast Asia. But when he's back next year, he will start his donations with Tom Baker Center and set up something in the memory of his wife Jan.
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Chika Ike dismisses reports that she suffered accident and lost her legs
The talented actress has picked up on a new exercise. This is in response to reports that she had suffered an accident which wasn’t true, and also as a means to keep fit: “My tennis lessons starts today! Serena Williams WATCH OUT! I’m coming for your GOLD! Lol. on the other note, I heard some people have been peddling rumors that I had an accident and lost my legs! Please ignore it, as you can see I’m fit and ready to kick Serena’s butts.”
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Creepy Allegedly Possessed Doll Terrorizes Singapore Residents
Read More: http://www.GistOnThis.com Singapore is a rather peaceful place in general, but a recent development is actually scaring the living daylights out of residents. It all started when someone discovered an abandoned doll on the side of a busy street. If you've watched your share of horror flicks, you probably know exactly how scary dolls can be. The particular doll is as creepy as they come -- you only need to take one look at its picture to realize something's not right about it. It was found clad in a very shabby-looking stained lace dress, with an equally filthy face that was blindfolded. The cloth covering its eyes had Arabic writing on it, which translates to 'bismillah', or 'in the name of Allah'. Rumor has it that the blindfold keeps the devil inside the doll in check; if you undo it, you invoke the curse and the doll will follow you home. Pictures of the doll with and without the blindfold were posted on Reddit, and the story soon became an internet sensation. According to the post that accompanied the pictures, the doll is possessed -- it can move on its own, and is sometimes heard talking in a woman's voice. "Some say that the doll can be heard talking when it's left alone in a room and is found with its head turned in a different direction. It is said that it spoke in a Malay language and it sounded like an adult female." "Original owner found that the only way to get rid of it and make sure it won't come back is to cover its eyesight," the Reddit poster wrote. "The curse is rumored to have passed on to someone else who found it and untied the cloth unknowingly. Turns out the Arabic thing meant 'bismillah'. I think it's to trap whatever jinn or curse is inside from coming out or following the owner back home. Others speculate it is a product of black magic." Reddit users have reacted to the post in a variety of ways -- some are cynical while others are offering advice on how to destroy the doll. "Burn the F*****G doll," wrote one user. Another suggested an alternative method to get rid of it: "Here's what you do, you pour liquid nitrogen on it, run it over with a massive tractor. If it's still not dead, you glue it with industrial glue into a steel box and bury that shit under a quarry." After extreme reactions started to pour in, the original poster edited his message with a disclaimer: "Nothing here should be taken seriously as I don't have any valid or scientific proof of it. It was all rumors by words of mouth and on the internet. I'm just sharing it." The dolls whereabouts are currently unknown, it has been reported missing ever since the pictures came out. A few bizarre incidents were linked to the disappearance of the doll -- a freaky suicide and a murder case -- but most Singaporeans believe that they might just be a coincidence.
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Jim Iyke Releases Statement About His Relationship With Nadia Buari
Read More: http://www.GistOnThis.com Last week, Ghanaian journalist Vincent broke the story about the celebrity breakup: "It took me quite a long time to buy into the speculation that Nadia Buari and Jim Iyke were not only banging mates, but were truly in a relationship. Even when my sources close to Nadia Buari confirmed to me that she was in a real relationship with Jim Iyke, I just couldn't bring myself to accept this—and always wondered how Nadia Buari was going to handle Jim Iyke's temper. I only truly accepted that their relationship was real when my sources at a hotel they both stayed in at East Legon (a place I've stayed before) also mentioned that, Jim and Nadia were hiding there in one room—splashing what seems like love all over the place...But that was then! For those who said the Nadia Buari and Jim Iyke's relationship was not going to last, I am somehow sorry to say; you were RIGHT. Nadia Buari has ended her relationship with Jim Iyke, citing his bad temper as the main reason. According to our sources close to Nadia Buari, even though the actress tried to cope and handle Jim Iyke's temper, she felt like she cannot change Jim and there was no point in hanging in there. In fact, our sources mentioned that, Nadia Buari had more arguments and fights with Jim Iyke than any sort of decent conversation... "The relationship has ended and if you see them together again, then they are trying hard to play the media. She just can't take his temper anymore so she has ended it. It is not worth it for her and all that she thought Jim could do for her career did not also materialize" one of our sources said. We are happy that this disproportionate relationship with no sense of direction has come to an end. At least, Nadia Buari can sit down and focus on her career, until she finally meets a man who will treat her like the queen that she is—or else, before she knows, she will be 'Solanging' Jim over his temper..." Then we got further information from musician Emma Agu that revealed that Jim Iyke is cheating on Nadia with his former girlfriend Keturah. Today, Jim Iyke's representative released this statement denying the story: "I can assure you that whatever you may have heard regarding the 'misunderstanding' between Jim and Nadia is pure speculation. Nonetheless, it is normal for lovers to disagree with each other occasionally or they wouldn't be human beings. We are aware of the false rumor about Jim and Nadia's breakup. We have decided to ignore it because it is unfounded. Jim and Nadia have not broken up, as claimed by Emma. That guy is a frustrated musician and blogger whose stock -- in -- trade is blackmail. All he does is to meddle in other people's business. And if he does not have his way, he goes into a tantrum and fabricates stories. We will act when we deem fit. He can keep on ranting for now".
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Woman Has Live Parasites 'Wriggling Around' in Her Blood - Tahlia Smith (Lyme disease)
READ MORE: http://nollygrio.com/?p=1105 Doctors have found live parasites in the blood of a woman suffering from Lyme disease. Lyme disease is caused by the Borrelia bacterium which is transmitted through the bite of an infected tick. Tahlia Smith, 21, was bitten when she was in the US for a performing arts trip. She was diagnosed with the disease, and the co-infections babesia and bartonella, in January this year. Her symptoms have included a swollen spinal cord, leg tremours, nausea, headaches, joint pain and fevers, sensitivity to noise and debilitating seizures. On her Facebook page, Tahlia's father Brett updated followers about the gruesome discovery that 'showed live active Spirochetes which is the Lyme Disease itself wiggling around everywhere' in his daughter's blood. Tahlia is undergoing controversial medical treatment in Germany in an attempt to cure her of the debilitating condition. Her mother, Lea, told The Sydney Morning Herald the treatment involved heating Tahlia's body up to 42 degrees to kill the borrelia bacterium in her blood. Mr Smith said a drop of Tahlia's blood before treatment showed 'live active Spirochetes' when placed under a microscope. 'I have never seen anything like it ... this was done four hours after that blood was taken and they were still active,' he wrote on Facebook. On the first day of her treatment Tahlia underwent blood filtration, and Mr Smith said the process removed 'all this yellow liquid in various shades' from her blood. The treatment has left Tahlia exhausted. According to her parents: 'All of this has left Tahl's feeling extremely sick, again sore and sorry and drained. But three days in to treatment, we have seen a change in Tahlia's blood which is 'a lot clearer and clean'. If this treatment results in helping someone else then it's worth it.'
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Nigerian Woman Who Treated Bobbi Kristina Arrested For Impersonating A Nurse - Taiwo Sobamowo
READ MORE: http://nollygrio.com/?p=584 32 year old Nigerian woman Taiwo Sobamowo was arrested on November 1st in North Carolina for impersonating a nurse. She was one of the nurses who treated a comatose Bobbi Kristina Brown in the last month of her life and they just discovered that Taiwo wasn't a medical professional at all. Authorities say Sobamowo used the identity number of an actual nurse with a similar name in order to get a job at Peachtree Christian Hospice in Duluth, Georgia, where Brown died this past July. Arresting papers list her as the person in charge for Brown's care. Authorities have not said whether Brown's livelihood was impacted by Sobamowo's lack of training. Investigators told Fox 5 Atlanta that they don't believe Sobamowo was trying to get close to the Brown family, since she is suspected of having pulled this con before at other medical centers. However, there was a controversy when photos leaked of Bobbi Kristina on her death bed, and the person behind those private pictures has never been identified. Sobamowo is also facing charges of forgery and identity theft, and the George Board of Nursing is reportedly looking into how she got away with passing herself off as a licensed medical professional. Authorities reportedly started investigating Sobawowo in September, after receiving a tip. Fox 5 reports that Sobamowo recently fled Georgia, but authorities were able to track her down to North Carolina where she was arrested on Sunday. She is suspected of carrying off a similar con in the Washington, DC area. Homestead Hospice and Palliative Care, the company which contracts nurses to work for Peachtree Christian, told Fox 5 that they were 'shocked and dismayed that she had issued with her licensing' The company said Sobamowo was fired immediately after they found out about the con.
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RIP! Late Singer, Kefee: Her Amazing Life In Lovely Photos!
Read More: http://www.GistOnThis.com The memories of late Gospel singer Kefee Obareki Don-Momoh aka Branama Queen will linger in the minds of her family members, and numerous friends, fans, and well-wishers. Her death was announced on Friday, 13th June 2014.
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